Post-Brexit Guide: Where are we now? *latest updates*
The UK's exit from the EU came more than three and a half years after the 2016 Brexit referendum. But major challenges lie ahead in determining the future relationship.
May's endless Brexit has left the UK exhausted
If Brexit were a tennis match, it would be one of those grueling five-setters which has gone down to a tie-break in the last, with the score currently 60 games even, and neither player able to gain a clear advantage over the other.
U.K. Faces Key Brexit Vote Tuesday
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May enters a big week for Brexit with her bill expected to fail and reports that her cabinet has turned against her. She’s sent senior colleagues to meet conservative lawmakers to persuade them to back her on Tuesday or risk a no deal divorce. Bloomberg’s David Finnerty reports on “Bloomberg Daybreak: Middle East.” (Source: Bloomberg)
No-deal Brexit: what would ‘WTO terms’ mean for UK-EU trade?
The UK is on course to leave the EU with a divorce deal following Boris Johnson's election victory. But what if it fails to secure a future trade agreement with the EU?
Brexit turmoil won't automatically push UK rating down: S&P Global
Britain's AA credit rating may not be affected by any change of prime minister, S&P Global said on Wednesday, but it would be unlikely to survive an economically painful hard Brexit from the European Union.
Brexit's withdrawal agreement draft – the details
Draft Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union - Euronews dives into the text