Britain’s financial watchdog calls for immediate coordination with European Union.
The poisoning of a former spy could benefit the British, says the Russian Foreign Minister.
Theresa May promises Britain bright prospects outside the European Union.
The prospect of quitting the EU has hurt sentiment in Britain’s finance industry.
Sterling pushed to its best level against the euro since Feb. 28, rising 0.2 percent to 87.95 pence per euro.
Unilever picks Rotterdam over London for its main headquarters.
Companies in UK and EU face an extra $80 billion in annual costs if there is a no-deal Brexit.
The EU’s Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier calls on London to “pick up the pace” of talks if it wants a deal this year.
Britain will not engage in “Mad Max-style” deregulation and easing of workers’ rights.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will make two speeches on Brexit.
George Soros has donated £400,000 to a campaign for influencing British lawmakers to vote against a final Brexit deal.
British PM defies critics calling for her to resign, saying she has a long-term job to do: delivering Brexit and domestic reform.
Spray can in hand perched halfway up a ladder, Neequaye Dreph Dsane applied the final touches of colour to his latest mural enlivening an otherwise drab side street in east London.
Britain could lose 482,000 jobs by 2030 if the country crashes out of the EU, according to Cambridge Econometrics.
An EU agreement with Britain on relations after Brexit could serve as a model for ties with other countries.
Britain’s tepid growth can improve along with other advanced economies should a positive trade deal over Brexit be agreed.
May writes an open letter to the three million European citizens living in Britain.
Workers’ average weekly earnings adjusted for inflation fell 0.4% year-on-year from August to October 2017.
European Union leaders are set to open the next phase of the last-minute agreement of Brexit talks at a summit this week.
Numerous questions remain over the initial Brexit agreement on December 14th.
The EU Commission and the British approach for Friday’s historic Brexit divorce terms deal.
The EU Commission says that there is still “no white smoke” on a Brexit deal awaiting for British PM to return with an acceptable deal.
Facebook opens its new London office on Monday and said it would add 800 more jobs in the capital next year.
Britain offers to pay much of what the EU was demanding to settle a Brexit “divorce bill”.
Prime Minister Theresa May announces 4 billion pounds of spending on research and development and regional growth strategies.
Goldman Sachs is looking at Frankfurt and Paris as bases for its European activities.
Theresa May withstood new attempts to force concessions on her blueprint for leaving EU.
Theresa May will come under pressure from business leaders to speed up negotiations with the EU.
Michel Barnier is making contingency plans for the “possible” failure of divorce talks.
Theresa May is expected to appoint a new aid minister following a resignation.