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She holds the key to the Brexit deadlock. But will Arlene Foster dare use it? | Katy Hayward
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/sep/22/brexit-arlene-foster-dup-leader-europe
#NorthernIreland #Ireland #Brexit #UKnews #Europe #EuropeanUnion #Foreignpolicy #Politics
 
Downing Street tells Brussels negotiators documents must not be shared with 27 states

Downing Street’s secrecy over its “underwhelming” Brexit proposals has caused a fresh rupture in the negotiations in Brussels.

The row centres on a demand that the EU’s negotiating team treat a long-awaited cache of documents outlining the UK’s latest ideas as “Her Majesty’s government property”.
Fresh Brexit talks row as UK asks EU to keep its proposals secret
#Brexit #EuropeanUnion #Foreignpolicy #Politics #UKnews #Europe #Worldnews
 
MPs warned they will be blamed for NHS privatisation and job losses under any Johnson deal

The People’s Vote campaign has issued a warning to Labour MPs tempted to vote for any Brexit deal struck by Boris Johnson that they would be held responsible for a rightwing assault on Britain’s public services and economy.

The campaign circulated a dossier warning that a Johnson deal would lead to a “bonfire of rights”, as it emerged that two Labour MPs, Stephen Kinnock and Caroline Flint, had led a delegation to meet EU negotiator Michael Barnier on Thursday to discuss their potential support for a withdrawal deal.
People's Vote tells Labour MPs not to back a Johnson Brexit deal
#Brexit #MargaretBeckett #Labour #StephenKinnock #CarolineFlint #BorisJohnson #EuropeanUnion #Europe #Foreignpolicy #Politics
 
Heather Stewart is joined by Polly Toynbee, Ryan Shorthouse and Stewart Wood to discuss the latest on the supreme court prorogation hearing and Brexit negotiations, as well as party conference season

As the supreme court grapples with the question of whether Boris Johnson’s prorogation of parliament was justified or not, the EU is still grappling with prime minister’s mystifying position on Brexit.

Now it looks as though the EU’s patience has finally worn thin. On Tuesday, France’s president, Emmanuel Macron, and Finland’s prime minister, Antti Rinne, set a two-week deadline to table a plan for replacing the Irish backstop.
The EU takes back control – Politics Weekly podcast
#Brexit #LiberalDemocratconference2019 #Labourconference2019 #Conservativeconference2019 #EuropeanUnion #Politics #UKnews #Foreignpolicy #Europe
 
Poland wants its citizens to leave the UK. It should support those who want to stay | Jakub Krupa
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/sep/19/poland-citizens-return-uk-support-those-staying
#Poland #Brexit #Migration #EuropeanUnion #UKnews #Europe
 
Simon Byrne says his officers could be killed if they had to patrol border checkpoints

Northern Ireland’s chief constable has said his police officers could be killed if they had to patrol border checkpoints in the event of a hard Brexit.

Simon Byrne told the Guardian he opposed officers having to patrol checkpoints on a physical border between Northern Ireland and the Republic and said officers who were already under huge strain would be placed in danger policing any checkpoints.
Hard Brexit would put officers' lives at risk, says Northern Ireland police chief
#NorthernIreland #UKnews #Brexit #EuropeanUnion #Europe #Foreignpolicy #Politics #Worldnews
 
Arkady Rzegocki voices concerns over settled status application process

Poland’s ambassador to the UK has written to 800,000 Poles advising them to “seriously consider” returning home, and expressed concern about the application process for getting settled status in the UK after Brexit.

Arkady Rzegocki said that while the process was straightforward, he was a concerned. “Forty-two per cent of EU citizens who have had applied to achieve settled status have had problems. Many have received pre-settled status,” he said on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme.
Polish ambassador urges Poles to 'seriously consider' leaving UK
#Brexit #Poland #EuropeanUnion #Europe #Foreignpolicy #Politics #UKnews #Worldnews #Immigrationandasylum
 
Brexit: Juncker says risk of no deal 'palpable' as MEPs debate UK's departure from EU - live news
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/live/2019/sep/18/brexit-latest-news-supreme-court-meps-debate-uks-departure-from-eu-live-news
#Politics #UKnews #Brexit #EuropeanUnion #Jean-ClaudeJuncker #UKsupremecourt #BorisJohnson #Law #Europe #Foreignpolicy
 
As further turmoil engulfs the UK parliament, even ardent Brexiteers seem to have no sense of direction (with apologies to Pieter Bruegel the Elder)
Andrzej Krauze on how the Brexit chaos looks from elsewhere in Europe - cartoon
#Brexit #EuropeanUnion #Europe #Foreignpolicy #Politics #UKnews #Worldnews
 
Prime minister makes a mockery of national leadership | Letters
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/sep/17/prime-minister-makes-a-mockery-of-national-leadership
#BorisJohnson #Brexit #Luxembourg #EuropeanUnion #Foreignpolicy #Europe #Hulk #Film #Politics #UKnews
 
US tech giant says Brussels is trying to 'retrofit national law' in Ireland as EU court hears case over 2016 tax bill. #Apple #EuropeanUnion #Ireland #UnitedStates #Business&Economy #Europe
 
Police clearing about 1,000 migrants after court order following complaints about violence, rubbish and smugglers. #France #Migrants #EuropeanUnion #Europe
 
Brussels has been suffering from a London Syndrome since the initial shock of the EU referendum in 2016. Now, three years later, it is high time to move on

British politics in turmoil… again. Since 52% of the Brits voted to leave the EU on 23 June 2016, British politics has been essentially a single-issue game. But so has European politics. This is why, irrespective of whether and when new British elections will be held, the EU should reject any possibility of further extending the 31 October Brexit deadline.

A new extension of another few months only makes sense if a clear and realistic solution is just a matter of time. However, more than three years after the referendum vote, the UK remains deeply divided, at both the mass and the elite level.

Cas Mudde is a Guardian US columnist and the Stanley Wade Shelton UGAF professor in the School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Georgia
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EU commission president says Belgium is no longer a model for successful cohabitation

Jean-Claude Juncker has become embroiled in a row with the mayors of two Belgian seaside resorts after claiming that he speaks German on the Flemish coast because of a growing intolerance of French speakers.

The European commission president is facing demands to apologise publicly over the comments, in which he had lamented a growing division in Belgian society.
Flemish mayors ask Juncker to apologise for language comments
#Jean-ClaudeJuncker #Belgium #Europe #Worldnews #EuropeanUnion
 
The populist rewriting of Polish history is a warning to us all | Estera Flieger
https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/sep/17/populist-rewriting-polish-history-museum-poland-gdansk
#Poland #EuropeanUnion #Secondworldwar #Europe #Worldnews
 
Fears over Lib Dem revoke pledge | Letters
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2019/sep/16/fears-over-lib-dem-revoke-pledge
#LiberalDemocrats #Politics #LiberalDemocratconference2019 #Brexit #UKnews #EuropeanUnion #Foreignpolicy #JoSwinson #Europe #Conservatives
 
Interior minister called to answer to charges including erosion of press freedom and judicial independence

A Hungarian minister has been called to answer to her EU peers for the first time on behalf of prime minister Viktor Orbán about his alleged violations of the rule of law.

Ahead of meeting 26 EU affairs ministers, interior minister Judit Varga said member states should “stand on the basis of law” when scrutinising Hungary’s record. “I expect them to avoid double standards; I expect them to prove this procedure is not a political witch-hunt.”
Hungary faces EU disciplinary action over alleged rule of law violations
#Hungary #ViktorOrbán #EuropeanUnion #Worldnews #Europe
 
Luxembourg’s prime minister, Xavier Bettel, spoke to the press alone after Boris Johnson did not appear at a planned press conference after Brexit talks between the two leaders. A group of protesters had threatened to disrupt Johnson’s remarks.

Bettel said Johnson’s talk of progress in Brexit discussions was unfounded, emphasising that the UK, not the EU, was to blame for the crisis
Luxembourg PM mocks Boris Johnson after PM skips press conference – video
#BorisJohnson #Brexit #Luxembourg #EuropeanUnion #Europe #Politics #UKnews
 
With a no-deal Brexit blocked for now and no general election in sight, is there any way out for Boris Johnson?

“The madder Hulk gets, the stronger Hulk gets,” Boris Johnson said at the weekend.

On Monday Johnson flexed his muscles once more by telling Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European commission, that he will not be asking for an extension at the next EU summit, and won’t accept one if the EU offers it.
What options are left for Johnson? – Brexit Means podcast
#Brexit #Politics #UKnews #EuropeanUnion #BorisJohnson #Europe
 
Boris Johnson 'cautious' at Brexit lunch with Jean-Claude Juncker – video
https://www.theguardian.com/politics/video/2019/sep/16/boris-johnson-cautious-brexit-lunch-jean-claude-juncker-video
#BorisJohnson #Brexit #EuropeanUnion #Europe #Politics #UKnews
 
Chief whip says shared rules on animals and food could be a way to avoid hard Irish border

The Democratic Unionist party has for the first time signalled it is prepared to accept some EU rules after Brexit as long as the local Stormont assembly has a say.

The party’s chief whip said it was looking at regulatory alignment with the EU in the agri-food sector as a way of avoiding a hard border.
DUP appears to soften stance on accepting EU regulations after Brexit
#DemocraticUnionistpartyDUP #NorthernIreland #Ireland #Brexit #EuropeanUnion #Europe #Politics #UKnews #Worldnews
 
Business spending due to decline by 1.5% this year, fuelled by Brexit uncertainty

Brexit uncertainty and a global economic slowdown amid the US-China trade war has set Britain on course for the most prolonged slump in business investment in 17 years, according to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).

Setting Britain on course for weaker economic growth in future, the lobby group said business spending in the UK was due to decline by 1.5% in 2019 and by 0.1% next year as companies put their investment plans on ice amid the global political turmoil.
Britain facing most prolonged investment slump in 17 years
#Economics #Business #Brexit #EuropeanUnion #Europe #Investments #Money #Worldnews #UKnews #EconomicgrowthGDP
 
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