UK, French leaders to meet amid flare-up in post-Brexit fishing row

LONDON/LE HAVRE, France (Reuters) -British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet French President Emmanuel Macron this weekend amid a row over post-Brexit fishing rights in which France has seized a British boat and London has threatened to board French trawlers. The flare-up is part of a wider dispute over post-Brexit

EU tells its states to screen Afghan refugees as security concerns grow for bloc

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Merkel accused of ‘gravely hurting’ German economy by following EU’s ‘failed’ examples

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EU chief’s outburst over Brexit: ‘Dangerous and stupid!’

David Cameron warned EU referendum was ‘stupid’ by Tusk We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you’ve consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info The

EU muscles in on global fishing rules to benefit bloc but throw poor nations under bus

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EU says UK liable to pay 47.5 billion euros to EU in post-Brexit settlement

(Reuters) -The European Union said that the United Kingdom is liable to pay 47.5 billion euros ($56.2 billion) to the EU as part of its post-Brexit financial settlement.FILE PHOTO: British and European Union flags are seen ahead of a meeting of European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and British

EU Settlement Scheme: Deadline for EU citizens to apply for settled status to stay in UK after Brexit looms

Ministers have rejected demands to allow more time for EU citizens to register to stay in the UK after Brexit by declaring: “Don’t delay, apply today.” The deadline for applying for post-Brexit residency under the government’s EU Settlement Scheme passes at midnight, with claims of a backlog of 400,000 cases.

EU growing ‘increasingly irrelevant!’ Varoufakis warns Brexit copycats not biggest threat

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