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Amber Rudd denies UK threat of 'withholding intelligence' unless EU deal is reached

Home Secretary Amber Rudd denied any suggestion of ‘a threat’

HOME Secretary Amber Rudd has denied the Government are blackmailing the EU, after the letter triggering Article 50 seemed to imply Britain would withhold intelligence about terrorist threats, unless the UK received favourable terms in a trade deal.

12:00am Thursday 30 March 2017

No going back: Europe reacts as May triggers Article 50

European Council president Donald Tusk with May's letter

BRITAIN is leaving the EU.

12:00am Thursday 30 March 2017

‘EU transition arrangement to end by 2022’

EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier arrives at the EU summit in Brussels

THE UK will not be given a free trade deal by the EU in the next two years, and a transition arrangement to cushion its exit after 2019 can last no longer than three years, a European Parliament resolution has stated, in the first official response…

12:00am Thursday 30 March 2017

SNP tell Theresa May at Prime Minister's Questions that independence is ‘inevitable’

The SNP's Angus Robertson responded to the PM's calls that Brexit was a 'unique opportunity'. Photograph: PA

THERESA May has been told independence is “inevitable” if she continues to deny people in Scotland a choice on the country’s constitutional future.

12:00am Thursday 30 March 2017

May slammed for going to Scotland instead of focusing on Stormont crisis

The locked gates of Stormont. Photo credit: Niall Carson/PA Wire

THERESA May was accused of “not batting an eyelid” over the threat to the peace process as she opted to travel to Scotland rather than getting involved in resolving talks in Belfast over rebuilding the devolved assembly at Stormont.

9:56am Tuesday 28 March 2017

May slammed over going to Scotland instead of focusing on Stormont crisis

Colum Eastwood, leader of SDLP  said May displayed “arrogance” for continuing her tour of the UK ahead of triggering article 50

THERESA May was accused of “not batting an eyelid” over the threat to the peace process as she opted to travel to Scotland rather than getting involved in resolving talks in Belfast over rebuilding the devolved assembly at Stormont.

12:00am Tuesday 28 March 2017

Goodbye EU – May triggers Article 50 as argument brews over the rights of EU citizens

Theresa May signed the letter that will be delivered to Donald Tusk to start the Brexit process. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty

IT is the beginning of the end of Britain’s membership of the EU today, with Theresa May triggering Article 50, the formal process for leaving Brexit.

12:00am Wednesday 29 March 2017

London attacker was subject of M15 ‘extremism’ probe, says May

People gather in Trafalgar Square last night, as police confirmed that a 75-year-old man had also died. Three victims have been named as PC Keith Palmer, US tourist Kurt Cochran and Aysha Frade, who worked at a local school Photograph: Jack Taylor/Getty

THE man being held over the London terror attack was known to the police and had been investigated by M15 for “violent extremism”.

12:00am Friday 24 March 2017

Alison Thewliss: How the Tories have tried to thwart my campaign against the rape clause

Thewliss: Hit a brick wall

THE UK’s oldest Rape Crisis centre will refuse to help officials implement the so-called “rape clause”, it has emerged. The board, management and staff of Rape Crisis Glasgow will not cooperate with the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) by…

12:00am Saturday 25 March 2017

Fox urged to end secrecy on CETA trade deal

Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh

THE UK Government must be “up front” about a major transatlantic trade deal as the EU prepares to put it into force “within weeks”, it is claimed.

12:00am Tuesday 28 March 2017
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