As Brexit talks progress, UK PM May struggles to find support at home
Friday, 12 October 2018 () British Prime Minister Theresa May was struggling on Friday to find consensus on Brexit proposals that would be acceptable to her ministers, her Conservative Party and the Northern Irish lawmakers who prop up her minority government.
According to Reuters, weekend negotiations in Brussels between British and EU officials have not yet produced a final "Brexit deal" for leaders to approve. Some European diplomats following the talks closely have been more optimistic that EU negotiators, saying that by this afternoon, a deal could be...
According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, leaders in the EU is expected to give British Prime Minister Theresa May a tough reception in Brussels, warning her to rally support for the Brexit deal..
Theresa May has called on the EU to come forward with fresh proposals on Northern Ireland and trade, warning that without a move from Brussels it will not be possible to make further progress in Brexit..
A new poll by Deltapoll for the Best for Britain campaign group, finds a majority of decided voters in Scotland and Northern Ireland would back breaking up the United Kingdom if Brexit goes ahead. 52%..
According to Bloomberg, an EU official familiar with the matter said that despite some progress in Brexit negotiations, sides haven't been able to reach a deal... FXstreet.com - MarketsAlso reported by •Seattle Times
The UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, speaking to BBC radio this Friday, said that Northern Ireland backstop is the key outstanding issue in Brexit talks and to... FXstreet.com - MarketsAlso reported by •NPR
Britain's foreign minister Jeremy Hunt said it would be hard to resolve the issue of a backstop to the Irish border problem in Brexit talks without more detail... Reuters - WorldAlso reported by •FXstreet.com
The UK and the European Union are inching towards a plan that could help unblock Brexit negotiations and clear the path to a deal, raising hopes of progress... News24 - BusinessAlso reported by •FXstreet.com