Germany’s Mittelstand are hardly prepared for Brexit
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Germany’s Mittelstand are hardly prepared for Brexit

GERMANYS MID-SIZED manufacturers, collectively known as the Mittelstand, form the backbone of the worlds fourth-largest economy. The fifth-biggest export market for their precision-engineered machinery and components is Britain, especially…

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Jacob Rees-Mogg’s sister to stand for Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party in EU elections
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Jacob Rees-Mogg’s sister to stand for Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party in EU elections

Jacob Rees-Moggs sister is to stand as a candidate for Nigel Farages new Brexit Party in the forthcoming European elections, it has emerged. Annunziata Rees-Mogg, a journalist and former…

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May and Corbyn edge closer to a Brexit compromise
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May and Corbyn edge closer to a Brexit compromise

Are May and Corbyn edging closer to a Brexit compromise? PM says pair have 'more agreement in relation to customs union' after Commons meetingTalks between the two party…

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EU stands together to avoid no-deal Brexit, German minister says
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EU stands together to avoid no-deal Brexit, German minister says

FILE PHOTO - German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier attends the weekly cabinet meeting in Berlin, Germany, April 10, 2019. REUTERS/Hannibal HanschkeBERLIN (Reuters) - The latest European Union decision…

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Politics news – live: Theresa May faces pressure from new Brexit Party and attack from Julian Assange’s mother over ‘thuggish, brutal, unlawful’ arrest
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Politics news – live: Theresa May faces pressure from new Brexit Party and attack from Julian Assange’s mother over ‘thuggish, brutal, unlawful’ arrest

Julian Assanges mother has accused Theresa May of using her sons arrest as a distraction from the PMs Brexit dogs breakfast, after the Wikileaks founder was forcibly removed…

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Macron tests German patience in split over Brexit delay
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Macron tests German patience in split over Brexit delay

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The ‘De Gaulle moment’ that many had speculated about before Wednesday night’s Brexit summit did not come, but President Emmanuel Macron still lived up to…

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Brexit: Theresa May hopes for final shot at forcing withdrawal deal through parliament before Euro elections
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Brexit: Theresa May hopes for final shot at forcing withdrawal deal through parliament before Euro elections

Theresa May has paved the way for a final shot at pushing a Brexit deal through the House of Commons ahead of European elections in May. The prime…

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UK PM May and opposition Labour leader held talks on breaking Brexit deadlock
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UK PM May and opposition Labour leader held talks on breaking Brexit deadlock

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May and opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn held talks in parliament on Thursday aimed at finding a way out the Brexit…

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What happens after October 31? Some in EU already imagine another Brexit delay
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What happens after October 31? Some in EU already imagine another Brexit delay

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The ink was not yet dry on EU leaders’ deal to give Britain a hard-fought, second delay to Brexit until November when some diplomats and…

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UK PM May defends Brexit delay, critic asks her to resign
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UK PM May defends Brexit delay, critic asks her to resign

British Prime Minister Theresa May holds a news conference following an extraordinary European Union leaders summit to discuss Brexit, in Brussels, Belgium April 11, 2019. REUTERS/Yves Herman LONDON…

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MPs cheer as they are given a 12-day Easter holiday after Brexit delay
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MPs cheer as they are given a 12-day Easter holiday after Brexit delay

MPs cheer as their 12-day Easter holiday is reinstalled... hours after Donald Tusk tells them not to 'waste' the Brexit delay and find a solutionMPs have been told…

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Photos reveal strain of Theresa May after three years of Brexit
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Photos reveal strain of Theresa May after three years of Brexit

The toll of Brexit: Photos reveal strain Theresa May has been put under after three years of trying and failing to get a deal done to leave the…

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NHS will stop serving WEETABIX in UK hospitals after Brexit price rise
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NHS will stop serving WEETABIX in UK hospitals after Brexit price rise

NHS will stop serving Weetabix and Bran Flakes in UK hospitals after Brexit price rise forces health chiefs to cancel contractEXCLUSIVE: The NHS Supply Chain team sent out…

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With Halloween the new Brexit deadline, UK lawmakers head off on holiday
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With Halloween the new Brexit deadline, UK lawmakers head off on holiday

LONDON (Reuters) - After the European Union agreed to delay Brexit by six months to end-October, European Council President Donald Tusk pleaded with Britain: “don’t waste this time”.…

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Europe’s small open countries brace for Brexit
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Europe’s small open countries brace for Brexit

NEARLY 3,400 lorries are ferried between Rotterdams port and Britain every day. They roll on and off the boats, carrying much of the 54m tonnes of goods that…

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Theresa May disowned hardline Tory Brexiteers in meeting with EU leaders at summit
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Theresa May disowned hardline Tory Brexiteers in meeting with EU leaders at summit

Theresa May disowned hardline Tory eurosceptics at a closed meeting of EU leaders in Brussels in her bid to win a further delay to Brexit. The prime minister…

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