The EU member states have been collaborating on fighting terrorism, organized crime and cyber threats. And they want to continue doing that when Britain leaves the Union, says EU Commissioner for the Security Union Sir Julian King.
Theresa May will tell lawmakers that Brexit talks are "95 percent complete," although Northern Ireland remains a sticking point. The British PM is desperate to stem a potential rebellion from hard-liners in her party.
The conservative Interior Minister told the European Commission that it should aim for "unconditional security cooperation" in Brexit negotiations with Britain. Berlin reportedly didn't sign off on that request.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has told parliamentarians that 95 percent of a Brexit deal has been agreed with the EU. The bad news? The Irish border belongs in the unsolved 5 percent.
Theresa May's cabinet is gearing up for a long night of talks as a Brexit deadline looms. Meanwhile, there is no shortage of Tory bigwigs lining up to replace the prime minister and hospitals are begging staff to stay.
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