Britain risks EU clash over RBS bailout terms
Britain's plan to free Royal Bank of Scotland from an obligation to sell more than 300 branches risks a clash with the European Commission weeks before the government is due to start formal talks to leave the trading bloc. European regulators originally..

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Britain faces very hefty Brexit bill, years of talks
Britain will need years to negotiate a future trade deal with the European Union after it quits the bloc and will be landed with a ''very hefty bill'' from Brussels on leaving, EU chief executive Jean-Claude Juncker said on Tuesday. Noting that..

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UK government has no intention of revoking Article 50
The British government has no intention of revoking its withdrawal from the European Union once the formal exit process has been triggered, Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman said on Monday. May plans to trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon..

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House of Lords likely to attach conditions to Brexit bill - Mandelson
The House of Lords is likely to attach conditions to legislation giving Prime Minister Theresa May the power to trigger the country's exit from the European Union, a former MP from the Labour Party said on Sunday. Earlier this month, May won..

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Britain has voted for out, so get on with it say EU officials
'I'm a bit in, I'm a bit out, maybe tomorrow I'll be back' ... -- this isn't on,'' Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker chided last week. ''You're either in, or you're out.'' Tony Blair wants fellow Britons to ''rise up'' and block or soften..

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Former PM Blair urges Britons to rise up against May's Brexit plan
Former British prime minister Tony Blair issued a battle cry against a so-called 'hard Brexit' on Friday, calling on voters, businesses and campaigners to ''rise up'' and back a coordinated effort to temper the terms of, or even halt, Britain's EU..

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Norwegian Air expects Brexit vote to hit demand for UK - Spain routes
Norwegian Air, Europe's third-largest budget airline by passenger numbers, expects Britain's vote to leave the European Union to hit demand from some British customers, its CEO said on Thursday. ''England has received a punch after Brexit. So one..

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Top UK judge hits back after Brexit uproar over court ruling
The head of Britain's Supreme Court has accused politicians of not doing enough to protect the independence of the judicial system when judges came in for harsh criticism from pro-Brexit newspapers last year. England's High Court triggered an angry..

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Irish PM calls for Brexit transition deal and warns against punishing UK
Ireland's Prime Minister Enda Kenny warned European Union leaders on Wednesday that any talk of punishing Britain for leaving the bloc was deeply unwise and called for a transitional agreement to ease the damage likely to be caused by the split...

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British EU residents concerned about Brexit's impact
Most British expatriates in the European Union are worried that Brexit will limit their rights in their country of residence, according to a survey published on Wednesday. About 83 percent of respondents said they were ''very concerned'' about the..

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