The speech, entitled "Our Future Partnership", was an attempt to settle doubt over how Britain sees its future outside the EU and its economic architecture and to try to ease frustrations in Brussels over what they say is a lack of detail.
Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain will leave the EU on March 29, 2019 and that there will not be a rerun of the referendum, though opponents of Brexit want another vote.
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The European Commission had proposed permitting the use of phosphates in frozen kebab meat to reflect current practice.
Dominic Grieve, the former attorney general, has tabled an amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill, on which MPs will vote on December 13.
On Sunday, Davis told the BBC that a preliminary agreement reached in negotiations with Brussels on the future of the Irish border was "a statement of intent"
Once international brewers might turn to bucolic words like "Shire" when naming English-style beers, but there's now a new term fast gaining prominence: "Brexit."
The "paradigm shift" of Brexit will render forecasts useless, David Davis has said as he admitted the government had not conducted a formal impact assessment on leaving the EU.
Warning is accompanied by new figures that show the industry's growing dependence on a ready supply of young workers from other EU states.
While many more people are still entering the U.K. each year than leaving, the number—expressed as a "net migration" figure—has dropped by the largest amount ever recorded
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Whether someone holds xenophobic views is strongly linked to whether they voted for Brexit even after controlling for their education level, age or gender, a study says.
Kate Hoey, Labour MP for Vauxhall, told the BBC's Today programme on 27 November that "We're not the ones who are going to be putting up the physical border."