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Stop Brexit blather and face reality on trade, says ex-EU ambassador | Politics | The Guardian
UK’s former chief EU diplomat Sir Ivan Rogers takes aim at PM’s Brexit strategy in speech
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16 hours ago by tonys
Sites block EU users before GDPR takes effect | Technology | The Guardian
Users and clients of Instapaper, Unroll.me and Ragnarok Online among those affected
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19 hours ago by tonys
EU talks with Australia and New Zealand deal blow to UK free trade plans | Politics | The Guardian
Bloc could end up on better terms with the Commonwealth nations after Brexit than UK
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2 days ago by tonys
Brexit vote has cost each UK household £900, says Mark Carney | Politics | The Guardian
Bank of England governor says real incomes are significantly lower than forecast
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2 days ago by tonys
Legal fight to abandon Brexit has no constitutional basis, court told | Politics | The Guardian
MPs breaking ‘parliamentary privilege’ by bringing case on UK unilaterally stopping Brexit
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2 days ago by tonys
Blair: Labour will pay price for Corbyn’s ‘closet’ Euroskepticism – POLITICO
Former PM says Labour leader’s handling of Brexit has left the party in ‘the worst of both worlds.’
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2 days ago by tonys
PMQs verdict: Corbyn is starting to make it look easy | Politics | The Guardian
For the second week in a row, on a subject that for months he avoided, the Labour leader knocked the PM all over the place
eu 
8 days ago by tonys
Leave.EU fined £70,000 over breaches of electoral law | Politics | The Guardian
Campaign’s chief officer referred to police after inquiry finds it broke referendum spending limit
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13 days ago by tonys
Labour peers accuse Corbyn of Brexit cowardice | Politics | The Guardian
Party is blocking efforts in Lords to call for membership of the European Economic Area
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18 days ago by tonys
Brexit plan drawn up for border checks between NI and rest of UK | UK news | The Guardian
Exclusive: Leaked paper reveals backup proposal to avoid hard land border with Ireland
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20 days ago by tonys
Labour’s fudge over Brexit may have worked once. But it can’t go on | Jonathan Freedland | Opinion | The Guardian
The local election results show Britain is still divided by leave v remain. It’s time for Corbyn to come off the fence, says the Guardian columnist Jonathan Freedland
labour  eu 
20 days ago by tonys
Mrs May’s attempt to muddle through Brexit is fast approaching crunch time | Andrew Rawnsley | Opinion | The Guardian
Her days of keeping her party’s hard Brexiters and unreconciled Remainers together are running out
eu 
25 days ago by tonys
May is chasing a fantasists’ Brexit. She must change course now | Rafael Behr | Opinion | The Guardian
It’s clear a sensible withdrawal will involve compromise. No one will be totally happy but a brave prime minister would do what was right, writes Guardian columnist Rafael Behr
eu 
4 weeks ago by tonys
Theresa May suffers third Brexit defeat in Lords | Politics | The Guardian
Peers back replication of European charter of fundamental rights in British law
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4 weeks ago by tonys
In this golden age of political arrogance, David Cameron is king | Rafael Behr | Opinion | The Guardian
The former prime minister’s breezy ‘no regrets’ over Brexit really is a classic of the genre, says Guardian columnist Rafael Behr
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5 weeks ago by tonys
Backbench MPs table motion to force vote on EU customs union | Politics | The Guardian
Three Tories among signatories demanding option of customs union kept on table after Brexit
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5 weeks ago by tonys
Don’t be fooled by Emmanuel Macron the ‘moderate’ | Owen Jones | Opinion | The Guardian
The French president is hailed as a centrist saviour, a bulwark against extremes – even as he slashes tax on the wealthy, attacks workers’ rights and demonises refugees, writes Owen Jones
politics  eu  france 
5 weeks ago by tonys
Ministers, not Home Office officials, have created the Windrush scandal | Dave Penman | Public Leaders Network | The Guardian
Amber Rudd has criticised civil servants over Windrush. How does she think they can cope with 3.5m EU citizens here?
eu  gov.uk 
5 weeks ago by tonys
What is GDPR? Everything you need to know about the new general data protection regulations | ZDNet
General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is coming. Here's what it means, how it'll impact individuals and businesses - and how to prepare for it.
eu 
5 weeks ago by tonys
EU to force tech firms to hand over terror suspects' messages | World news | The Guardian
Plan to gather evidence of crime and terrorism ‘quickly and efficiently across borders’
eu  web 
5 weeks ago by tonys
Brexit legislation caught in parliamentary logjam | Politics | The Guardian
Almost half the bills needed to pave way for leaving EU have yet to be introduced to parliament
eu 
5 weeks ago by tonys
Macron: political divisions in Europe are like a civil war | World news | The Guardian
French president calls for defence of European liberal democracy in face of illiberalism
eu 
5 weeks ago by tonys
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