Britain and the European Union yesteray enter a pivotal week that determines if they are still on course to reach amicable divorce terms – and when Brexit might finally occur.
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Brexit talks between Britain and the European Union teetered on the brink of collapse, with tit-for-tat claims of intransigence.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned the European Union on Sunday he will not delay Brexit beyond October 31, underlining that his latest proposals are a last chance to reach a deal.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told a court he will request a Brexit delay if he fails to strike a deal with the EU by October 19, according to documents published online Friday.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson made a final Brexit offer to the European Union on Wednesday, pitching a possible compromise for a last-minute exit deal that was cautiously welcomed by the EU though the two sides still remain far apart.
Boris Johnson cautions against the likelihood of making a Brexit breakthrough.
Cambodia will continue to enjoy preferential trade status in the United Kingdom once it leaves the European Union.
One in three Irish farms will be at risk of going under following a no-deal Brexit.
British PM likened himself to the unruly comic book character The Incredible Hulk.
France says it is worried by Britain’s preparations for leaving the European Union.
British premier Boris Johnson faced calls Thursday to reverse his suspension of parliament after a Scottish court ruled it illegal, as government documents warned a no-deal Brexit could lead to civil unrest and shortages of food and medicines.
How will the UK handle trade after it exits the EU and how will Brexit affect its trade ties with Asian economies?
Beleaguered British Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed to continue with his attempts to strike a new Brexit deal with Brussels, after losing yet another parliamentary vote on Tuesday to hold an early election.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s hardline Brexit strategy stood in tatters on Thursday after a humiliating week left him without a working majority but unable to call an election.
Pound tops $1.23, hitting a 1-month peak on fading prospects of a “no deal” Brexit.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson braced for another showdown in parliament on Wednesday after a humiliating defeat over his Brexit strategy, with MPs set to vote on a law aimed at blocking a no-deal departure.
The pound rebound further , but gains were capped by investor anxiety.
Boris Johnson to call an election for October 14 if MPs vote against his Brexit strategy.
The pound slid once more as data revealed a slump in UK manufacturing.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Wednesday that parliament would be suspended until October 14 – just two weeks before the UK is set to leave the EU – enraging anti-Brexit MPs.
Britain must pay its Brexit divorce bill even without a deal, the EU says.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is expected to tell European Council head Donald Tusk that the UK will only pay 9 billion pounds ($11 billion) instead of the 39 billion pound ($47.88 billion) liability agreed by former Prime Minister Theresa May under a no-deal Brexit, Sky News reported early on Sunday.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday challenged Britain to come up with alternatives to the Irish border backstop within 30 days, but French President Emmanuel Macron cautioned there would be no renegotiation of the Brexit deal.
Britain says it would end EU freedom of movement rules immediately after Brexit.
Labour Party urges rebel Conservative lawmakers to help block a no-deal Brexit.
The Bank of England lowers its near-term economic growth forecasts.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Monday she believed Prime Minister Boris Johnson was pursuing a no-deal Brexit.
Former Chancellor Philip Hammond, who quit the government last week before Boris Johnson took over as prime minister, has held secret talks with the opposition Labour Party about how to stop a no-deal Brexit, a newspaper said.
Boris Johnson promised in his first speech as prime minister to lead Britain out of the European Union on Oct 31 with “no ifs or buts” and warned that if the bloc refused to negotiate then there would be a no-deal Brexit.