British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday the European Union must come up with an alternative to her Brexit proposals, saying talks had reached an impasse after bloc’s leaders had rejected her plans without explaining why.
- Prime Minister Theresa May appealed directly to fellow European Union leaders on Wednesday to drop “unacceptable” Brexit demands that she said could rip Britain apart, urging the bloc to respond in kind to her “serious and workable” plan.
The European Union is intensifying its efforts to try and save the Iran nuclear deal in defiance of the US. The bloc is understood to be readying a new payments system for transactions with Iran that will be announced soon. The aim is circumventing US sanctions and allowing businesses to continue trade with the Islamic Republic. Our correspondent Jerome Hughes reports from Brussels.
British Prime Minister Theresa May insisted her Brexit plan was the only alternative to leaving the EU without an agreement – something the IMF said Monday would inflict "substantial costs" on the UK economy.
Europe should take action to neutralize the consequences of the US decision to quit the 2015 Iran nuclear accord to ensure its own long-term economic interests, Iran’s foreign minister said in an interview published on Saturday.
British voters would vote 59-41 to stay in the European Union if given the option after a six-point swing away from Brexit, an opinion poll showed on Wednesday, the highest recorded support for EU membership in such a survey since the 2016 referendum.
The Europe, despite announcing it will not abandon the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, apparently has failed to take an appropriate path by raising Iran's missile issues, the head of Iran Assembly of Experts said on Tuesday, IRNA reported.