LONDON (AP) – Ireland’s foreign minister has warned that British demands risk a “further breakdown in relations” with the European Union ahead of talks this week aimed at resolving the impasse over the Brexit agreement. Simon Coveney posted the remarks
The sudden flurry of speculation around Poland leaving the bloc may have more to do with Brussels than it does Warsaw.
The French have threatened to cut off energy supplies and blockade supply routes amid disputes over post-Brexit fishing access in UK waters.
Britain´s Brexit minister threatened Monday to trigger a contentious break clause in the U.K.´s divorce deal with the European Union.
Anti-Brexit activists gathered in Manchester ahead of the Conservative Party Conference, to denounce “zombie” nationalism in Brexit Britain.
Former Conservative Party leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith has accused the haulier industry of being “addicted” to cheap, foreign labour and resisting calls for years to train British drivers and improve working conditions and pay.
Asked about the truck driver shortage crisis, Johnson said it was a “chronic problem” associated with an overreliance on migrant workers willing to work for low wages and poor conditions. He said he wouldn’t repeat that mistake.
Nearly half of Britons blame the media for the shortage of fuel at the petrol pumps while one-in-five blames the government, according to a poll.
As the so-called fuel crisis continued, the government has put the army on standby to deliver petrol and is recruiting foreign workers while critics blame Brexit. However, former Conservative Party leader Sir Iain Duncan Smith has blamed the coronavirus lockdown for slowing the processing of drivers’ licences and long-term planning failures by haulier firms and government.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has criticised Boris Johnson for returning from his first in-person meeting with Joe Biden without hopes of starting negotiations for a trade agreement, remarking that a deal should have been struck during the Donald Trump administration.
Nigel Farage has again been vindicated in his predictions that the European Union wanted its own defence force following reports that France was willing to trade its seat on the UN Security Council to Brussels in exchange for an EU army.
Boris Johnson’s government was forced to backtrack on seeking to join the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA).
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has criticised Boris Johnson and his predecessor Theresa May for failing to secure a U.S. trade deal during the administration of the Anglophile Donald Trump, after the prime minister admitted that President Joe Biden was too busy to prioritise a trade deal with the UK.
“We want to be in the (European) Union, but at the same time we want to remain a sovereign state,” Kaczynski said.
The EU’s former hardline Brexit negotiator, who criticised his British counterparts for “cherry-picking” during negotiations, has appeared to have embraced Euroscepticism, demanding the return of France’s sovereignty from the European courts to control immigration.
LONDON (AP) – The leader of Northern Ireland’s largest British unionist party heightened post-Brexit political tensions on Thursday, saying the UK’s divorce deal with the European Union could collapse the Belfast government and trigger a new era of violence and instability.
One of the chief architects of the Good Friday peace deal between British unionists and Irish nationalists in Northern Ireland has written to U.S. President Biden warning him that his interference in the Province’s internal politics risks “causing civil unrest”.
Britain’s Minister for EU Relations has admitted Boris Johnson’s government is happy to let European Union law continue to apply in Northern Ireland for some purposes and keep an internal border between the British province and the rest of the United Kingdom for the EU’s sake.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has slammed CNN, the New York Times, and the wider mainstream media for putting “an old duffer” who is “not up to the job” in the White House.
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has announced he will run for the French presidency, vowing to take a harder line on immigration than incumbent Emmanuel Macron.
The ad boycott launched against Nigel Farage and GB News is likely to backfire, as a poll found that many would be likely to watch.
Brexit Britain has outpaced the entire European Union, the Middle East, and Africa in fintech investment during the first half of the year.
Richard Tice alleged that political pressure — possibly from the government — was behind the “unprecedented” debanking of Reform UK.
Supermarket chain Sainsbury’s stopped advertisements on the centre-right upstart GB News network after a woke pressure campaign against prime time host Nigel Farage, despite his show being a ratings success.
Nigel Farage’s former Brexit Party, which has been rebranded after the departure from the EU as the Reform Party, had its bank account closed.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said the party must be “proud” of Tony Blair’s “record in government”, and no longer keep the Iraq War architect’s legacy at “arm’s length”.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has mocked Guy Verhofstadt for suggesting the European Union should be at the top of the Olympics table after adding together the medals of the 27 individual countries that make up the bloc.