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20 July 2017 9:00 PM Five more years of EU migration: Cabinet Remainers' victory after agreeing 'soft-landing' transition period that will delay UK getting its borders back

The Cabinet has agreed to pursue a 'soft-landing' transition from the EU that could see free movement continue in all but name until 2022. A senior government source told the Daily Mail that Remainers had declared victory in their battle for a lengthy transition period, despite fears it will slow the process of taking back control of Britain's borders 38

20 July 2017 3:08 PM IN FULL: SARB Governor Lesetja Kganyago announces rate cut

Food and non-alcoholic beverage inflation measured 6.9% in both months‚ with the contribution to the overall inflation outcome unchanged at 1.2 percentage points. Meat prices continued to accelerate‚ and at 13.0%‚ contributed to the downside stickiness of food price inflation. The Bank’s measure of core inflation‚ which excludes food‚ fuel and electricity 177

20 July 2017 2:37 PM IN FULL: SARB Govoernor Lesetja Kganyago announces rate cut

Since the previous meeting of the Monetary Policy Committee the inflation outlook has improved. Food price inflation has moderated faster than expected‚ domestic demand pressures remain subdued and international oil prices have declined. Despite a degree of volatility‚ the rand exchange rate has been relatively resilient in the face of expected monetary 62

20 July 2017 12:38 PM Brexit: UK and EU at odds over 'exit bill'

The UK and EU are still at odds over citizens' rights and the amount the UK will pay to leave the bloc, at the end of the second week of Brexit talks. EU negotiator Michel Barnier said the UK had not been clear enough about where it stands on these issues and that was hampering progress. UK Brexit Secretary David Davis said the negotiations on the so-called 38

17 July 2017 6:00 PM As London feuds, full Brexit negotiations open in Brussels

British businesses are anxious to see a coherent approach in government to indicate early on how a transition would work. BRUSSELS - Britain's Brexit minister pledged to "get down to work" as he kicked off a first full round of negotiations on Monday, but a year after Britons voted narrowly to leave the European Union (EU) their government seemed at war with itself 88

17 July 2017 2:49 PM One Issue That Could Break the Brexit Talks

The rights of EU citizens in Britain, and British citizens in the EU, are suddenly up for negotiation. Representatives of the European Union and the United Kingdom gathered in Brussels Monday to resume Brexit negotiations. The talks, slated to run through Thursday, are expected to cover everything the U.K.’s financial obligations to the standing of Northern 39

17 July 2017 5:00 AM News Daily: Brexit talks and HS2 decision

Brexit talks 'to get down to business' Round two. Brexit talks re-start in Brussels later, with the UK's head negotiator, David Davis, saying it's time to "get down to business". The Brexit secretary added that his "priority" was to "lift the uncertainty" for EU citizens living in the UK and Britons living in the EU about what the future folds. Mr Davis's 46

13 July 2017 8:22 PM Merkel, Macron put defence at heart of blooming ties

Paris - France and Germany agreed on Thursday to begin work on a joint fighter jet, a major advance in their relations designed to underline their united front in the face of fracturing Western relations. Newly elected French President Emmanuel Macron welcomed German Chancellor Angela Merkel to the Elysee Palace in Paris on Thursday for a joint cabinet 255

13 July 2017 6:04 PM Britain takes step towards Brexit with repeal bill

LONDON - Britain published legislation on Thursday to sever political, financial and legal ties with the European Union, an important step towards Brexit but one which the opposition said it would challenge. The repeal bill is central to the government's plan to exit the EU in 2019, disentangling Britain from more than 40 years of EU lawmaking on everything 160

05 July 2017 8:04 PM China Sees Opening Left by Trump in Europe, and Quietly Steps In

He has cemented his closeness to Germany and Ms. Merkel, the woman many consider not just the most important leader in Europe, but also the reluctant, de facto leader of the West. “The election of Trump has facilitated China’s aims in Europe,” said Angela Stanzel, an Asia scholar at the European Council on Foreign Relations in Berlin. “Trump facilitates 42