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Brexit news - Government lawyers say loss of individual rights consequence of leaving EU | Politics | News | Express.co.uk

Judges procession at Westminster marks start of legal year

Theresa May's Brexit policy: what does it mean for EU citizens in UK and Britons

U.K. Brexit Secretary David Davis will not challenge the December 31, 2020 exit date in writing | Andy Rain/EPA

Scotland's top legal officer has said the Scottish Parliament's consent is needed before the UK triggers Brexit.

Brexit ruling: Supreme Court decision could mean UK leaves EU after next election | The Independent

Ministers promise Brexit 'continuity'

The president of the Supreme Court, Lord NeubergerReuters/Luke MacGregor

Photo: Theresa May will need parliamentary approval to start Brexit, the UK Supreme Court has ruled. (Reuters: Eric Vidal)

Theresa May could try to overturn Brexit court ruling by claiming Article 50 won't affect UK citizens' rights | The Independent

Three million EU citizens living in the UK ¿will be able to stay¿ regardless

Theresa May is preparing to formally withdraw the UK from the EU.

Merkel: Post-Brexit trade deal need not mean 'cherry-picking'

British Interior Minister: “It is appropriate” to distinguish between Brexit and EU citizens

Brexit could tear families apart by risking EU relatives' right to remain, High Court legal challenge warns | The Independent

Christine and Neil Hamilton.

Cliff Richard, seen here arriving at court this morning, denied wrongdoing and was not

The Daily Mail explains the brexit scam better than any one, through the words of Lord Heseltine!

Brexit Video: New Immigration System and UK - EU Citizens Rights

PHOTO: Sadiq Khan attends an official signing ceremony at Southwark Cathedral as he begins his

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain has offered few details about what she favors in the country's break from the European Union.

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A judge is overseeing a preliminary hearing in High Court dispute between Sir Cliff Richard and

Oxford University PhD student Dora-Olivia Vicol from Romania shows her UK Residence Documentation after

The patronising EU Council President Donald Tusk

The ever-increasing hostility between lawyers and the tabloid media reached unprecedented levels today in the fallout from the Miller decision.

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WPA Pool via Getty Images Theresa May is due to make big interventions in the Brexit debate.

Composite of Theresa May, Nicola Sturgeon and Angela Merkel

Last year he wound up his business interests - prompting speculation he would be returning to

EU REFERENDUM RESULTS: Britain votes Brexit, market reaction, analysis - Business Insider

Monique Hawkins decided to apply for UK citizenship because she feared her rights would be diminished

PMQs recap: Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May face off with Tories at war over Brexit and Heathrow

Trump is "psychologically unfit," nuclear tweet is grounds for removal, former Bush ethics lawyer says

Bryony Gordon and Prince Harry discuss mental health

Neil Kinnock warns Jeremy Corbyn: 'Stop Brexit to save the NHS'

BBC Newsroom Live : BBCNEWS : February 8, 2017 11:00am-1:01pm GMT : Free Streaming : Internet Archive

Britain doesn't need to bluff about Brexit

Brexit is xenophobia, and we should react as such

Colin Firth and his Italian wife Livia at the Cannes Film Festival, May 2017.

Dear Andrea Leadsom, shrinking the state is the opposite of patriotism | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian

Lord Neuberger

Singer's solicitor says sexual assault inquiry stretched to 22 months as result of broadcaster's coverage

Anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller has complaints against Express and Mail rejected by IPSO - but Sun meets her and removes article

The case stems from a June 2013 complaint by Austrian lawyer Max Schrems to the Commisisoner

Germany has said Brexit can be cancelled. (Photo via, FNDE, Wikimedia Commons

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Study in the UK

A legal challenge to force Theresa May to concede a second EU referendum has been launched

"His support for the US-UK relationship is very strong. This is a man with whom we can do business." - Nigel Farage on Twitter last night. (Click photo)

Jeremy Corbyn has said the Labour party is “ready” to serve

10 ways to leave EU lover; scenarios for Brexit

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Jeremy Corbyn Plans In-House Lawyer In Anti-Semitism Crackdown On 70 Unresolved Claims Of Abuse

LORD JOHN McCLUSKEY

This "the world's most dangerous man" and likely war criminal is welcomed to England. Why?

Nigel Farage, Leading Supporter of 'Brexit,' Suggests Britain Won't - The New York Times

Supreme Court Brexit ruling recap: Tories promise Article 50 Bill 'within days' after judges give MPs a vote

James Thornton

Money talks: Circling around WPP

Brexit legal challenge: MPs 'very likely' to be able to vote to ratify Brexit, admits UK Government lawyer lawyer

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Theresa May Brexit 12 point plan speech

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Face-off: David Morrissey in Britannia

John Mills

They were invited by the Sussex Seniors, a group of village teams who have had an association with the cricket community in The Gambia for many years, ...

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Home Office letter tells EU citizen to 'go home or go elsewhere'

The best films and TV shows on BBC iPlayer (22nd April 2018)

Brexit secretary David Davis exclusively tells #newsnight he can “live with” a shortened transition period of under two years after Britain leaves the EU if ...

The dust is just beginning to settle on the Brexit result, yet the wider ramifications of the vote are unclear and likely to remain so for some months at ...

Unfilled potholes put lives at risk and have become a symbol of the damage done to every walk of life by spending cuts

Victoria Derbyshire : BBCNEWS : August 25, 2017 9:00am-11:00am BST : Free Streaming : Internet Archive

EU REFERENDUM RESULTS: Britain votes Brexit, market reaction, analysis - Business Insider

Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon brought the case aimed at having the Court of Justice of

The EU chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has called the transition agreement a “

Employers fear Brexit could hurt their ability to find staff with the right skills - Business Insider

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Theresa May Rejects Passporting For City Of London After Brexit

Merkel: the Brexit timetable must be respected

Catalonia's president Carles Puigdemont made the UDI pledge