About: UK referendum

Nogel Farage
Global Europe 28-06-2016

Juncker vs. Farage: The final battle

“I’m surprised that you are here. You were fighting for the exit. The British people voted for the exit. Why are you here?” European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said on Tuesday in Strasbourg.
Juncker: EU is ready to launch negotiations swiftly with UK
Brexit 24-06-2016

Juncker: EU is ready to launch negotiations swiftly with UK

European President Jean-Claude Juncker gave a joint statement to the press on Friday morning (24 June), representing the European Commission, European Parliament, European Council, and Council of the EU on the British referendum on membership of the EU.
Brexit 24-06-2016

Tusk: we are prepared for this negative scenario

Speaking to the press on Friday morning, Donald Tusk, president of the European Council, said that he wants to “reassure everyone that we are prepared also for this negative scenario”.
Economy & Jobs 26-06-2015

EU leaders agree to relocate 40,000 migrants, reject migrant quota system

EU leaders agreed that 40,000 migrants would be relocated from Italy and Greece to other EU countries over the next two years. Another 20,000 would be resettled from outside Europe to EU member states,
Economy & Jobs 25-06-2015

Tusk warns Cameron: ‘The fundamental values of the EU are not for sale’

EU Council President Donald Tusk warned the UK that “the fundamental values of the EU are not for sale,” as the British Prime Minister is set to lay out his UK referendum plans during the June Council Summit in Brussels.
Brexit 25-06-2015

Cameron: ‘It’s right for Britain to have this renegotiation and referendum’

“It's right for Britain to have this renegotiation and this referendum to address the concerns that the British people have about Europe and to make sure that the British people have the final say about whether we stay in a reformed EU or leave,” said British Prime Minister David Cameron, upon arrival to the EU Council summit on Thursday.
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Brexit 20-03-2015

I will stay up until 4:00 AM to veto EU treaties, vows Cameron

In what could be his final post-summit press conference, British Prime Minister David Cameron admitted that some EU leaders would “breathe a sigh of relief” if he loses May’s national elections.
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Brexit 20-03-2015

Cameron: I want to come back to Brussels with a mandate for reform

“I want to come back here with a clear mandate to reform this organization, to renegotiate Britain's position within it, and a referundum guaranteed before the end of 2015,” said British Prime Minister David Cameron on his arrival at the EU Council Summit on Friday. This is Cameron's last European Council before the British general election on 7 May.
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Global Europe 18-09-2014

Europe awaits Scotland’s independence vote

"Should Scotland be an independent country?" Over 4 million Scots are set to go the polls on Thursday to answer this question and decide whether or not they want to stay part of the United Kingdom.

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