Half of EU business leaders cut UK investment over Brexit
26 Junio, 2018, 19:47 | Author: Arnold Perez
At least 100,000 people took to the streets on Saturday as part of the largest-ever demonstration of support for a new referendum over Britain's final Brexit deal.
A non-profit coalition called the People's Vote has been lobbying to government for more transparency on the negotiations.
We've got this ideal intersection of GDPR and Brexit colliding and that will force the issue sooner rather than later, ' he said.
A large crowd waving European Union flags and placards attended the People's Vote rally on Saturday afternoon, walking from Pall Mall to Parliament Square.
Protests at Trafalgar Square.
Liam Fox, the International Trade Secretary, infuriated governmnet critics over the weekend after insisting that "no deal remained an option".
But Edwin Morgan, director of policy at the Institute of Directors, said: "Business leaders have every right to speak up about their needs and concerns as we approach incredibly significant negotiations for the future of this country".
Labour is calling on Theresa May to reconsider the British government's Brexit negotiating position in light of the news.
Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain will not stay in the customs union after it leaves the European Union on March 29 next year.
Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson, one of the main proponents of the "Leave" vote, said in a column in The Sun that Britain had voted for "the freedom to bust out of the corsets of European Union regulation and rules" and that there should be a clear and total exit outlined in the final deal.
Earlier this week, the plane-manufacturer Airbus warned that they could leave the United Kingdom if Theresa May's government fail to secure a Brexit agreement that sees the United Kingdom exit the European Union single market and customs union without a transition deal.
There are now just four months left for the outstanding issues - more than 20% of the document - to be agreed on before the October deadline for a Brexit deal.
He added he thought a second referendum was "almost inevitable" as "demographically, younger people are in favour, they want jobs, they don't want to sing Elgar".
In the letter, EFT says Britain can "flourish, even without a free trade deal, because of benefits of leaving the EU".
"They don't want a half-hearted Brexit".
May and her Cabinet are divided over the best way forward on Brexit - and the Prime Minister has delayed, yet again, a clear declaration on what future relations with Europe should be.
The EBA - itself relocating from London to Paris by March due to Brexit - said preparations by banks must advance more rapidly in a number of areas without further delay.
Using his trademark colorful language with a reference to toilet paper, he went on to warn against "some bog roll Brexit - soft, yielding and seemingly infinitely long".
Actor Tony Robinson said he attended as he had a "deep and abiding love for my country".
The move could impact tens of thousands of jobs and costs the British economy billions of pounds a year. 17 million voted for Brexit.
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Salah marca su segundo gol en su despedida del Mundial
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Sean Spicer developing TV show
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