Johnson vows to deliver Brexit on 31/10

Today British Prime minister Boris Johnson made a short statement to confirm his determination to exit the EU on October 31. However he expressed hope there would be a deal by then. He also criticized the opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn for his tactic of permanent delays of the departure date. (Image above: archive). WATCH LIVE:…

Brexit deal chances fade away

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s final attempt to save has failed after her offer of a vote on a second referendum and closer trading arrangements could not win over either opposition lawmakers or members of in her own party. WATCH LIVE: PM @Theresa_May updates @HouseofCommons on her new Brexit deal https://t.co/9ZbNNKZ1Sd — UK Prime Minister…

Farage Brexit party leads Eurosceptics

The European Parliament election in the UK on May 23 is expected to demonstrate the polarization of views over Brexit, with strongly Eurosceptic and Eurocentric parties. (Image above: European Parliament, Strasbourg, France). Sadly some remainers have become radicalised, to the extent that normal campaigning is becoming impossible. For a civilised democracy to work you need…

No breakthrough in May-Corbyn talks

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said on that Prime Minister Theresa May had not moved far enough in a first round of crisis talks intended to achieve a breakthrough in the domestic deadlock over endorsement of  the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement to avoid disorderly exit from the European Union. (Image above: illustration). In my meeting with Theresa…

May-Corbyn compromise evokes skepticism

British Prime Minister Theresa May met opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn in an attempt to find a common Brexit solution, endorsing her government Article 50 Agreement with the EU. After her EU withdrawal deal  (WA) was rejected three times in the House of Commons, with MPs, including her Conservative Party divided over Brexit deal negociated for…

Corbyn favours II referendum

Jeremy Corbyn, Labour Party, leader will back a second referendum on Brexit after Westminster defeated its alternative plan for leaving the European Union, he said. While no-deal Brexit is looming  both Prime Minister Theresa May and her major opponent Jeremy Corbyn have been introducing changes to their positions, however none of them has won the hearts…

Brexit: birth of political identities

BREXIT SPECIAL REPORT: The UK’s decision to leave the EU on 23 June 2016 has given birth to new political identities, a new report by The UK in a Changing Europe shows. “EU referendum: one year on”, commissioned by the Political Studies Association, the report demonstrates how the referendum has produced new political allegiances based…

May to critisize EU27 ‘agressive’ stance on Brexit

British Prime Minister Theresa May will reiterate the need for strong leadership, calling EU27 stance on Brexit “aggressive” as she bids to regain political momentum in a tought competition with Labor’s leader Jeremy Corbyn, narrowing her lead in polls approaching June 8 election. With your support, I can get the best Brexit deal – and…

May aims to launch Brexit talks in days after election

The UK Prime Minister Theresa May  informed French President Emmanuel Macron she wanted to discuss future arrangements with the EU27 simultaneously setting the departure terms. At her first meeting with Macron since he became president, May reiterated her interest for “early clarity on the position of EU citizens in the UK and vice versa” in…

May warns against Corbyn leading Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May will call voters to back her to ensure Brexit from the European Union indicating that the Labor will be unable to deliver a solid deal. The message came when the opinion polls showed that support for Tories declined. A series of polls ahead of Britain’s June 8 election have revealed the…