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'Buying homes in London cheaper on stronger rupee vs pound'

'Buying homes in London cheaper on stronger rupee vs pound'

Indians bought homes in London at a 14 percent cheaper price during the March quarter than the year-ago period with the rupee gaining strength against the British pound, according to Knight Frank India.

UK could continue EU peace funding for Northern Ireland after Brexit, Theresa May says

UK could continue EU peace funding for Northern Ireland after Brexit, Theresa May says

Britain will consider replacing some European Union funding for peace projects in Northern Ireland after it leaves the bloc in 2019, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday. 

Ireland Prime Minister Leo Varadkar wants border-free link between Ireland, Britain

Ireland Prime Minister Leo Varadkar wants border-free link between Ireland, Britain

The Irish Republic, which joined the EU on the same day as Britain more than 40 years ago, is destined to share the only EU border with Britain.

 

Ireland says no proposal for post-Brexit sea border with Britain

Ireland says no proposal for post-Brexit sea border with Britain

Northern Irish Protestant politicians who are propping up British Prime Minister Theresa May`s minority government reacted with fury on Friday to a report that Ireland wants the Irish Sea to be its border with Britain after Brexit.

Brexit transition could last until 2022: UK minister

Brexit transition could last until 2022: UK minister

Prime Minister Theresa May has so far insisted that Brexit needs tougher immigration rules, including an end to free movement of EU citizens.

UK wants to avoid cliff edge Brexit but will leave single market, Hammond says

UK wants to avoid cliff edge Brexit but will leave single market, Hammond says

Philip Hammond said it was in the interests of the EU and Britain to have a transition that allows the economies to adjust.

EU to face UK migration curbs with Brexit deadline

Migrants from the European Union (EU) will face similar visa requirements as non-EU migrants at the end of the Brexit deadline, a UK government minister said on Thursday.

Few compromises at Brexit talks; Minister says UK can survive without deal

The European Union and Britain offered few compromises at their first full round of Brexit talks which ended on Thursday.

Few compromises at Brexit talks, minister says UK can survive without deal

Few compromises at Brexit talks, minister says UK can survive without deal

In Brussels, negotiators laid out their opening positions in four days of talks that confirmed some common ground.

UK's Theresa May to warn cabinet ministers over top-level leaks: PM's spokesman

Finance minister Philip Hammond, who has championed a softer form of Brexit, bore the brunt of a series of critical newspaper stories over the weekend about what was said at private government meetings.

''Time to get to work'': Brexit negotiators start first round

''Time to get to work'': Brexit negotiators start first round

The British and EU Brexit negotiators met on Monday, pledging to "get down to work" in a first full round of talks on Britain`s divorce terms from the European Union.

Brexit begins as UK publishes bill to repeal European Union law

It repeals the European Communities Act 1972, which took Britain into the EU and remove the supremacy of Brussels law.

EU court should be guarantor of expats' rights after Brexit

The European Union`s chief Brexit negotiator said on Wednesday there were many differences with Britain on citizens` rights, including on the role of the EU court, that needed to be sorted out before talks on a trade deal could start.

Brexit-bound UK withdraws from fishing agreement

Brexit-bound UK withdraws from fishing agreement

According to government figures, British vessels caught 708,000 tonnes of fish in 2015, worth £775 million ($1 billion, 894 million euros).

Theresa May could walk out of Brexit talks over exit bill: Reports

Theresa May could walk out of Brexit talks over exit bill: Reports

The EU wants to agree with Britain on a formula for calculating how much it will owe the bloc after it leaves before it starts talks on its future trading relationship.

British PM faces vote test in parliament over government plan

British PM faces vote test in parliament over government plan

May will cut short a visit to Berlin to dash back to Britain for the late afternoon vote, underlining her precarious position after she lost her Conservative Party's parliamentary majority in an election on June 8 that she did not need to call.

United Kingdom to maintain duty-free access for developing countries after Brexit

The government said around 48 countries would continue to benefit from tariff-free exports on all goods other than arms and ammunition to the UK and that once it had left the EU in 2019 it would explore options to expand trade relations further. 

 

European Union migrants decry Theresa May's Brexit offer as stingy

In the year since the Brexit referendum, British employers have been increasingly sounding the alarm about the impact on their businesses.

Angela Merkel says EU future more important than Brexit talks

Angela Merkel welcomed the presence of French President Emmanuel Macron, who was attending his first EU summit after winning elections May 7.

 

'Dreamer' Tusk says Brexit could be reversed

European Union President Donald Tusk echoed rocker John Lennon`s "Imagine" Thursday as he said he hoped Britain might still stay in the bloc.