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BBC News

EU Brexit negotiator 'determined' to secure citizenship rights
The Guardian
On Monday, David Davis was put on the spot on BBC Question Time when an audience member told him to do the “decent thing” and unilaterally guarantee the right of EU citizens to remain in the UK after Brexit. The person said: “I work in the NHS. Across ...
Brexit: Theresa May eyes 'special partnership' with EUBBC News
Brexit: Theresa May is backing away from threat to leave EU with 'no deal', believe European diplomatsThe Independent
Trigger Warning: Britain's EU Exit Talks Raise Significant Risks For Politics and BusinessTheStreet.com
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The Guardian (blog)

UK government signals it will block second Scottish independence referendum until early 2020s - as it happened
The Guardian (blog)
He said “until the Brexit process is complete” did not just mean until the UK leaves the EU (by March 2019). He said it meant until any transitional period was over too. Given that most estimates about the likely length of a transitional period are ...
Theresa May and Nicola Sturgeon meet ahead of Article 50BBC News
The Scottish and UK governments should beware the Ides of MarchEUROPP - European Politics and Policy (blog)
Scottish lawmakers to hold independence vote on eve of BrexitDigital Journal

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World Politics Review

How EU Politics Have Turned Greece's Debt Into a Never-Ending Crisis
World Politics Review
In this week's Trend Lines podcast, WPR's editor-in-chief, Judah Grunstein, and senior editor, Frederick Deknatel, discuss what election results from the Netherlands could mean for populist movements across Europe. For the Report, Yiannis Baboulias ...



Evening Standard

Amber Rudd seeks more EU action over online extremism
The Guardian
Her calls to allow security forces to unlock WhatsApp are likely to get a sympathetic hearing from her EU counterparts. France and Germany said last year technology companies should be compelled to ensure encrypted content was available to terrorism ...
Amber Rudd tells EU nations: We must make web bosses clear up extremist contentEvening Standard
WhatsApp must not be 'place for terrorists to hide'BBC News
WhatsApp must be accessible to authorities, says Amber RuddThe Guardian

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PoliticalCritique.org

Poland: Sleepwalking In the EU
PoliticalCritique.org
Kaczyński neither likes nor understands Europe. Much indicates that he is not intending to change that attitude in the future, which creates rather a greater problem for the European political mainstream as it would mean that one of the EU largest ...

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The Independent

BBC under fire for 'lack of coverage' of pro-EU march
The Independent
The BBC has come under fire from some of those who went on yesterday's pro-EU march who claim the broadcaster did not give the event sufficient news coverage. The Unite for Europe march saw tens of thousands of people take to the streets of London to ...

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Reuters

Rise above political bickering, EU urges Macedonia leaders
Reuters
SKOPJE Macedonia needs to rise above political feuding and form a government as soon as possible to unblock the Balkan country's path to European Union membership, the EU said on Tuesday. An EU summit earlier this month placed the Balkans high on ...

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Express.co.uk

REVEALED: Brussels 'secretly promises' to quickly begin EU membership talks with Macedonia
Express.co.uk
In contrast the current Macedonian government is being openly backed by Vladimir Putin, with the Kremlin accusing the EU of meddling in other countries' politics. EU Commission officials were today tight-lipped on Mr Zaev's remarks, insisting that they ...

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Sputnik International

The EU 'Could See Even More Political Tensions in Coming Years'
Sputnik International
EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has warned US Vice President Mike Pence that another war in could erupt in the Western Balkans if the EU collapses. He also urged President Donald Trump against encouraging countries to copy Brexit.



BBC News

EU's chief negotiator challenges Theresa May directly over Brexit talks
The Guardian
In a speech to the committee of the regions, a little-known EU institution intended to give a voice to local and regional leaders, Barnier said that despite his desire for an agreement with London he would not be naive when he sits down with David ...
Brexit: EU summit on 29 April to discuss way aheadBBC News
Article 50: Theresa May to trigger Brexit process next weekBBC News
EU leaders to decide Brexit negotiations strategy at special April summitThe Independent

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