Locked content Hard Brexit could cost up to £66 bln a year: Times

The British treasury could lose between £38 and £66 billion a year for 15 years if Britain leaves the EU without negotiating a new trade agreement, according to documents prepared by the Ministry of Finance, which were obtained by The Times newspaper. According to analysis published on Tuesday, the ...

Locked content Poles will be able to stay in Britain after Brexit: Daily Telegraph

All EU citizens living in the United Kingdom will probably be allowed to stay on after the country leaves the EU, reports the Daily Telegraph, based on information from the British Home Office. According to Home Office research, over 80 percent of the 3.6 million EU citizens living in the UK will ha...

Locked content Tusk: Brexit procedures to start in early 2017

European Council President Donald Tusk said that British PM Theresa May had told him that the procedures necessary to initiate Brexit should begin in January or February next year. “She declared that it was almost impossible to trigger article 50 this year but it’s quite likely that they will be rea...

Locked content Waszczykowski: Poland ready for Lisbon Treaty amendment

“Poland is ready, if needed, for the amendment of the Lisbon Treaty to reform the European Union and has the Visegrad Group backing in the issue,” Polish Foreign Minister Witold Waszczykowski told TVN24 on Thursday. According to the minister, the European Union needs to be reformed and P...

Locked content Tusk in Latvia: no UK single market access w/o four freedoms

European Council President Donald Tusk said on Thursday during his visit to Latvia, where he met Prime Minister Maris Kučinskis, that the UK’s access to the single market is conditional on accepting the four freedoms, that is the free movement of people, goods, services and capital. “I k...

Locked content Tusk: Britain should start Brexit talks as soon as possible

European Council President Donald Tusk said on Thursday during his visit to London, where he met UK Prime Minister Theresa May, that Britain should start talks to leave the European Union as soon as possible. “Our goal (is) to establish closest possible EU-UK relations. The ball is in the UK&#...