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Brexit: 1m EU citizens in Britain 'could be at risk of deportation'

Brexit: 1m EU citizens in Britain 'could be at risk of deportation'
By Lisa O'Carroll Campaigners say it would take the Home Office 47 years to process applications from EU citizens for permanent residency  The government has been warned that up to 1 million EU citizens living in the UK could be at risk of ...

Verhofstadt Says U.K. Agrees Brexit Talks Should End by Mid-2019

Verhofstadt Says U.K. Agrees Brexit Talks Should End by Mid-2019
By  Richard Bravo richbravo2 - EU Parliament wants negotiations over before next EU elections- U.K.’s Davis meets with Verhofstadt in Strasbourg, France The European Union and the U.K. should begin negotiations quickly on the U.K.’s exit ...

RBS chairman calls on Theresa May to draw up Brexit transitional plan

RBS chairman calls on Theresa May to draw up Brexit transitional plan
By Graham Ruddick, Jill Treanor Sir Howard Davies says banks will not wait for government’s full negotiating position and will move operations out of UK The chairman of Royal Bank of Scotland has warned that banks could pull operations...

Dollar, Mexican peso, stocks topple as Trump heads for White House

Dollar, Mexican peso, stocks topple as Trump heads for White House
By Wayne Cole and Marc Jones | SYDNEY/LONDON The U.S. dollar sank and stocks plummeted in market mayhem on Wednesday as investors faced up to a shock win for Donald Trump in the U.S. presidential election that could upend the global ...

In Brexit Britain there will be no benefit caps for the multinationals Aditya Chakrabortty...

In Brexit Britain there will be no benefit caps for the multinationals Aditya Chakrabortty Aditya Chakrabortty
By Aditya ChakraborttyTheresa May’s deal with Nissan is a foretaste of a future in which welfare will be for businesses, not struggling families Take back control. Those three words now govern our politics. They sum up why Britain is leaving Europe, and they ...

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