On June 23, the nationwide referendum on EU membership was held in the United Kingdom, in which 51.9 percent of voters said the country should leave the bloc. In early October, UK Prime Minister Theresa May promised to start the process of leaving the European Union in March 2017.
UK Ambassador to the European Union Ivan Rogers, who was expected to start negotiating Brexit with the bloc in the end of March, has announced his resignation.
The Slovak prime minister warned against holding Brexit-like referendums in the European Union.
Campaign group Change Britain has claimed that if the UK quit the customs union, it could create almost 400,000 jobs thanks to free trade deals.
Campaign group Change Britain claim that UK's exit from the EU single market and customs union will save the country billions.
The Former Bank of England Governor, Mervyn King, has said that Britain should be confident about the decision to leave the European Union as Brexit could be a success and will open up some "real opportunities" for economic reforms.
The Scottish government will reportedly present a plan for the country to remain in the EU single market despite Brexit next week.
A transitional agreement for the United Kingdom's separation from the European Union would reduce the risks to the financial stability and help the affected companies to make a smoother transition, Sam Woods, a deputy governor of the Bank of England, said Wednesday.
Members of the UK parliament have called upon the government to draft transitional trade arrangements that will help avoid a pressured and uncertain post-Brexit economy, the parliament's European Union Committee said in a press release Tuesday.
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond admitted on Monday a transitional period might be needed to smooth the path toward Brexit.
The fine food and wine business in the UK could be hit hard by Brexit and the business owners have already started to feel the impact of Britain's decision to leave the EU.
The UK Supreme Court on Monday will launch an appeal hearing of a recent judgment on the necessity of parliamentary support for the initiation of Brexit, contested by the country’s government.
UK payments to the European Union, in return for access to the European Single Market, need not be large after the country's exit from the European bloc, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said on Sunday.
The number of Europeans who would want their countries to leave the European Union has dramatically increased, says a new Sputnik.Polls survey. European experts commented on the reasons why the number of Eurosceptics in EU has grown.
Brexit will have bigger influence on UK economy than on the euro area but previous experience shows that the market reaction is likely to be muted anyway, European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi said.
The United Kingdom may backtrack on its earlier plans to seriously limit access to work visas for all immigrants to the country and make exceptions for EU countries' citizens, UK media reported Wednesday.
Freshly elected United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) leader Paul Nuttall said Monday he saw the party as the only electoral force to ensure "real Brexit."
The legal challenge over the United Kingdom’s presence in the European Economic Area (EEA) will not delay the country’s exit from the European Union, UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said Monday.
A human right watchdog has urged the UK government to tackle the issue of hate crime being on the rise since the Brexit referendum.
Prime Minister of Malta Joseph Muscat said Brussels will take a tough stance during Brexit negotiations.
Donald Trump's presidential victory and Brexit may undermine the stability of the Eurozone, according to the European Central Bank.
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