BREXIT negotiator Guy Verhofstadt has delivered a furious ultimatum to Britain urging them to âdeliver on their promiseâ over the free movement of EU citizens.
It is seen in Britain as a mere talking shop. The European Parliament usually makes UK news bulletins only when Nigel Farage hurls insults, Ukip MEPs literally fight among themselves or there’s another row about the Parliament’s costly travelling circus between Brussels and Strasbourg.
In Europe’s major capitals, the race is on to scoop up the windfall from Britainâs decision to leave the European Union, and Paris is actively showering Brexit-wary businesses in London with promises to lure them across the Channel
Britain’s decision to make a clean break from the EU was an opportunity to reform Europe and avoid a further breakdown in ties between its remaining member states,the European Union Parliament’s chief Brexit negotiator said on Monday.
Goldman Sachs is considering moving half of its London-based jobs to Frankfurt and other financial centres because of concerns over Brexit, German newspaper Handelsblatt has reported.
Germany’s Die Welt newspaper has accused Theresa May of “leading Great Britain into isolation” with her plan for a hard Brexit, as newspapers across continental Europe reacted very differently to those in the UK.
Jeremy Corbyn has warned Philip Hammond risks igniting a “trade war” with Europe over his strategy for Britain’s exit from the European Union.
The European Union could impose taxes on citizens of member states under radical proposals announced yesterday to help make up a funding shortfall in the wake of Brexit.
Brexit will have “no impact” on the ability of UK architects and designers to pitch for public-sector commissions in Europe, according to the RIBA.