Britain's May to meet EU leaders Thursday on Brexit
EU president Jean-Claude Juncker will meet Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday, the EU said, as Brussels and London seek ways to save the Brexit deal.
EU fears for Brexit deal after meeting British lawmakers
One of the European Union's most senior officials warned that a no deal Brexit looks ever more likely Monday, after an "inconclusive" meeting with British MPs.
Islamic Movement of Nigeria writes Atiku, seeks Zakzaky’s release
The Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) otherwise known as Shiites has written the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)’s presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar commending him for having a conscience and respect for the nation’s constitution. This followed Atiku’s recent petition to the European Union (EU), United States of America (U.S.A.) and the United Kingdom (UK), in which…
UK says may have to delay Brexit to pass necessary laws
Britain may need to delay Brexit to pass legislation to implement the split with the European Union, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said Thursday.
Pound recovers as markets eye Brexit and Fed
London stocks rallied Wednesday and the pound rebounded from no-deal Brexit fears, while traders awaited the outcome of a Federal Reserve policy meeting and kept an eye on crunch trade talks between China and the United States.
May will seek to reopen Brexit divorce deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May will seek "legal changes" to the Brexit deal she agreed with EU leaders only last month to try to secure the support of MPs, her spokesman said Tuesday.
Flood of complaints to EU countries since data law adopted
More than 95,000 complaints have been filed with EU countries since the bloc's flagship data protection laws took effect eight months ago, the executive European Commission said Friday.
UK, Brexit and majesty of democracy
The British government is currently embroiled in a messy and rather untidy journey into exiting the European Union (EU) two and half years after the British people voted for leaving the regional body. Politicking, intrigues, intra and inter-party maneuverings have dominated the discourse since Prime Minister Theresa May accepted the position in 2016. She has…
UK plays down concerns over Brexit as Sony quits HQ
The British government on Wednesday played down concerns that Brexit is scaring away businesses after Sony said it was moving its European headquarters to the Netherlands amid a bitter political stalemate in London.
EU pushes for crackdown on 'golden visas'
The European Union will urge member states Wednesday to crack down on schemes to grant "golden visas" to foreign investors, warning they bring corruption and money laundering in their wake.