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NO DEAL BREXIT: British expats fear France will ‘throw them out’ | Politics | News

[ad_1] Although the French president Emmanuel Macron has reassured UK citizens they will not need visas to visit France, he stopped short of saying those already residing there would not be turfed out. In an interview with the Sunday Times, Katrina Murray, 37, who works as an independent financial adviser, said: “Everyone’s very scared. “People don’t know what’s going to happen and some think they are going to be thrown out.”Last week,
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Erdoğan says will reveal details of Khashoggi case Tuesday

[ad_1] President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said Sunday that he will make important statements on Tuesday at the ruling Justice and Development Party's (AK Party) parliamentary group meeting regarding the investigation on journalist Jamal Khashoggi's fate, who was admittedly killed by Saudi authorities. "We seek justice and this will be revealed in all its naked truth, not through some ordinary steps but in all its naked truth. This is not an
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Brexit news: Negotiators need Thatcher’s ‘backbone’ to stand up to EU bullies | Politics | News

[ad_1] He urged decision-makers to take a hard-fist approach with European “bully boys”, quoting the ‘iron lady’ former prime minister Margaret Thatcher.Writing in The Sun, he said: “We really can forge an exciting, strong and prosperous future outside the EU. Yet at the moment government negotiators have no self-belief.“As Mrs Thatcher once said of a colleague, their backbone doesn’t seem to meet their brain.”The UK has bowed down to EU
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Brexit news: Scottish Tories to vote down Brexit deal if Common Fisheries Policy EXTENDED | Politics | News

[ad_1] The party's Douglas Ross, MP for Moray, said he could not support any deal which includes staying part of the CFP past the current exit date of 2020.Concerns were raised this week over the possibility of the UK remaining part of the controversial policy beyond this date, after the Prime Minister indicated the transition period could be extended to secure a Brexit deal.Speaking on the BBC's Sunday Politics Scotland
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Brexit news: Nicky Morgan pleads with Theresa May as she warns of City of London exodus | Politics | News

[ad_1] The Remainer appealed to the Prime Minister to "keep talking" to break the deadlocked negotiations, adding "time is short and businesses need certainty".She said any deal needed to be "based on a recognisable model to provide the best chance of agreement" as she underlined an appetite within the services sector for close alignment.The MP for Loughborough said: "Massive amounts of uncertainty, obviously larger organisations who are able to have
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Brexit news: EU is threatening to break up union of UK, warns Raab | Politics | News

[ad_1] Dominic Raab insisted the UK is not prepared to “sacrifice” Northern Ireland amid critics’ suggestions that Brexit could lead to a united Ireland.Mr Raab called the EU’s proposal for such an arrangement “unacceptable” and said it risked condemning the UK to an “indefinite limbo” inside the customs union. While progress has been made at the negotiating table on issues such as Gibraltar and the Sovereign Base Areas in Cyprus, Mr
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Brexit news: Whitehall starts SECRET contingency planning for SECOND EU referendum | Politics | News

[ad_1] Staff at the Department for Exiting the European Union are said to have role-played the likely actions the Prime Minister will undertake in a “war games” scenario, according to The Sunday Times.Brexiteers Boris Johnson and Jacob Ree-Mogg were included in the war-game as well as James McGrory, the People’s Vote director.A source told the paper: “Civil servants have to prepare for every eventuality and with the Prime Minister’s ability
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Brexit news: Theresa May faces no confidence vote and show trial at 1922 committee | Politics | News

[ad_1] A vote of no confidence could be on the cards for Mrs May as she enters one of the most difficult political weeks of her career.Disgruntled Tory MPs desperate for a new approach have threatened to instigate a no confidence vote within days as they implore Mrs May to face them in their 1922 Committee meeting on Wednesday, which is being dubbed a “show trial”.As a result of the