The government’s bill implementing the withdrawal deal has passed through both Houses of Parliament, meaning the UK will finally be leaving the EU on January 31st, 2020.
The Treasury Secretary of the United States, Steve Mnuchin, said that the Trump administration expects to sign a post-Brexit trade deal with the United Kingdom by the end of this year.
The U.K. Parliament on Wednesday evening passed legislation paving the way for the country to leave the European Union on Jan. 31, 2020. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the U.K. had “crossed the Brexit finish line” following passage of the Withdrawal Agreement, which will officially become law when it receives royal assent from Queen […]
The economy of the United Kingdom has once again refused to conform to the doom and gloom prophecies of anti-Brexit economists, posting record job numbers ahead of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.
President Donald Trump has talked up the prospect of a “tremendous” trade deal with the United Kingdom during his keynote Davos Speech.
Populist Danish MEP Morten Messerschmidt has predicted that his country will leave the EU by 2030 following the success of Brexit.
The outgoing 70-year-old socialist leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, has nominated the anti-Brexit and anti-Trump former Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, to become a British peer.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is planning to use his pursuit of a U.S. trade deal as leverage when negotiating with the EU post-Brexit.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson could start trade negotiations with the United States before the European Union, signalling to Brussels he is serious about diverging from the bloc after Brexit.
Guy Verhofstadt MEP is certain that a “young generation” will reverse the decision made by the 2016 referendum voters and force the UK to rejoin the EU.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s office has revealed the plans to mark the UK leaving the EU at 11 pm on January 31st, 2020, but Big Ben ringing in the new era of British history is not amongst them.
When Channel 4 launches its daytime current-affairs program “The Steph Show” this spring, it will mark a milestone in the U.K. broadcaster’s output. Like most of the British film and TV industries, Channel 4 has been heavily London-centric. By contrast, “The Steph Show,” starring journalist and presenter Steph McGovern, was commissioned by the network’s new […]
London authorities have approved a street party in Parliament Square, Westminster, on Brexit Day organised by Nigel Farage and Leave Means Leave.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has addressed called for Big Ben to chime at the Brexit Hour, saying Britons could fund it if they “bung a bob for a Big Ben bong”.
A Liberal Democrat Member of the House of Lords has pronounced that post-Brexit Britain will be “reminiscent” of Nazi-era Germany, saying that people are “crying” themselves to sleep in fear of what the UK will look like after leaving the European Union.
Actor Patrick Stewart said the upcoming Star Trek series Picard will reflect the “world of Brexit and Trump” by portraying the show’s fictional United Federation of Planets as less “reliable and trustworthy” than in past series.
A contender to replace ageing socialist Jeremy Corbyn as the leader of the Labour Party concluded his campaign by deriding over half of Britain’s electorate, saying the Brexit campaign had “racism at its core”.
Brussels will act in a “political” manner and could bar the United Kingdom’s financial hub from its markets should Prime Minister Boris Johnson attempt to free the nation from burdensome regulations imposed by the bloc.
The EU Withdrawal Agreement passed a vote in the House of Commons Thursday afternoon, three and a half years after the Brexit referendum.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has told Prime Minister Boris Johnson to get tough in trade deal negotiations with Brussels.