PROPOSALS to ensure that goods and services currently approved for sale across Britain and European Union can continue to be traded after Brexit were laid out by the government yesterday.
Brexit Secretary David Davis published a position paper calling for goods already on the market to...
Tuesday 22nd Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
IT goes without saying that the Morning Star would far prefer negotiations over Britain’s exit from the European Union to be led by Jeremy Corbyn and his team.
But until Labour replaces the Tories in government that responsibility lies with Theresa May, David Davis and...
Thursday 17th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
The government has been deporting homeless EU citizens with the help of Thames Reach and St Mungo’s, writes DAVID JONES
Wednesday 16th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
ACTIVISTS called for stricter food safety standards and “fundamental” changes to EU agricultural policy at the weekend as a contaminated egg scandal put children at risk.
Campaigners whipped up a storm as spokeswoman Katrien Stragier revealed that Belgium’s food...
Monday 7th Aug 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
EU single market membership frustrates any ability to create coherent, integrated, nationalised industries and utilities based on democratically agreed national needs, write JONATHAN WHITE and ALEX GORDON
DOWNING STREET insisted yesterday that free movement of labour from the European Union will end in March 2019, as the Prime Minister sought to quell ongoing divisions in her cabinet.
Tory dissent continued over the weekend after International Trade Secretary and leading Brexiteer Liam...
Tuesday 1st Aug 2017
posted by Zoe Streatfield in Britain
EU says new US restrictions could jeopardise energy security
Thursday 27th Jul 2017
EU ACCESSION talks with the Turkish government yesterday did little to ease tensions between Eurocrats and Ankara.
After the meeting in Brussels, EU enlargement commissioner Johannes Hahn expressed “very strong concern” about the detentions of a dozen Amnesty International...
Wednesday 26th Jul 2017
If we don’t want Corbyn’s Labour to end up like Syriza then Britain must reject the European market, argues PHIL HALL
Monday 24th Jul 2017
by Felicity Collier
EUROPEAN UNION chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier insisted yesterday that trade deal talks may stall unless Britain is clear about its stance on the bill for leaving the bloc.
Speaking at the end of the second week of talks with Britain’s...
Friday 21st Jul 2017