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irish sun - uk pm may signs article 50 letter to trigger brexit

PanARMENIAN.Net - Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday, March 29 signed the Article 50 letter, as she prepares to trigger the start of the UK's formal withdrawal from the EU, Belfast Telegraph reports.Signed personally by May, the exit letter will be delivered to European Council president Donald Tusk.The triggering of Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, which governs EU law, will open a two-year window for Britain to negotiate the terms of its exit from the bloc, unraveling 44 years of ties. U.K. government officials say there is no going back from there."It is my fierce determination to get the right deal for every single person in this country," Prime Minister Theresa May will say in a speech to Parliament after the letter is delivered, according to excerpts from her office.The negotiat

theresa may signs letter to trigger brexit

British PM Theresa May has been photographed signing the letter to EU Council President Donald Tusk that will trigger Brexit. Prime Minister Theresa May says she will enter European Union exit talks representing everyone in Britain - including millions of EU nationals living in the UKMay plans to ask the EU for a divorce on Wednesday, triggering two years of negotiations before Britain's exit.On Tuesday, May was photographed signing the letter to EU Council President Donald Tusk that will trigger Brexit - a process Britain says is irreversible.The decision to leave the bloc has divided Britain, and left three million EU citizens here worried about their future.May's office says she will tell the House of Commons Wednesday that she'll seek "the right deal for every single person in this cou

brexit: u.k. government will trigger e.u. exit on march 29

LONDON — Britain's government says it will trigger Article 50, signalling Britain's departure from the European Union, on March 29.The Department for Exiting the European Union said in a statement that Britain's permanent representative to the EU, Tim Barrow, informed the European Council President Donald Tusk of the timing on Monday morning. The notification of triggering Article 50 will come in the form of a letter.Brexit Secretary David Davis said in a statement that the country is "on the threshold of the most important negotiation" for a generation.

theresa may signs letter to trigger brexit; 27 eu members to be notified

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presstv-may to trigger brexit process on march 29

UK Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger the process of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union on March 29, launching the two year exit negotiations likely to be the most complex London has held since World War Two.Britain's ambassador to the EU, Tim Barrow, informed European Council President Donald Tusk on Monday about the date when the UK intends to invoke Article 50 of the EU Treaty, the mechanism for starting the Brexit process.The United Kingdom held a referendum last June in which Britons voted by a 52-48 percent margin to leave the EU, the first member state ever to do so.Brexit Minister David Davis said the withdrawal process will take Britain to "the threshold of the most important negotiation for this country for a generation."Read More:"The government is clear in its ai

prime minister theresa may will trigger article 50 to begin brexit process next

London: Britain has set its date with destiny confirming its two years of negotiations to split from the European Union will begin next Wednesday, March 29. The announcement makes good on Prime Minister Theresa May's pledge to the Tory conference last year that she would pull the trigger, Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty, by the end of March 2017. 
Theresa May will trigger Article 50 next Wednesday. Photo: BloombergMPs who campaigned for Brexit were jubilant on Monday, when Downing Street confirmed to British political reporters, known as "The Lobby", that the Mrs May would pull the trigger on Wednesday week.Brexit Secretary David Davis said the UK's permanent representative to the European Union, Sir Tim Barrow, had informed the European Council earlier on Monday. "We are on the threshol

prime minister theresa may will trigger article 50 to begin brexit process next

London: Britain has set its date with destiny confirming its two years of negotiations to split from the European Union will begin next Wednesday, March 29.The announcement makes good on Prime Minister Theresa May's pledge to the Tory conference last year that she would pull the trigger, Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty, by the end of March 2017.
Theresa May will trigger Article 50 next Wednesday. Photo: BloombergMPs who campaigned for Brexit were jubilant on Monday, when Downing Street confirmed to British political reporters, known as "The Lobby", that the Mrs May would pull the trigger on Wednesday week.Brexit Secretary David Davis said the UK's permanent representative to the European Union, Sir Tim Barrow, had informed the European Council earlier on Monday."We are on the threshold o

prime minister theresa may will trigger article 50 to begin brexit process next

London: Britain has set its date with destiny confirming its two years of negotiations to split from the European Union will begin next Wednesday, March 29.The announcement makes good on Prime Minister Theresa May's pledge to the Tory conference last year that she would pull the trigger, Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty, by the end of March 2017.
Theresa May will trigger Article 50 next Wednesday. Photo: BloombergMPs who campaigned for Brexit were jubilant on Monday, when Downing Street confirmed to British political reporters, known as "The Lobby", that the Mrs May would pull the trigger on Wednesday week.Brexit Secretary David Davis said the UK's permanent representative to the European Union, Sir Tim Barrow, had informed the European Council earlier on Monday."We are on the threshold o

prime minister theresa may will trigger article 50 to begin brexit process next

London: Britain has set its date with destiny confirming its two years of negotiations to split from the European Union will begin next Wednesday, March 29.The announcement makes good on Prime Minister Theresa May's pledge to the Tory conference last year that she would pull the trigger, Article 50 of the Lisbon treaty, by the end of March 2017.
Theresa May will trigger Article 50 next Wednesday. Photo: BloombergMPs who campaigned for Brexit were jubilant on Monday, when Downing Street confirmed to British political reporters, known as "The Lobby", that the Mrs May would pull the trigger on Wednesday week.Brexit Secretary David Davis said the UK's permanent representative to the European Union, Sir Tim Barrow, had informed the European Council earlier on Monday."We are on the threshold o

theresa may says brexit 'underway' but warns there's 'no turning back' and leavi

London: Theresa May has pulled the trigger on one of Britain's most significant social experiments in its modern history – leaving the European Union, describing the moment as a character-defining "turning point" in the nation's history.The British Prime Minister warned MPs that there was no going back and that there would be "consequences" for leaving the single market but struck a conciliatory tone talking of a future "deep and special relationship with Europe", while pleading for national unity at home.
British Prime Minister Theresa May signs the official letter invoking Article 50. Photo: Christopher FurlongA formal letter signed by the British Prime Minister was handed to the President of the European Council Donald Tusk in Brussels just before Mrs May's statement to the British Pa

theresa may says brexit 'underway' but warns there's 'no turning back' and leavi

London: Theresa May has pulled the trigger on one of Britain's most significant social experiments in its modern history – leaving the European Union, describing the moment as a character-defining "turning point" in the nation's history.The British Prime Minister warned MPs that there was no going back and that there would be "consequences" for leaving the single market but struck a conciliatory tone talking of a future "deep and special relationship with Europe", while pleading for national unity at home.
British Prime Minister Theresa May signs the official letter invoking Article 50. Photo: Christopher FurlongA formal letter signed by the British Prime Minister was handed to the President of the European Council Donald Tusk in Brussels just before Mrs May's statement to the British Pa

article 50: the world reacts to brexit

This week saw Theresa May present European Council President Donald Tusk with a six-page "divorce" letter triggering Article 50 and officially beginning the Brexit countdown – a move greeted overwhelmingly with disappointment and frustration from the world's press.See related Article 50: What will Brexit mean for me?Brexit: What is the great repeal bill?According to left-wing French daily Liberation, May's letter, with its repeated insistence on a "deep and special relationship", was "more conciliatory" than her previous bullish rhetoricHowever, it adds, a Eurosceptic press and hardcore Brexiters means the UK is "caught up in a fantasy of a return to the glory of a colonial Empire" and "one cannot hide the fear" that they will try to scupper negotiations.History will decide whether voting

the brexit clock has started ticking

On Wednesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May has pulled the trigger on one of Britain's most significant political experiments in its modern history – leaving the European Union.A formal letter signed by Mrs May was handed to the President of the European Council Donald Tusk in Brussels triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty which allows for a country's exit from the block. It sets up two years of negotiation of the terms of Britain's exit. Ram raider arrested near US CapitolVideo duration01:24Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:46Sorrow from Tusk over Brexit notificationSorrow from Tusk over Brexit notificationThe European Council President receives the letter of notice of the UK's intention to leave the European Union.Ram raider arrested near US CapitolVideo duration01:24Vid

could brexit be stopped if the deal is not right?

Britain today started the clock on the two-year countdown to its departure from the EU, triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. See related Brexit: Theresa May signs letter triggering Article 50But although the sense of urgency is palpable, the deadline is not necessarily the foregone conclusion it may appear. Reuters reports the European Parliament is drafting a resolution to respond to Article 50 that will stress "London could still halt the process"."We do not want to close the door to common sense," said Belgian MEP Philippe Lamberts, co-leader of the Greens and a member of the EU Brexit team. "There will be a reference to the revocability of Article 50."Can Brexit be stopped?From a legal perspective, this would seem possible. Although some lawyers have made the case that Article 5

parliament backs brexit bill as scotland bids to break away

Parliament gave its approval Monday for Prime Minister Theresa May to start Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, even as Scotland signalled its opposition by announcing plans for a fresh independence vote. The House of Lords rejected a last-ditch attempt to amend a bill empowering May to begin Brexit, paving the way for it to become law as early as Tuesday.The prime minister could then trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty at any time, starting two years of talks that will end with Britain becoming the first country to leave the bloc.May's spokesman sought to play down speculation that she would send her notification letter to the European Council on Tuesday, when the bill is expected to receive royal assent from Queen Elizabeth II."We have been clear that the prime ministe

theresa may says brexit 'underway' but warns there's 'no turning back' and leavi

London: Theresa May has pulled the trigger on one of Britain's most significant social experiments in its modern history – leaving the European Union, describing the moment as a character-defining "turning point" in the nation's history.The British Prime Minister warned MPs that there was no going back and that there would be "consequences" for leaving the single market but struck a conciliatory tone talking of a future "deep and special relationship with Europe", while pleading for national unity at home.Sorrow from Tusk over Brexit notificationVideo duration00:46Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:01Brexit trigger: what happens next?Brexit trigger: what happens next?There will be many hurdles ahead for British Prime Minister Theresa May after triggering Article 50 and starting the t

britain sets date to trigger brexit process of leaving european union

Britain's government will begin the process of leaving the European Union on March 29, starting the clock on the two years in which to complete the most important negotiation for a generation.Britain's ambassador to the EU, Tim Barrow, informed the European Council President Donald Tusk of the timing on Monday morning, the Department for Exiting the European Union said. The notification of triggering Article 50 of a key EU treaty will come in the form of a letter delivered to Tusk — though it was unclear whether it would come through an actual letter or an electronic missive."We are on the threshold of the most important negotiation for this country for a generation," Brexit secretary David Davis said. "The government is clear in its aims: a deal that works for every nation and region of t

brexit: what is the great repeal bill?

Prime Minister Theresa May may have triggered Article 50 with parliament's consent yesterday, but "another Brexit battle is looming in the form of the government's Great Repeal Bill", says the BBC.See related Brexit: What Theresa May's Article 50 letter really meantBrexit: What Theresa May's Article 50 letter really meantMay will set out her plans to convert all EU legislation into UK law in a white paper today.But research has shown as many as 52,741 separate relevant pieces have been passed since 1990."The huge scale of unravelling the legal mountain - that includes 6,718 new laws applying in the UK since 2010 alone - prompted warnings that any 'bonfire of these regulations' will be a tortuous and complex process," says The Sun.What is it?It should really be titled the great repatriation

presstv-may could trigger brexit process by tuesday

UK Prime Minister Theresa May could begin the formal process for exiting the European Union by triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty as early as Tuesday, according to officials in London and Brussels.May had pledged to trigger Article 50 by the end of March, which leaves less than three weeks to begin the Brexit process.One UK government official involved in Brexit discussions said the process could begin on Tuesday when May is due to address the House of Commons in Parliament, but would certainly start by the end of the week.  The EU (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill is set to be debated by lawmakers in the Commons on Monday, when they will decide whether to accept two amendments added to the bill by the House of Lords.One of the amendments added by the House of Lords would force Dow

brexit: u.k. set to file for e.u. divorce

(LONDON) — Britain is set to formally file for divorce from the European Union Wednesday, ending a 44-year relationship, enacting the decision made by U.K. voters in a referendum nine months ago and launching both Britain and the bloc into uncharted territory.Prime Minister Theresa May is due to tell House of Commons at lunchtime that she has invoked Article 50 of the EU's key treaty, the trigger for a two-year countdown to Britain's exit.Just before May's statement, scheduled for 1130 GMT (7:30 a.m. EDT), Britain's EU envoy, Tim Barrow, will hand-deliver a letter from May to EU Council President Donald Tusk in Brussels.Photos were released of May signing the letter late Tuesday in the Cabinet room at 10 Downing St., under a portrait of Britain's first prime minister, Robert Walpole.May's

sources claim luxembourg and berlin more attractive for lloyd’s of london’s euro

Irish Sun Monday 13th March, 2017• The insurer might decide on either Luxembourg or Berlin• Bank of China might decide on relocating parts of its London operations to Dublin• Last week, global insurance giant AIG selected Luxembourg for its European HQDUBLIN, Ireland - If sources are to be believed, Dublin is losing out in the race to lure banking and financial giants in the wake of Brexit. With the Theresa May led government preparing to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, formally paving the way for Brexit negotiations - institutions and companies based in the U.K. would have to faster the process of deciding on the city for their new European headquarters. Last week, Dublin lost out to Luxembourg in wooing global insurance giant AIG to relocate its European regional headquarters. A

today's front pages: a historic day as theresa may triggers article 50

Today's front page of The Guardian imagines the EU as a jigsaw puzzle, with the UK as missing pieces. "Today Britain steps into the unknown", it says.The i paper takes a similar approach and has a "cut along here" line around the UK on a map of Europe.Not content with just a front page, The Sun projected the words "Dover and out" across the legendary White Cliffs of Dover.The Daily Mail simply states: "Freedom", putting a photo of May signing the letter triggering Article 50 next to a photo of the wife of Alexander Blackman - Marine A - following the news he will be released from prison. The paper had campaigned for the former marine. The Daily Telegraph takes a stern approach, with a formal photo of the Prime Minister signing the letter along with her plea for Britain to unite behind Brex

presstv-uk pm to trigger brexit despite house of lords defeat

Camilia ShambayatiPress TV, LondonThe UK’s House of Lords has defied Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plans. The lawmakers say May can only trigger divorce talks if she promises to protect the rights of EU citizens living in Britain. But now the premier says she is determined to overturn the defeat in Parliament next week. Camilia Shambayati reports from London. 

irish sun - lloyds of london might pick brussels or luxembourg as european hq po

Dublin is losing out in the race to lure banking and financial giants Recently global insurance giant AIG selected Luxembourg for its European HQSources claim Brussels and Luxembourg more attractive for Lloyd’s of London’s European HQ post BrexitDUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as further defeat for Dublin, that is reportedly losing out in the race to lure banking and financial giants post-Brexit - now reports claim that Lloyd’s of London won’t pick the Irish capital.According to reports, Lloyd’s of London will pick Brussels or Luxembourg for its planned European Union subsidiary this weekDublin, which was initially seen as first choice for Lloyd's, seems to be missing out in the race even though the region was dubbed to gain due to its proximity to Britain and use of English. For insurers Z

saudi arabian king salman's nine-day trip to indonesia is a worry for australia

A parallel universe exists just 200 kilometres from Australia's shores. It's otherwise known as Indonesia. A remarkable event that you haven't heard about has just taken place there.It was the subject of minute-by-minute, wall-to-wall TV coverage in Indonesia and the cause of great excitement, but it was near invisible in Australia's media. Brexit trigger: what happens next?Video duration01:01Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:52Saudi king calls for Muslim unitySaudi king calls for Muslim unityKing Salman, on a 12-day state visit to Indonesia, says Muslims need to unite and fight against 'terrorism'.Brexit trigger: what happens next?Video duration01:01Video duration01:01Brexit trigger: what happens next?Brexit trigger: what happens next?There will be many hurdles ahead for British Pr

presstv-may endangering uk’s national interest: mps

A group of British MPs has accused Prime Minister Theresa May of endangering the UK’s national interest by not preparing for the “real prospect” that two years of Brexit negotiations could end in an impasse.The all-party foreign affairs select committee criticized and threatened May with dire consequences on Saturday, only days before she is expected to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty – the formal process that will end the country’s membership of the European Union.May had pledged to trigger Article 50 by the end of March, which leaves less than three weeks to begin the Brexit process.“The possibility of ‘no deal’ is real enough to require the government to plan how to deal with it,” said the chairman of the committee, Crispin Blunt, who is a supporter of ending the UK’s 44-year me

irish passport office record 42 percent rise in british applications since brexi

DUBLIN, Ireland - With the demand for Irish passports surging dramatically throughout 2016, especially after the Brexit vote - the office hired additional staff to deal with the rise. T

theresa may faces first brexit bill defeat

Prime Minister Theresa May has faced her first parliamentary defeat over Brexit after Britain's upper house voted to amend and thereby delay a bill empowering her to begin talks for the UK's exit from the EU.The House of Lords voted yesterday 358 to 256 for an amendment requiring ministers to protect the rights of EU nationals based in the UK following Brexit.However, the government's defeat in the Lords could prove a symbolic one as MPs can remove the amendment when it comes back to the House of Commons.The Department for Exiting the EU said: "We are disappointed the Lords have chosen to amend a bill that the Commons passed without amendment."The bill has a straightforward purpose - to enact the referendum result and allow the government to get on with the negotiations."May has said that

britain's theresa may triggers article 50, kicks off brexit

The United Kingdom has officially kicked off the process of 'Brexit,' almost nine months to the date after the country's momentous vote to leave the European Union.British Prime Minister Theresa May formally notified the E.U. of her country's desire to leave the bloc on Wednesday, setting in motion an unpredictable and fiercely complicated set of negotiations over the terms of departure and what comes after.In a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk, hand-delivered by Britain's ambassador to the European Union Tim Barrow, May invoked "Article 50" of the Lisbon Treaty, the mechanism for departing the bloc. The article allows for a two-year period of negotiations over the terms of withdrawal, putting the U.K. on track to formally leave the E.U. in late March 2019.The letter report

britain's theresa may triggers article 50, kicks off brexit

The United Kingdom has officially kicked off the process of 'Brexit,' almost nine months to the date after the country's momentous vote to leave the European Union.British Prime Minister Theresa May formally notified the E.U. of her country's desire to leave the bloc on Wednesday, setting in motion an unpredictable and fiercely complicated set of negotiations over the terms of departure and what comes after.In a letter to European Council President Donald Tusk, hand-delivered by Britain's ambassador to the European Union Tim Barrow, May invoked "Article 50" of the Lisbon Treaty, the mechanism for departing the bloc. The article allows for a two-year period of negotiations over the terms of withdrawal, putting the U.K. on track to formally leave the E.U. in late March 2019.The letter sets o

australia hints at developing close ties with ireland post-brexit

Irish Sun Saturday 25th February, 2017• Bishop said that Ireland will become key gateway to the EU after Brexit• She said Ireland is "superbly" positioned to bring in more Australian businesses and exploit Brexit• She added this was a great time for Australia and Ireland to explore how to further tiesDUBLIN, Ireland - In what came as positive news for Ireland from down under, the Australian Foreign Minister is said to have hinted at a fruitful period for better mutual relations between the two countries.  Addressing the Irish Australian Chamber of Commerce, Julie Bishop said that post-Brexit, Ireland will take U.K.’s place as the key gateway to the EU. The minister further added that she believed Ireland was "superbly" positioned to exploit Brexit and bring in more Australian businesses.Bi

presstv-sinn fein wants ‘unity referendum’

Irish nationalist political party Sinn Fein has called for a referendum to leave the UK “as soon as possible.”Monday’s call was not the first one for splitting from Britain and uniting with Republic of Ireland.Sinn Fein has been calling for such a vote since last June, when the UK voted to leave the European Union."Brexit will be a disaster for the economy, and a disaster for the people of Ireland. A referendum on Irish unity has to happen as soon as possible," Sinn Fein's leader in the Northern Ireland assembly, Michelle O'Neill, told reporters in the capital Belfast.She made the call for a referendum shortly after Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon made a similar request.O'Neill attacked “the British Tories” in charge of the government, which is preparing to trigger Article 50 of th

presstv-british queen signs brexit bill into law

The British Queen has authorized Prime Minister Theresa May to begin the process of leaving the European Union by signing the Brexit bill.The Speaker of the House of Commons in Parliament, John Bercow, announced Thursday that that the EU (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill has received Royal Assent from Queen Elizabeth II.The bill, which was passed by Parliament on Monday, allows the prime minister to notify Brussels that the UK is leaving the EU, with a two-year process of exit negotiations to follow.May is expected to trigger Article 50 in the last week of March. The EU will then issue a formal response to May's formal Article 50 notification and would require about two months to draw up the full divorce guidelines.The remaining 27 EU members will then need to formally issue a list of nego

north korea threatens 'merciless' attacks as us carrier joins south korea drills

Seoul: North Korea warned the United States on Tuesday of "merciless" attacks if an aircraft carrier strike group led by the USS Carl Vinson, which is joining South Korean forces for exercises, infringes on its "sovereignty or dignity".North Korea, which has alarmed its neighbours with two nuclear tests and a string of missile launches since last year, said the arrival of the US strike group in the area was part of a "reckless scheme" to attack it.Brexit trigger: what happens next?Video duration01:01Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:48US begins THAAD deployment in South KoreaUS begins THAAD deployment in South KoreaThe US starts deploying the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-missile system in South Korea in a move that is likely to deepen growing rifts with China.Bre

brexit countdown begins as article 50 triggered

Prime Minister Theresa May today said there could be "no turning back" as the countdown to Britain's exit from the EU began after the British envoy to the economic bloc delivered her letter to the European Council in Brussels, announcing the UK's intention to end its 44-year association.In her statement to the House of Commons, May said that Sir Tim Barrow had delivered her letter to Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, in Brussels. "Today the government acts on the democratic will of the British people and it acts too on the clear and convincing position of this House," she said."The Article 50 process is now under way and in accordance with the wishes of the British People the United Kingdom is leaving the European Union. This is an historic moment from which there can be no t

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