Prime Minister Theresa May's government said doctors and nurses working in the state-run National Health Service (NHS) would be excluded from an annual cap on skilled workers from outside the European Union.
Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to commit to some kind of customs partnership as she pushes key Brexit legislation through parliament, despite promising that Britain would make a clean break with the EU in order to strike trade deals with the rest of the world.
British foreign secretary also says he is convinced there is method in US President Trump's madness
George Soros-backed Best for Britain group will also publish timetable on a second referendum
Support for staying in the European Union is increasing in Northern Ireland as the Brexit negotiations falter, according to a study released this month by Queen's University Belfast.
Newspaper reports suggested London could seek £1 billion ($1.34 billion, 1.14 billion euros) in compensation for its investment in the programme.
Brexit Secretary David Davis said the "White Paper" will include "detailed, ambitious and precise explanations" of the government's positions and act as the "most significant publication on the EU since the referendum".
The group also incorrectly reported what it spent during the campaign and inaccurately reported three loans it had received, according to the commission.
Johnson, an outspoken supporter of Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, said the plan backed by Prime Minister Theresa May would not fulfil many of the promises of Brexit.
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said the proposals were "reasonable and responsible" but the idea of spending more money faces opposition from several countries.
From slashed farm funds that will anger French farmers, to development cash tied to respect for democracy, and demands for greater national contributions, the 2021-2027 budget promises to be an explosive mixture.
Equivalence is a system under which Brussels allows non-EU financial companies to operate in the bloc as it considers the regulatory regime of their home countries to be broadly equivalent to the EU.
MPs support amendment calling for UK to remain in customs union
Finding a way to avoid border checks between EU member Ireland and the British province of Northern Ireland after Britain leaves the bloc is proving one of the thorniest issues in the negotiations.
British firm De La Rue is preparing to issue a legal challenge to the preliminary decision to award the contract to make the blue-coloured passports to Paris-based Gemalto.
Theresa May visits communities across country marking one year till Brexit
A whistleblower claimed that Vote Leave, the main campaign group advocating Brexit, sought to avoid a legal cap on spending by diverting funds to a smaller group to which it had close ties.
Bloc members give green light to talks over EU’s future relationship with Britain for the first time
The 27 leaders meeting in Brussels are set to adopt negotiating guidelines for talks on the future relationship with Britain, and greenlight a deal for a 21-month transition period.
The independent Economic and Social Research Institute said that in the case of a so-called hard Brexit, the cost of living would increase by between 892 and 1,360 euros ($1,095 and $1,670) annually per household.
Britain intends to seek free trade deals with its major trading partners once it leaves the EU, as planned, in March 2019.