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  • Brexit: UK seeks agreement with EU on citizens' rights

    Failure to reach a deal would lead to "a total loss of rights for British nationals in the EU", a Tory MP says.

    BBC News
  • EU deplores UK 'voting obstacles' in May European elections

    The EU Commission asks why many EU citizens were unable to vote in the UK.

    BBC News
  • EU says reneging on Brexit bill would damage UK economy

    Budget chief linked £39bn divorce bill to UK retaining beneficial relationship with bloc A UK government led by Boris Johnson could not be dragged through the courts if it refused to pay the country’s multibillion-pound Brexit bill, the EU’s German budget chief has admitted, but Britain’s economy, security and universities would be made to suffer. Günther Oettinger, European commissioner for the EU’s finances, linked the settling of Britain’s debts as agreed by Theresa May to Brussels’ approach...

    the Guardian
  • UK foreign minister says EU willing to renegotiate Brexit deal

    British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt, a contender to replace Theresa May as prime minister, said Sunday that German Chancellor Angela Merkel had indicated the EU would be willing to renegotiate the Brexit divorce deal. Hunt, one of nearly a dozen Conservatives vying to succeed May after she resigned as party leader Friday, said he spoke [

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