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Fury as Peter Mandelson offers to advise EU negotiators on how to hoop Brexit talks

BREXITEERS have furiously hit out at Remainer Lord Mandelson after he emerged he secretly offering to help the EU in Brexit talks. The Labour counterpart affianced his faithfulness to the confederation and offering to brief its arch negotiator, Michel Barnier. Lord Mandelson wrote to see if he could advise the EU’s Brexit negotiator In a minute to the EU boss last …

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President Macron on Trump, Brexit and Frexit

French President Emmanuel Macron says France would ‘probably’ have voted to leave the EU, if offering the choice in a referendum. He also suggested what he thinks of US President Donald Trump and either the UK could have entrance to the singular market. He was speaking to the BBC’s Andrew Marr.

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Macron warns Britain it will remove trade entrance after Brexit unless it allows free immigration

President Macron and Prime Minister May. WPA Pool / Getty French boss says UK must accept it will remove trade entrance if it diverges from the singular market. If Britain wants full free trade it must accept open immigration, bill contributions and EU law. He warns that there can be no “cherry picking” for the UK financial sector. Macron leaves …

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Churchill’s grandson backs plans for a ‘Brexit Bridge’ opposite the Channel as experts contend it COULD happen

WINSTON CHURCHILL’S grandson tonight threw his weight behind Boris Johnson’s dream of a cross-Channel ‘Brexit Bridge’ – as experts insisted it CAN be done. Tory backbencher Nicholas Soames pronounced the thought of a 25 mile overpass between Dover and Calais was “absolutely excellent”. Boris Johnson has suggested building a new overpass opposite the English Channel And he panned critics backing …

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Churchill’s grandson backs plans for a ‘Brexit Bridge’ opposite the Channel as experts contend it COULD happen

WINSTON CHURCHILL’S grandson tonight threw his weight behind Boris Johnson’s dream of a cross-Channel ‘Brexit Bridge’ – as experts insisted it CAN be done. Tory backbencher Nicholas Soames pronounced the thought of a 25 mile overpass between Dover and Calais was “absolutely excellent”. Boris Johnson has suggested building a new overpass opposite the English Channel And he panned critics backing …

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Download The Sun’s thespian Bye-EU Tapestry imprinting the ancestral Brexit victory

SUN readers lifted hundreds of pounds yesterday for charities including Help for Heroes as we gave divided copies of the Bye-EU Tapestry. The Sun noted the ancestral Brexit feat with its own take on the Bayeux Tapestry in yesterday’s newspaper, with “Faire Theresa” toppling Brussels bureaucrats. The Bayeux Tapestry is set to leave France for the first time in 950 …

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How the ‘Brussels Effect’ will continue to run Britain’s economy prolonged after Brexit

Protesters call the EU and Union flags outward the Palace of Westminster, London, Dec 20, 2017 Reuters / Peter Nicholls Brexit backers guarantee that EU depart will liberate the UK from the hold of Brussels. The reality is likely to be very different. It comes down the “Brussels effect,” a term coined by law highbrow Anu Bradford which describes the …

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PM loses calm with calls for Brexit rethink after Austria’s new personality quizzes her about second referendum

THERESA May has lost calm with calls for a Brexit rethink after it emerged Austria’s new personality quizzed her about a second referendum. Chancellor Sebastian Kurz brought up the awaiting of another opinion in a call with the PM. May appears to be overpowering of Remainers and their calls for a second vote But Mrs May’s central orator said: “The …

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Ex-minister: Young could remove Brexit

Image copyright House of Commons A future era of MPs will find to “improve or undo” Brexit if it does not work for immature people, a former cupboard apportion has said. Justine Greening – who quit as preparation secretary in last week’s reshuffle – pronounced MPs had a avocation to make certain Brexit was “sustainable”. She was speaking as the …

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Theresa May avoids Brexit better as MPs back the EU Withdrawal bill

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May REUTERS/Yves Herman Theresa May manages to equivocate a rebellion on the government’s executive piece of Brexit legislation. The EU withdrawal check passes the Commons by 324 votes to 295. The bill, which is designed to send EU law into UK law, will now pass to the Lords where the supervision expects unbending antithesis to elements …

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