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REVEALED: Merkel is NOT preparing for a hard Brexit despite EU stonewalling on talks

GERMANY'S deputy foreign minister has admitted that the leading European country in the EU has not prepared for a no deal hard Brexit, despite concern that EU inflexibility may force Britain to crash out. Read the full article
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'There's NO choice!' Brexiteer MP warns of WORST Brexit scenario if cabinet don't back May

TORY Brexiteer Crispin Blunt warned that Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet “has no choice” but to back her Brexit red lines or risk an exit where Britain remains tied to the rules of the European Union “indefinitely”. Read the full article
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'It will COLLAPSE!' Tory MP says 'FLAWED' eurozone will fall apart sooner or later

THE EUROZONE will eventually “collapse” because it is “fundamentally flawed” and results in wealthier member states bailing out other poorer countries, warned Tory MP John Whittingdale. Read the full article
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Rise of the RIGHT across Europe SPREADS as TURKEY gets its anti-migrant hardliner

TURKISH hardline politician Devlet Bacheli and his National Movement Party make up the majority of Recep Tayyip's Erdogan's government – but his anti-immigration stance could spell disaster for the country's ambitions to gain full EU membership. Read the full article
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FT Learns How Imports and Exports Work

Must-read letter in the FT today:We are a 95 per cent export manufacturer of high tech instrumentation, so we have a lot of experience in overseas trade. On May 24 the head of HM Revenue & Customs estimated that post-Brexit, import-export may cost industry £20bn extra at UK borders. With £10m of exports, 75 per cent outside the EU, and £1.5m of imports, 85% non-EU, we are in a good position to give a realistic figure for these costs.All imports enter under Inward Processing Relief, and no taxes are paid at the border. Goods may remain in the UK for up to nine months free of duty and value added tax. Duty and VAT become payable if the goods are sold within the EU, but not if they are exported outside. When we sell our equipment to a Japanese company, we invoice free of VAT as an export. It collects ex-works and delivers worldwide, sometimes direct to a customer within the EU. It will invoice without VAT as, being based in Japan, it is not VAT registered. It is that company’s custom…

‘De-facto FAILURE’ EU summit DERAILED by deep divisions between leaders, warns ex-official

A FORMER Italian official has branded the EU summit a “de-facto failure” due to the deep divisions which exist between the EU28 leaders, and blasted their failure to reach a concrete solution on the EU migrant crisis. Read the full article
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New Brexit Blond Bombshell

What’s going on with Nigel’s hair? Think he’s been hanging out with Trump too much…UPDATE: Farage allies deny he has been using a new product.The post New Brexit Blond Bombshell appeared first on Guido Fawkes.
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'From EU Queen to a BEGGAR' - Merkel’s authority in ‘ASHES’ after Brussels summit turmoil

ANGELA Merkel has been branded a “beggar” by a leading journalist after the German Chancellor was forced to obtain a compromise on the European migrant crisis at the EU summit in Brussels in order to stave off a rebellion within the German Bundestag. Read the full article
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Danny Dyer on Dave

Danny Dyer on Brexit. pic.twitter.com/lxf8pEDlC6— Christopher Snowdon (@cjsnowdon) June 28, 2018Danny Dyer tells Good Evening Britain that David Cameron is “in Nice with his trotters up” and should be held accountable for Brexit. The post Danny Dyer on Dave appeared first on Guido Fawkes.
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Lord warns Barnier's refusal to make Brexit progress will have consequences for Brussels

LORD Digby Jones said the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier “hasn’t had to do anything” in Brexit negotiations, warning that the EU’s refusal to make any progress on Brexit will simply result in no deal. Read the full article
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Soubry Accuses Association Chairman of Plot to Oust Her and Reports Him to CCHQ

Anna Soubry has reported her Conservative Association chairman to CCHQ, accusing him of plotting to oust her in order to replace her as the MP for Broxtowe. In a letter sent to her association executive and local Tory councillors, Soubry accuses John Doddy, who himself is a Remainer, of exploiting her views on Brexit to “further your own ambitions to oust me”. She says Doddy has exaggerated the extent of discontent with her among Broxtowe Tories, noting that only one of 17 critical emails sent to the association came from a constituent, and they were not a Tory party member. Soubry says the email campaign against her is “part of a concerted co-ordinated campaign organised by UKIP / Leave.EU” and implies Doddy is in league with a “UKIP infiltrator”. Here is her letter outlining her case against Doddy and her complaint to Tory party chairman Brandon Lewis and CCHQ head of candidates Gareth Fox:Doddy obviously does harbour ambitions to replace Soubry. His claim that 80% of local members …

‘It’s still OUR money’ UK must WITHHOLD Brexit divorce cash if EU refuses trade deal

THERESA May should use Britain’s divorce bill as a bargaining chip in the ongoing Brexit talks and refuse to pay part of it unless Brussels offers a satisfactory deal, a senior economist has declared. Read the full article
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Brexit Britain Wins $35 Billion Contract to Build Aussie Warships

Just breaking in Australia, possibly the biggest #DespiteBrexit yet: British defence giant BAE Systems has won the tender to design and manage the construction of nine anti-submarine warships. The deal represents the biggest peacetime building programme in Australian naval history and is worth $35 billion, or £20 billion. It is being reported that the clincher was Gavin Williamson’s decision to send Royal Navy ships to Australia and the Pacific. Boom…The post Brexit Britain Wins $35 Billion Contract to Build Aussie Warships appeared first on Guido Fawkes.
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EU ON BRINK: Eurozone faces repeat of 2011 meltdown and THIS is why

THE European Union faces a repeat of the 2011 eurozone crisis, thanks to the looming EU trade war with the US and new government in Italy, with current conditions nearly mirroring the events leading up to the financial meltdown, a leading economist has warned. Read the full article
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Bercow Won’t Fly England Flag for Belgium Game Tonight

Bercow confirms that the Cross of St George will not fly above Parliament for the Brexit derby tonight, but it will for future World Cup games. Beaten to it on Whitehall…
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