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May opponents launch nation-wide campaign to discard Brexit plan
Opponents of UK Prime Minister Theresa May have launched a nation-wide campaign to have her controversial plans for leaving the European Union discarded.
British PM faces surging party dissent against Brexit plan
British Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a new challenge in her attempts to go through with negotiations to bring Britain out of the European Union as some 80 members of her Conservative Party have announced she should either revise her Brexit strategy or face a party rebellion.
Britons would vote to stay in EU: Poll
Most Britons would choose to stay in the European Union if given the option again, according to a new opinion poll.
British people would now vote 59-41 to stay in EU: Poll
A new opinion poll has shown that support for EU membership has reached a record high in Britain, with nearly 60 percent of voters saying they would now vote to stay in the European Union.
Draghi reiterates monetary policy while  emphasizing importance of unified european union
Overall, it was a ‘cheerleading’ speech with Draghi emphasizing the accomplishments of the ECB and the importance of the European Union unifying against the threat of increased protectionism in order to promote economic prosperity.
Airbus threatens to leave UK if Brexit happens without deal
Aviation giant Airbus has threatened that it could leave the United Kingdom if the country exits the European Union (EU) without a transition agreement.
UK Trade Minister Liam Fox says ‘zero’ chance of stopping Brexit
UK Trade Minister Liam Fox says a vote in Britain’s parliament on Wednesday closed the door for good on any chance of the country staying in the European Union.
Amid refugee policy discord, Merkel urges European unity
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called on the European Union (EU)’s member countries to overcome their differences and take a unified approach to the bloc’s refugee crisis.
EU lawmakers push to toughen screening of foreign investments
Lawmakers in the European Parliament approved a far-reaching proposal calling for greater scrutiny of foreign investments, part of a bid to respond to a flurry of Chinese acquisitions in the European Union.
Turkish court refuses to release two jailed Greek soldiers
A Turkish court has ruled that two Greek soldiers charged with espionage and illegally entering the country must remain in jail despite pressure from the European Union for their release.
More Britons support no-deal Brexit: Poll
More than a third of British voters say they would support leaving the European Union without striking any deals with the bloc, a new poll has found.
UK's Brexit minister says there is no plan to leave Brexit talks
Britain’s Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, David Davis, says his country has no plans to walk away from talks despite that there is little hope for progress at this week’s EU summit.
EU's Juncker calls 'corruption' main problem in Ukraine
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has cited “corruption” as the main factor hampering the European Union’s efforts to build trade ties with Ukraine.
European Union marks 60th anniversary in Rome as Brexit looms
European Union leaders will renew their vows on the 60th anniversary of the troubled bloc’s founding treaties Saturday at a special summit in Rome designed to show unity despite Britain’s looming divorce.
Merkel would welcome South American trade deal with EU
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said she would welcome a free trade agreement between South America and the European Union, further signaling her rejection of the protectionist stance being taken by US President Donald Trump.

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