British and EU officials were to resume talks to clinch a Brexit deal on Wednesday just a few hours after late-night negotiations wound up, but it was far from clear they would reach an agreement before a leaders’ summit on Thursday.
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay suggested on Sunday that Britain is open to compromise with the EU over new UK proposals for Northern Ireland, but urged Brussels to show “creativity and flexibility.”
That, Brexit talks are now reaching a critical moment, is across all news channels. But, seriously, isn’t Britain itself poised at a critical moment in time? (“Britain asked to stop playing ‘stupid’ Brexit blame game,” Oct.9, Gulf Today).
Could Boris Johnson conclude that it was in his interests to go for a Final Say vote? Listen to what he says and that would seem impossible. The prime minister is determined to leave the EU
The European Union rejected a British government request to allow Brexit talks to run through weekend, The Times newspaper reported bit on Saturday.
The clinching of a new deal by the European Union (EU) and the British government setting the terms of Britain’s exit from the bloc does come as pleasant news, but major hurdles remain. The deal is certainly a personal victory
Another Brexit deal with Brussels, this time by the ‘do or die’ famed Johnson. But a Super Saturday awaits, before its fate is decided. The withdrawal agreement by his predecessor Theresa May
Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay reiterated that the ideas formally submitted to Brussels this week were "a broad landing zone" to be discussed during "intense negotiations in the coming days."
As a British person living in Spain, I went through the expected post-referendum shock as I realised my suddenly precarious position in the EU. At first, I thought the worst-case scenario would be