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It is still unclear why Juncker has ruled out extending Brexit negotiations, especially with more MPs than ever persuaded that a second referendum is preferable to Johnson’s flawed deal.
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6 hours ago Bbc.com Show details
During his five years in office, Jean-Claude Juncker has seen an EU crisis or two: the rise of populist Eurosceptic politicians, the migration …
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“There will be no re-negotiations, no new negotiations, no additional guarantees in addition to those already given,” Juncker told Germany’s Deutschlandfunk radio. “We have intensively moved towards Britain, there can be no more.” He added as far as he knew, a letter from May to the EU seeking a delay to Brexit had not yet arrived.
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Recipes Love & sex Home & garden has said May’s meeting with Juncker showed the Brexit negotiations were in disarray. The only way out of …
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The EU27 had previously insisted MPs needed to approve the deal by 29 March. Juncker told MEPs: “In its decision 10 days ago, the European council paved the way for an extension of the article 50
2 hours ago Rt.com Show details
A confident Juncker brushed over the Brexit regret and said that in the wake of the exit, the EU should become a closer union, sharing intelligence, currency, defence strategies and knocking down borders. “It should be the moment we come together to take the decisions needed for a more united, stronger and democratic Europe,” he said.
6 hours ago Neweurope.eu Show details
All eyes in Bern are on Jean-Claude Juncker’s visit to Switzerland on September 19; Bern hopes for a compromise on freedom of movement of EU citizens. The question is how much scope the European Commission President will allow for such as compromise. And such a compromise could have a bearing on
Mr Juncker insists there can be no negotiations until the UK triggers Article 50 - the withdrawal process. The expat group wants immediate talks about the implications of Brexit for Britons living
3 hours ago Politico.eu Show details
After Brexit, the U.K. has won agreement that this won’t happen again. The EU “will embark on preparations for a future partnership with the United Kingdom immediately after signature of the Withdrawal Agreement,” the Tusk-Juncker letter states. “These talks should cover all strands of the relationship in parallel,” the May letter
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Free trade talks Juncker urged EU governments to give his commission, the EU’s executive arm, the authority to begin free-trade negotiations with Australia and New Zealand.
7 hours ago Politico.eu Show details
September 12, 2018 10:23 am. European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker on Wednesday shot down the U.K. government's negotiating position on Brexit, saying it cannot "choose" the parts of the EU it wants to remain a part of and discard the rest. In his annual State of the Union speech to the European Parliament in Strasbourg, Juncker said he
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BRITONS hit back at European Commission boss Jean-Claude Juncker after the top Eurocrat insisted Brussels will not agree to further Brexit negotiations with the UK in …
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Receive free Brexit updates May’s ambition to hold the negotiations in secret: Mr Juncker has a duty to keep 27 member states also be viewed as an opening shot in …
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Brexit negotiations: Juncker waiting for solutions from Johnson . 2019-09-16T12:46:31.688Z. The Brexit meeting of Prime Minister Boris Johnson with Jean-Claude Juncker was without concrete results. The British have not made any proposals, the head of the European Commission said disappointed.
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Ms von der Leyen, who will take charge of Brexit negotiations from November onwards alongside Mr Michel, has previously described the aftermath of the 2016 EU referendum as a “burst bubble of hollow promises”. “People are starting to realise, after the Brexit vote and the election in the US, what it means to believe the promises of
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OUTGOING EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker has claimed Brexit has been used to cover-up bigger problems in Britain and doesn’t think voters can trust Boris Johnson.
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Mr Juncker also said that another delay to Brexit beyond October 31 looks likely because of the deadlock at Westminster. He said: 'I am getting fed up because we are waiting for the next extension.
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Juncker and Theresa May have clashed over several Brexit issues, including whether the European Court of Justice should have an ongoing role in the UK, Sky News reports. Michel Barnier, chief
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European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has refused to extend Article 50, but the 27 EU member states would make this decision.
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Top Eurocrat Jean-Claude Juncker appeared to shrug off responsibility for Brexit in the latest of a series of comments forcing the point that Brexit negotiations are now beyond being reopened, saying Britain leaving the …
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Brexit bill. Britain has agreed to pay the EU between £35billion and £39billion as part of the divorce package. Britain will pay the amount over many years to come - meaning Theresa May will not
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The President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker (L) speaks with European commission member in charge of Brexit negotiations with Britain, French Michel Barnier at the European
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46.9k members in the brexit community. A place to debate and discuss the UK's exit from the European Union. Please debate general UK topics …
The dinner, which was also attended by European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker and other senior Brexit negotiators, was a sign of the …
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Juncker also wanted to extend the fund to the private sector in Africa to help curb emigration to Europe, starting with a pot of 44 million euros that could also be doubled later on. An Africa fund was part of Juncker's efforts to stress a more positive agenda, particularly over the migration crisis that has deeply divided the European Union.
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1 st phase of negotiations. On 22 May, the EU 27 leaders adopted a decision authorising the opening of Brexit negotiations with the UK and formally nominating the Commission as EU negotiator. The Council also adopted negotiating directives for the talks. The first phase of negotiations focus on: issues related to citizens' rights; the financial
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DUBLIN would back any request from the UK for an extension to the Article 50 process to give more time to negotiate withdrawal from the EU, Simon…
Theresa May taunted by her own pro-EU remarks ahead of crucial Brexit negotiations Theresa May was welcomed back to Brussels with a giant billboard ad of her own pro-EU remarks as Brexit D-Day
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Mr Juncker said that Brussels' approval ratings across the EU were at 62 percent, their highest for 25 years. "[This] is largely to do with Brexit. That was a warning shot, a continental wake-up call.
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Boris Johnson and the 27 remaining EU leaders are currently tucking into a well-earned dinner of scallops, sauerkraut soup and roast …
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The Latest on Britain's exit from the European Union (all times local): 7 p.m. French President Emmanuel Macron says the solution to the Ireland border issue, which has hobbled Brexit negotiations
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Boris Johnson won’t extend Brexit transition period Leyen since she took over from Jean-Claude Juncker last month. rightly expect …
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UK and EU extend Brexit talks by a month in bid to reach trade deal. For the record. Celebrities reveal their biggest relationship regrets. Brexit negotiators will be given more time to reach a
7 hours ago En.wikipedia.org Show details
Brexit negotiations in 2019 started in August, after having originally concluded in November 2018 with the release of the withdrawal agreement. Negotiations took place between the United Kingdom and the European Union during 2017 and 2018 for the withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union following the referendum held on 23 June 2016.. In March 2019, UK …
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A Brexit deal was agreed between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on 17 October. The deal is a modified version of the prime minister’s earlier proposal, which removes the Irish backstop – one of the most contentious talking points in previous versions of the withdrawal agreement.
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LONDON -- British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will hold face-to-face talks next week in a bid to break the Brexit impasse. European and
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European Union commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker accused unnamed pro-Brexit figures of underestimating the complexity of the Brexit negotiations.(AFP) Published on May 01, 2017 05:23 PM IST
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But he also acknowledged that "you can't do everything in 15 to 18 months of negotiations". Speaking in Bahrain, Mrs May dismissed speculation over whether she is aiming for a "hard" or "soft" Brexit.
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But both sides are scrambling to finalise a parallel political declaration that will set out a road-map for post-Brexit negotiations on future EU-UK ties. a …
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The Brexit wheels are turning again, Paul Clarke updates us on the latest happenings in the world of EU withdrawal. At the end of 2017, with Christmas only a few days away, no-one wanted to subject to forensic examination the agreement reached by Theresa May and Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at the end of last year.
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On a Wednesday call with Johnson, European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker shared concerns about “problematic points” in the prime minister’s latest Brexit proposal, in particular
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The Brexit proposals put forward by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson constitute "progress" that finally opens up room for negotiations before the crucial European Union summit in two weeks
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Jean-Claude Juncker, the President of the European Commission, says the Brexit deal protects the rights of EU citizens in the UK and British ex-pats living in Europe.
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With the Brexit negotiations to establish a trade agreement treaty between the EU and the UK has started. In addition, the EU's existing Free Trade and WTO tariff-rate quotas with third countries (agreed while the UK was still a member) may need be split or renegotiated.
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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker will hold talks next week to try to break the Brexit impasse as both sides seek to avert what could be a
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Brexit: Tory rebels to demand powers to extend EU talks. Theresa May faces potential Tory revolt over the Brexit bill as around 24 Conservative MPs are thought to back demands for Parliament to
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But he told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “The truth is I don’t believe that Britain can afford a no-deal Brexit, I don’t believe Ireland or the EU want that either. “The negative implications of a no-deal Brexit are very significant for Ireland and the UK.
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The result was a last minute concession on a regulatory deal for Northern Ireland, which led to DUP leader Arlene Foster disrupting Mrs May’s same day lunch with EU Commission president Jean Claude Juncker. Brexit minister David Davis rejected an exit fee of £50 billion as nonsense but then later settled on a bill of £35 to £39 billion.
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Speaking to the European parliament, Juncker instead set an “ultimate deadline” of 12 April for the Commons to approve the withdrawal agreement. “If it has not done so by then, no further short extension will be possible,” he said.
Juncker said that at that point the UK would face a no-deal Brexit but that the EU would not “kick out” a member state, in a reference to the certain offer of a lengthy extension of article 50. The EU27 is looking at an extension until at least the end of the year, with the most probable end date being the end of March 2020.
During 2017, 2018, and 2019, representatives of the United Kingdom and the European Union negotiated the terms for Brexit, the planned withdrawal of the UK from the EU.
On 17 October, Boris Johnson and Jean-Claude Juncker announced that they had finally reached agreement (subject to ratification) on a new Brexit withdrawal agreement on terms which both parties considered acceptable. On 30 October 2019, the day named as "exit day" in British legislation was changed to 31 January 2020 at 11.00 p.m.