A "bunch of friends, unaffiliated to any political party or Brexit group," as they described themselves on Crowdfunder, Led by Donkeys, have successfully managed to mock senior government officials for their misleading, contradictory and ill-informed on all this Brexit statements, shared before and after the 2016 referendum Eurosceptic Conservative MP Jacob Rees-Mogg, who has recently made a U-turn on his position over Theresa May's Brexit deal, was left red-faced when his recent tweet on leaving the EU was placed on a billboard next to a fierce comeback. Yesterday @Jacob_Rees_Mogg tried to justify why he now supports May's Deal. @ericabuist owned him. pic.twitter.com/IzijyM2ku8 — Led By Donkeys (@ByDonkeys) March 28, 2019 A message shared by former UK Prime Minister David Cameron, who agreed to hold the 2016 referendum and "started Brexit," was also shamed by the … [Read more...] about “Brexit-Shamed” UK Politicians Exposed for ‘Forgotten Lies’ in Giant Displays
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That's what will essentially happen, Leadsom added, describing the current prospect for the Prime Minister Theresa May and her ministers. © AFP 2018 / Tolga AKMEN UK Lawmakers Reject Amendment Calling on Gov't to Delay BrexitThe PM has suffered yet another defeat on Thursday, when the Parliament defeated the motion that would have required the government to immediately open negotiations to extend the Article 50 period by at least three months, the motion to reaffirm support for May's plan to seek changes to her deal, and the motion — proposed by Jeremy Corbyn — to set a deadline of 27 February for the government to hold a vote on their deal or make a statement that there's no agreement and allow MPs to vote on how to proceed. Commenting on the vote in the House of Commons, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said on Friday that UK lawmakers don't … [Read more...] about Brexit Latest: UK Crash Out Most Likely, as Irish-EU Solidarity Bond Unbreakable
Kristian Rouz — Britain is bracing itself for exiting the EU on 29 March, and some economists have pointed out that UK companies could avoid paying some $1.5 bln in EU taxes this year. These taxes are expected as part of a possible Brexit deal; however, the UK Parliament, the cabinet of Prime Minister Theresa May, and EU negotiators are still struggling to strike an agreement, and a 'no-deal' Brexit could mean the UK might exit the bloc without paying the hefty divorce fee. © AFP 2018 / ANIEL LEAL-OLIVASUK Chancellor Warns No-Deal Brexit Could Disrupt Economy in Near-TermThe EU has been preparing a $1.5-billion tax bill for dozens of British enterprises operating on both sides of the English Channel. Brussels suspects these companies of getting illegal tax breaks over the course of several years, and European courts are expected to rule in favour of the European Commission's … [Read more...] about UK To Save $1.5 Bln in EU Tax Payments in Case of ‘No-Deal’ Brexit
After March 29, passengers travelling to Europe will be subject to numerous changes as the UK leaves the European Union . While it is uncertain exactly what deal will be struck, it has been made clear that a no-deal Brexit could be a possibility. If a no-deal Brexit goes through, UK passport holders will need to have a minimum of sixth months left on their passport in order to visit much of Europe. And with the March 2019 date of departure from the European Union drawing ever nearer, Brits are now being told to make sure passports in their final year of being valid are renewed as soon as possible to avoid the prospect of being barred. To clarify the situation, the government has launched a free tool to help you check if you have enough time on your passport to travel to Europe in the event of a no-deal. The service is available on the Gov.uk website - here's what you have to do. Enter the country you plan of visiting Enter the date you plan on travelling Input … [Read more...] about This is how to check if your passport will be valid after Brexit
EU countries to swap their UK driving licences for a local licence before 29th March 2019 in order to prepare for a no-deal Brexit, writes Sue Fletcher. The latest advice on the Government’s website states: “If the UK leaves the EU without a deal on 29 March 2019, you will not be able to exchange your driving licence without taking another driving test.” For the full text see: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/prepare-to-drive-in-the-eu-after-brexit/requirements-for-all-uk-citizens-driving-abroad-from-29-march-2019 Swapping a UK driving licence as an EU citizen requires a trip to your local IMT. You cannot do this through a driving school, but subsequent renewals can be processed through a driving school, or online, which might save a lot of travelling in the future. Take with you; UK licence FiscalNumber Passport Residency certificate 'Fit to drive' medical certificate from your Portuguese GP Proof of your address (e.g. utility bill) IMT staff … [Read more...] about Brexit – swap your Driving Licence now!