UK Political News
“I want to be clear: What I am proposing cannot mean membership of the single market,” Prime Minister Theresa May told an audience of foreign diplomats and Britain’s own Brexit negotiating team at a mansion house in London.
Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday Britain could not remain a member of the EU single market after leaving the European Union, but would seek an agreement to allow for the freest possible trade in goods and services.
“But if we are forced to be something different, then we will have to become something different,” Hammond said about Britain’s plans to lower corporate tax.
“The government needs to publish its Brexit plan by mid-February at latest, including its position on membership of the single market,” said Hilary Benn.
Anthony Gardner said, “For us to be the cheerleaders of Brexit and to be encouraging Brexit Mark 2, Mark 3, is the height of folly.”
Steele’s dealings with the FBI on Trump, initially with the senior agent who had started the FIFA probe and then moved to a post in Europe, began in July.
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Christopher Steele 52, former MI6 officer, fled from his home in Surrey after realising it was only a matter of time until his name became public knowledge.
Supreme Court is expected to rule in the next two weeks on whether the government can trigger Article 50 of the European Union’s Lisbon Treaty.
“@realDonaldTrump Your staff have asked me to sing at your inauguration, a simple Internet search would show I think you’re a tyrant. Bye,” wrote Church in a tweet she concluded with derogatory emojis.
Britain will be in the “front seat” to negotiate a new trade deal with the administration of Donald Trump, top Republican in the United States Senate said.
Britain’s financial services sector must keep its unfettered access to the European Union’s single market after Brexit given that available alternatives don’t provide a sustainable long-term solution.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will set out his Brexit strategy more than six months after Britain voted to leave the EU in the June referendum.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on BBC One’s Andrew Marr Show, “… leaving the European Union created a “fundamental question” for Scotland.
Nigel Farage: “I honestly don’t see this Prime Minister has the energy, excitement or the flair to do it. I’m worried and I fear a very frustrating 2017.”
“First of all I will be setting out some more details in the coming weeks as we look ahead to triggering Article 50,” British PM Theresa May said.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan: “I have instructed London Transport to continue negotiating and we will be available all weekend to try and resolve this dispute.”
“The Embassy of Israel rejects the remarks concerning Minister Duncan, which are completely unacceptable,” a spokesman said in a statement.
Jeremy Corbyn: “I am demanding the prime minister comes to House of Commons and sets out to the British people how she plans to fix her failure on the NHS.”
“I would find it impossible under those circumstances to keep donating to Conservative Party should it back leaving the single market,” Andrew Cook said.
Leading Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage will attend U.S. President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration this month. Farage says, “I certainly am, I can’t wait.”