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Jeremy Corbyn suggests he will order Labour MPs to vote in favour of triggering article 50 - Politics live
The Guardian (blog)
It's possible to do that, but if we don't, that comes with significant consequences, meaning that we will lose seats. There's nothing progressive about not listening to the concerns of the people we have come into politics to represent. This is about ...
For Hunt, the party's overSpiked

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The Independent (registration)

Brexit: UK to leave single market, says Theresa May
BBC News
Theresa May has said the UK "cannot possibly" remain within the European single market, as staying in it would mean "not leaving the EU at all". The PM promised to push for the "freest possible trade" with European countries and warned the EU that to ...
EU politicians and businesses warn May over 'difficult' BrexitThe Guardian
EU wins first round of Brexit battle by 'forcing UK out of single market', former adviser warns Theresa MayThe Independent (registration)
May Sets Out Brexit Vision With Vow to Quit EU Single MarketBloomberg
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The Independent (registration)

Gove defends Boris Johnson over WW2 jibe, saying it's 'witty metaphor' – as it happened
The Guardian (blog)
From Greece to the Netherlands to Sweden to France, the combination of austerity, globalisation and EU policy has hammered social democratic politics. The challenge which [Jeremy Corbyn] faces is not unique to him. All parties are coalitions but what ...
Brexit: Boris Johnson warns against 'punishment beatings'BBC News
Boris Johnson accuses EU of contemplating Nazi-style 'punishment beatings' on Britain in revenge for BrexitThe Independent (registration)
Manfred Weber: Boris Johnson is a
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Hundreds of thousands of retired Britons in EU 'may be forced to ...
The Guardian
Campaigners say pensioners in countries such as Spain will have to go back to UK if they can no longer get free healthcare.

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Ditching EU free movement is a political necessity, says Vince Cable
The Guardian
“There is no great argument of liberal principle for free EU movement; the economics is debatable; and the politics is conclusively hostile,” Cable wrote in the New Statesman. “The argument for free movement has become tactical: it is part of a package ...

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World Politics Review

Trump Slams NATO, Floats Russia Nuke Deal in European Interview
Donald Trump called NATO obsolete, predicted that other European Union members would follow the U.K. in leaving the bloc, and threatened BMW with import duties over a planned plant in Mexico, according to two European newspapers which conducted a ...
Trump Wants to Break the EU. Will He Instead End Up Being Its Savior?World Politics Review
Donald Trump blames dissolution of European Union on refugees — 'all of these illegals'Los Angeles Times
Trump vows to strike post-Brexit deal with UK, rips EU as 'vehicle for Germany'Fox News
Kuwait News Agency -The Guardian -Chicago Tribune
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The Guardian

EU rules already offer a solution on freedom of movement
The Guardian
Potatoes being harvested by migrant seasonal workers. 'Freedom of movement is specifically tied to agreed, contracted employment and recognises the need to balance labour supply and demand,' writes Jon Bloomfield. Photograph: Alamy Stock Photo.

BC-EU--Poland-Politics, EU
Poland's most powerful politician says parliament rules will have to be changed to ensure order and discipline in case opposition lawmakers stage further protests and obstruction. Jaroslaw Kaczynski, leader of the ruling conservative Law and Justice ...

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EU citizens in UK could face 'deliberate hostility' policy after Brexit
The Guardian
EU citizens could have their lives turned upside down with bank accounts closed, employment terminated and rental agreements revoked if their current rights to reside in the UK are not guaranteed after Brexit, a leading immigration lawyer has warned.

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Netherlands 'will block UK-EU deal without tax avoidance measures'
The Guardian
The Netherlands will block any EU trade deal with the UK unless it signs up to tough tax avoidance regulations preventing it from becoming an attractive offshore haven for multinationals and the rich, the deputy prime minister of the country has said ...

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