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How will the Brexit transition period work?

How will the Brexit transition period work?

B rexit will happen from Jan 31 at 11pm, no matter whether Big Ben bongs or not . From that point, the United Kingdom will be legally outside of the European Union, but it may not feel much different from life as part of the club because it will be in a transition period for the rest of the year. Here is everything you might want to know about how

What does Boris Johnson's Brexit deal mean for Northern Ireland and trade with the EU?

What does Boris Johnson's Brexit deal mean for Northern Ireland and trade with the EU?

B oris Johnson has negotiated a fundamentally different approach to Brexit, doing away with the Irish backstop in favour of a new arrangement for Northern Ireland that will kick in when the transition period ends in December 2020. He has also given up on Theresa May’s close economic partnership in favour of a more distant relationship based on a Free

UK 'Will Reject' Barnier’s Fishing Water Demands – UKIP Founder

UK 'Will Reject' Barnier’s Fishing Water Demands – UKIP Founder

Negotiations between Westminster and Brussels will officially begin at the end of the month, marking the start of a so-called transition period, which British Prime Minister Boris Johnson claimed will only last until the end of 2020. But will Johnson be left with no option but to walk away without a deal, if the EU demands unreasonable terms? UKIP

'Northern Ireland Can Never Trust the Tories" – Irish Filmmaker

'Northern Ireland Can Never Trust the Tories" – Irish Filmmaker

The offer was made as part of the deal to restore the North of Ireland’s Stormont but earlier the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the government had made "huge commitments" as part of the deal, without revealing a specific number. Irish filmmaker Sean Murray discusses how the Northern Ireland had changed in the last three years without a functioning

UK Civil Service 'In Dire Need of Reform' – UKIP Member

UK Civil Service 'In Dire Need of Reform' – UKIP Member

Negotiations between Westminster and Brussels are set to resume in the coming weeks, and Fox argues that lingering pro-EU sentiments harboured within the civil service could prove problematic in the long run. And as Johnson pledged to sever ties with the bloc by the end of the year, time is most definitely of the essence. But will the Prime Minister