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IPPR proposes creation of  ‘shared market’ for UK and EU
A think tank is proposing a post-Brexit trading deal based on the UK and the EU sharing each other's markets.
EU opens next Brexit phase, warns of tough talks
European Union leaders agreed Friday to open crucial talks on a future relationship with Britain but warned they would be even tougher than the first tortuous phase of negotiations.
EU leaders launch new phase in Brexit talks
The European Union cleared the way Friday for Brexit talks with Britain to move onto the second stage, which will involve wide-ranging — and potentially far trickier — discussions on their future relationship and trade.
Britain's May urges EU leaders to move on with Brexit talks
British Prime Minister Theresa May will urge European Union leaders to approve an agreement to move Brexit talks on to a second phase on Thursday, describing it as a fair deal that offers a good base for a discussion of future ties.
EU row on refugee quota flares up
A row over controversial quotas for the sharing out of refugees across EU countries broke out on Wednesday on the eve of a summit where leaders will discuss the way forward on migration.
EU warns UK not to renege on Brexit pledge
The European Union’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has warned that the UK cannot renege on the commitments it made during the initial Brexit divorce deal.
UK Brexit negotiator is ‘undermining trust’: EU parliament's Brexit coordinator
The European Union's top Brexit legislator has denounced Britain's Brexit Minister David Davis for his comments that last week's deal between the EU and the UK was merely "a statement of intent."
French far-right charged over EU ‘fake jobs’
France's far-right National Front (FN) has been charged with giving party members suspected fake jobs as assistants at the European Parliament, the party said Tuesday.
EU to toughen Brexit stance on Britain, the ‘gangster’
The EU will harden its position on Brexit trade talks after London said it would only pay its divorce bill if it got a deal, leading European parliamentarians said on Tuesday.
EU launches major military pact to boost cooperation among members
The European Union has launched a massive military pact as it seeks to coordinate policies and projects among member states in the face of alleged threats from the east of the continent.
EU tells Netanyahu no support for Trump’s decision
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took his case to Europe to ask allies to join the United States in recognizing Beit-ul-Moqaddas as Israel's capital, but was met by a firm rebuff from EU foreign ministers who saw the move as a blow against the peace process.
Zarif: EU should not underestimate its capability
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Thursday that the European Union (EU) should not underestimate its capabilities, highlighting that the bloc played a leading role in achieving an essential cognitive transformation during the nuclear negotiation process.
Britain, EU in historic deal to open Brexit trade talks
Britain and the European Union reached a historic deal on Brexit divorce terms on Friday that allows them to open up talks on a future relationship after the split.
Hungarian MEP charged with spying on EU
Hungarian prosecutors have filed charges against a member of the European Parliament from the radical nationalist Jobbik party, in a probe into alleged spying for Russia.
Iran increases its share from EU oil market
Over 40 percent of Iran’s crude oil and condensate exports were ‎shipped to European refineries in November 2017, Oil Ministry announced.

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