Map. History of UK conflict

26 Travanj 2018
[email protected]: Commission hopes to convince the UK that it needs to reassess its 'red lines', otherwise UK narrows its options for a future Brexit deal and a "reasonable outcome"
'UK has to face up to the fact that decision time is here' - Phil Hogan addresses the Seanad on Brexit
[email protected]: 'Global Britain' is not realistic: 1) Outside the EU, UK's importance will be reduced 2) Trade deal with the US will be difficult to negotiate 3) Commonwealth is not a cohesive bloc, no single partner 4) It takes average of 7 years to negotiate FTA
EU Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development @PhilHoganEU on Irish border: Deadline to find solution is set for June, if no decision by then, no withdrawal treaty, and no transition Brexit
Northern Ireland Newtownbutler - Police are currently dealing with a security alert.
The idea of the government setting removal targets for illegal immigrants goes back decades - PM May's spokesman
British interior minister faces calls to resign after Windrush scandal
Iran media confirms arrest of British-Iranian scientist and peace campaigner Abbas Edalat; says he was part of 'infiltration network'
Incidents like Skripal poisoning/support for the Syrian government have "created a situation where tensions are higher and relations between Russia and NATO are more difficult than they've been in many years," says @jensstoltenberg. He says that makes dialogue more important
EU officials say May has little over a month to choose whether to leave Northern Ireland permanently aligned with the EU or keep the whole of the UK in a customs union. UK Brexit Secretary Davis told MPs neither would happen
NATO Secretary General @jensstoltenberg adds Syria and Skripal poisoning to list of concerns the alliance has about Russia, as foreign ministers come to town Friday
Labour has been granted an urgent question at 10.30am to ask Home Secretary Amber Rudd if she will make a statement on the alleged use of deportation targets in the Home Office
UK can finalise trade agreement with EU before Brexit, says David Davis
Two Italian men have been charged in connection with an incident before the Liverpool vs Roma Champions League match on Tuesday which left a 53-year-old man seriously injured, Merseyside Police have said
Brexit is pushing talk of a united Ireland back on the agenda
UK Home Office has been hit by more confusion about its immigration policy after a row over deportation "targets"
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UK Brexit Secretary David Davis says nothing in the backstop solution to avoid a hard border will require NI to have different arrangements to the rest of the UK when it is agreed by October
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May dealt new Brexit defeat in upper house of parliament
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Britain says working closely with allies on new Iran measures
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Sky Sources say an announcement is to be made in the next few days about U.S. President Donald Trump's working visit to the UK possibly in July
EU is ready to offer a better trade deal than it gave Turkey if Britain stays in customs union
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UK PM: Rudd will set out compensation. The hotline is for people to get documents - it's not there to find people for deportation
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PM @theresa_may on customs union: As seen during Commonwealth Summit, there is considerable interest in independent free trade deals between UK and third parties remaining in a customs union would not allow UK to negotiate these deals
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PM @theresa_may: There is a difference between Windrush generation case and post-Brexit settled status system for EU citizensthe problem should not occur in relation to EU citizens
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PM @theresa_may: During Brexit transition period, UK's share of catch cannot be reduced, and after Dec. 2020 UK will be independent coastal state
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Corbyn calls on Theresa May to end "hostile environment" policy and scrap "bogus" targets on immigration numbers
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Corbyn calls for @AmberRuddHR to resign as Home Secretary, telling she "inherited a failing policy and made it worse"
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Sky ends support for takeover bid from 21st Century Fox
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[email protected]_may: Businesses want tariff free frictionless borders, and that is what the UK is negotiating for Brexit
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UK PM May: The Windrush generation has a right to be British. They are part of us. We are taking action against those here illegally. The Windrush generation are here legally. Steps against those here illegally have been taken by successive governments - including Labour
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UK PM May: The Windrush generation are here legaly. There are people who are here illegally. The Labour Party have agreed on the need to clamp down on illegal immigration. The British public will say we should deal with illegal immigration
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UK PM May: We are not bereft of ideas. Scottish government needs to listen to businesses who say that Scotland needs to stay in UK single market
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UK PM May: Salisbury is safe for residents and visitors
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PM @theresa_may: It is disappointing that Scottish government has not yet given agreement to EU Withdrawal Bill Brexit
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