The Prime Minister of Great Britain Boris Johnson assures that he will conduct the agreement negotiated on Thursday on Brexit by the British parliament - said today the President of the European Council Donald Tusk.more
The Brexit agreement, which was initially accepted by the EU and the British side, is a huge negotiation achievement - said today Polish Secretary of State for European Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Konrad Szymański.more
According to The Times, Germany has warned that Brexit would need to be delayed until next year even if the United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU) were to reach an agreement before the end of the day on Tuesday.more
With less than 20 days left to make necessary preparations for a possible no-deal Brexit, industry events in Warsaw and in Katowice have urged Polish businesses to get ready for trade after Brexit.more
In 7-8 hours everything should be clear about Brexit; Negotiations are ongoing, everything is going well, but everything is possible with our British partners, said the head of the European Council Donald Tusk today.more
It seems that there are again chances for the modified version of the Brexit agreement to be ratified by the EU and the British side; nevertheless, there is a risk of non-contractual Brexit - said Deputy Minister Konrad Szymański.more
Prime Minister Boris Johnson assured French President Emmanuel Macron that the British authorities will work with all their strength to reach an agreement on Brexit before the EU summit that begins the day after tomorrow, said a spokesman for Downing Street.more
The European Union and the United Kingdom have very serious problems to solve, especially when it comes to customs issues on the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, but there are reasons for cautious optimism in the Brexit case - assessed Minister of European Affairs Konrad Szymański.more
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday reopened parliament with a sweeping policy program designed to fight an election, as the Brexit talks continued in Brussels with the countdown clock ticking ever louder.more
Trust in MPs to make the right decisions on Brexit is at rock bottom, according to a new poll for Sky News. Just one in seven people said they trusted parliament at all when it came to the Brexit issue, and one in 100 currently trust politicians "a lot".
The 65th Queen's Speech has re-opened Parliament setting out Boris Johnson's post-Brexit agenda, leaving just a few days for MPs to rush through a bill to secure a deal before the end of the month.more
Measures to help the UK prosper after Brexit are to be set out in the Queen's Speech, the government has said.
Plans to end the free movement of EU citizens into the UK and provide faster access to medicines will be unveiled.more
Michel Barnier has warned EU ambassadors that the latest negotiations with Boris Johnson's government have been "difficult", with it appearing increasingly unlikely that agreement can be found by the time of an EU summit later this week.more
British potatoes have been delisted from a number of lines in Poland's largest supermarket due to fears of a no-deal Brexit, according to a large UK potato exporter, which has had to cancel orders with its growers as a result.more
Downing Street's threat to take the UK out of the EU without a deal on 31 October is mere "bravado" and Boris Johnson will be blocked by the courts if he tries to do it, former chancellor Philip Hammond has said.more