Irish premier Leo Varadkar will travel to Brussels today to meet with EU leaders to intensify plans for a no-deal Brexit.
The EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier has dealt a significant blow to Theresa May’s hopes of agreement on her Plan B Brexit deal by ruling out a time-limit on the Irish backstop.
Ireland’s deputy premier has said that the European Union would be “willing to accommodate” the UK if it changed its red lines on Brexit.
European Union nations are spending millions, hiring thousands of workers and issuing emergency decrees to cope with the increasingly likely possibility that Britain will leave the bloc on March 29 without a plan.
The Brexit hamper is perfect in its bizarre, bizarre flaws. Witness this thing. A delegation of leading Leavers presented a collection of British products to EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier, and it reveals much about the type of person pushing to leave the common market.
Sir, - With reference to the letter by William Loneskie (October 14) it may be that the constitution of Spain means the referendum was unconstitutional, but does that really mean illegal?
Sir, - EU negotiators are insisting that the so-called Brexit divorce bill must be agreed before talks move on to trade and a possible post-Brexit transition phase.
Sir, - I read almost daily articles on the Brexit negotiations and what the EU will do to the UK if we do not agree to their demands like an £85 million payment plus EU courts overseeing EU residents’ rights in the UK.
Sir,- Dr John Cameron’s rather bitter anti-Brexit and UK letter (June 24) depicts a “xenophobic little Britain... unwelcoming, impoverished, isolated offshore archipelago in the wastes of the North Atlantic” while the rest of the EU becomes stronger, without the UK as an obstacle to European unification.