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The Big Question for More Than Four Million People After Brexit

July 21, 2017 |

After the second round of Brexit talks between U.K. and EU representatives, officials said differences are narrowing on future rights of EU citizens in Britain, but the big question of whose courts enforce any deal looms unsolved.
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Where Will Banks Go After Brexit? Frankfurt Takes Early Lead

July 20, 2017 |

Germany is favored for its stable political and economic environment, a well-educated workforce that speaks English and reasonable costs.
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U.K. Serenity on Brexit Perplexes Brussels

July 15, 2017 |

British government ministers are apparently keeping calm and carrying on in the face of the many challenges posed by Brexit negotiations, showing a lack of urgency that bewilders Brussels, Stephen Fidler writes.
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British Bill Sets Up More Brexit Strife

July 14, 2017 |

The U.K. government published its first draft legislation on Brexit since a June election cost Prime Minister Theresa May her parliamentary majority, marking the first step in what looks set to be a bitterly fought domestic battle
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EU to Press U.K. Over Brexit Divorce Bill

July 12, 2017 |

European officials are set to press Britain to clarify its position in coming days ​on ​European Union demands that it settle a bill ​to ​leave the bloc, as U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson dismissed what he called the EU’s “extortionate” expectations.
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After Election, U.K. Sees Possible Signs of Softer Brexit Approach

July 8, 2017 |

A month after Britain’s election left Prime Minister Theresa May severely weakened, senior government figures are starting to show signs they are open to a less definitive break from the European Union than they previously set out.
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Europe’s Brexit Negotiator Urges U.K. to Show ‘More Ambition’ on EU Citizens’ Rights

June 27, 2017 |

The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator called on the U.K. to show “more ambition” in protecting the rights of EU citizens following the U.K.’s departure from the bloc after London laid out detailed proposals on the issue.
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Britain Shouldn’t Mistake Brexit Talks for Poker or War

June 23, 2017 |

The U.K. government’s apparent conviction that it can bluff its way to success in negotiations with the EU—or prevail with a last-minute, D-Day-style deception—reveals a fundamental misunderstanding, Stephen Fidler writes.
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Britain Entertains Fantasies on Brexit

June 22, 2017 |

Even after Brexit talks began this week with an immediate capitulation by the U.K. government that revealed its lack of leverage, an air of unreality remains in the government how Brexit will happen, Simon Nixon writes.
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Queen Lays Out U.K.’s Brexit, Counterterrorism Plans in Low-Key Speech

June 21, 2017 |

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II laid out the Conservative government’s legislative agenda, in a speech that confirmed Britain’s negotiating aim in Brexit talks and set out the government’s intention to come up with a new counterterrorism strategy.
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