German village could become EU’s geographic midpoint post-Brexit
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German village could become EU’s geographic midpoint post-Brexit

BERLIN (Reuters) - With the clock ticking down to Brexit, a tiny German village is preparing to take center stage as it becomes the new geographical center of…

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Theresa May could remain prime minister until new Brexit deadline in October, hints Philip Hammond
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Theresa May could remain prime minister until new Brexit deadline in October, hints Philip Hammond

Chancellor Philip Hammond has hinted Theresa May could remain in office until October - the new deadline for negotiations over Brexit to conclude. Despite dozens of the prime minister's own…

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UK parliament very likely to consider new Brexit referendum: Hammond
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UK parliament very likely to consider new Brexit referendum: Hammond

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The idea of a second Brexit referendum is very likely to be put before Britain’s parliament again although the government remains opposed to any new…

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Highlights: UK’s Hammond talks about Brexit, the BoE and PM May’s successor
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Highlights: UK’s Hammond talks about Brexit, the BoE and PM May’s successor

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - British finance minister Philip Hammond said on Friday it was very likely that the idea of a second Brexit referendum would be put to parliament…

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Brexit black hole: Divorce implosion, deal, or election?
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Brexit black hole: Divorce implosion, deal, or election?

LONDON (Reuters) - The United Kingdom now has until Oct. 31 to leave the European Union but the British political elite is still squabbling over how, when or…

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Labour sends John McDonnell into cross-party Brexit talks
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Labour sends John McDonnell into cross-party Brexit talks

Chancellor insists a Brexit deal CAN be done within weeks to ensure any MEPs elected on May 23 never have to take their seats as John McDonnell leads…

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Brexit: Second referendum vote ‘very likely’, Philip Hammond says
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Brexit: Second referendum vote ‘very likely’, Philip Hammond says

A second referendum on Brexit is very likely to be put before parliament, Philip Hammond has said. Speaking in Washington on Friday, the chancellor said a fresh public…

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Labour sends John McDonnell into cross-party Brexit talks
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Labour sends John McDonnell into cross-party Brexit talks

Chancellor insists a Brexit deal CAN be done within weeks to ensure any MEPs elected on May 23 never have to take their seats as John McDonnell leads…

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Nigel Farage launches Brexit Party
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Nigel Farage launches Brexit Party

Nigel Farage launches Brexit Party ahead of European elections 12 April 2019 Share Share this with These are external links and will open in a new window https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-47907350…

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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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