• Theresa May surrenders her Brexit red line on taking back control from EU judges

    19 days ago - By Chron

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    European Judges are set to have the final say on key aspects of Britain's relationship with the EU after Brexit.
    The UK government has reportedly agreed to let the European Court of Justice be the legal arbiter on issues relating to the Brexit bill and EU citizens living in the UK.
    Pro-Brexit Conservative MPs described the agreement as "unacceptable."
    The UK government wants to speed up Brexit negotiations in order to avoid no deal.
    LONDON - Theresa May has been accused of an "unacceptable" compromise to the European Union following reports that European judges...
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  • A majority of Leave voters now believe May's Brexit deal will be bad for Britain

    A majority of Leave voters now believe May's Brexit deal will be bad for Britain

    19 days ago - By Business Insider

    More than half of Leave voters and two-thirds of the public now believe the outcome of Brexit negotiations will be bad for Britain, according to a Sky poll.
    Almost four fifths of the public think May is handling Brexit badly.
    The poll shows that dissatisfaction with the government's Brexit approach is sky-rocketing.
    A majority of voters back a second referendum.
    LONDON - A majority of voters who voted to leave the European Union now believe that the outcome of Brexit negotiations will be bad for Britain, according to a new poll.
    The Sky poll found that 51% of Leave voters and 65% of all...
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