On June 23, 2016, the United Kingdom held a referendum on leaving the European Union. England and Wales voted in favor of leaving the European Union, while Scotland and Northern Ireland voted against.
Brexit negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union officially kicked off on June 19, and are due to be completed by the end of March 2019.
Margot Wallström, Sweden's foreign minister and the architect of the Scandinavian's nation "feminist" foreign policy, has blasted Britain's powers that be for botching the UK's upcoming departure from the EU, which she called a grave error.
Negotiations between the UK and EU yielded a major breakthrough in Brussels yesterday, with negotiators agreeing on a Brexit transition deal, though some matters, such as the Irish border, are yet to be resolved.
A news study urges Britain to maintain “regulatory alignment” with the European Union and to ensure trade with Europe that is as “frictionless” as possible.
Negotiations between the UK and EU have proved difficult, with a number of key matters – especially the issue of Northern Ireland’s border – holding up talks and limiting progress in recent months.
The UK's departure from the European Union may have drastic consequences for Denmark's fishing industry, which at present is thriving off of fishing rights around the British Isles. Brexit is therefore predicted to cost hundreds of jobs, dealing a hard blow to the entire industry, a new report has found.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Up to 87,000 jobs in the UK capital are at risk if the country withdraws from the European Union without a formal agreement being reached during the negotiations between London and Brussels, the Evening Standard reported, citing Brexit impact papers commissioned by London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on December 19 met with her cabinet to discuss the “end stage” of Brexit negotiations with the European Union against the backdrop of increasing demands from Brussels that appear to be worsening factional divisions within the ruling Conservative Party.
Several Conservative MPs rebelled against the UK government in a crucial vote on Brexit in parliament. While the country's leaders claim they can and will now deliver Brexit, more potentially bruising parliamentary battles lie ahead - and public appetite for the move could be ever-depleting.
British Prime Minister has suffered a notable domestic defeat; members of her own Conservative Party have rebelled against their leader, voting in favor of a parliamentary 'veto' on any final Brexit deal.
Urgent talks are underway between Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May and leaders of Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Fein after Brexit discussions between the UK and the EU broke down in Brussels.
The British Prime Minister now finds herself in a difficult situation, as her Northern Irish coalition partners have threatened vital Brexit talks, creating a major obstacle to the UK's efforts to leave the European Union.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to hold vital talks with EU leaders today that will decide the future of Brexit.
The prospect of Brexit has become a nightmare for Nordic fishermen, who may lose access to the rich fishing grounds around the British Isles following the UK's divorce from the European Union.
The plan, presented to EU leaders "behind closed doors," reportedly says that London would have a good transition deal if the British government accepts new Brussels rules for the post-Brexit period.
Germany might have to bear some consequences of Brexit as one of the EU key players.
The exit of the UK, which currently provides 12% of the EU budget, from the bloc leaves Brussels needing to rebalance its books. Iain Begg of the London School of Economics and Political Science's European Institute told Radio Sputnik how the EU's 27 remaining members are likely to react to requests for more money – or budget cuts.
Britain has released white papers on trade and customs after Brexit and negotiations with the EU are underway.
The European Parliament is holding a plenary session on Tuesday where they will discuss negotiations with the UK, as the March 2019 date for Britain's withdrawal from the EU approaches.
The UK primer minister outlined the future of London's ties with the European Union amid the Brexit process.
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Tuesday denies his possible resignation over Brexit disagreements with PM Theresa May concerning Brexit issues.
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