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If you live in England, chances are you will have heard a Brexit story within the past 24 hours. Whether good or bad, there's so much news ...
THE EU'S chief Brexit negotiator cannot understand why Brexiteers were ... Speaking after the sixth round of Brexit negotiations, Mr Barnier ...
Brexit architect Nigel Farage has become a reliable Trump-booster on Fox News, offering the same smirk in the service of both causes.
Brexit is impossible to escape, but equally impossible to fully grasp. However, the likely practical consequences of Britain leaving the EU have, ...
He said: "It seems to me, I mean I don't follow it daily, that there is a fraction that wants a clean Brexit to the outer ring of European association ...

We're now halfway between the Brexit referendum and the day the UK is supposed to leave the EU, and the entire process seems to be ...
Gordon Brown has suggested the UK could yet remain in the EU if Leave voters realise they are at a "crisis point" in the Brexit negotiations.
'Even though our weather is just as bad as in Britain, we still have a lot to offer.' A display at Legoland, Billund, Denmark. Photograph: James ...
She said the EU Withdrawal Bill would be amended to formally commit to Brexit at 23:00 GMT on Friday 29 March 2019. The bill will be ...
Conservative backbench MP Jacob Rees-Mogg has described the governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, as an "enemy of Brexit".
People in Wales who voted Leave or Remain in last year's Brexit referendum remain deeply divided about the country's future, according to the ...
Health policy expert Nick Fahy is co-author of a new study in The Lancet, which looks at different scenarios for Brexit. It argues that the biggest ...
Britain has said it wants to remain in the EU's flagship €75bn (£66bn) Horizon 2020 research programme after Brexit, but has not said how, ...
Michael Bloomberg during his recent visit to London, where he said Brexit was the 'single stupidest thing any country has ever done' apart from ...
UK government assessments of the potential economic impact of Brexit on Scotland will not be made public, the Brexit secretary has confirmed.
He also voiced worry that import tariffs or other new costs arising from Brexit would make manufacturing in Britain less attractive, implying that ...

The Brexit Secretary, David Davis, has suggested that Parliament might not get a vote on a Brexit deal until after March 2019. It's prompted ...
The outcome of Brexit is up to the UK, the president of the European Council has said in a speech that stressed the importance of EU unity.
Mark Lyall Grant, who served as the prime minister's national security adviser, said that a Brexit downturn would have a knock-on "impact on ...
The success of British cinema is being threatened by a loss of funding caused by Brexit, according to the chief executive of a major film ...
'Walsall now exists as a monument to 40 years of malign neglect,' writes Roy Boffy. A graffiti covered shopping arcade in February 2015 in ...
Their latest demand is that Britain must actively prepare for a "no deal" Brexit to demonstrate to the Europeans that we're deadly serious about ...
The UK chief of Ikea has thrown her weight behind a Brexit transition period as pressure mounts on the government to sign a deal to protect ...
Yet this is precisely what the exasperated Jiminy Crickets of Brexit are demanding of chancellor Philip Hammond. On Thursday, John Redwood ...
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling was responding to industry claims that food prices could rise sharply in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
A failure to reach a deal in the Brexit talks would inevitably lead to a so-called hard Irish border, according to Sir Keir Starmer. The Labour ...
Support for a second independence referendum in Scotland could surge in the event of a no-deal Brexit, an expert on Scotland's relationship ...
Nigel Farage has vowed to leave the UK and live abroad if Brexit turns out to be a "disaster". The former UKIP leader said he believed the UK's exit from the EU would be a success and that Britons have managed to grab themselves a "lifeboat off the ...
The Prime Minister has been urged to protect the rights of Europeans living and working in the UK. London mayor Sadiq Khan has intensified his demand that Theresa may must respect the rights of EU migrants in the UK as she officially launches Brexit.
ANGRY campaigners and MPs have warned Theresa may a government plan that could see immigration rise after Brexit would betray referendum voters.
24 January Supreme Court rules that Parliament must vote on Brexit. 26 January physicists shocked when government says that leaving the EU will also mean leaving the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom).
analysts say price rises likely on products for which UK is almost solely reliant on EU, irrespective of what trade deal is struck.
Brexit Britain fills me with calm. Six weeks on, there's no point pretending otherwise. Losing is far better than winning.
The first minister has been branded an "angry man in the grandstand shouting at the team on the field" by the Welsh Tory leader for making "outrageous" claims about the cost of Brexit. Andrew RT Davies said Carwyn Jones had no evidence to support his ...
British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty on Wednesday - which kicks off the official talks that will take the U.K.
If we want the kind of politics Britain will need as Europe responds to the Brexit vote formally, that needs to change. A total of 27 countries hold our fate in their hands.
Yes, he will get a chance to give his view to the Commons following the Prime Minister's imminent statement on Brexit. Yes, the subjects Corbyn chose to bring up - real-terms cuts in police spending, and the daft hacking away at schools budgets - are ...
"All of this work leads us to conclude that although Brexit may well bring some changes to our footprint, a lot will continue to operate as it does today.
MARGATE, England - At a traditional tea dance on England's southeast coast, couples glide gracefully across the dance floor seemingly untroubled by the looming Brexit storm. For many in Margate, a once-prosperous seaside town that is part of a ...
But that law will no longer apply after Brexit, so those countries won't be obliged to receive asylum seekers whom the UK wants to send back.
"This puts a premium on nerve," wrote the author of a management textbook explaining how best to bluff your way through important negotiations.
Havering - sandwiched between Essex and London - was one of the strongest pro-Brexit boroughs in the country, with 69.7% voting to leave the EU.
Many people voted for Brexit because of a "fourth industrial revolution" that has seen British workers' rights undermined, MPs were told on Tuesday.
workers from the European Union should be allowed to stay after Brexit and trade barriers must be avoided, employers' body CBI Wales has urged.
On Wednesday 29 March, at 12.30pm, Britain's ambassador to the EU, Tim Barrow, will hand deliver a letter to the European Council President, Donald Tusk.
'Now that article 50 is about to be triggered, the fate of all EU nationals who were living in Britain, or Britons living elsewhere in Europe, at an agreed date, should be treated as a matter apart from the other negotiations.
Nigel Farage has said he will "go and live abroad" if Brexit is a disaster. The four-time UKIP leader made the declaration to listeners to his LBC radio show on Monday night.
The Commission's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier looks like the partner who hired better lawyers in celebrity divorce proceedings, striking a more-in-sorrow-than-in-anger tone.
Brexit-backing MPs have stormed out of a private meeting of the Exiting the EU Committee in protest at a report that was said to be too "gloomy" about the prospects for the UK outside of Europe.


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