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BREXIT WARNING: UK gets TOUGH on Brussels as EU warned to prepare for RIOTS

Posted: August 6, 2018 at 10:13 pm   /   Entertainment

EUROPEAN farmers would “riot on the streets” if Brussels imposes trade barriers with Britain in a “no deal” Brexit, a senior Brexiteer said yesterday MONDAY as he insisted the EU would in the end act in its own producers’ interests. Daily Express :: News Feed

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EU WILL LOSE: Brussels forcing UK towards no deal Brexit at HUGE ECONOMIC cost to EU

Posted: August 5, 2018 at 10:18 pm   /   Top Stories

THE “LOSER” EU is on the verge of causing itself huge economic damage by forcing a “no deal” over Brexit which in turn could see Britain thrive. International trade secretary Liam Fox has said that a so-called “no deal” where Britain goes on to World Trade Organisation terms instead is now the most likely outcome. […]

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You ‘BREAK YOUR OWN RULES’ if you fail to compromise on Brexit – UK’s clear message to EU

Posted: August 5, 2018 at 10:13 pm   /   Entertainment

UK MINISTERS have sent an unequivocal message to EU bosses, warning Brussels they will be breaking their own rules if they refuse to come to a compromise in the Brexit negotiations. Daily Express :: News Feed

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Theresa May urged to take advantage of EU divisions to get ‘Brexit back on track’

Posted: August 4, 2018 at 10:18 pm   /   Top Stories

THERESA May should capitalise on cracks developing in the European Union’s stance on Brexit negotiations to drop the Chequers proposal, a former Brexit minister has said. The Prime Minister now has an opportunity to get the UK’s departure “back on track”, David Jones said. Daily Express :: News Feed

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‘Brexit would win AGAIN!’ – Top Labour politician ATTACKS calls for second EU referendum

Posted: August 4, 2018 at 10:13 pm   /   Entertainment

LABOUR Party politician and former Home Secretary David Blunkett has dramatically condemned calls for a second EU referendum, claiming “the majority would still vote to leave”, and saying the UK should invoke the “spirit of the past” to make Brexit a success. Daily Express :: News Feed

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Philip May in BLUNDER that risks UNDERMINING Theresa May’s Brexit negotiation with Macron

Posted: August 3, 2018 at 10:19 pm   /   Top Stories

PHILIP MAY yesterday risked a diplomatic blunder when he suggested a ceremonial cannon in the grounds of Emmanuel Macron’s Riviera retreat was there to “stop the English” during Theresa May’s visit to plead for a softer Brexit. Daily Express :: News Feed

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EU FARCE: Drug watchdog SNATCHED from London to lose 300 staff because of Brexit move

Posted: August 3, 2018 at 10:19 am   /   World

THE European Union’s drug watchdog is expecting to shed around 300 staff members when it relocates from London to Amsterdam after Brexit, which is just one of many hasty moves being made by EU agencies. Daily Express :: World Feed

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EU finally accepts BREXIT FUDGE is the answer to stop Britain heading for a ‘no deal’

Posted: August 1, 2018 at 10:19 pm   /   World

THE EUROPEAN Union is finally accepting Brussels needs to “fudge” crucial Brexit negotiations and offer the UK a vague blueprint for future ties with the bloc as tensions surrounding the divorce deal increase. Daily Express :: World Feed

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Brexit bonus! Brits MUST have own passport lanes at airports after we quit EU insists May

Posted: July 31, 2018 at 10:18 pm   /   Top Stories

PRIME MINISTER Theresa May has overruled her own Home Secretary to say UK passport holders must get their own lanes at British airports after Brexit, amid fears of extended queues. Daily Express :: News Feed

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UK will NOT submit to European Court of Justice – Downing Street REJECTS Brexit stitch-up

Posted: July 30, 2018 at 10:20 pm   /   Top Stories

DOWNING Street has denied claims that Theresa May is preparing a “completely unacceptable” concession of submitting Britain to European Court of Justice judgements after brexit. The denial followed outrage from Brexiteers over reports that the government had “privately” accepted that the ECJ would hold jurisdiction on the £39 billion divorce bill and EU citizens’ rights […]

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