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 presstv uk wants swift deal with eu on brexit transition
presstv-uk wants swift deal with eu on brexit transition

Britain says it ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">wantsont> a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">swiftont> agreement ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the European Union on the principles of a post-Brexit trading relationship to reassure businesses over trading rules after Britain exits the bloc in March 2019.UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said on Tuesday that London believes it can agree quickly ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> Brussels negotiators on a post-Brexit “implementation period.”“In terms of the broad outline of an implementation period, we believe that we can agree that quickly,” May’s spokesman said."The implementation period is about building a bridge, and obviously in order to do that you need to know what the future relationship is going to look like," the spokesman added. He did not provide further detail on when Britain hoped to reach such agreement.London is seeking a so-called implementatio

presstv-eu negotiator urges may to 'rebuild trust'

The EU’s chief Brexit negotiator has warned of serious consequences if the UK abandons the European Union (EU) ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>out a trade ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>.“If the UK ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">wantsont> to build a future relationship ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the EU, it needs to first rebuild trust,” Michel Barnier said addressing the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France.Barnier, who had previously said that a Brexit ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> no ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> would be much more disruptive for Britain than it would be for the EU, stressed, “I would appreciate it if the British side was in the mood to reach a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the EU, not against the EU.”He also stressed the tight timetable for offering legal clarity to firms and people before a two-year negotiating window closes in March 2019 and Britain is out of the EU. He further warned that they should not rely on gentle transition periods.“P

presstv-more britons support no-deal brexit: poll

More than a third of British voters say they would support leaving the European Union ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>out striking any ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>s ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the bloc, a new poll has found.The survey published by Opinium on Sunday showed that 37 percent of Brits wanted UK Prime Minister Theresa May to walk away from Brexit negotiations ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>out a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>, a possibility that she has not ruled out.This is while 25 percent of voters favored Brexit but wanted May to push for the current plan, which involves a transition period after the negotiations until a satisfactory ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> is struck about Britain’s access to the EU single market.The poll also showed that 23 percent of voters were opposed to the whole idea of Brexit and wanted to stay in the EU.PressTV-UK PM admits Brexit talks ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> EU are in 'difficulty'British Prime Minister Theresa

presstv-mps to enable parliament to veto 'no deal' brexit

British MPs plan to give parliament the ability to veto the final outcome of Brexit talks if the government cannot clinch a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the European Union or negotiates a bad ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>.Among the MPs are Conservative, Labour, SNP, Liberal Democrat and Green politicians ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> former Tory Chancellor Kenneth Clarke being a key player in the newly-emerged House of Commons cabal.One of the proposals put forward requires a parliamentary approval of any final move on Brexit whose fifth round of talks ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> EU diplomats ended in stalemate since Brussels wanted the UK to improve its opening offer of a £20 billion “divorce bill.”Another proposal calls for a mandatory two-year transition period after Brexit during which EU regulations continue to apply in Britain.The other proposal demands a bill, apart from t

presstv-uk pm's brexit speech prompts scathing criticism

Jerome HughesPress TV, BrusselsBritish Prime Minister Theresa May says her government is seeking a transition period of about two years after Brexit, during which trade should continue on current terms. Pro-Brexit politicians and campaign groups, however, describe her intention to delay the UK's separation from the EU as a betrayal of those who voted in last year's referendum in favor of Brexit. Jerome Hughes reports.

brexit transition should not last 'a second more' than 2 yrs: boris johnson

UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Saturday insisted that any transition period after Britain leaves the European Union (EU) should not last "a second more" than two years.
Johnson, in an interview, called for four conditions for Brexit: transition period must be a maximum of two years; UK must refuse to accept new EU rules during that period; no payments for access to the single market after the end of the transition period; and UK must not agree to shadow EU rules to gain access to the single market, BBC reported.
He also touched on other subjects like calling for a faster increase in the minimum wage and for public sector pay rises.ALSO READ: EU refuses to rank rival bids for agencies leaving UK over BrexitJohnson's interview comes a week after British Prime Minister Theresa May'

tell us how brexit will work, british companies ask theresa may

British companies including pharmacont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">euont>ticals giant AstraZeneca urged the government on Monday to agree a three-year Brexit transitional ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> to ease the uncertainty hampering investment decisions and the economy.
Britain's biggest companies have become increasingly alarmed by the slow progress of Brexit negotiations and the prospect the country could crash out of the world's biggest trading bloc ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>out a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> in 2019.
Prime Minister Theresa May vowed in a speech last month to seek a two-year transition ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> to help reduce the disruption, but her efforts were overshadowed by a challenge from Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson who has set out his own terms for Britain leaving the European Union.
Johnson, a leading Brexit campaigner, said a transition period should not last a second more t

brexit transition deal: avoiding 'cliff-edge' or remain by another name?

Article 50 sets a two-year timetable to complete Brexit, which implies the UK will be outside the European Union by the end of March 2019.But an emerging "consensus" suggests that some of the key tenets of EU membership could remain in effect beyond that deadline for perhaps as long as four more years, says The Guardian.  Theresa May told the first meeting of her new "business council" of leading industry figures that she will not let companies fall over a Brexit "cliff edge", reports the Financial Times. "May told the first meeting of a new Downing Street business council that she aimed to negotiate a transition ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> – or what she calls an 'implementation phase' – to smooth the exit process."Even previously staunch critics such as International Trade Secretary Liam Fox have now "accepted"

presstv-brexit negotiations fail to produce any results: eu

The European Union and Britain have not made enough progress to move to the next phase of Brexit discussions about a transition period or a future trade ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>, according to EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier."We have had a constructive week, yes, but we are not yet there in terms of achieving sufficient progress. Further work is needed in the coming weeks and months," Barnier told a news conference ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> Brexit Secretary David Davis in Brussels on Thursday."For the EU, the only way to reach sufficient progress is that all commitments undertaken by the 28 are honored by the 28," Barnier said.Davis said they had made "considerable progress" in four days of talks and repeated his eagerness to move on to discuss what happens after Brexit in March 2019.President of the European Council Don

presstv-brexit concerns hurting uk investment: hammond

The uncertainty surrounding the UK’s ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>drawal from the European Union (EU) is hurting investment in the country, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has warned."It is absolutely clear businesses where they have discretion over investment, where they can hold off, are doing so - you can understand why,” Hammond told BBC on Sunday."They are waiting for more clarity about what the future relationship ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> Europe will look like," he added.The comments came in the wake of a new report by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), which stated at least 42 percent of British firms had been forced to change their investment plans because of Brexit concerns.The report, released Sunday, called on the government of Prime Minister Theresa May to quickly work out a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> for the divorce.“T

presstv-uk pm admits brexit talks with eu are in 'difficulty'

British Prime Minister Theresa May has acknowledged for the first time that Brexit negotiations ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the European Union have hit “difficulty,” as she pressed EU leaders for a Brexit ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> she can "defend" at home.Speaking on Thursday at an EU summit in Brussels, May explicitly conceded that talks were in trouble and said she “recognized the difficulty the process was in,” according to Downing Street."The clear and urgent imperative must be that the dynamic you create enables us to move forward together," May told her colleagues.As expected, her 27 EU counterparts agreed at the summit that not enough progress had been made on other issues to begin formal trade talks now.They have officially concluded that "insufficient progress" has been made in negotiations over citizens' rights, the border

give me brexit deal i can 'defend' at home, may tells eu

British Prime Minister Theresa May urged European leaders on Thursday to allow negotiations to move forward on a Brexit ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> she could "defend" to voters and her divided party. Addressing a summit dinner in Brussels, the night before the other 27 leaders decide whether to advance the talks, May said "the clear and urgent imperative must be that the dynamic you create enables us to move forward together"."There is increasingly a sense that we must work together to get to an outcome we can stand behind and defend to our people," she said, according to her office.She said her speech last month in Florence, where she called for a two-year transition period and made concessions on Britain's financial settlement and EU citizens' rights, had "taken us forward" and created a "new spirit".Brexit: w

presstv-'britain could join nafta if brexit trade deal fails'

Britain is likely to join the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) -- a trade ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> between the US, Canada and Mexico -- in case it fails to reach a post-Brexit trade ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the European Union.The British newspaper Daily Telegraph reported on Tuesday that British ministers were considering joining NAFTA as part of planning for the possibility of Britain leaving the EU in March 2019 ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>out a trade ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>."As we prepare to leave the EU, we will seek to transition all existing EU trade arrangements to ensure that the UK maintains the greatest amount of certainty, continuity and stability in our trade and investment relationships," a spokesman for the Department for International Trade said."We are confident that we will find a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> that works for Britain and Europe too. But it is our

presstv-eu increases pressure on uk over brexit deal

The European Union’s Chief Negotiator for Brexit Michel Barnier has increased pressure on UK Prime Minister Theresa May on the eve of her major Brexit speech, warning that stalled exit talks would only move forward if she offered some "clear commitments."Barnier said Thursday a quick ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> on the conditions of Britain's ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>draw from the EU was still possible, but only if London offered new proposals when negotiations resume ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> Brussels next week."To make progress, we are waiting for clear commitments from the UK on these precise issues. We will listen attentively and constructively to Theresa May's important speech tomorrow in Florence," he said.Reports suggest May's speech on Friday will include an offer on the UK's financial obligations and a proposal for a time-limited transition into

theresa may edges closer to brexit ‘no deal’

Monday began ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the EU and Downing Street trading sporting analogies and ended ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> talk that the government is prepared to take Britain out of the bloc ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>out a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> in place.What did Theresa May say to MPs?Addressing Parliament on its first day back after the conference season recess, the Prime Minister said the UK could operate as an “independent trading nation” after Brexit, again raising the possibility of crashing out of the EU ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>out a new agreement.Speaking as the fifth round of Brexit talks began in Brussels, May called on the EU to accept the concessions she made last month in Florence and move talks on to a future trade ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>. She said: “The ball is in their court.”See related Brexit and the ECJ: What's at stake?Brexit: How a 'temporary customs union' might work May called fo

presstv-brexit transition could last until 2022: hammond

British finance minister Philip Hammond says the Brexit transition could last until 2022 and the UK will try to keep as many aspects of its European Union membership in place as possible."I think there's a broad consensus that this process has to be completed by the scheduled time of the next general election which is in June 2022," Hammond told BBC radio on Friday."Many things will look similar" and goods will continue to flow between the UK and the EU in "much the same way as they do now" even after the scheduled ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>draw date of March 2019, he said.But Hammond said EU citizens would have to register ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> British authorities starting from the expected departure date if London fails to come up ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> a new immigration ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> Brussels."We've been clear that it would be some time before we

brexit negotiations: give me a deal i can 'defend' at home, may tells eu

British Prime Minister Theresa May has urged European leaders to allow negotiations to move forward on a Brexit ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> she could "defend" to voters and her divided party.Addressing a summit dinner in Brussels yesterday, the night before the other 27 leaders decide whether to advance the talks, May said "the clear and urgent imperative must be that the dynamic you create enables us to move forward together"."There is increasingly a sense that we must work together to get to an outcome we can stand behind and defend to our people," she said, according to her office.She said her speech last month in Florence, where she called for a two-year transition period and made concessions on Britain's financial settlement and EU citizens' rights, had "taken us forward" and created a "new spirit".EU leade

brexit split: where do key cabinet ministers stand?

The Prime Minister will chair a special meeting of the cabinet later today ahead of her much-anticipated Brexit speech in Florence tomorrow.See related Brexit: What will Theresa May say in Florence?Brexit: Should Boris Johnson resign?Will Labour survive Brexit?Theresa May is due to set out her vision for post-Brexit Britain in a bid to jumpstart negotiations ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> Brussels, but first she must face senior ministers who remain as divided as ever over the best way to navigate the UK’s exit from the EU.The deepening rift “serves as a reminder to EU leaders, if they needed it, that Britain has entered formal negotiations ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont>out having first worked out what kind of Brexit it actually seeks”, says the Financial Times.So where do key ministers stand?Boris JohnsonThe Foreign Secretary has spent muc

brexit: what is a 'temporary customs union'?

The government is at last offering some clarity over its Brexit plans, while the Cabinet hostilities that have raged all summer appear to have ceased.See related Brexit transition ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>: Avoiding 'cliff-edge' or Remain by another name?Hard or soft Brexit: What will the ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> look like now?Last month it appeared that Brexiters and Remainers around the Prime Minister's top table had agreed on the need for a transitional arrangement when the UK leaves the European Union in March 2019. Today that interim ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> is the subject of the first in a series of papers the government will publish on Brexit negotiation positions, ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the focus on the EU customs union. So what does the paper say and what will it mean for British businesses?What is the customs union?It's an agreement that includes all EU mem

brexit: what is a 'temporary customs union'?

The government is at last offering some clarity over its Brexit plans, while the Cabinet hostilities that have raged all summer appear to have ceased.See related Brexit transition ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>: Avoiding 'cliff-edge' or Remain by another name?Hard or soft Brexit: What will the ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> look like now?Last month it appeared that Brexiters and Remainers around the Prime Minister's top table had agreed on the need for a transitional arrangement when the UK leaves the European Union in March 2019. Today that interim ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> is the subject of the first in a series of papers the government will publish on Brexit negotiation positions, ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the focus on the EU customs union. So what does the paper say and what will it mean for British businesses?What is the customs union?It's an agreement that includes all EU mem

presstv-uk sets out details of ties with eu after brexit

Britain has pronounced details of the future relationship it envisages ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the European Union, saying it ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">wantsont> talks ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the EU to move on to the next phase.Senior British ministers presented a united front to negotiations ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the EU on Sunday. The UK ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">wantsont> to start talking about its post-Brexit relationship ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the EU in order to reassure anxious businesses, citizens and investors, but the union has insisted that first exit arrangements should be determined."We need to get on ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> negotiating the bigger issues around our future partnership to ensure we get a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> that delivers a strong UK and EU," Brexit minister David Davis said in a statement, according to Ront style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">euont>ters.British Finance Minister Philip Hammond and Trade Minister Liam Fox both told the EU that there should be a time-bound t

ikea appeals for post-brexit transition period

Swedish-founded furniture giant Ikea has joined a growing number of international businesses appealing to the UK government for a post-Brexit 'transition period'.
The firm's UK chief, Gillian Drakeford, has called for "clarity" from the UK government and backed calls for a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> to protect businesses from uncertainty in the event of a 'no ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>' scenario. 
Speaking to the Press Association, Gillian Drakeford said: "Theresa May talked about a transition period and this would be beneficial for us to adapt to a new trading reality, to allow us to offer products at the best prices."READ ALSO: Ikea launches new collection of furniture for pets
Ikea is celebrating 30 years this October since its first UK store opened in the northwestern town of Warrington.
But the British vote to leave th

monday 23 october 2017 | the week uk

Leading business lobby groups are demanding an urgent Brexit transition ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>. The groups, including the Institute of Directors and CBI, have written a joint letter to Brexit Secretary David Davis, warning the UK risks losing jobs and investment. A government spokesman said the talks were "making real, tangible progress". The British Chambers of Commerce, the Federation of Small Businesses, and the EEF have also signed the letter.

monday 23 october 2017 | the week uk

Leading business lobby groups are demanding an urgent Brexit transition ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>. The groups, including the Institute of Directors and CBI, have written a joint letter to Brexit Secretary David Davis, warning that the UK risks losing jobs and investment. A government spokesman said the talks were “making real, tangible progress”. The British Chambers of Commerce, the Federation of Small Businesses and the EEF have also signed the letter. 

presstv-'no divorce bill figure until brexit deal sealed'

The United Kingdom can come up ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> a divorce bill figure only when a Brexit ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> has been agreed ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">withont> the European Union, trade minister Liam Fox says."I don't know what that number is but it's very clear that we could only have that final number as part of a final agreement, we would want to know what the end state is," Fox said on ITV's Peston on Sunday television program."Away from the hyperbole around the divorce bill there is actually a great ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont> of cooperation going on between us."He also warned leaders not to believe Britain is bluffing over "a no ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>", saying “I would prefer to have a ont style="color:#666;background-color:#fff5a9;">dealont>.”Fox also said that London is willing to offer the other 27 EU members "further assurance" on its divorce before the next summit in December.The UK had previously expressed its willingness to

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