There is a danger the UK could be headed for a data sharing cliff edge in the financial services industry in the event of a hard Brexit, the House of Lords European Union financial affairs sub-committee was told today.
With just ten months to go before the UK formally leaves the European Union, it’s been revealed that the number of Britons becoming naturalised German citizens rose 162% in 2017 from the year before.
Italian markets showed no signs of jitters as coalition talks by Eurosceptic parties to form a government in Italy took shape on Sunday.
The unofficial Brexit campaign group Leave.EU has been fined £70,000 ($95,000) for exceeding a limit on expenditure, the British elections watchdog the Electoral Commission has said.
Chinese tech giant Tencent has reached a deal with the UK that will see collaborations in film, games, fashion, and tourism.
As results roll in from England’s local elections yesterday, the Conservatives emerge undamaged, with slightly disappointing results for Labour.
The UK’s Brexit Secretary David Davis has said some of the amendments made by the House of Lords to the European Union Withdrawal Bill may aid the EU in negotiations.
The European Commission met today to lay out its budget proposals for a so-called multiannual financial framework, which will run from 2021 to 2027.
Sajid Javid’s appointment as home secretary maintains the Cabinet balance over Brexit, following predecessor Amber Rudd’s resignation over the Windrush debacle late last night Javid, who is the MP for Bromsgrove, has held a variety of Cabinet posts, most recently as secretary of state for communities and local government.
It is highly likely that Britain will strike a Brexit deal with the European Union, according to David Davis, who is leading the UK’s negotiations with Brussels.
This week is Museum Week — a social-media based celebration which encourages people to interact with their favourite museums online.
The final cost to the UK of leaving the European Union could nudge £40 billion, above the £35 billion to £39 billion so-called Brexit bill suggested by Prime Minister Theresa May’s government.
The British bank note and passport company De La Rue has said it won’t appeal the government’s decision to award a contract for manufacturing UK passports to the Franco-Dutch company Gemalto — sending the De La Rue share price lower.
The pound has been pushed to its highest level against the dollar since the UK voted to leave the European Union in June 2016.
A wave of parties and campaigns calling for a second referendum on the final Brexit deal is sweeping Britain.
The UK diverging from European Union rules after it leaves the trading bloc in March 2019 will mean more costs than benefits for British business and the UK economy, according to a report by the British CBI employers’ group.
Could a Brexit museum be on the horizon for Britain?
Hungary’s right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban has won his third consecutive term in office in a landslide victory.
Fishermen are staging a Brexit protest across the UK on Sunday against the UK’s transition deal with the European Union that some have warned will leave the UK’s fishing industry at the mercy of the EU after March 2019.
The British space industry might become a casualty of the UK’s exit from the European Union in just under a year’s time.
The UK has retained its position as a key destination for high-rolling Chinese investors, despite fears that its exit from the European Union would make it a less attractive hub for foreign investment.
Happy Article 50 day, and many Brexit returns!
With just one year to go before the UK leaves the European Union, the country’s Prime Minister Theresa May has kicked off a day-long tour of all four regions of the UK.
With one year to go until Brexit day on 29 March next year, people on the streets of London have a negative view of talks between the UK and the European Union and the country’s ability to walk away from negotiations with a good deal.
European financiers will today discuss a plan to raid €56 billion from the European Central Bank’s (ECB) revenues to fill an EU budget gap left by the UK leaving the bloc.
The UK’s Prime Minister Theresa May is scrambling to stop Britain being excluded from the Galileo satellite project after it leaves the European Union.
Alistair Darling, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer between 2007 and 2010, has said that the British government may not be able to protect its financial system if the UK’s exit from the European Union dampens confidence in lending to the UK.
The UK’s post-Brexit blue passports are going to be produced by a firm in mainland Europe, the British Home Office has this morning confirmed.
The UK space industry is counting down to lift off as a new space law receives royal assent allowing the country to build its first spaceport and cash in on the commercial space race.
The UK is to announce plans to build a new chemical weapons defence centre in a bid to protect itself from Russia and North Korea.