Ruling on Heathrow airport expansion is a setback for the UK’s global trade ambitions.
The Goverment will also “not accept nor agree to any obligations where our laws are aligned with the EU or the EU’s institutions” – including the Court of Justice.
LONDON — The U.K. has not included demands for a financial services chapter in its official negotiating strategy for upcoming negotiations with the EU, despite former Chancellor Sajid Javid previously suggesting it would. The policy paper published today is aligned with the EU position that trading in financial services would take place on the basis […]
British government failed to consider climate change commitments in planning for third runway, judges conclude.
‘We will not agree to any obligations for our laws to be aligned with the EU’s,’ document says.
At the very same time that the Government is orchestrating a comprehensive security and defence review, that comment will have caused grave concern.
Simon Coveney responds to reports of London trying to ‘get around’ Northern Ireland protocol.
The UK is expected to publish its negotiating position on Thursday.
Johnson must not fall for the myth that China is a coming global power, or that it won’t trade with Britain if the Government gets tough on human rights.
The UK’s new immigration plan reveals plenty about the kind of country Boris Johnson wants to lead.
Chart appears to exaggerate the size of UK trade with the EU compared to Japan’s.
Home Office pours cold water on artists’ hopes of retaining free movement between the UK and the EU.
British government tells employers to ‘adjust’ to not being able to recruit low-skilled workers from Europe.
Why the so-called level playing field is shaping up to be major flashpoint.
For the Protocol to work over the long-term, broad-based political consent for it must be gained then retained.
David Frost says UK’s departure would provide ‘huge advantages’ for the country.
David Frost says breaking away from Brussels regulations ‘is the point of the whole project.’
The prime minister had been expected to visit the White House in January.
Fireworks at the end of a long-running battle between aides of the British prime minister and those of the chancellor.
To make the most of the policy’s potential, Government must pair it with a raft of other reforms.
Their negotiating stance is often very aggressive and unyielding. They will seek to cause maximum damage at a critical time.
‘The United Kingdom can settle for less, but I personally believe that we should be way more ambitious,’ Commission president says.
Nicola Sturgeon pushes close ties on first post-Brexit visit to EU capital.
Boris Johnson considering the idea as one option to ’boost connectivity.’
Dominic Raab says talks with Tokyo to begin before spring.
Pierce replaces Kim Darroch, who was forced to quit the post in December.
Irish voters appear more concerned about domestic issues than the prime minister’s international performance.
Even the smallest member country will be able to wield influence over the accord.
‘They chose to leave the EU so if they want to access our market, they will do it under our conditions,’ says French finance minister.
If the Government does not communicate what is involved on its own terms, and soon, it risks inspiring a new political insurgency.