Sky News
2 days
The divorce deal is to be agreed and ratified within two years after Article 50 is triggered. First, there'll be an extraordinary European Council meeting within four to five weeks to establish the guidelines for the Commission to negotiate. There are two main negotiations - the withdrawal from the EU, covering borders and a liabilities fee payable by the UK estimated to be around 60 billion euros.
Channel 4
3 days
Maybe not on the scale that was envisaged. Her aides say that if you're going for a free-trade agreement, that isn't cherry picking. The other thing you hear a lot of, on the continent they don't get the timetable that she is working too. As I understand it she was hearing this from the man who has now gone, Herman in Brussels, two years to negotiate your way out of Europe but to negotiate a new relationship and get it ratified -- her man in Brussels.
Sky News
3 days
Michel Barnier's initial stance will be, I am not willing to negotiate anything until exit has been agreed and ratified. I go back to your conversation about JP Morgan and WTO. It can work. What is not credible is the Prime Minister talking about associate status of the customs union and also accepting WTO terms, you cannot have both.
Sky News
3 days
The 27 other nations and Britain will hammer out a deal over the next two years and at the end of the process it will have to go to this place of the other European Parliament in Brussels to be given the green light. Not only that, but the future deal has to be ratified by the European Parliament. Whoever takes over today will be at the helm for that process. There are a number of candidates.
Sky News
4 days
That will have to be ratified and agreed on by the European Parliament. Whoever is elected tomorrow will play a pretty important role in the deal that Britain gets. In terms of who is in the running, there are some favourites, certainly. Antonio Tajani, an Italian and associate of Silvio Berlusconi.
BBC News 24
10 days
There are lawsuits that are being put forward by European buyers of VW vehicles. They still have to deal with all of that on this side of the pond, but in the USA, it looks as if there may be a multi-billion dollar settlement to deal with this scandal, and that deal could be ratified by VW's board as early as tonight.
ITV
14 days
Time to be an adult, you are to President. His election results were brought to Congress and ratified His election results were brought to What has got under Donald Trump skin here is the notion that people might think you may not have won this election fair and square.
ITV
14 days
Grow up, Donald. Grow up. Time to be an adult, you are president. There is little to indicate Trump is about to change. The balance confirm his election win was brought to Congress this afternoon and ratified.
BBC News 24
17 days
And even then it might not be ratified by the parliament, which wasn't popular at the time. I by the parliament, which wasn't popular at the time. I suppose the point is, he is saying that he popular at the time. I suppose the point is, he is saying that he is getting the vibe, he would not have used those exact getting the vibe, he would not have used those exact words, but he getting the vibe, he would not have used those exact words, but he was getting the vibe from other EU countries that it was getting the vibe from other EU countries that it was going to take a while.
Sky News
a month
There are other areas of Obama's environmental legacy, which are more vulnerable to attack should a President Trump decide he wants to go for them. I'm thinking by the Paris agreement on climate change. That is just an agreement. It has been ratified. But we know that Donald Trump things that planet change is a hoax perpetrated by China. He could just start ignoring it. I think that is correct. There is also no consequence really for ignoring it under the Paris agreement.
BBC Parliament
a month
It was concluded in 2012 and currently has 24 states parties plus the EU. 40 parties are for the protocol to come into force. It was signed by the Government but so far has not been ratified by the UK.
BBC News 24
a month
Bring us up to date. It's a fascinating issue because of all of those things we've heard elsewhere. Trump, Brexit, really weighing on all of this. That's right. Just as we thought free trade deals are totally out of fashion, Asian countries have been pursuing their own deals. If you remember recently it ratified their partnership, which includes 12 countries, including the United States.
BBC One London
a month
The American election put a nail in the coffin and the French elections could put another nail in the coffin. Are we returning to a world of lateral trade deals, country with country rather than regional blocs? Not necessarily. In the Asia Pacific we will look at multilateral trade arrangements and even if the transpacific partnership is not ratified by the Americans, we have other options are there.
BBC Parliament
a month
This delay alone should shame the Government into action and make sure it is ratified as soon as possible. Madam Deputy Speaker, violence against women is not a women's issue. As the honourable member for it Salisbury said it is a societal issue. As men, it's our responsibilities to make sure women and girls don't face this violence.
BBC Parliament
a month
The Government signed up to the convention in 2012 and since then 22 countries have ratified the convention, where as the UK have been left behind. The average time taken to ratify the Convention has been just over two years, but the UK so far has taken four years and six months.
BBC Parliament
a month
We have set up prevention work with young people in schools, something prevention work with young people in honourable member for Shipley, we have nothing to fear from adopting the Istanbul convention. It merely does what it says, which is to acknowledge we are living in a situation of profound gender inequality, which is both a cause and consequence of violence against women and girls on its about time we ratified this convention, because the safety of women and children is too important not to do it.
BBC Parliament
a month
They would sooner do some signal virtual signalling with this bill. He says he is against this bill but at least we have a bill, if it hadn't been for the honourable lady bringing for tarred this bill this House might never have been able to discuss the issue before the Government went ahead and ratified it. My right honourable friend is right. And I did at the start and I do so again congratulate the honourable lady for bringing it forward.
BBC Parliament
a month
We have seen how the public confidence in the European convention of human rights has been undermines time after time after time Government would be hamstrung by it because it ratified something it didn't really know what it was getting itself in to.
BBC Parliament
a month
The previous Government signalled the Istanbul convention to show the strong commitment it plays on tackling violence against women and girls and this Government, they said, remains committed to ratted fewing it. At the UK complies with the vast majority of the articles but further amendments to come to stick law to take jurisdiction over a range of offence, as required by article 444, are necessary before the convention can be ratified.
BBC Parliament
a month
It is interesting to know I learned only signed the Convention on the 5th of November 2015 and they too haven't yet ratified it. Perhaps the honourable member for Foyle might want to have a word with his friends in the Irish Republic to ask them why they have not ratified it either. Article one of the convention says its purpose is to help the honourable members at the SNP who were up in arms about something they hadn't bothered to read.
BBC Parliament
a month
All of those members of the European Union, Mr Deputy Speaker, which is such a fine institution the members of the SNP are desperate for us to remain part of it but they're wonderful partner countries have ratified it, but there was no mention of that either in the honourable lady's speech.
BBC Parliament
a month
I won't go through all the countries and give their positions on it, although it is very illuminating and relevant to the debate, but I don't want to test the patience of the House. But some of the countries who have signed the convention but not ratified it like us, we heard sedan mentioned as an illustration. As my honourable friend highlighted, Germany haven't ratified it, neither have Iceland 's, Greece, Lithuania, Croatia and Cyprus.
BBC Parliament
a month
It was adopted by the Council of Europe on the Council of Europe on the 2011 and was open to signature on the 121st session at the committee of ministers. The UK signed the Convention on the 8th of June 2012, but has not yet ratified it. Some countries have signed the convention, like the UK and some have signed the convention and ratified it as well.
BBC Parliament
a month
.. No, I didn't think they could, they are just up in arms because of what I said at the start of my speech. It seems like a worthy sentiments so we must support it. They have no substance. It they want to discuss all but difficult nuances of this convention, I am sure you will humour them but there is not much substance from the hollering, as usual from our SNP colleagues. I will explain why I think this should not be passed today and should not be ratified.