kokolevel.comUK PM Theresa May says still believes Brexit deal is 'achievable'United Kingdom Prime Minister Theresa May said Monday regardless she trusts a Brexit deal is “achievable”, in spite of converses with the European Union getting to be stopped on the issue of the Irish fringe. “We can’t give this contradiction a chance to wreck the possibilities of a decent arrangement, and abandon us with the …5
hrw.orgWhat Would A ‘No Deal’ Brexit Mean For Human Rights?The prospect of the UK crashing out of the European Union without an agreement – a so-called “no-deal Brexit” – looms ever larger. If there is no deal in place on March 30, 2019, the residency status of almost five million people will be plunged into uncertainty.
pbs.orgTheresa May says Brexit transition era could be extendedBritish Prime Minister Theresa May came under attack from across Britain's political spectrum Thursday after saying she's considering a European Union proposal that would keep the U.K. bound to the bloc's rules for more than two years after it leaves in March.
insights.som.yale.eduThree Questions: Prof. Paul Bracken on Europe after BrexitThere’s been lots of talk about the effect of Brexit on finance. How are other industries preparing for Brexit? One of the most interesting developments since the 2016 UK vote to exit the EU are the structural changes taking place in Europe. The tech sector is doing quite well, with new linkages and innovation linking the UK with other innovation centers. McKinsey has ranked “digital frontrunners” and the UK is high on the list, along with Scandinavia, Netherlands, and Estonia.
cnbc.comEU's Barnier says Brexit deal 90% done, but Ireland issue could derail it European Union negotiator Michel Barnier said on Friday a Brexit deal with the United Kingdom was 90 percent done, although there was still a chance no accord would be reached due to ongoing stumbling blocks over the Irish border.