BERLIN (Reuters) – Time is ticking on Brexit negotiations between Britain and the European Union and there is real urgency to make progress, a German government spokesman said on Monday.
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LONDON (Reuters) – British employers expect to raise pay for their workers only a little despite strong demand for staff and already low unemployment, according to an industry survey that suggested no
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LONDON (Reuters) – The European Union agreed that Britain would not have to come up with a figure for a financial deal to leave the bloc before moving talks on to discuss a trade deal, Brexit minister
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FRANKFURT (Reuters) – The European Central Bank is happy to start supervising clearing houses in the wake of Brexit but is keen to ensure this does not interfere with its monetary policy, an ECB
DUBLIN (Reuters) – The best way to avoid the return of a “hard” border between Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland after Britain quits the European Union is to continue to apply the