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May´s Brexit headaches continue ahead of crunch summit

Theresa May and her European Union counterparts will gather in Brussels next week as efforts continue to find a breakthrough.

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Good Brexit deal with Brussels would create `dividend´...

The Chancellor repeated a claim previously made by the Prime Minister, which has been questioned by critics.

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Crashing out of EU could mean energy crisis in Northern Ireland

The latest tranche of 'technical papers' on the consequences of no-deal Brexit says laws underpinning the power market on the island of Ireland would disappear.

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Brexit backstop must be finite, says Dominic Raab ahead...

The Brexit Secretary said the UK must not be locked into the EU´s customs union indefinitely.

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British PM May struggles to sell at home Brexit deal...

By Costas Pitas and Andrew MacAskillLONDON, Oct 12 (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May struggled on Friday to find consensus on a Brexit plan...

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Crashing out of EU could mean energy crisis in Northern Ireland

The latest tranche of 'technical papers' on the consequences of no-deal Brexit says laws underpinning the power market on the island of Ireland would disappear.

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Britain's EU membership fee 'will go up by £5bn if Brexit reversed'

Gunther Oettinger, the bloc's budget commissioner, insisted the rebate the UK currently receives will not continue even if the country changes its mind about leaving.

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PM fights to push Irish border concessions past her cabinet and DUP

The party's current arrangement to keep the Conservatives in power would collapse without a new leader to 'heal the wounds' and take a 'different direction' on Brexit, the DUP said.

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May pressured as EU says post-Brexit trade deal won't look like Chequers

Chief negotiator Michel Barnier is expected to make clear he is playing hardball by publishing a draft 'declaration' on post-Brexit trade arrangements that falls far short of her blueprint.

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DUP sees possible developments in UK government's...

BELFAST, Oct 12 (Reuters) - There could be developments over the weekend on the British government's position in negotiations over Brexit, the deputy...

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Citizenship? Permanent residence? - Brits in France...

NIORT, France, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Two years of Brexit uncertainty have given British citizens in France sleepless nights and a bureaucratic headache, with...

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DUP predicts `developments´ in Government´s Brexit...

The Northern Ireland party has threatened `consequences´ if the Government does anything which could undermine the constitutional integrity of the UK.

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Britain's EU membership fee 'will go up by £5bn if Brexit is reversed'

Gunther Oettinger, the bloc's budget commissioner, insisted the rebate the UK currently receives will not continue even if the country changes it mind about leaving.

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Ireland warns of `corrosive´ impact of physical border...

The Irish Minister for Foreign Affairs has said a time limit on the back-stop deal post Brexit is a `deal breaker´.

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Irish Brexit backstop must be short and time-limited...

LONDON, Oct 12 (Reuters) - The Brexit backstop designed to prevent a hard border between Northern Ireland and European Union member the republic of...

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UK no-deal Brexit paper warns of complications for...

By Susanna TwidaleLONDON, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Britain has warned operators of electrical power links with Europe that they will need to set up alternative...

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GLOBAL ECONOMY-Crunch time for Italy, Brexit as leaders...

By Philip BlenkinsopBRUSSELS, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Brussels, the political heart of Europe, could prove the centre of global market focus next week as...

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Irish Foreign Minister warns against unfounded optimism...

DUBLIN, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Optimism about an imminent breakthrough in Brexit talks reported in newspapers in recent days is "probably not well founded" and...

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Irish Foreign Minister: Brexit optimism in newspapers...

DUBLIN, Oct 12 (Reuters) - Optimism about an imminent breakthrough in Brexit talks reported in newspapers in recent days is "probably not well founded" and...

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DUP says 'critical' that Brexit backstop is time-limited

DUBLIN, Oct 12 (Reuters) - It is critical that any "backstop" deal between Britain and the EU to maintain an open Irish border be time-limited, the deputy...

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