The prime minister and his top adviser are seeking to centralize power in No. 10.
British government tells employers to ‘adjust’ to not being able to recruit low-skilled workers from Europe.
Fireworks at the end of a long-running battle between aides of the British prime minister and those of the chancellor.
Prime minister asserts his power in government shake-up.
Reporters divided into two groups, with one allowed to stay and the other told to leave.
As UK’s departure approaches, French president says Continent needs ‘more Europe.’
Kim Darroch said it was ‘impossible’ that the US congress would ratify any trade deal by the end of the year.
Council of European Union’s decision clears way for UK’s departure.
‘Things will inevitably change but our friendship will remain,’ Charles Michel said.
Where to eat, drink, plot and get your hair cut.
How British MPs can navigate their new (or not-so-new) surroundings.
UK Chancellor Sajid Javid said over the weekend that ‘there will be no alignment’ with EU rules post-Brexit.
Boris Johnson has unveiled plans to mark January 31 with a light show, a countdown and a special address. No. 10 will mark the U.K.’s exit at 11 p.m. with a light display in Westminster, which will include a countdown clock projected onto the black bricks of Downing Street. Other buildings on Whitehall will also […]
EU Brexit negotiator contradicts statements by British PM Boris Johnson.
Johnson said he was ‘very, very, very confident’ the UK and EU would strike a deal.
A compromise deal agreed Friday night ended three years of deadlock.
The EU delegation to London, modeled on its one in Washington, will open next month.
Democratic Unionist Party and Sinn Féin agree to deal that avoids the need for an election.
The UK election result means Nicola Sturgeon’s nationalists are steeling themselves for the long game.
There will not be enough time in 2020 to negotiate all aspects of the UK-EU relationship, Commission president warns.
The days of parliamentary ambushes and knife-edge votes on legislative amendments are over.
Boris Johnson’s chief adviser says government needs ‘true wild cards.’
The UK prime minister said it was time the country put its divisions aside.
Telling the story of the last 12 months through data.
‘So much unnecessary damage has been done to you, and all of us,’ wrote the Commission’s executive vice president.
Andrew Bailey has predicted UK would ‘take on board practical experience more rapidly.’
Michel Barnier’s ticking clock will pose extra problems for the EU in phase two of Brexit.
EU departure is set for January 31 next year.
‘Champagne with billionaires,’ should not be the focus for members of the government, said a Downing Street official.
Downing Street wants to agree a trade deal by December 31, 2020.