Britain to fire starting gun on Brexit talks
The nine-month Brexit ''phoney war'' is set to come to an end next week when British Prime Minister Theresa May notifies the European Union of Britain's intention to leave, starting two years of unprecedented negotiations. May will send a letter..

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Spain demands the best post-Brexit Gibraltar solution possible
Any special arrangement for Gibraltar will have to be agreed by Spain and the UK Alfonso Dastis, the Minister for Foreign Affairs in the Spanish government, reiterated on Thursday that Spain's intention is to achieve ''the best possible agreement..

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Britain may have big Brexit bill to settle with EU Investment Bank
Britain's bill for settling its financial position with the European Investment Bank after Brexit may be costly, the EIB's chairman said on Wednesday, calling for ''civilised'' divorce talks that could avoid such an outcome. The cost could amount..

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EU sets Brexit talk conditions, priority for people, money, borders
The European Union's chief negotiator for Britain's exit from the bloc spelled out on Wednesday the EU's conditions and priorities for the talks, stressing the need for early agreements on citizens' rights, money and borders. Speaking to the Committee..

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Future EU-UK ties should be based on enhanced Canada deal says Dutch council
Britain's future relationship with the European Union should be based on the bloc's free trade agreement with Canada but enhanced with services-related elements from its association agreements with neighbours, a Dutch advisory council said. The..

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Leaving EU without deal would damage UK non-financial services
Failing to reach a comprehensive free trade deal with the European Union risks significant damage to Britain's trade in non-financial services, a committee of members of the upper house of parliament said in a report published on Wednesday. While..

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Brexit to shape rethink of EU financial supervision
A more powerful securities watchdog may be needed in the European Union to counter market fragmentation after Britain, its biggest financial centre, leaves the bloc, an EU consultation paper said on Tuesday. The EU's executive European Commission..

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EU leaders to meet for special Brexit summit on April 29 - EU's Tusk
The European Union's 27 leaders will meet on April 29 to agree their negotiating lines for Brexit talks after London sends in a formal notification that it wants to leave the bloc, the chairman of the summit, Donald Tusk, said on Tuesday. The meeting..

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PM May to launch EU divorce proceedings on March 29
Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Britain's divorce proceedings with the European Union on March 29, launching two years of negotiations that will reshape the future of the country and Europe. May's government said her permanent envoy to the..

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Stay or go? EU nationals struggle with UK residency rules as Brexit looms
Amid the insecurity of what will happen after Brexit, tens of thousands of European nationals are struggling - and often failing - to negotiate the bureaucracy that decides whether they can stay in Britain after it leaves the European Union. From..

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