Parliament will consider debating the possibility of stopping Brexit if there is a no-deal situation by the March 2019 deadline after a petition on the matter reached over 100,000 signatures.
The problem surrounding the Irish border continues to hold up Brexit negotiations as the UK lumbers towards a disorderly exit from the European Union.
A millennial in the UK will lose up to £108,000 in earnings under a worst-case no-deal Brexit over a 30-year career, reports campaign group Our Future, Our Choice.
In the Brexit latest, UK Prime Minister Theresa May has seemingly won over the support of her party at the Conservative Private Members’ Committee for backbench Members of Parliament.
In the Brexit latest, the Brexit select committee met this morning to discuss the progress of the UK’s negotiations on EU withdrawal.
Dyson, best known as the company behind the Dyson vacuum cleaner, has announced that it will start manufacturing electric cars in Singapore, despite founder James Dyson’s pro-Brexit position.
James Dyson has chosen Singapore as the site of his business’s electric car manufacturing plant over post-Brexit Britain.
In the Brexit latest, Prime Minister Theresa May announced yesterday in the House of Commons that “95% of the withdrawal agreement and its protocols are now settled”.
In the Brexit latest, Saturday’s march of 700,000 calling for a second referendum has gone unheard as the UK Government today continues negotiations for Britain to exit the European Union.
With less than six months before the Brexit deadline, support for the European Union is higher than ever among the majority of member states, according to a exhaustive new poll.
In the Brexit latest, UK foreign minister Jeremy Hunt has called on Tory troops in parliament to stay united behind Prime Minister Theresa May as negotiations continue.
Businesses are increasingly looking to shield themselves from the negative impacts of Brexit, and blockchain may be the solution, with over half looking for a Brexit blockchain boost.
In the Brexit latest, Theresa May has announced that she has been offered the possibility of delaying Brexit in order to resolve the increasingly fraught negotiation process.
Brexit pessimism is now considerably worse than two years ago, with 31% of people expecting their standard of living to reduce, according to research by Policy Institute at King’s College London.
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In Brexit latest, the UK Prime Minister Theresa May will be presenting on Brexit with EU leaders in Brussels, with plans for a further “crunch” summit to be confirmed for November.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May addressed the House of Commons on the Brexit latest, where she said: “Taken together, the shape of a deal across the vast majority of the withdrawal agreement – the terms of our exit – are now clear.
With six months to go until the Brexit deadline, the impact of ongoing negotiations is being felt across numerous industries.
One of the major sticking points in the UK’s withdrawal negotiations with the EU is the so-called Irish backstop.
Talks between Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab and EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier are reported to have faltered over the need for a backup plan to do with the Irish border, known as the backstop.
Post-Brexit education will require universities and colleges in the UK to stop competing and work more closely with each other and with employers, according to a report by Universities UK, the collective voice of 137 universities.
This weekend news broke of an app breach at the Conservative Party conference, prompting predictions of an embarrassing Conservative Party GDPR fine.
UK Corporation tax cut of at least 2% is coming, making the UK the country with the lowest corporate tax rate in the G20, according to Prime Minister Theresa May speaking at Bloomberg in New York yesterday.
A ‘no deal’ Brexit could cause customs delays at UK and EU borders and threatens companies with bankruptcy, says a survey of 1,075 UK and 143 EU supply chain managers by the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS).
The looming decision on a Brexit deal or no deal has caused uncertainties in London’s financial district, creating questions over the city’s ability to remain a leading financial centre in Europe and the world.
Farming in the UK is facing an uncertain time.
Britain’s decision to leave the European Union is proving to be one of the most divisive in modern politics.
Domain registrars have this week warned UK-based EU domain owners that if a no-deal Brexit occurs, their sites will go offline.
The UK government has advised businesses to consider employing the services of a customs broker in the event of a ‘no deal’ scenario, in the first batch of its Brexit technical notices.
The UK now has the lowest levels of migration since 2012, according to government statistics released today.