[ad_1] The former Brexit negotiator said he doesn’t expect to wait long before Downing Street explores using its new regulatory freedom. But he warned eurocrats would be ready to clamp down on any move that gives UK firms a competitive over their
[ad_1] Hardline Europe minister Clement Beaune accused Britain of being in breach of the Brexit trade deal and insisted Paris would not be intimidated into dropping its allegations. He said: “We won’t be intimidated by these manoeuvres.” Mr Beaune, a close ally
[ad_1] ‘We are blessed to have them’: Fury as Wolf Hall author Hilary Mantel claims the royals are facing ‘the endgame’ and ‘won’t outlast William’ Dame Hilary, 68, said she wished Queen had abdicated to make way for Charles She claims the Royal
[ad_1] The leader of the Scottish Liberal Democrats Willie Rennie has slammed Nicola Sturgeon for pushing Scottish independence while his constituents “suffer” amid drug deaths which are the highest in Europe. Mr Rennie had been invited onto Andrew Marr to discuss the
[ad_1] Economist and senior fellow at the think tank Centre for Brexit Policy has insisted Boris Johnson must make dramatic changes to ensure the success of the British economy. During an interview with Express.co.uk, Ms Mcbride argued the Government should perfect the
[ad_1] In an incredible attack, leader of the far-right party Vox, Santiago Abascal accused the Spanish government of allowing Gibraltar’s sovereignty to become a lost battle. Calling for the issue to be readdressed, Mr Abascal claimed Spanish citizens had now become captives
[ad_1] The internet was set ablaze with news that federal agents had raided Rudy Giuliani’s Upper East Side apartment – but one tweet in particular was crowned ‘winner of the internet’ on Wednesday. Four Seasons Total Landscaping in Philadelphia earned that unofficial
[ad_1] EU ambassador to the UK João Vale de Almeida said Brussels was only now starting to come to terms with the results of the 2016 EU referendum. Mr Vale de Almeida, who was appointed the EU’s top diplomat in London in February
[ad_1] The European Parliament is signing off on the final legal step of the UK and EU’s post-Brexit trade agreement today. Manfred Weber praised the work of the European Union’s Chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier and fired several digs at Boris Johnson.
[ad_1] The European Commission said she would not “hesitate” to use mechanism in the agreement to keep the UK in line. Mrs von der Leyen made the warning ahead of the EU Parliament’s final vote to ratify the Trade and Cooperation Agreement.