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EU leaders will see Britain quitting as a dangerous precedent and a potentially fatal blow to the European project Some face growing euroskepticism from their own citizens and may feel the need to make a strong case domestically for why the now-27-nation bloc has a future This could lead to reforms of how the EU works Future negotiations may be overshadowed by a sense of betrayal and the feeling that an example needs to be made of the UK to discourage others from leaving too The fallout could also hit Europe’s fragile growth Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble recently said that "it would be a miracle if a withdrawal of Britain would come without economic disadvantages" On the other hand a British exit or Brexit could spur the European Union into action Since joining the club in 1973 Britain has shaped the bloc mainly by putting the brakes on the drive toward ever-closer political union a project that could now be revived with gusto Could lawmakers decide to ignore the process Britain’s referendum doesn’t automatically trigger an exit from the European Union which has led a few commentators to suggest that lawmakers might simply decide to ignore or slow-ball the process So could they "In legal theory that is possible In practice that is absolutely not possible" said Alan Renwick the deputy director of the Constitution Unit at University College London "If there is a vote for Brexit then on Friday the PM will indicate how the process of Brexit will begin" Top EU officials react The EU’s top officials meet in Brussels at 0830 GMT on Friday EU President Donald Tusk European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker European Parliament head Martin Schulz and Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte whose country holds the six-month EU presidency are expected to make a statement and address the press at around 1000 GMT The EU’s 28 European Affairs Ministers meet in Luxembourg to lay the groundwork for Brexit talks at the EU summit on 28-29 June Talks start at 1230 GMT German Soultions Foreign ministers from the EU’s six founding countries — France Germany Italy Belgium the Netherlands and Luxembourg — are expected to meet on Saturday in Berlin according to European sources French President Francois Hollande will meet with German Chancellor Angela Merkel next week to discuss "European initiatives" expected on Monday Franco-German initiative The Merkel Hollande meet-up could be the occasion to announce plans for a long-rumoured Franco-German initiative on a better integrated defence and security strategy for Europe The leaders are seeking to use the plan to dispel doubts on the EU project unleashed by the British vote campaign Brussels acts On Monday the European Commission’s top officials who are nominated by the EU’s 28 member states begin mapping out the long road to an official Brexit at an extraordinary meeting in Brussels MEPs have also called for an extraordinary session of the European Parliament to be held in Brussels on Monday in the case of a Brexit vote The ‘Brexit’summit The 28 EU leaders — still including British PM Cameron — meet on 28 and 29 June in Brussels to digest and debate the results of Thursday’s Leave vote It was originally due to be held on 23 June but was postponed after the British referendum date was announced Cameron may trigger Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty officially notifying EU leaders of Britain’s intention to leave Enter Slovakia On 1 July the Netherlands hands over the EU’s six-month rotating presidency to the relatively inexperienced Slovakia which now must lead the negotiations towards Brexit Britain had been due to take the helm at the end of 2017 but will now give that up The way forward may not be straightforward The result will trigger a new series of negotiations as Britain and the EU search for a way to separate economies that have become intertwined since the UK joined the bloc on 1 January 1973 Under Article 50 of the Treaty of European Union talks would likely last two years with the possibility for extension if all of the remaining 27 EU nations agree But the clock starts ticking only when the UK notifies the EU that it wants a divorce — and some on the "leave" side have suggested that this won’t occur until 2018 However the EU may not accept a delayed exit "UK negotiations with the European Union will prove difficult given that EU leaders will not want to set a precedent for an easy withdrawal for other countries that could reconsider their status such as Denmark" said Howard Archer of IHS a research firm No matter what the EU will face issues Alongside economic woes troubles with Greece and the inability to agree on how to manage a refugee emergency a British exit would deepen Europe’s existential crisis Cruel Summer EU civil servants delay summer holidays to begin the painstaking legal work to bring about Brexit The official British divorce from Europe would take at least two years But EU president Donald Tusk has warned that the whole process of negotiating trade and immigration deals with a non-EU Britain could take seven years in all With inputs from agencies By: PTI | Hyderabad | Published: September 20 2017 2:35 pm Representational photo Top News The police have busted a racket of ‘contract marriage’ of local women and minor girls with men from the Middle East and Gulf countries The police have arrested 20 persons including eight foreign nationals in this connection a senior official said on Wednesday They also arrested three qazis (people who conduct the marriage) four lodge owners and five brokers/agents who mediated to get such marriages solemnised Deputy Commissioner of Police (South Zone) V Satyanarayana said “We busted the ‘contract marriage’ (short-term marriage) racket and foiled attempts by eight sheikhs from Arab Oman and Qatar to marry local girls” he said “Two minor girls have been rescued Preliminary investigation has revealed that through the contract marriages these people planned to traffic at least 20 women and minor girls” the senior police officer told PTI Further probe was on into the racket he said The Hyderabad police had in the past also busted several contract marriage rackets in the Old City area wherein such marriages were performed aided by fabricated documents The modus operandi of the agents in such rackets is to trap minor girls from poor families by luring them with money and then practically selling them off to foreigners with the help of priests who solemnise the marriages police earlier said At the time of marriage the bride is made to sign blank bond papers of ‘talaq’ they said For all the latest Hyderabad News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Shahid Judge Mihir Vasavda | Published: October 16 2017 12:33 am USA U-17 team concluded the group stage at third position in Group A (Express Photo by Amit Chakravarty) Related News Ever since the US began their preparations for the Under-17 World Cup they have been on the tenterhooks First it was the hurricanes Then hours after landing in India they learnt about the tragic Las Vegas shootout And just when it seemed their campaign was well and truly on track they were dealt with another blow – the failure of their senior team to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986 “Our team is always expected to be at the World Cup and for us it is unacceptable that we did not qualify” USA under-17 coach John Hackworth said last week in Mumbai The Stars and Stripes needed only a draw against Trinidad and Tobago to secure a direct berth for Russia 2018 but suffered a 2-1 defeat instead The senior team’s failure has put the under-17s under the radar and the pressure has ratcheted higher “It puts a little more focus (from fans) on our team because this is their hope now It’s their way to say ‘we are not on a downward spiral we are on an upward curve’” said Hackworth “But it’s tough for 17-year-old boys to understand what that pressure means at this point in time” Perhaps their first brush with ‘pressure’ will be when they step on the newly-laid surface of the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Monday to take on Paraguay While USA have met with hurdles at almost every step Paraguay have been rewarded for their painstaking attention to detail Before coming to India the team had practice sessions at 2am ate their lunch at 730am and slept at noon “The time difference between India and Paraguay is a lot around eight and a half hours So we had to do these things to prepare our players” coach Gustavo Morinigo said on Sunday The results are apparent They aren’t the most glamorous South American side but Paraguay have been the most potent of the quartet here in India playing a brand of football that belies the claims of their senior team being dull and defensive They have topped Group B after winning all their matches and ending the first stage as the third-highest goalscorers (10) behind France and England Paraguay have had seven different players scoring in the wins over Mali New Zealand and Turkey in the group stage with strikers Anibal Vega and Antonio Galeano leading the charge But they will be tested by a US team that has had one of the best defences in the group stage The Americans began the tournament with focus firmly on their attack but it is the defence that has stood out for them They have conceded just three goals in as many games all against Colombia New York City FC midfielder James Sands anchoring the central defense while DC United’s Chris Durkin has been equally good – even earning the man of the match against India While the hosts did not stretch the US defence save for the one attempt by Aniket Jadhav late in the game Ghana were more relentless and it took a couple of last-ditch interventions for them to keep a clean-sheet and get three points after Ayo Akinola scored the only goal of the match Hackworth said the conditions in Navi Mumbai played a crucial role in them succumbing to a 3-1 defeat to Colombia Although US’s hyped attack has not delivered yet they will fancy their chances against Paraguay who have conceded five goals including two each to Mali and New Zealand It however boils down to momentum And while Paraguay look solid on the back of three consecutive wins the defeat to Colombia seems to have dampened the confidence US had after winning their first two matches Hackworth said the fans back home will start noticing the proceedings in India this stage onward In the US ‘soccer’ goes ‘under the radar’ since the focus has always been on league sports such as the NBA (Basketball) and NFL (American football) And it’s only at World Cups that the sport gets attention That scrutiny has increased mid-tournament especially after the senior team’s debacle “The pressure because of the (senior team) result has stepped up” Hackworth said PARaguay vs USA: Live on Sony Ten 2 — 2000 hrs onwards For all the latest Sports News download Indian Express App More Related News And he is ready to learn from his mistakes. 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The list of candidates to be nominated on the nine seats that fell vacant on May 25 was earlier sent to Naik with brief details about each candidate. He has been really good for this group, “There are no issues. download Indian Express App More Top News Shaikh was produced in a Cantonment court which remanded him in police custody till April 21 for further questioning and investigation. A set of different set ups are included in the game, gaming enthusiasts can ensure that they keep themselves entertained.
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