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Number of EU nationals working in Britain hits record high despite Brexit

The number of EU nationals working in the U.K. has hit a record high despite concerns of a post-Brexit exodus.

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Britain's Brexit minister says UK should not have to pay for temporary customs deal with EU

The U.K. should not have to pay to have a customs union during an interim period after leaving the EU, Brexit Secretary David Davis said on Tuesday.

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‘Democrat’ party may be launched in the UK to fight Brexit

As negotiations for Britain’s departure from the EU rumble on, a new pro-EU opposition party led by the government’s former Brexit adviser is poised for a September unveiling.

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How Trump's criticism of the EU makes the region stronger

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Aon Hewitt: Markets don't know how to price Brexit

Markets don't know how to price the UK's departure from the EU because the uncertainty is so great, but they need to start pricing in political risks, Tapan Datta, head of asset allocation at Aon Hewitt said.

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If Macron can deliver domestic reform, Merkel will green-light his EU reform: Pro

For French President Emmanuel Macron to table EU reform, he must first deliver reform at home, Pepijn Bergsen, analyst for Europe at The Economist Intelligence said.

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Two arrested in connection with Europe's 'toxic' eggs scandal, EU Commissioner calls for summit

Europe's food safety commissioner urged countries to stop "blaming and shaming" one another over a continental eggs contamination scare on Friday.

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Why is Trump good for the EU?

President Trump could be exactly what a fractured European Union needs to band closer together. CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze explains.

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EU business leaders bullish over growth forecasts: YPO

Robert Gardner, co-founder at Redington, speaks about business sentiment in major European economies following the latest YPO survey.

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How much is Britain willing to divorce the EU?

Robert Wright of the Financial Times discusses reports that the UK is willing to pay more than $45 billion to divorce from the EU.

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