British Prime Minister Theresa May will pledge this week to give parliament another chance to voice their opinions on Brexit by Feb. 27 as she tries to buy more time to negotiate a new deal with the European Union.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will later this week pledge to give parliament another chance to voice their opinions on Brexit by Feb. 27, a government source said, as she tries to buy more time to negotiate a new deal with the European Union.
The US president says a “good dialogue” is taking place with North Korea but sanctions will remain.
Source: BBC News
Daily life in Tijuana, Mexico, is defined less by the border wall as an impenetrable obstacle than by the ebb and flow of movement across it.
Source: New York Times
President Donald Trump says he’ll be “terminating” the North American Free Trade Agreement as he pursues a deal with Mexico and starts negotiations with Canada. (Aug. 27)
Source: USA Today
Turkey’s trade minister on Friday implored U.S. President Donald Trump to return to the negotiating table on tariffs, saying the trade rift between the NATO allies can and should be resolved through dialogue.
British Brexit minister Dominic Raab said on Tuesday the government’s negotiating stance set out this month by Prime Minister Theresa May was a “far advanced offer”, suggesting it would not be changed fundamentally in talks.
Syria is in talks with Russia on buying Russia’s new MS-21 jet airliner, Russia’s ambassador to Syria Alexander Kinshak said on Wednesday, RIA state news agency reported.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in said on Thursday that North Korea’s criticism of the United States after a meeting in Pyongyang was part of its negotiating strategy and the talks between the two are on the “right track”.
British Prime Minister Theresa May secured cabinet agreement on Friday for her plans to leave the European Union, overcoming deep rifts among her ministers to win support for “a business-friendly” proposal to try to spur stalled Brexit talks.
CHILPANCINGO, Mexico (Reuters) – For the past 12 years, Mexico has fought violent drug gangs by deploying thousands of police, soldiers and intelligence officers to crack down on cartels and their leaders.
President Donald Trump suggested Saturday that he is using his administration’s separation of families at the US border as a negotiating tool to get Democrats to cave on his immigration demands, which include funding for a border wall, curbing legal immigration into the US, and tightening the rules for border enforcement.