The So-Called 'Hard Brexit'
The world is watching as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May leads her country out of the European Union.
Ireland's New Leader At Odds With His British CounterpartBy Jake Jones | June 14, 2017
He's young, openly gay and conservative. And he has a few tough words for U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May.
The UK Government Is Up For GrabsBy Matt Picht | June 8, 2017
No one party has a majority in Parliament after the U.K.'s snap elections.
EU Wants Spain To Control How Brexit Affects GibraltarBy Matt Picht | March 31, 2017
The EU's initial proposals for how to negotiate Brexit say Spain should have veto power over any U.K.-EU deals that affect Gibraltar.
Brexit Begins: UK Officially Triggers Talks To Leave The EUBy Matt Picht | March 29, 2017
The U.K. has officially told the European Union it intends to leave the bloc. This procedure formally starts the two-year exit process.
Scottish Parliament Supports Independence Referendum Ahead Of BrexitBy Jake Jones | March 28, 2017
Scotland's Parliament is backing First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's call for a second independence referendum before the U.K. completely leaves the EU.
UK's House Of Lords Throws Up Another Brexit BlockadeBy Matt Picht | March 7, 2017
The House of Lords wants Parliament to have a final vote on the eventual Brexit deal separating the U.K. and the EU.
UK Brexit Plans Briefly Blocked In ParliamentBy Matt Picht | March 1, 2017
The House of Lords voted to amend a bill authorizing Brexit negotiations, sending it back to the House of Commons.
The UK Parliament Will Get A Chance To Weigh In On BrexitBy Matt Picht | January 24, 2017
A court ruling will give Parliament a vote on the U.K.'s decision to start negotiating an exit from the European Union.
Theresa May Calls For 'Hard Brexit' — Here's What That MeansBy Ryan Biek | January 17, 2017
The U.K.'s prime minister laid out her plans for Brexit negotiations.
Here's What's At Stake As The UK Prepares For Brexit NegotiationsBy Jake Jones | January 8, 2017
The U.K. is about to start Brexit. The economy and immigration are just a couple of the concerns.
Brexit Was Pretty Bad For The UK's Household WealthBy Ethan Weston | November 27, 2016
U.K. households lost a total of $1.5 trillion this past year because of Brexit.
EU Members Fear Brexit Will Weaken Europe's SecurityBy Ryan Biek | November 6, 2016
The U.K. has been sharing its information on terrorism and other security concerns with the rest of the continent through Europol.
A New Court Ruling Puts A Hitch On Brexit PlansBy Lindsey Pulse | November 3, 2016
A high court ruled that the U.K. has to consult Parliament before it moves ahead on Brexit negotiations.
There's A Flaw In Donald Trump's Brexit AnalogyBy Matt Picht | October 24, 2016
Donald Trump says he expects to defy the polls with a "Brexit situation." But the pollsters actually got Brexit right.
Can UKIP's New Leader Keep It Relevant After Brexit?By Matt Picht | September 16, 2016
The party got everything it wanted in the EU referendum — so what's left for it to do now?
Millions Of Brits Petition For A Brexit RedoBy Lindsay Gloor | September 5, 2016
Members of British Parliament debated another vote on Brexit after receiving a petition with more than four million signatures.
Bank of England Tries To Make Brexit Transition As Smooth As PossibleBy Matt Picht | August 4, 2016
The Bank of England's unleashing a big stimulus plan to deal with the financial blow caused by the EU referendum.
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