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UK Labour proposes MPs vote on new Brexit referendum

London - Britain's main opposition Labour party has proposed MPs be allowed to vote on a second referendum as part of a series of options to stop a "no deal" Brexit.

Four on trial in Paris over horsemeat scandal

Paris - Four people went on trial in Paris on Monday over a 2013 meat scandal in Europe that saw millions of meals withdrawn from supermarket shelves after they were found to contain horse instead of beef.

Ireland says UK rules out changes to 1998 peace deal

Apo - Ireland's foreign minister said Monday that Britain has ruled out seeking to change the Good Friday Agreement, after reports that London may try to do so to unlock the Brexit deadlock.

EU sanctions Russia military intel chief over Skripal

Apo - The European Union slapped sanctions on the two most senior officers in Russian military intelligence Monday and identified the two agents accused by Britain of carrying out a chemical attack.

EU sanctions Russia military intel chief over Skripal

Apo - The European Union imposed chemical weapons sanctions on nine Russian and Syrian officials on Monday, including the chief of the powerful GRU military intelligence agency.

British PM promises new EU talks in bid to salvage Brexit deal

London - Prime Minister Theresa May said Monday she would seek further talks with Brussels to try to salvage her Brexit deal, but was accused of offering nothing new to break the political deadlock just 10 weeks before Britain leaves the EU.

Dutch PM says 'no tweaks' to Brexit plan

Den Haag - Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte warned British counterpart Theresa May on Friday that there could be "no tweaks" to the Brexit deal that the parliament in London rejected this week.

Spain, UK agree to let citizens vote in post-Brexit local elections

Madrid - Spain said Friday it had reached a deal with Britain allowing citizens living in both countries to keep voting in local elections as the prospect of a no-deal Brexit looms.

EU slams 'disproportionate' use of force in Zimbabwe

Apo - The EU on Thursday decried the disproportionate use of force by Zimbabwe authorities during protests in which doctors say 68 people suffered gunshot wounds.

Get your act together: Key anti-Brexit campaigner tells MPs

Paris - Gina Miller may be one of Britain's most prominent anti-Brexit campaigners, but even her enemies agree with her on one point: the woeful inability of British politicians to find a way out of this mess.

EU to sanction Salisbury chemical attack suspects

Apo - The EU is to slap sanctions on two suspected Russian agents accused of carrying out a deadly nerve agent attack in the British city of Salisbury, officials told AFP Thursday.

Nervous Europe ramps up Brexit preparations

Apo - Europe is ramping up preparations for the economic blow of a possible "no deal" Brexit, fearing the political crisis in London has killed off hopes of an orderly divorce.

Italy's Berlusconi says he will run for European Parliament

Rome - Italy's scandal-plagued former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi announced Thursday that he will run in May's European Parliament election, in yet another comeback bid for the 82-year-old billionaire.

EU states breaching rule of law could lose funds: Parliament

Strasbourg - European Union countries that undermine the bloc's democratic principles could lose EU funds, under a draft law backed by the European Parliament on Thursday.

UK PM May refuses to rule out 'no-deal' Brexit

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May scrambled to put together a new Brexit strategy after MPs rejected her EU divorce deal, and insisted she could not rule out a potentially damaging "no-deal" split.

France activates plan for no-deal Brexit: PM

Paris - The French government has activated its plans for handling the effects of a no-deal Brexit, which has become "less and less unlikely", Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said Thursday.

Brits in Spain see glimmer of hope in UK Brexit vote drubbing

J - On the sun-drenched eastern coast of Spain where British pensioners and business-owners are uncertain for their futures as Brexit ticks closer, the crushing parliamentary defeat of Theresa May's EU divorce deal has sparked a glimmer of hope.

Britain's 'zombie PM' May staggers on

London - Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May continues her epic struggle to deliver Brexit after winning a confidence vote in parliament on Wednesday.

EU's Barnier: Risk of 'no deal' has never been so high

Strasbourg - EU negotiator Michel Barnier warned Wednesday that the British parliament's overwhelming rejection of a negotiated Brexit deal increases the risk that Britain will crash out of the European Union without an agreement.

British PM faces confidence vote after Brexit humiliation

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May was expected to win a confidence vote on Wednesday despite a crushing defeat over her Brexit deal with the EU that triggered warnings of a chaotic "no-deal" divorce.

EU urges Britain to make up its mind on Brexit

Apo - The European Union urged Britain to decide what it wants from Brexit on Tuesday, after lawmakers massively rejected a divorce deal that took two years to negotiate.

EU urges Britain to make its mind up on Brexit

Apo - European Union leaders urged Britain Tuesday to decide quickly how it will avoid a "no deal Brexit", after the British parliament rejected a hard-won withdrawal deal."I urge the United Kingdom to clarify its intentions as soon as possible.

EU wants end to member state veto on tax

Strasbourg - The European Commission on Tuesday proposed to end the veto power member states have over EU tax matters, an idea rejected by several smaller countries including low-tax hub Ireland.

United in opposition: Vote truce among Brexit rabble-rousers

London - Noisy europhiles and Brexiteers battled beneath leaden skies on Tuesday to make their voices heard outside Britain's parliament, but were united in opposition to the government's deal to be voted on later.

Merkel's 'crown princess' seeks to chart own path

Berlin - Dismissed by some as a mini-Angela Merkel, the new leader of Germany's centre-right CDU party and likely next chancellor has marked the turn of the year by underlining a change in tone from her mentor.

British Jews take German path to Europe after Brexit

London - Two of British opera singer Simon Wallfisch's great-grandparents were shot in mass graves by the Nazis and another died in a concentration camp.

Brexit deal vote: UK parliament's feuding factions

London - The British parliament is split into cross-party factions over the EU divorce deal.Parliament is to finally vote Tuesday on whether to support or vote against the agreement struck between Prime Minister Theresa May's government and the European Union.

British PM faces crushing defeat in historic Brexit deal vote

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May faces crushing defeat in a historic vote on Tuesday over the Brexit deal she has struck with the European Union, leaving the world's fifth biggest economy in limbo.

US Democrats demand answers on EU mission downgrade

Washington - Democratic lawmakers on Monday demanded that the Trump administration explain a downgrade in status to the European Union mission in Washington, calling the quietly implemented decision insulting and counterproductive.

EU intervenes on Brexit deal on eve of UK vote

London - Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday published further assurances from the EU on the eve of a crucial parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal, and warned MPs that rejecting it would lead to "paralysis" that could see Britain stay in the bloc.
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