The bill is at the heart of the government's Brexit strategy. It will transpose EU law into British law at the point of Britain's departure from the bloc and repeal the 1972 act of parliament which made it a member.
After the summit, European Council President Donald Franciszek Tusk and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker talked about the much-delayed trade pact between the two sides at a joint press event with Modi.
The two sides reviewed a full spectrum of their ties at the 14th summit with a focus on ramping up two-way trade and investment.
Trillions of dollars in sales are at stake as regulators ponder whether a fridge maker should pay a different rate for crucial patents than a carmaker, or whether a flat, fixed rate would be fairer.
The current EU budget goes until 2020 and Britain pays around 10 billion euros into the budget every year.
Talks on the Bilateral Trade Investment Agreement (BTIA) —- the official title of the pact -- started in 2007 but have been marred by various flip-flops and disagreements. The discussions have remained deadlocked on issues like tariffs on automobiles and wines and spirits, EU trade officials said.
The EU had dinged the search giant for favoring shopping listings it gets paid for. Google's appeal comes even as it is working to comply with an order to give equal treatment to rival shopping services.
The EU hit Google with the record fine in June for illegally favouring its shopping service in search results, giving the company 90 days to comply or face further fines.
The arrests brought the number of German political prisoners in Turkish custody to 12, at a time when ties between the two NATO allies were already at an all-time low.
The centre-left party would seek to maintain the "same basic terms" with the European Union, including the free movement of people, beyond March 2019 when Britain is set to leave the bloc, Labour's Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer said on Sunday.
With UK due to leave the bloc in March 2019, the BoE's Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) said it faces heavy demands from Brexit fallout on banks and insurers.
Three separate sources within the UK civil service and government with knowledge of the UK's Brexit negotiating strategy have confirmed the figure, dismissing previous reports that British Prime Minister Theresa May would agree to a 50-billion-pound bill as "too high".
Chief Executive Ross McEwan said the bank plans to build-up its Amsterdam unit, acquired after RBS bought ABN Amro in 2008, so that its trading division NatWest Markets can continue to operate smoothly after Brexit.
The office, known as OLAF, didn't give details today of what it told prosecutors in Braunschweig, who are running an ongoing investigation into suspected fraud and other offences in the scandal over cars that cheated on diesel emissions tests.
Despite the unemployment rate holding at its lowest in more than 25 years at 5.5 percent, job creation has slowed and the number of foreign workers seeking payroll tax registrations has dropped by 15 percent compared with a year earlier.
Citi had earlier said it would choose Frankfurt to become its hub for sales and trading in the EU and move "a couple of hundred" jobs outside of London after Brexit. Citi's European base move was reported on Monday by Sky News.
A month after a first meeting where the two exchanged gifts inspired by a shared passion for hillwalking and spoke of the mountain of complexity they must climb, the Frenchman will press Davis to agree to Britain covering substantial British financial commitments and offer more detail on other British proposals.
The 52-page Great Repeal Bill published in parliament is known as the "European Union (Withdrawal) Bill" and will convert EU law into UK law before Brexit is completed in 2019, giving UK Parliament the power to amend or reject the nearly 20,000 rules and laws as a non-member of the EU.
The outcome represents a compromise with Trump who wants to do more to protect domestic companies from foreign competition through his "America First" policy.
The commerce ministry's investigation arm - Directorate General of Anti-dumping and Allied Duties (DGAD) - is probing alleged dumping of 'colour coated /prepainted flat products of alloy or non-alloy steel' from China and the EU.
"Free and fair trade has been the greatest liberator of the world's poor, and today's announcement shows our commitment to helping developing countries grow their economies and reduce poverty through trade."
With Britain's negotiations on the terms of its departure from the EU set to begin on Monday, the country risks skills shortages and losing business if it ends freedom of movement without a new plan for attracting workers, the report by the National Institute of Economic and Social Research and the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development said.
"The first round of talks that will see the United Kingdom leave the European Union will start on Monday June 19," the Department for Exiting the European Union ministry said today.
Gaitri Issar Kumar, a 1986-batch Indian Foreign Service (IFS) officer, has been appointed as India's next ambassador to Belgium. She will also be accredited as India's ambassador to the European Union (EU), the external affairs ministry said.
The financial industry has warned that forced "relocation" would split markets, bump up trading costs and diminish the status of the euro - as well as threaten thousands of jobs in the City of London.