Britain is holding a referendum on its membership of the European Union on June 23, 2016.
The UK government’s process of quitting the EU has been frustrated on numerous occasions by Remain-supporting lords who have proposed amendments to the Withdrawal Bill, which offers stronger protections against the prospect of a no-deal Brexit, and putting the brakes on post-exit trade plans.
It was earlier reported that Downing Street was planning to pull British diplomats from Brussels in a bid to reinforce the message that the UK is determined to leave the EU by the 31 October deadline.
The new Conservative Party leader (and Britain’s next prime minister) will be announced on Tuesday, 23 July. Boris Johnson is widely tipped as the favourite to replace Theresa May, and he has one crucial task – to take Britain out of the European Union.
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Jeremy Hunt is one of two remaining candidates for the Conservative party's leadership. Hunt, who voted to remain in the EU, weighed in on Brexit Wednesday, telling BBC radio he would vote to "leave" if the UK held another referendum.
MPs clashed over the handing the government the right to dismiss parliament and control the Brexit agenda and the right for parliament to prevent no-deal by any means necessary.
There are ten candidates for the Tory leadership contest, with former UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson a favourite to win the coveted seat that in 2019 comes with the job of prime minister.
As eleven Conservative MPs vie to replace Theresa May as Conservative party leader and, subsequently, prime minister, they have been outlining their Brexit strategies before nominations close at 17:00 BST on Monday.
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 UK-EU negotiations on Brexit should result in a victory for Brussels, Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico said Saturday.
EU member states' leaders unanimously adopted the guidelines for the upcoming talks on Brexit, President of the European Council Donald Tusk said on Saturday.
A scenario where the United Kingdom quits the European Union without a comprehensive free trade pact would be damaging for the UK’s non-financial services, a report by a parliamentary committee said Wednesday.
Britain's Prime Minister has been accused of "playing to the gallery" instead of preparing her party and the British public for Brexit.
European Union chief Donald Tusk has issued a stark warning to the UK that there will be no compromise of EU principles in negotiating Britain's departure from the EU. Tusk said that if the UK wishes to avoid the economic stresses that could be associated with a severe exit from the EU, the only option is to give up on Brexit all together.
Slovakia is worried that the United Kingdom's exit from the European Union, or Brexit, might have adverse consequences for Slovaks who live in the United Kingdom, member of the European Parliament Ivan Stefanec told Sputnik.
Departure from the EU customs union could potentially cost the United Kingdom 25 billion pounds ($30.2 billion), local media reported, citing a newly-appointed adviser on Brexit.
Czech Foreign Minister Lubomir Zaoralek said on Sunday that UK plans on Brexit process, involving the expected time period and means, were still unclear.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May said that she would return to the United Kingdom its independence from the European Union and put an end to the supremacy of the EU legislation in the state by introducing a new bill, local media reported.
The President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, put UK Prime Minister Theresa May under fresh pressure not to delay Brexit, telling her to start the process "as soon as possible".
The reaction of the UK economy on results of the referendum on country's exit from the European Union has appeared to be better than it was initially expected, UK Prime Minister Theresa May said Sunday.
The President of the European Court of Justice, Koen Lenaerts, has taken the unusual course of stepping into the debate of Britain's exit from the European Union - known as Brexit - saying the UK was never really a willing member in the first place.