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Brexit blow as German leader Angela Merkel slaps down Theresa May by blocking parallel talks bid

brexit blow as german leader angela merkel slaps down theresa may by blocking parallel talks bid
The Tory leader wants simultaneous talks on a new UK-EU trade relationship alongside those on the terms of Britain's withdrawal but Merkel has rejected the idea.
Daily Record

Brexit – What Next? The Andrew Neil and Gordon Brewer Interviews

brexit – what next? the andrew neil and gordon brewer interviews
Andrew Neil interviews Prime Minister Theresa May and Scottish politicians give their reaction on the historic day when the UK begins its departure from the EU.
BBC News

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News video: Pro-EU protesters gather outside Westminster

Pro-EU protesters gather outside Westminster 00:30

As British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to Members of Parliament inside the House of Commons having triggered Article 50 to begin the process of leaving the European Union, protesters gather..
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News video: 'We want the UK to remain a strong leader': White House

'We want the UK to remain a strong leader': White House 00:28

White House Spokesman Sean Spicer says the Trump administration 'respects' the UK's decision to leave the European Union. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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News video: U.K. Prepares To Officially Begin Divorce From The European Union

U.K. Prepares To Officially Begin Divorce From The European Union 00:35

On Wednesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May officially triggered the divorce clause from the European Union. This marks the two-year countdown to the U.K.'s complete exit. This historic moment..
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News video: Theresa May departs Downing Street to trigger Brexit

Theresa May departs Downing Street to trigger Brexit 00:34

Prime Minister Theresa May departs Downing Street as she prepares to file the UK's Brexit divorce papers on Wednesday. Rough cut (no reporter narration)
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News video: UK Prime Minister Theresa May officially triggers Brexit

UK Prime Minister Theresa May officially triggers Brexit 01:50

UK Prime Minister Theresa May speaks in the House of Commons to file formal Brexit divorce papers, pitching the United Kingdom into the unknown and triggering years of uncertain negotiations that will..
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Berlin rejects parallel trade talks with Britain during Brexit negotiations

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has appeared to harden her stance on Brexit, ruling out Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan for trade talks alongside the UK’s negotiations to exit the…
euronews

Theresa May promises Scotland 'significant' extra powers as Sturgeon referendum timetable suffers blow


Telegraph.co.uk

PM's "constructive" Brexit tone welcomed, but questions emerge on security

pm's "constructive" brexit tone welcomed, but questions emerge on security
Prime Minister Theresa May's Article 50 announcement has been welcomed by politicians in London and Brussels, even as new questions emerge from her letter to EU Council president Donald Tusk. May..
City A.M.

Your guide to Article 50: Its impact on Bristol house prices, bills and what happens next?

your guide to article 50: its impact on bristol house prices, bills and what happens next?
Theresa May told MPs “there was no turning back” after invoking Article 50. However, Lord John Kerr believes otherwise – and he wrote the thing
Bristol Post

European shares rise in "relaxed" reaction to Brexit day

Prime Minister Theresa May formally began Brexit proceedings on Wednesday, notifying EU Council President Donald Tusk that Britain is leaving the bloc it joined in 1973.
DNA

UK government bonds rally as Theresa May initiates Brexit process

British government bonds rallied to their highest in almost a month after Prime Minister Theresa May formally started Brexit.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Brexit letter to trigger EU divorce arrives in Brussels

brexit letter to trigger eu divorce arrives in brussels
Theresa May vowed to forge a 'bright future' for Britain today as our historic EU divorce letter was finally delivered - including a stark warning to Brussels that trying to punish the UK would be a..
MailOnline India

Europe's Leaders Are Taking The Brexit Breakup Hard

The United Kingdom on Wednesday formally began the process of leaving the European Union, and Europe’s leaders have reacted to the breakup with a mix of sorrow and insistence that the EU will stay..
Huffington Post

UK Formally Announces Britain Will Leave European Union Within Two Years

Theresa May is now urging the country to come together, in the aftermath of the controversial Brexit vote.
cbs4.com

The next phase of Brexit is about to start. Here are four things to watch.

the next phase of brexit is about to start. here are four things to watch.
British Prime Minister Theresa May submitted a letter triggering "Article 50" today, kicking off the formal process for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.Divorces can be messy - and drawn..
New Zealand Herald

UK officially triggers 'divorce' from European Union

uk officially triggers 'divorce' from european union
Theresa May has officially triggered Article 50 today, launching two years of negotiations that will end with Brexit in 2019.The letter informing the European Council of Britain's intention to leave..
New Zealand Herald

Members of the public share their views on Article 50 being...

members of the public share their views on article 50 being...
Nine months later and Theresa May has invoked Article 50 - and some readers have had their say. A controversial topic that has divided opinions up and down the country. Britain has now left the..
Grimsby Telegraph

What you need to know on Wall Street today

what you need to know on wall street today
*Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours.* There have historically been two dominant tribes on Wall Street. There's the sell side, the..
Business Insider

London banks tell staff to keep cool as Brexit goes forward

Banks in Britain have tried to reassure their London staff over possible Brexit disruption, including a shift in jobs to continental Europe, as Prime Minister Theresa May triggered formal EU divorce..
S.China Morning Post

Of course no deal is better than a bad deal – I hope Theresa May has not abandoned this stance


Telegraph.co.uk


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