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UK to activate its own sanctions regime after Brexit?

Britain is preparing to activate a new post-Brexit sanctions regime, Financial Times reported, citing British government insiders. According to the newspaper, individuals likely to be targeted in the first wave of asset freezes …

Johnson: UK to leave EU on January 31, 2020

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union by January 31, 2020. "We will get Brexit done on time by the 31st of January, no ifs, no buts, no maybes," …

Brexit: Boris Johnson to try for 12 December election

Boris Johnson has said he will give MPs more time to debate his Brexit deal, but only if they agree to a 12 December general election, BBC reports. The prime minister told the BBC he expected the EU to grant an extension to his 31 …

British MPs reject Johnson’s Brexit law

The British parliament rejected Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s three-day Brexit legislation timetable by 322 votes to 308 yesterday evening. After agreeing a last-minute Brexit deal with the EU last week, …

EU ready to delay Brexit if London wants

EU leaders have left open the option of extending Brexit beyond 31 October if the new deal is voted down by the Commons. President of the European council Donald Tusk said the issue of an extension was for a later date. "If there …

Macron: Brexit deal 'appears to be positive'

The French president says the deal agreed between the UK and EU “appears to be positive”, The Connexion reports. However he told journalists that it is necessary to “remain reasonably prudent”. Speaking …

Brexit: Special sitting for MPs to decide UK's future

MPs will be called to Parliament for a special Saturday sitting in a decisive day for the future of Brexit, BBC reports. Parliament will meet on 19 October after a crunch EU summit - seen as the last chance for the UK and EU to agree a …