The Brexit negotiations are taking place between the United Kingdom and the European Union for the prospective withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, following the UK's referendum on EU membership in June 2016.
EU leaders have agreed to start preparing for trade talks with the UK - as the Theresa May admits there is "some way to go" in negotiations. As expected, her 27 EU counterparts agreed at a...
Thomas Wright testified at a hearing of the Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia, and Emerging Threats of the U.S. House of Representatives Foreign Affairs Committee, "Brexit: A Negotiation Update," on December 6, 2017. www.brookings.edu
Theresa May, the new British prime minister, faces a central challenge in deciding the UK’s next steps towards the EU. On the one hand, a clear majority of the British electorate voted in the 23 June referendum for Britain to leave the EU. www.chathamhouse.org
As we reach the one year mark deadline before the UK's departure from the EU we look at current Brexit negotiations and how it is affecting the market? what are the recent developments, and what does it hold for the UK? www.orbex.com
Stefaan De Rynck, Member of the EU Brexit Negotiation Team; Senior Adviser to Michel Barnier, Chief Brexit Negotiator, European Union In the aftermath of the European Council meeting on 14 and 15 December, the senior adviser to the EU’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, offers some insights into ... www.chathamhouse.org
Terminology Brexit Brexit (like its early variant, Brixit) is a portmanteau of "British" and "exit". It was derived by analogy from Grexit, referring to a hypothetical withdrawal of Greece from the eurozone (and possibly also the EU). en.wikipedia.org
The European Commission will advise the leaders of the 27 EU member states meeting at the European Council on December 15 to proceed with the second phase of Brexit negotiations. It judges there has been sufficient progress on the three key issues that it insisted should constitute the first phase ... theconversation.com
The Spanish government is likely to agree a bilateral deal with the UK over Gibraltar before October and does not plan to hold Brexit negotiations “hostage” over the territorial dispute, it said on Wednesday. www.telegraph.co.uk
Many people in our diocese are worried about the implications of Brexit. The purpose of this blog is to set out where negotiations have got to in regard to Citizens Rights – the area that most affects individual British people living in the EU. bishopineurope.wordpress.com
As Henry Farrell noted here on Monday, Brexit talks are in real danger of collapse. Britain is impatient to move past the first phase of negotiations, so it can talk about its future European Union trading relationship. But the Irish border has become a major sticking point. As I (together with Paul ... www.washingtonpost.com