Here we are already.
The British government is set to push for an “innovative and untested approach” to customs checks during Brexit negotiations with the European Union, as both parties attempt to avoid potential disruption to businesses.
Will it be £50bn?
In terms of Brexit, there are few more important people than David Davis.
A year on from the divisive European Union referendum, Brexit negotiations are now underway.
UK prime minister Theresa May is celebrating her leadership anniversary with the release of the Brexit Repeal bill, formally known as the European Union (Withdrawal) bill.
Prior to the Brexit vote last June, it was predicted that a vote to leave the European Union (EU) would cause a major recession and plunge the UK into an economic downturn.
The negotiations over the UK leaving the European Union will begin today (19 June) – despite concerns the talks would be delayed after the shock general election result.
Michael Cole-Fontayn, the European chair of US bank BNY Mellon, has said that major banks are preparing plans for a worst-case Brexit scenario.
In March, British prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the official EU exit clause.
The European Union chief negotiator Michel Barnier has laid out his guidelines for talks with the UK as the country prepares to leave the trading bloc.
Last week, British prime minister Theresa May triggered Article 50, the official exit clause of the Lisbon treaty that sets a two-year deadline for a country to leave the European Union (EU).
The government has published its long-awaited white paper detailing its plans to leave the European Union.