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UK, EU ready for the 2nd round of talks on Brexit – EC

The UK and the European Union have reached a compromise within the first phase of the Brexit talks and are ready to move on to the second stage of preparing for the withdrawal of Britain from the EU , Jean-Claude Juncker, the head of...

UK will pay the EU 35-39 billion pounds in the Brexit

Great Britain will pay the EU 35-39 billion pounds (40-45 billion euros) as a financial settlement within Brexit, Sky News reports with reference to the official representative of the British government. "We expect the range to be 35-39 billion pounds sterling, which we consider as...

Britain will pay up to 45 billion euros for withdrawing from the EU

Britain will pay EU 35-39 billion pounds (40-45 billion euros) as a financial settlement within Brexit, Sky News reported on Friday with reference to the official representative of the British government. "We expect the range to be 35-39 billion pounds sterling, which we consider as...

UK and EU agreed on the transition to the second round of talks on Brexit

The United Kingdom and the European Union have reached a compromise in the first phase of negotiations on Brexit and are ready to move to the second stage of preparing for the withdrawal of Britain from the EU. The head of the European Commission Jean-Claude...

UK, EU reach Brexit divorce deal: EU commission

The European Commission believes that in the last week significant progress has been made. The United Kingdom and the European Union have reached a compromise in the first phase of negotiations on Brexit and are ready to move to the second stage of preparing for...

The British government did not assess the sectoral consequences of Brexit – Minister Davis

The UK government did not conduct an impact assessment of the country's exit from the European Union (Brexit) for certain sectors of the economy, Brexit's Minister for Affairs David Davis said, speaking in the House of Commons of the British Parliament. According to him, the...

The first stage of negotiations on the exit of Britain from the EU will soon be completed – Davis

Britain will soon reach an agreement within the first stage of negotiations on the country's withdrawal from the EU, British Brexit Minister for Affairs David Davis said, speaking in the House of Commons of the British Parliament. "We have been negotiating in Brussels for the...

Britain will make concessions on the border with Ireland after Brexit

The British government made concessions to the Republic of Ireland on the border with Northern Ireland after Brexit , the website of the Irish television and radio company Rtek, referring to the draft joint statement of the European Commission and the British authorities. The proposal,...

EU and the UK will continue consultations on Brexit

The EU and the UK did not reach a final agreement on Brexit. Negotiations will continue this week and will end before the summit of the European Council on December 15. "It was not possible to reach a full-fledged agreement," European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker...

EU, Britain did not agree on Brexit: Juncker

Head of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker said that the European Union and the UK did not reach the final agreement on Brexit. As informs AFP, Junker has declared about impossibility to reach the full agreement on Brexit. "Despite our efforts and significant progress, which we...

No Brexit deal has been reached in Brussels

Great Britain and the European Union have failed to fully agree a deal on Brexit, the BBC Europe editor said on Monday, ar cited by Reuters. Head of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker said that the European Union and the UK did not reach the...

United Kingdom, Ireland agree on Brexit border

United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May stated on Monday that "good progress is being made in Brexit talks," but she also pointed out that "more needs to be agreed." May's statement came ahead of her meetings with President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker and...

Brexit: Divorce at 60 billion

The United Kingdom and the European Union reached an agreement on the amount of payments that London will have to pay for the withdrawal of the kingdom from the European community in March 2019. According to the newspaper Telegraf, which refers to sources in the...

Britain agreed to pay for withdrawing from the EU

According to the Daily Telegraph, the British authorities are ready to pay to the European Union budget the amount of "from 45 to 55 billion euros" to repay the obligations to the EU. With reference to unnamed sources, "from both sides of the talks," the...

Britain will pay up to € 65 billion for Brexit

The UK can pay up to £ 58bn (€ 65bn) for Brexit because of EU pressure, which led to the adoption of a bill on the withdrawal of the kingdom from the European Union. This is reported by The Guardian. A senior EU source told...

EU, UK agree on Brexit bill

British and European negotiators reached an agreement to pay between 45 billion and 55 billion euros (53-63 billion dollars), the Daily Telegraph reported Tuesday. The newspaper quoted two sources as saying the two sides reached an agreement in Brussels last week, but details are still...

Facebook, Twitter will help Britain investigate Russian ‘interference’ in Brexit

Facebook and Twitter intend to support the British government in the investigation of the so-called Russian interference in the 2016 referendum on the withdrawal of the UK from the EU, reports Sky News. According to the television channel, the companies received requests from the British...

Dear Brexit: Britain flew out of the top 5 economies of the world

It happens that the entrance is paid, and the output is even more expensive. It's the same with Brexit. And Britain has not left the European Union yet, but the list of the strongest economies has already left. And this, apparently, is only an...

European banks withdrew 350 billion euros from Britain due to Brexit

European banks withdrew from the UK assets worth 350 billion euros since June 2016, when the referendum on the withdrawal of the country from the EU was held, until June 2017, writes the Financial Times referring to the official statistics of the European Union. The...

British media linked Brexit talks with Gazprom

The British newspaper Mail on Sunday claims that a number of British ministers sent Prime Minister Theresa May an ultimatum about the Brexit talks, which was assisted by Schenker Singham, a senior official at the analytical center of the Legatum Institute, founded by a...

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