Theresa May has doubled down on her draft Brexit deal, reaffirming that it fulfils the promises of the referendum and provides the “certainty that businesses need”.
After 18 months of intense negotiations, the United Kingdom and European Union struck up a Brexit deal which outlines the future relationship between the two parties following March’s deadline.
The Brexit business impact is seeing a loss of investment for British companies, according to Carolyn Fairbairn, Director General of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI).
Stephan Barclay, the MP for North East Cambridgeshire, has been appointed Brexit secretary in replacement of Dominic Raab, who resigned on Thursday.
The Brexit Withdrawal Bill agreed between negotiators from the United Kingdom and European Union has not gone down well with Theresa May’s cabinet.
Mark Francois, the Member of Parliament for Rayleigh and Wickford, has become the latest MP to publicly submit a vote of no-confidence letter in Theresa May, unleashing a damning attack on the Prime Minister.
Theresa May has remained defiant about her Brexit deal, despite the loss of key Cabinet members and a growing move towards a no confidence vote.
As MPs and political commentators discussed today’s events outside parliament, they were at times drowned out by protestors calling for a People’s Vote.
Work and Pensions Minister Esther McVey has resigned, becoming the second senior Cabinet minister to quit over the EU withdrawal deal.
Theresa May has agreed a draft Brexit deal with the European Union, but now faces the next hurdle of getting it through a vote in Parliament.
Dominic Raab resigned as Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union this morning, tweeting his full letter of resignation.
It was recently estimated that leaving the EU without a trade deal in place could cost the UK as much as 10% of its GDP.
Today is a bad day for Theresa May.
The odds on Theresa May resigning as Prime Minister have been slashed by bookmakers as the number of senior cabinet ministers resigning over the Brexit deal grows.
Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has resigned in a key blow to Theresa May’s efforts to secure a Brexit deal.
An EU negotiator has predicted “the EU will retain all the controls”, in a note leaked to The Times.
As Theresa May prepares to brief her cabinet on the Brexit withdrawal bill, agreed in principle between negotiators from the United Kingdom and European Union, there is still concern over the economic impact that Brexit may have.
Brexit threatens London’s position as the data capital of Europe, according to a report unveiled at UK data conference Big Data LDN.
On Monday the pound dropped by almost 1% against the dollar to $1.286 and 0.2% against the euro to €1.142, reflecting the uncertainty of the pound’s future after Brexit.
Despite the UK banking on post-Brexit technology to keep the country’s economy buoyant, experts are sounding the alarm over inadequate education leading to a “brain drain”.
The UK tech sector continues to attract migrant workers despite Brexit uncertainty, according to figures released by leading recruitment site Indeed.
In the Brexit latest, ThyssenKrupp UK chief executive officer and Chairman Terry Sargeant has described Brexit as a “complete shambles”.
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Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said he “will do everything” he can to stop Brexit, and that he backs a second referendum.
The UK’s data protection watchdog the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released the findings of its investigation into the use of data analytics for political purposes, revealing the unlawful use of data by various groups during the Brexit referendum.
Leave.EU and Arron Banks’s Eldon Insurance face fines of £135,000 for data misuse during the 2016 EU referendum, a report by UK data watchdog Information Comissioner’s Office has concluded.
Almost half of private businesses believe Brexit will positively impact their potential to grow, with a similar number seeing the post-Brexit business opportunity landscape as positive, according a report published by business advisory company Kreston Reeves.
In the Brexit latest, a smartphone app that the UK government is launching to make it easy for EU citizens to apply to remain in the UK has hit a roadblock as the government finds itself in a battle with iPhone maker Apple.
The brutalist high-rise Centre Point has become the latest housing victim of Brexit as developer Almacantar has decided to take the flats off the market rather than sell them at budget prices.