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presstv-uk prime minister triggers brexit process

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has triggered the formal, two-year process of withdrawing Britain from the European Union (EU), likely to be the most complex negotiations London has held since World War Two.The process of Britain’s exit from the EU, popularly known as Brexit, was announced by the prime minister on Wednesday at the UK Parliament, after more than 40 years of membership in the bloc.(To be continued)

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

presstv-uk to revoke permanent residency for eu citizens

The government of British Prime Minister Theresa May is likely to revoke the right of European nationals to stay permanently in the UK after initiating the country’s withdrawal from the European Union, according to an official.Once May triggers Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty in mid- March to begin the Brexit process, EU citizens would not have the right to live in the country, according to British media.The newly arrived migrants are expected to undergo a regime of post-Brexit restrictions instead, which involves a new visa process as well as limited access to benefits.Read MoreA government source told The Daily Telegraph that the decision was necessary because otherwise “half of Romania and Bulgaria” might come to Britain before Brexit.“We have had some suggestion that the European Commi

presstv-brexit plans signal scottish independence push

Amina TaylorPress TV, LondonBritish Prime Minister Theresa May is within days of triggering Article 50, the mechanism by which the UK will begin the formal process of leaving the EU. This comes on the same day Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced her administration will be seeking a second referendum on Scottish independence.Amina Taylor reports.

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

presstv-british pm set to trigger brexit process

UK Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger the process of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union (EU) on Wednesday, launching the two year exit negotiations likely to be the most complex London has held since World War Two.Speaking on Tuesday, a day before London intends to invoke Article 50 of the EU Treaty, the mechanism for starting the Brexit process, May said Britain is facing "one of the most significant moments" in its recent history.She said her goal was a special partnership with the EU after Brexit, but added that a "global Britain" could establish new alliances outside the union.Talking to reporters at the Qatar-UK Business and Investment Forum in Birmingham, where the Persian Gulf emirate announced £5 billion of more investment in Britain, May said this was "one of the mo

theresa may vows to build a more united nation after brexit - south wales guardi

Theresa May will give a speech vowing never to allow the UK to become "looser and weaker" ahead of meeting Nicola Sturgeon on a visit to Scotland. The Prime Minister is heading north of the border a day before the Scottish Parliament is expected to pass a vote in favour of seeking a new Scottish independence referendum and two days before she triggers the UK's divorce process from the European Union.Start the conversation, or Read more at South Wales Guardian.

presstv-‘uk parliament should respect people’s will’

The UK parliament should support the people’s will to take the country out of the European Union, an analyst in London says, raising the alarm over a growing division between the lawmakers over Brexit.Clive Hambidge, director of Human Development and Facilitate Global, made the remarks while discussing UK Brexit Minister David Davis’ criticism of the MPs who sought more power to reject Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan.“Please don't tie the prime minister’s hands in the process of doing that for things which we expect to attain anyway,” Davis told BBC on Sunday, warning that such measures prompt concerns that Parliament intends to reverse last June' referendum to leave the bloc.“What we can't have is either House of parliament reversing the decision of the British people,” he added.

presstv-uk parl. must not veto eu exit: brexit minister

Britain’s Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) David Davis says the UK Parliament must not have the power to veto the country’s referendum to withdraw from the EU.Speaking to BBC on Sunday, Davis blasted lawmakers’ plans to change the government’s proposed bill to begin Brexit in a way that gives them more power to reject the final terms of the split.“Please don't tie the Prime Minister [Theresa May]'s hands in the process of doing that for things which we expect to attain anyway,” he said, warning that such measures prompt concerns that Parliament intends to reverse last June' referendum to leave the bloc.“What we can't have is either House of parliament reversing the decision of the British people,” he added.On Wednesday, The House of Lords voted 358 to 256

presstv-uk parl. must not veto eu exit: brexit minister

Britain’s Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union (Brexit Minister) David Davissays the UK Parliament must not have the power to veto the country’s referendum to withdraw from the EU.Speaking to BBC on Sunday, Davis blasted lawmakers’ plans to change the government’s proposed bill to begin Brexit in a way that gives them more power to reject the final terms of the split.“Please don't tie the Prime Minister [Theresa May]'s hands in the process of doing that for things which we expect to attain anyway,” he said, warning that such measures prompt concerns that Parliament intends to reverse last June' referendum to leave the bloc.“What we can't have is either House of parliament reversing the decision of the British people,” he added.On Wednesday, The House of Lords voted 358 to 256

presstv-‘uk parliament should respect people’s will’

The UK parliament should support the people’s will to take the country out of the European Union, an analyst in London says, raising the alarm over a growing division between the lawmakers over Brexit.Clive Hambidge, director of Human Development and Facilitate Global, made the remarks while discussing UK Brexit Minister David Davis’ criticism of the MPs who sought more power to reject Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan.“Please don't tie the prime minister’s hands in the process of doing that for things which we expect to attain anyway,” Davis told BBC on Sunday, warning that such measures prompt concerns that Parliament intends to reverse last June' referendum to leave the bloc.“What we can't have is either House of parliament reversing the decision of the British people,” he added.

presstv-may hails 'defining moment' as uk leaves eu

British Prime Minister Theresa May has hailed the UK Parliament’s vote giving her the green light to formally begin the Brexit process, saying the country faces a “defining moment” as it leaves the European Union."I will return to this house before the end of this month to notify when I have formally triggered Article 50 and begun the process through which the United Kingdom will leave the European Union," she told parliament in an address on Tuesday.The prime minister told MPs that her timetable for invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by the end of March was on track."This will be a defining moment for our whole country as we begin to forge the new relationship with Europe and a new role for ourselves in the world," she said.May's address to parliament on last week's European Council

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

presstv-'reckless brexit could trigger domino effect in eu'

Within days, British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to fire the starting pistol for withdrawing from the European Union, hence putting an end to almost two years of complex negotiations. Apart from a host of international and domestic challenges Britain is facing over the Brexit process, the government has now to deal with Scotland’s new bid for an independence referendum. Press TV has spoken to Paolo Raffone, the secretary general of CIPI Foundation, and Shabbir Razvi, an economic scientist, about the challenges Britain and other EU member states may face as a result of Brexit.Paolo Raffone maintains that the failure of Britain and the European Union to work out a clear path to Brexit has raised concerns about an uncertain future and caused dissatisfaction among Europeans, Scottis

presstv-british parl. denies eu nationals more rights

The British lower house of parliament has rejected a bid to give MPs more power over the final terms of Brexit as well as more rights to EU nationals living in the UK after the leaves the European Union.On Monday, the House of Commons approved a bill allowing the government of Prime Minister Theresa May to begin the Brexit process.Amendments made by the House of Lords to the British government's Brexit bill in order to give the parliament more power over the exit as well as guarantee the rights of EU nationals were voted down 335 to 287.  "Over the last five weeks we have seen parliament at its best. Honourable and Right Honourable members and peers have spoken with passion, sincerity and conviction. However, I was disappointed that the House of Lords voted to amend this bill. This bill is

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. 

brexit: 42 questions that need answering

The starter’s pistol has fired. British Prime Minister Theresa May has officially triggered “Article 50” of the Lisbon Treaty, initiating a two-year process of negotiations to bring the United Kingdom out of the European Union.When 52% of the British electorate voted to leave the E.U. in June 2016, few realized just what a fiendishly complicated process it would be. After four decades of European integration, the bloc has buried its tendrils deep within every facet of British life — from its economy to its legal system. The process of Brexit begins in the shadow of great uncertainties for the United Kingdom, its citizens and its residents.In truth, there are hundreds of unanswered questions about what Brexit will mean to Britain and to Europe. Here are just a few of them:Leaving the E.U.Vo

brexit: 42 questions that need answering

The starter’s pistol has fired. British Prime Minister Theresa May has officially triggered “Article 50” of the Lisbon Treaty, initiating a two-year process of negotiations to bring the United Kingdom out of the European Union.When 52% of the British electorate voted to leave the E.U. in June 2016, few realized just what a fiendishly complicated process it would be. After four decades of European integration, the bloc has buried its tendrils deep within every facet of British life — from its economy to its legal system. The process of Brexit begins in the shadow of great uncertainties for the United Kingdom, its citizens and its residents.In truth, there are hundreds of unanswered questions about what Brexit will mean to Britain and to Europe. Here are just a few of them:Leaving the E.U.Vo

new ipad costs more in £ than $ as apple prepares for further brexit hit to poun

While a superficial comparison of Apple’s US and UK pricing has led many in the past to accuse the company of price-gouging, this isn’t actually the case. As we illustrated with the recent UK increase in app prices, the net price is actually almost identical in both countries. The same is true of most of Apple’s hardware.Anker braided Lightning cablesBut the new 9.7-inch iPad is actually priced higher in pounds than it is in dollars: $329 in the US against £339 in the UK. I’m pretty sure that’s the first time we’ve ever seen that phenomenon.It isn’t hugely out of whack. By the time you add the 20% VAT (sales tax) that is included in UK prices but not in US ones, that gets you to $394.80. Convert that to Sterling, and you get £316. So Apple is charging a UK premium of £23, or around 7%.That

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

presstv-sturgeon, may hold ‘businesslike’ talks

Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon holds a meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of Britain’s exit from the European Union.There were no immediate comments from May on Monday but the Scottish leader described the meeting in Glasgow as "cordial and businesslike."Sturgeon has been making efforts to bring about a second referendum for Scotland after the first one failed to lead to the country’s independence.She told the state-funded BBC that she was expecting the British premier to “offer” something."I had been under the impression ... that she was coming to offer something in the way of more powers (for Scotland)," she said. "It turned out that wasn't the case."The talks were held as Scotland'd assembly was preparing to resume a debate on independence May has promised to

presstv-sturgeon, may hold ‘businesslike’ talks

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon holds a meeting with British Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of Britain’s exit from the European Union.There were no immediate comments from May on Monday but the Scottish leader described the meeting in Glasgow as "cordial and businesslike."Sturgeon has been making efforts to bring about a second referendum for Scotland after the first one failed to lead to the country’s independence.She told the state-funded BBC that she was expecting the British premier to “offer” something."I had been under the impression ... that she was coming to offer something in the way of more powers (for Scotland)," she said. "It turned out that wasn't the case."The talks were held as Scotland'd assembly was preparing to resume a debate on independence May has promised to

uk pm faces fresh brexit hurdles despite clearing parliament

Although it's been given the green light by parliament to begin Brexit proceedings, it won't be smooth sailing for the UK government with many challenges ahead. British Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to open negotiations to leave the EU having finally overcome opposition in parliament, but she now faces the monumental task of thrashing out details of the divorce.And with Scotland on the brink of making a new bid for independence and warning signs that the Brexit vote is beginning to hit the economy, political analysts warned that May still faces plenty of obstacles.Warnings from EU leaders that Britain will have to pay a hefty exit bill and face tough conditions for leaving the bloc have added to the uncertainty."Things could turn pretty sticky pretty quickly," said Tim Bale, professo

uk pm faces fresh brexit hurdles despite clearing parliament

Although it's been given the green light by parliament to begin Brexit proceedings, it won't be smooth sailing for the UK government with many challenges ahead. British Prime Minister Theresa May prepares to open negotiations to leave the EU having finally overcome opposition in parliament, but she now faces the monumental task of thrashing out details of the divorce.And with Scotland on the brink of making a new bid for independence and warning signs that the Brexit vote is beginning to hit the economy, political analysts warned that May still faces plenty of obstacles.Warnings from EU leaders that Britain will have to pay a hefty exit bill and face tough conditions for leaving the bloc have added to the uncertainty."Things could turn pretty sticky pretty quickly," said Tim Bale, professo

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

uk to launch eu exit process on march 29

Britain said Monday it will launch the process of leaving the European Union on March 29, setting a historic and uncharted course to become the first country to withdraw from the bloc by March 2019. Nine months after the stunning referendum vote for Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May's government will finally trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty next week, starting a two-year departure."We are on the threshold of the most important negotiation for this country for a generation," said Brexit minister David Davis.The European Commission said immediately that it was ready to begin negotiations, although a source in Brussels said it would take "four to six weeks" to arrange a summit to agree a common EU position.Related readingHow Brexit will unfold once PM May pulls the triggerThe UK

uk to launch eu exit process on march 29

Britain said Monday it will launch the process of leaving the European Union on March 29, setting a historic and uncharted course to become the first country to withdraw from the bloc by March 2019. Nine months after the stunning referendum vote for Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May's government will finally trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty next week, starting a two-year departure."We are on the threshold of the most important negotiation for this country for a generation," said Brexit minister David Davis.The European Commission said immediately that it was ready to begin negotiations, although a source in Brussels said it would take "four to six weeks" to arrange a summit to agree a common EU position.Related readingHow Brexit will unfold once PM May pulls the triggerThe UK

uk to launch eu exit process on march 29

Britain said Monday it will launch the process of leaving the European Union on March 29, setting a historic and uncharted course to become the first country to withdraw from the bloc by March 2019. Nine months after the stunning referendum vote for Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May's government will finally trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty next week, starting a two-year departure."We are on the threshold of the most important negotiation for this country for a generation," said Brexit minister David Davis.The European Commission said immediately that it was ready to begin negotiations, although a source in Brussels said it would take "four to six weeks" to arrange a summit to agree a common EU position.Related readingHow Brexit will unfold once PM May pulls the triggerThe UK

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

sweden's prime minister wants 'good solution' post-brexit for mobile uk and eu c

Swedish PM Stefan Löfven. Photo: Fredrik Sandberg/TT
Swedish Prime Minister Stefan Löfven says he "regrets" the UK’s decision to leave the European Union but thinks it is is positive that negotiations can now finally begin after a "long waiting period".
In a statement following British PM Theresa May's triggering of Article 50 to formally initiate the process of the UK leaving the EU, Löfven said that Sweden wanted the negotiations to find a "good solution for EU citizens exercising their right to settle in the UK, and vice versa".
He also called for a financial solution where the UK "pays for the commitments it has made".
"In future relations between the EU and the UK we want trade relations to be as favourable as possible and effective cooperation in other areas, including secur

let’s hope the lords have signed their own death warrant | british politics | fo

There is nothing racist about voting to leave the undemocratic, migrant-bashing European Union, even in the hands of a Tory government. Surveys show that the vast majority of UK voters, including most Leave supporters, want and expect EU nationals to be given the right to remain in the UK after Brexit. The government supports this; Tory prime minister Theresa May even offered German chancellor Angela Merkel an early deal on reciprocal residency rights, but Merkel refused to discuss such matters until the formal Brexit process begins.The vote in the Lords had nothing to do with defending migrants’ rights, and everything to do with asserting the right of a few peers to interfere with democratic politics and hopefully overrule the electorate on Brexit. The ‘rebels’ in the Lords hope at least

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

ian bremmer: five facts about europe's big week

It’s been a big week for Europe; so big that it has the potential to shape the trajectory of the continent for years to come. Here are the stories you need to know.UKRumors swirled that this was the week Prime Minister Theresa May would finally pull the Brexit trigger, kicking off the two-year countdown till the UK formally departs the EU. And it looked like the major hurdle to the decision had been cleared: the British House of Lords voted down two amendments to the Brexit bill on Monday. That still left serious questions: Will May be able to negotiate the divorce and terms of a new relationship simultaneously? Can the EU maintain a unified front in driving a hard bargain? And while those questions will bother markets through 2018, at least it looked as if the process would move forward a

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