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Democratic Unionist Party: Brexit deal to open path to united Ireland
The Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) says UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal may open a path for Northern Ireland to join into a united Ireland.
Scotland high court to hear legal challenge to Brexit deal
Scotland’s highest court is to hear a challenge to have Boris Johnson’s deal agreed with the EU declared unlawful, arguing that it is illegal for Northern Ireland to form part of a separate customs territory – originally amended by the Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg.
Northern Irish DUP says no to PM Johnson's Brexit deal
Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party said on Thursday its position on Brexit had not changed and it could not support the deal being proposed by Boris Johnson and the European Union.
‘Great new deal that takes back control’: British PM Boris Johnson on Brexit agreement with EU
Negotiators in Brussels and London this week have gone from optimism to dismay and back again, with the pound twitching at every murmur. Now, at last, all those predictions about the costs or benefits of Brexit may be put to the test.
Merkel says Brexit deal still possible but we're not there yet
There has been significant movement in negotiations on Britain’s departure from the European Union and a Brexit deal is still possible but that goal has not yet been reached, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday.
Johnson may send 2nd letter to EU to sabotage Brexit deal
The UK Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has suggested that the Prime Minister may in fact sabotage Brexit with a second letter to EU leaders against granting an extension.
UK plans rare weekend sitting of Parliament, Brexit deal or no deal
Britain’s government plans to hold a special sitting of Parliament on Oct. 19, whether or not Prime Minister Boris Johnson secures a Brexit deal with the European Union, a government source said on Wednesday.
May gets boost as she seeks approval for EU deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May received a boost this weekend as she prepares to return her Brexit deal to Parliament within the next nine days.
UK lawmakers could vote on revised Brexit deal next week: Hammond
British lawmakers could be given a vote on a revised Brexit deal as early as next week as talks with the European Union have been constructive, finance minister Philip Hammond said on Thursday.
May to speak to every EU head in bid for Brexit deal changes
British Prime Minister Theresa May plans to speak to every European Union leader and the European Commission chief to seek changes to her EU withdrawal agreement, days after another defeat from her own lawmakers and as businesses brace for a no-deal Brexit on March 29.
UK government defeated as MPs vote for quick action if Brexit deal rejected
The British government was defeated in Parliament on Wednesday as members of Parliament voted for a procedural change that reduces the time it has to come up with an alternative plan if Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal is defeated next week.
May accused of misleading MPs over Brexit deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May was accused on Wednesday of misleading MPs over her Brexit deal as her government published legal advice likely to increase opposition to the agreement ahead of a crucial vote next week.
UK’s Labour will try to topple May if Brexit deal rejected
Britain’s opposition Labour Party is ramping up the pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May, saying it will call a no-confidence vote in the Conservative leader if Parliament rejects her Brexit deal on Dec. 11.
US, UK reach new post-Brexit deal on air services
The United States and Britain have reached a deal on a new open skies aviation agreement to govern air travel after the UK exits the European Union, the two governments said on Wednesday.
Brexit deal will cost UK £100b by 2030
The government's Brexit deal would leave the UK £100 billion a year worse off by 2030, analysis by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (NIESR) has claimed.

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