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Brexit: The United Kingdom's withdrawal from the European Union
Brexit was the withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the European Union (EU) and the European Atomic Energy Community at 23:00 31 January 2020 GMT. The UK is the only country to formally leave the EU, after 47 years of having been a member state of the EU and its predecessor, the European Communities (EC), since 1 January 1973. It continued to participate in the European Union Customs Union and European Single Market during a transition period that ended on 31 December 2020 at 23:00 GMT.

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Clashes in N.Ireland after protests over Brexit 'protocol' [Video]

Clashes in N.Ireland after protests over Brexit 'protocol'

Clashes break out in Northern Ireland as pro-UK unionists hit the streets against the post-Brexit "protocol" for the British province

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Daily politics briefing: April 16 [Video]

Daily politics briefing: April 16

The key facts behind the day's headlines on April 16 after talks have taken place about Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit arrangements amid warnings from MEPs that the breakdown in trust could derail..

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Northern Irish loyalists demand changes to Brexit border protocol [Video]

Northern Irish loyalists demand changes to Brexit border protocol

Loyalist Communities Council calls for renegotiated border protocol with European Union member the Republic of Ireland and an end to street violence.

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Belfast in turmoil as Brexit stokes tensions in Northern Ireland [Video]

Belfast in turmoil as Brexit stokes tensions in Northern Ireland

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Northern Ireland Secretary welcomes united condemnation of violence [Video]

Northern Ireland Secretary welcomes united condemnation of violence

Speaking to the media at Stormont House in Belfast, Secretary of State Brandon Lewis welcomes the condemnation of violence from all the Stormont parties and expresses his confidence in the PSNI. Mr..

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Northern Ireland: violence flares over post-Brexit trade [Video]

Northern Ireland: violence flares over post-Brexit trade

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Starmer urges PM to 'step up' on Northern Ireland and address post-Brexit issues [Video]

Starmer urges PM to 'step up' on Northern Ireland and address post-Brexit issues

Sir Keir Starmer has urged Boris Johnson to “step up” and convene all-party talks, as he noted Unionist concerns that the Prime Minister’s Brexit promises are not being kept.The Labour leader, a..

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Loyalist anger at post-Brexit trade rules among factors in NI disorder [Video]

Loyalist anger at post-Brexit trade rules among factors in NI disorder

The street disorder that has flared in various parts of Northern Ireland for more than a week can be attributed to a multitude of factors.

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Anger at police as Belfast sees further night of violence [Video]

Anger at police as Belfast sees further night of violence

Northern Ireland Executive ministers are to meet on Thursday morning following another night of violence on the streets of Belfast and Derry/Londonderry. Minister of Justice Naomi Long says the..

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Daily politics briefing: April 5 [Video]

Daily politics briefing: April 5

The key facts behind the day's political headlines on April 5 as Stormont’s Agriculture Minister raised his concerns over the Northern Ireland Protocol with a representative of the US..

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EU extends temporary fishing quotas with UK until July [Video]

EU extends temporary fishing quotas with UK until July

EU agriculture and fisheries ministers agreed on Tuesday to extend the provisional fishing quotas agreed with the United Kingdom following Brexit

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Brexit 'contributes to fewer daffodil flowers being harvested' [Video]

Brexit 'contributes to fewer daffodil flowers being harvested'

Brexit has contributed to a shortage of flower pickers in the UK, a bulb-grower has said.Ordinarily, Taylors Bulbs in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, harvests around 2.5 million cut daffodil flowers per..

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British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costs [Video]

British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costs

British bands stung by post-Brexit touring costs

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UK looks to Asia in post-Brexit foreign policy overhaul [Video]

UK looks to Asia in post-Brexit foreign policy overhaul

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Dutch election: Brexit sparks debate in Netherlands over its place in EU [Video]

Dutch election: Brexit sparks debate in Netherlands over its place in EU

As voters head to the polls in the Netherlands this week, the country's place in the EU has sparked intense debate.

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PM holds ‘frank’ conversations with DUP on NI visit [Video]

PM holds ‘frank’ conversations with DUP on NI visit

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has held “frank” conversations with the DUP on the Northern Ireland Protocol as he visited the region.Extra checks on goods passing through its ports from the rest of..

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Exports to EU plunged 41% in January as Brexit transition period ended [Video]

Exports to EU plunged 41% in January as Brexit transition period ended

Exports of UK goods to the European Union dropped by more than two-fifths in January as the Brexit transition period came to an end.

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Post-Brexit trade: UK delays EU import checks by several months over disruption fears [Video]

Post-Brexit trade: UK delays EU import checks by several months over disruption fears

UK industry groups, who had long warned of disruption from post-Brexit red tape, have welcomed the move.

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Millions of daffodils left unpicked in England because of post-Brexit migrant worker rules [Video]

Millions of daffodils left unpicked in England because of post-Brexit migrant worker rules

Tens of millions of daffodils in Britain are being left unpicked this year because flower farmers have been locked out of a scheme to allow European migrants to work on British farms.

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Northern Irish loyalists end support for peace deal over Brexit [Video]

Northern Irish loyalists end support for peace deal over Brexit

Fears raised that the fragile peace could falter under the Northern Ireland protocol and sea border with Great Britain.

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Europe's week: Orban leaves the EPP, as Brexit makes a dramatic return [Video]

Europe's week: Orban leaves the EPP, as Brexit makes a dramatic return

While Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban left the EPP Group after it changed its internal rules, MEPs delayed a decision on when to vote on the Brexit deal.

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European Parliament delays decision on vote to approve Brexit deal after UK 'violation' of agreement [Video]

European Parliament delays decision on vote to approve Brexit deal after UK 'violation' of agreement

The Brexit deal, which is only provisionally in force, needs to be ratified by MEPs. EU leaders say the final vote will be shelved for now.

Credit: euronews (in English)     Duration: 06:34Published

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