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London-Paris rivalry becomes a battle for financial hearts and minds


London-Paris rivalry becomes a battle for financial hearts and minds

Rivalry between London and Paris dates from long before the Brexit vote threatened to transform the competing economic attractions of the two capitals.

The cities are in almost perpetual dispute over which is the most visited in the world, citing different statistics or differing interpretations of the same figures.

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France eyes post-Brexit deal to keep fishing UK waters


France eyes post-Brexit deal to keep fishing UK waters

European countries affected by the end of a deal allowing them to fish close to Britain's coastline need an accord to allow them access after Brexit, France said on Monday.

Britain is to withdraw from a 50-year-old agreement allowing vessels from five European countries -- Belgium, France, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands -- to fish within an area that is six miles (10 kilometres) off the UK's coast.

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Edouard Philippe plans to make Paris "Europe's new number one financial hub" after Brexit


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The French government has set its sights on making Paris “Europe’s new number one financial hub" after Brexit.

The country’s prime minister, Edouard Philippe, told a conference in the French capital today that his government is set on enhancing the “standing of Paris”.

“The French government is committed to boost Paris attractiveness by all means,” he told the Europlace conference, addressing his audience in English. “We want Paris to become Europe’s new number one financial hub after Brexit.”

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France outlines reforms to woo London jobs post-Brexit


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France’s pro-business charm offensive continued Friday, as the government laid out a series of measures aimed at luring firms leaving London’s financial centre in the wake of Brexit.

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Emmanuel Macron and Merkel to lead post-Brexit EU revival


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Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel used the French president's first Brussels summit Friday to deliver an unmistakeable message: their countries intend to lead the EU's post-Brexit revival.

The Franco-German power couple held an unusual joint press conference after meeting their 26 European Union counterparts, against a backdrop of their respective flags and the bloc's blue banner with yellow stars.

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Theresa May dévoile un peu de son Brexit à une UE revigorée


La Première ministre britannique Theresa May a dévoilé pour la première fois un peu de son plan pour le Brexit jeudi devant ses partenaires européens, qui assuraient avoir retrouvé l'optimisme, lors d'un sommet à Bruxelles.

Mme May a assuré qu'après le Brexit les citoyens de l'UE pourraient rester au Royaume-Uni, ce qui est l'une des priorités des négociations historiques lancées lundi pour organiser le retrait britannique en mars 2019.

French President Emmanuel Macron Hopes Brexit Talks to Start as Soon as Possible


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French President Emmanuel Macron said that negotiations about the future of the United Kingdom must start as soon as possible.'Brexit Talks'

Negotiations about the future of the United Kingdom must start as soon as possible, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Tuesday.

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Chance of smooth Brexit fades after British election chaos


Chance of smooth Brexit fades after British election chaos

Theresa May's insistence on starting Brexit negotiations next Monday is questioned by Britons who think the prime minister's calamitous election setback means she should now seek to stay in the EU single market.

However, in the year since Britain voted to leave the European Union, the other 27 EU states have hardened their common position and narrowed British options for avoiding a "hard Brexit".

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British Prime Minister Theresa May under pressure after hung UK results; Brexit dilemma loom


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British Prime Minister Theresa May faced mounting pressure today to resign after her Conservative party failed to muster a simple majority in the crucial polls she had called three years ahead of schedule hoping to boost her negotiating powers during the complex Brexit talks.

Though the Conservatives emerged as the single largest party in the election for Britain's 650-seat parliament, the impressive show by the opposition Labour Party led by Jeremy Corbyn is seen as a humiliation for May to continue in her position.

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British PM Theresa May Discusses Brexit With French President-Elect Emmanuel Macron: Downing Street


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British Prime Minister Theresa May discussed Brexit with French president-elect Emmanuel Macron following his election victory on Sunday, her Downing Street office said.

"This evening the Prime Minister spoke to President-elect Macron to warmly congratulate him on his election victory," a spokesman said, after centrist Macron triumphed over his far-right rival Marine Le Pen.

"The leaders briefly discussed Brexit and the Prime Minister reiterated that the UK wants a strong partnership with a secure and prosperous EU once we leave," the spokesman added.

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