Tag: Brexit

After Brexit, let’s formalise the ‘E3’ European security trio – German...

The "E3" group of major West European countries that cooperated on Iran policy should be formalised after Britain's planned departure from the European Union,...

We have no choice – Johnson

The BBC reported that Parliament in Westminster was dissolved just after midnight on Tuesday with all MPs reverting to being members of the public. Government ministers keep their posts as a caretaker government.

Farage will not be contesting in UK’s December election

Nigel Farage has announced he will not make the eighth attempt to become an MP in December’s general election.

EU approves Brexit delay to 31st January

European Council President Donald Tusk has tweeted that the 27 European member states have approved an extension of the Brexit deadline until January 31st...

More time to debate Brexit deal if MPs agree election on...

British Members of Parliament will get more time to discuss the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal provided they agree to general election on December 12th.

‘If the UK requests an extension, treat it with all seriousness’...

The outgoing European Council President Donald Tusk, has concluded his very last address to MEPs in the European Parliament by saying that a further...

Brexit in the balance as Johnson faces crunch votes

Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces two pivotal votes in parliament on Tuesday that will decide if he can deliver on his promise...

Johnson will ask for Brexit delay after losing parliament vote –...

Boris Johnson will send a letter on Saturday requesting a further extension to Britain's departure from the European Union, an EU official...

Mexit? Protesters in Valletta demand that Malta leaves EU

As the deadline for the United Kingdom’s Brexit deal is approaching, a group of Maltese citizens rallied in front of Auberge de...

Brexit will happen on Oct. 31 despite PM’s unsigned delay request,...

The British government insisted on Sunday the country will leave the European Union on Oct. 31 despite a letter that Prime Minister...