On Thursday, the United Kingdom held a referendum on its membership of the European Union. Earlier on Friday, it was announced that 51.9 percent of people supported the move to leave the bloc.
The UK monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, was frustrated with British Prime Minister Theresa May's reluctance to disclose plans for process of the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union, local media reported on Friday.
Ivan Rogers, UK EU Permanent Representative privately warned that a UK-EU trade deal after Brexit may take 10 years to negotiate, local media reported on Thursday.
The secrecy of UK government's preparations for Brexit is hampering its' process, a UK think tank focused on the issues of promoting more effective government said Wednesday.
Any Parliament member who would vote against the government's timetable on Brexit later will be considered disrespectful regarding the will of the people of the UK.
Tory backbenchers will demand on Wednesday detailed Brexit plans, outlining future relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union, from Prime Minister Theresa May, media reported.
UK PM Theresa May will do her best to retain the UK access to the European single market.
UK Brexit Secretary has met with member of the European Parliament and the European Union's chief Brexit negotiator.
Granting a special status in the European Single Market to the UK may pose a huge threat to its key principles, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Tuesday.
Brexit will provide the UK with a greater economic freedom that the government should use by creating Free Ports all across the nation, which will help the country increase manufacturing output, create more jobs and promote trade, a new report by Rishi Sunak, a member of the UK parliament, published by the Center for Policy Studies revealed.
UK PM is expected to say on Monday that her country is a global free trade champion.
Former leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP) party Nigel Farage said he will return to politics if Brexit is delayed or blocked.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier urged the UK government on Friday to stick to its schedule on EU exit after a court ruling threatened to derail the process.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday told German Chancellor Angela Merkel and President of the European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker that the United Kingdom would stick to the Brexit schedule despite the recent court ruling demanding parliamentary approval of the procedure, the Prime Minister's Office said in a statement.
Two out of five EU citizens living in the United Kingdom are concerned about job security amid Brexit vote, while almost 40 percent consider leaving Britain but have not yet made up their mind, a poll revealed on Friday.
The UK’s economy accelerated post-Brexit, exceeding previous expectations and suggesting further fiscal and monetary stimuli would be rather subdued, with a return to macroeconomic normality projected sooner than previously believed.
The UK Confederation of British Industry lobby group urged Chancellor of the Exchequer to set out a more ambitious pro-enterprise agenda.
The recent talks between UK Prime Minister Theresa May and the heads of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland were "frustrating," Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Monday.
If Scottish, Welsh, Northen Ireland leaders fail to reach Brexit agreement, the UK may witness a severe constitutional crisis.
A second referendum on Scottish independence is possible unless the UK will not demostrate intention to protect Scottish interests, Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said Sunday.