Prime Minister Theresa May managed to gain support among her traditional opponents on Friday, after President Donald Trump launched an explosive attack on her Brexit policies whilst on a visit to the United Kingdom. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
Just over 9 months remain until Britain officially leaves the European Union. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
This week, British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a moment of truth over Brexit. After months of debating the detail of the legislation that will trigger UK withdrawal from the European Union, the House of Commons will stage crucial votes on Tuesday and Wednesday that will decide her fate. Read
Everyone in European finance has been abuzz over an obscure acronym — MiFID II — that’s about to radically change how assets from stocks to commodities are traded and investors’ money is managed. Banks and asset managers across the European Union have spent more than $2 billion preparing for it.
779,000 Irish passports issued in 2017, the highest number since records began and up 6% on the year before The number of Irish passports issued has hit record levels since the Brexit vote, with applications from Britain and Northern Ireland continuing to rise, the Irish government has announced. More than
Labour peer urges his party to support second referendum as he steps down as chair of national commission Brexit has caused a nervous breakdown in Whitehall, the former Labour minister Andrew Adonis has said following his resignation as chair of the government-backed National Infrastructure Commission. Lord Adonis resigned on Friday
Party urged to clarify policy as poll finds more than half of Labour voters oppose leadership backing Brexit Labour is coming under pressure from leading pro-remain campaigners to clarify its stance on Brexit, after polling showed that a quarter of its current voters could switch party by the next election
The former prime minister says stopping Brexit is more important than getting a Labour government. Corbyn has genuine personal charm, he says, but his team have placed pragmatism over principle The last time I met Tony Blair in person, I got quite a shock. It was two years after he
Chief negotiator says no-deal scenario is not Brussels preferred option, but everyone needs to plan for it The EUs chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, has said the bloc is drawing up contingency plans for the possible collapse of Britains departure talks. Barnier, who told Frances Journal du Dimanche newspaper the
Cross-party group draws up plans to make it impossible for PM to allow Britain to crash out of the EU without a deal A powerful cross-party group of MPs is drawing up plans that would make it impossible for Theresa May to allow Britain to crash out of the EU