Schlagwörter » Michel Barnier

David Davis says Brexit divorce will become UK law after avalanche of criticism from Brussels

David Davis

The Telegraph

By James Rothwell, Brexit correspondent and  James Crisp, brussels 

12 DECEMBER 2017 • 7:12PM

David Davis was forced to change tack on the legality of the Brexit deal on Tuesday as he admitted the agreement would become British law as „soon as possible“ following an avalanche of criticism from EU officials for comments he made this weekend. 526 weitere Wörter

Britain rejected the EU, and the EU is loving its new life

Brussels, Belgium

The day after Britain voted to leave the European Union, people were weeping in the European Commission’s headquarters. The city of Brussels, the EU’s capital, spent weeks in a state of shock and anxiety. 1.193 weitere Wörter

The two biggest problems posed by Brexit for the US are rarely spoken about

Britain faces huge economic headwinds when it comes to Brexit as it spends just over 15 months trying to negotiate a deal on exiting the European Union.  457 weitere Wörter

Pluses and Minuses

Can trade deals be fashionable? The agreement struck between the EU and Canada last year, known as CETA, certainly seems to be in vogue.

Vilified at the time by anti-globalisation activists, it has now become the key reference point for the upcoming Brexit talks. 338 weitere Wörter


UK won't pay Brexit bill if no trade deal agreed: Davis


© AFP | Britain’s chief Brexit negotiator David Davis (left) and his EU counterpart Michel Barnier

LONDON (AFP) – Brexit Secretary David Davis said Sunday Britain will not honour financial commitments agreed this week with the European Union if they fail to secure a future trade deal, contradicting finance minister Philip Hammond.“No deal means that we won’t be paying the money,“ he told the BBC. 243 weitere Wörter

This first Brexit Agreement is an affront to logic and good sense (made by the UK to itself)

In social sciences there’s a methodological approach called “rational choice theory” which implies that each individual makes choices in a rational way therefore analysing costs and benefits and doing what it’s best for her/himself. 476 weitere Wörter


Brexit: European Commission recommends sufficient progress to the European Council (Article 50)

The European Commission has today recommended to the European Council (Article 50) to conclude that sufficient progress has been made in the first phase of the Article 50 negotiations with the United Kingdom. 518 weitere Wörter