Archive for January 8th, 2019

Brussels casts doubt on IAG’s no-deal Brexit #Flight plan – FT


(Reuters) - Brussels has warned British Airways owner IAG (ICAG.L) that its favoured strategy to allow it to continue flying freely in and around Europe in the event of a no-deal Brexit will not work, ...

UK financial watch#Dog steps up plans for no-deal Brexit


UK markets regulators have announced further measures to ensure millions of financial contracts will be unaffected by Brexit, as authorities step up preparations to avoid financial turmoil should Brit...

No-Deal Brexit: Catastrophe or Cakewalk?


LONDON — The idea was to show that the British government could deal with the chaotic cross-channel truck traffic expected in the event of a cliff-edge, “no-deal” Brexit. But only 89 of the 150 trucks ...

EU open but wary on British interest in Brexit delay


BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Union is looking at how Brexit might be postponed and is open to the idea, with EU officials talking of delays from a few weeks to a full year, but it questions wheth...

No-Deal Brexit Opponents Warn Theresa May That They’ll Defeat Her Again


Theresa May suffered what she was told would be the first in a long line of defeats at the hands of opponents of a “no-deal” Brexit. On Tuesday, the House of Commons voted 303 to 296 to restrict the U ...

UK says will fight ‘inconvenient’ plot to hobble no-deal Brexit


LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's government will oppose a parliamentary bid to make it harder for Prime Minister Theresa May to leave the European Union without a deal, saying it was undesirable but, if a...

UK’s Brexit vote planned for Jan. 15 with no plans to delay EU exit


Prime Minister Theresa May again told her cabinet she would not delay Brexit by extending the so-called Article 50 notice, her spokesman said.
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