Brexit has happened. But the UK still faces two major choices over the coming year. How will it align its domestic economy with Europe? And how will it continue its global role?
The quarreling between thrifty contributors and demanding recipients is not just about money, but something deeper. No resolution is in sight for the time being.
Cambodia and UK have pledged that Kingdom will continue to enjoy preferential trade status.
British Finance Minister Sajid Javid resigns, a blow to Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
While Brexit Brits are leaving the European Union in droves, two of Britain’s finest BritCool artistes – painter Jo Peel and DJ Danny Rampling – are re-entering Cambodia to bring delight to the discerning.
Trade relation with the UK to improve in the future: official at Ministry of Commerce.
On Jan 31, the United Kingdom left the European Union. We lost a member of our family. It was a sad moment for us, for European citizens – and, indeed, for many British citizens.
For many in the UK, especially the erratic, populist Prime Minister Boris Johnson, it is not about economic or political opportunity but rather about a feeling – a feeling of independence, of controlling one’s own destiny.
And so it’s official. The UK can have its cake crumbs and eat them. The divorce proceedings with the EU have been tortuous, but they’re likely to pale in comparison with what lies ahead for the UK.
London’s financial sector is to forge new ties and remain an international force.
Some 62 percent of people north of the border voted to remain in the EU in 2016.
Britain finally departs the European Union on Friday.
Johnson tells African leaders that Britain would be more open to migrants after Brexit.
Britain’s economy has stalled as Brexit contributed to slashing manufacturing output.
UK could lose its open access to the EU market if refused to extend post-Brexit talks.
Britain’s manufacturing activity slumped in December for the eighth month in a row, hit by Brexit jitters and global trade tensions, data showed yesterday.
This growing sense of nationalism echoes the sentiments that have seen radical changes in Europe’s political leadership.
Looking at the issue of Brexit negotiations panning out in 2020, at this stage a no-deal is less likely than it was towards the end of last year because Johnson has a whopping majority now in the House of Commons.
After years of political disagreement and drama, the UK Parliament has passed a sweeping EU withdrawal agreement bill. Prime Minister Boris Johnson wants to sever all ties with the bloc.
Britain’s new parliament gives its initial approval to a revised EU divorce deal.
The last time the Conservatives cruised to such a crushing victory was in 1987 under Margaret Thatcher: She who so gleefully wielded her handbag against the EU, spouting lines such as “We want our money back”.
Britain went to the polls yesteday to decide the future of Brexit in a snap pre-Christmas election aimed at ending years of political deadlock and bitter divisions over the country’s European Union membership.
For British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the general election on yesterday is the only way to end the long-drawn Brexit deadlock.
UK to preserve Cambodia’s preferential access to its market even after Brexit: PM.
Von der Leyen was forced to rename the portfolio that she initially called “Protecting our European Way of Life” after heavy criticism from the left that it pandered to right-wing populism and was misleading.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged Sunday to take Britain out of the EU by January 31, then set about reinvigorating public services as he launched his Conservative Party’s general election manifesto.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has revealed that every Conservative Party candidate standing in the country’s general election on Dec. 12 has personally pledged to back his Brexit deal.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday launched the Conservatives’ election campaign in a traditional stronghold of the Labour opposition he hopes to win over by vowing to “get Brexit done”.
Britain’s political leaders tested their election pitches on Wednesday after parliament backed Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s second bid for a pre-Christmas poll aimed at breaking the lengthy Brexit deadlock.
British MPs on Monday defeated yet another attempt by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to force an early election, just hours after the European Union agreed to postpone Brexit for up to three months.