Ylenia Gostoli

Ylenia Gostoli

United Kingdom

Renewed fears May running down clock as Brexit deadline nears

Lead Brexit negotiator heard saying PM plans to wait until end of March to present choice between her deal or extension.

Renewed fears May running down clock as Brexit deadline nears

Brexit

May to MPs: We need to hold our nerve on Brexit talks

As talks reach 'crucial stage', UK leader asks MPs to be patient in order to deliver Brexit by March 29 deadline.

May to MPs: We need to hold our nerve on Brexit talks

Brexit

No Brexit breakthrough in 'robust' May-Juncker talks in Brussels

British PM and European Commission chief to meet again as EU refuses to reopen negotiations on Irish backstop.

No Brexit breakthrough in 'robust' May-Juncker talks in Brussels

Business & Economy

Prominent think-tank says no-deal Brexit may not be catastrophic

As Brexit deadline nears with no deal in place, NIESR says contingency plans would limit fallout.

Prominent think-tank says no-deal Brexit may not be catastrophic

United Kingdom

May seeks to reassure citizens of Northern Ireland over Brexit

'We'll find a way to deliver Brexit that honours our commitments to Northern Ireland,' British PM Theresa May said.

May seeks to reassure citizens of Northern Ireland over Brexit

Brexit

Brexit: The backstop and why some oppose it

Three days of talks bring Brexiteers and Conservative MPs together as PM May pledges to renegotiate agreement with EU.

Brexit: The backstop and why some oppose it

Brexit

Why is Europe against changing the Brexit agreement?

Theresa May will return to Brussels seeking amendments, but the EU is playing carefully to avoid losing more members.

Why is Europe against changing the Brexit agreement?

Human Rights

Uncertain future for refugees after Italy shuts asylum centre

Funding cuts led to imminent closure of Italy's second-largest centre for asylum seekers amid local protests.

Uncertain future for refugees after Italy shuts asylum centre

Brexit

Fears of 'Windrush-type scandal' as EU citizen registration opens

The 3.5m Europeans in Britain can now apply for settled status, but observers warn of serious pitfalls in the system.

Fears of 'Windrush-type scandal' as EU citizen registration opens

Europe

'Salvini law' could make thousands of refugees homeless

Warnings of humanitarian and security crises in Italy as new law ends protection for vulnerable migrants.

'Salvini law' could make thousands of refugees homeless

Business & Economy

Could the EU's battle with Italy over its budget spark a crisis?

Italy is 'sleepwalking into instability' says European Commission vice president, but Salvini remains defiant.

Could the EU's battle with Italy over its budget spark a crisis?

Italy

As Rome camp eviction makes refugees homeless, Salvini celebrates

Baobab is one of many informal settlements in the capital and provided a lifeline to refugees who fell out the system.

As Rome camp eviction makes refugees homeless, Salvini celebrates