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British press reaction to Brexit - an epic constitutional, political and economic mess-up that probably includes a mind-bogglingly destructive ...
Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin, Germany. Jonathan Sykes has set up two companies since moving to the city nearly three years ago. Photograph: ...

This agreement is at risk because of Brexit and Stone says he could not afford to pay for his hospital bills on his state and small private pension.
Brexit negotiations are thought to have played a role in the plunge, but higher staff and property costs at airports have also been blamed for the ...
But one might be forgiven for thinking that the UK government does not know this for all the attention it has paid to the implications of Brexit for ...
Theresa may, Brexit Secretary David Davis and Mr Hammond have all said they want to leave the single market but have a customs ...

Last November, emails revealed than Virgin boss Branson was willing to bankroll a campaign to derail Brexit, which had also received the ...
David Davis, the Brexit secretary, left, met up with Michel Barnier, who leads the EU negotiating team, in Brussels for a second round of talks.
The "cabinet is united" over the need for a transitional period after Britain officially leaves the European Union, Cabinet minister Michael Gove ...
The UK's Brexit secretary, David Davis (left), with the chief EU negotiatior, Michel Barnier, at a press conference in Brussels on Friday.
Next boss and prominent Leave campaigner Lord Simon Wolfson has criticised the government for failing to present a clear vision on Brexit, ...
Always highly symbolic of our sense of nation, the English Channel today represents an ever-widening political chasm. On the one hand, ...
Owen Paterson, the former Environment Secretary and high-profile Brexit-supporter, has objected to the idea that the UK might pay into the EU ...
The current Prime Minister has rightly made it an ambition for the UK to be a "global leader in free trade" after Brexit. This will be vital, as it has ...
While the British government destroys itself over Brexit, the parts for a third industrial revolution are being assembled elsewhere. This is an ...
In the days after the Brexit vote, there were attacks on immigrants elsewhere in the U.K. But one couple, immigrants from Portugal, spoke up.
Brexit poses "real risks" to the cost, availability and quality of the UK's food supplies, which the government has shown little sign of addressing, ...

A spate of leaks, mainly against the chancellor, Philip Hammond, nevertheless shows the extent of ministerial disagreement over Brexit and ...
Brexit secretary David Davis took part in less than an hour of discussions with the EU on the first day of substantive negotiations with Brussels ...
So Guardian types find their eyes, desperate with hope, drawn to the crescendo of signals that Brexit can't and won't happen, to stories that say ...
The Conservative Party's Owen Paterson blasted Labour rival Chris Bryant on Sky News' All Out politics after the pro-EU politician said EU doctors and nurses were considering leaving the UK because of Brexit. The Labour MP branded the government's ...
Brexit Secretary David Davis stated in Hansard: "Every part of the United Kingdom needs to prepare its statute book to ensure that it can function after we leave the European Union.
Mr Dehousse predicted that at least four separate deals would emerge from the Brexit talks, all of which will need to be subject to some form of independent judicial oversight.
London's status as a global financial technology hub could be undermined if Brexit complicates the ability of companies to operate across Europe and access to talent becomes difficult, the co-founder of an international online money transfer platform ...
At the close of his joint press conference with the European Union's Michel Barnier following the first day of Article 50 negotiations in Brussels, Brexit Secretary David Davis invoked the words of Winston Churchill - or at least he thought he did ...
The message to be taken from today's Downing Street proceedings is a simple one: England, you wanted Brexit so you can pay for it.
LABOUR'S Brexit chief today suggested EU citizens should have "superior" rights to Brits after we cut ties with Brussels.
Brexit predictions from the Treasury, OECD and IMF on Brexit were "overly pessimistic", academics have claimed. New research from the University of Cambridge says there won't be a huge impact on trade after we leave, despite the repeated warnings ...
But after Brexit, its bargaining power will be weak, especially if the priority becomes bringing in foreign investment to counteract the impact Brexit will have on our finances. Unlike Ireland, we will not be told that offering huge tax breaks broke ...
The country's insurers have been among the quickest to react to the Brexit vote, with The Telegraph reporting earlier this month that insurance giant RSA would open a subsidiary in Luxembourg, following moves by rival insurers AIG, FM Global and Hiscox ...
Brexit is a recent coinage and, linguistically speaking, a "blend" (like brunch or smog), so you would expect most people to take their cue from the words used to create it: Britain and Exit.
Today Theresa may laid out her offer to guarantee rights for European Union nationals living and working in the United Kingdom - in return she will expect the EU to apply the same rights to Britons living abroad.
Theresa may has said she wants EU citizens living in the UK to stay after Brexit as she announced plans designed to put their "anxiety to rest".
But Abe's enthusiasm for an early free trade agreement will encourage Theresa may and other pro-Brexit politicians who insist that leaving the EU will mean Britain is better placed to trade freely with major economies.
A hard Brexit would be a "calamity" that would spell the end for the Heathrow expansion, according to the chairman of the National Infrastructure Commission.
Whereas the Labour party has had seven plans on Brexit in the past nine months and we've got members of the Labour party front bench - the shadow home secretary, the shadow chief secretary, the shadow attorney general - who want to retain free ...
Leaving the EU is a chance to reform the biggest sector of Britain's economy. But is Michael Gove up to the job, or will he be hamstrung by free-market dogma?
Brexit will "dramatically increase" the amount of fish available to be caught in British waters, Environment Secreatry Michael Gove promised yesterday.
While Remainers argued before the referendum that the UK's economy would be adversely affected by voting to leave the European Union, four business leaders have now spoken to Bloomberg about their experiences in the past 12 months and how their ...
The president of the European Commission says he does not know what sort of Brexit the UK wants, as negotiations for the country to leave the bloc continued in Brussels.
MPs from all parties are already planning an alliance to defeat Theresa may's plans for a hard Brexit, just days into the new Parliament.
"Brexit creates a new reality where there are some clearinghouses that are outside the E.U. but critically important to the E.U.
A trader from BGC, a global brokerage company in London's Canary Wharf financial centre reacts during trading June 24, 2016 after Britain voted to leave the European Union in the EU Brexit referendum. Reuters/Russell Boyce. LONDON - One year ago ...
Andrea Leadsom, the leader of the House of Commons, has come under fire for calling on broadcasters to be "a bit patriotic" in their Brexit coverage. The outgoing Liberal Democrat leader, Tim Farron, described Leadsom, who stood for the leadership of ...
Would I be able to run positive stories about, say, my mate Gina Miller - who successfully campaigned for parliamentary scrutiny of the Brexit process - in the Telegraph if I were there today? Or at the Daily Mail? Dream on: it's two minutes of hate ...
Cross-party moves are afoot to ensure one of the most vocal opponents of hard Brexit is installed in a key position of influence in the House of Commons.
But there is a real risk that Brexit will be used as an excuse to change all the rules without care or thoughtfulness. That risk is generating daily distress for families - including mixed families like Martha's, where British children are now being ...
The director general of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has said an urgent solution is needed to Irish border issues after Brexit. Carolyn Fairbairn spoke after meeting business representatives in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
On the anniversary of Brexit - the vote that triggered Britain's shock decision to leave the European Union, we'll take a look at where things stand.
The unexpected victory for supporters of an exit, known as Brexit, was a blow to the Conservative prime minister, David Cameron, who announced his resignation the next morning.


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