Britain intends to seek free trade deals with its major trading partners once it leaves the EU, as planned, in March 2019.
The advert also includes headlines such as "20 reasons to make the move" to Normandy, and a "Hot entrepreneur wanted" classified ad extolling the virtues of the region.
After meeting Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto in Budapest, Johnson said without elaborating that he assumed Britons living in Hungary would get a "good" deal too.
Blair, a leading voice against the UK's decision to quit the bloc, said Britain could be persuaded to stay if concerns about migration and other issues were met, urging European leaders to take the initiative to "lead us out of the Brexit cul-de-sac".
McDonald, speaking to reporters during her first visit to Britain since taking over from veteran Republican leader Gerry Adams earlier this month, criticised recent comments by several British lawmakers suggesting the agreement should be revisited.
Speaking at a Berlin press conference with Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel, Merkel acknowledged that not all EU members share Berlin's openness to paying more into Brussels' coffers after Brexit.
Boyko Borisov, the Bulgarian prime minister, said he had so far seen nothing in the talks on Britain's exit in March 2019 to give him hope for a good outcome.
As Brexit talks resume in Brussels on Tuesday, there is still huge uncertainty over how Britain will leave and what future UK-EU ties could look like -- with only a year to go until departure.
"My feeling is that we have not a minute to lose because we want to achieve a deal," Barnier told the BBC and Sky News television as he left for London.
May began her trip with plans to announce nine billion pounds ($12.7 billion) in business deals, an agreement to end a ban on British beef and promises to seek more trade opportunities.
As she embarked on the three-day visit, May batted away critics of her leadership on Brexit and domestic issues, including within her Conservative party.
Government analysis shows leaving the EU would affect every region in UK negatively
Almost 200 peers have requested to speak during the two-day debate on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill, many of them likely to be critical of its provisions to smooth Britain's exit from the European Union.
The plan has sparked deep divisions in British Prime Minister Theresa May's government, with eurosceptic lawmakers saying it leaves Britain a "vassal state" of Brussels.
Speed is of the essence, as the longer we talk, the less valuable it becomes to businesses, says Brexit minister
The relationship between the two countries has grown in importance as London contemplates its economic future after it officially leaves the EU in March 2019.
Tech giant expanding inquiry after MPs criticize depth of first investigation
The key legislation is likely to come back to the House of Commons with suggested amendments
Juncker's comment about possible re-accession comes a day after European Council President Donald Tusk said that the bloc's "hearts were still open" if Britain decided to change its mind about leaving the EU.
Voters should be entitled to re-think when details of Brexit are clear, former Labour party head says
"Many believed that the referendum in the United Kingdom (on leaving the EU) was going to be the beginning of the end of the European Union," Federica Mogherini said during a two-day visit to Cuba.