The two party leaders took questions from the audience in a debate broadcast on ITV.
Leading trade partners are seeking compensation from the U.K. and EU over Brexit uncertainty that has disrupted pre-Christmas trade. Some 15 countries — including heavyweights such as Australia and the U.S. — raised concerns over their commercial losses at today’s meeting of the World Trade Organization’s goods council, according to a Geneva-based official in the […]
After a day of gaffes, the prime minister takes aim at Nigel Farage.
Boris Johnson must choose between regulatory alignment with the EU or the US, but it’s not an easy decision.
Economists say Boris Johnson’s ‘Brexit dividend’ does not exist.
EU chief negotiator told ministers there was one day left to agree a new text with the UK ahead of the European Council summit.
From star performers to strugglers — every confirmation session, super-abbreviated and rated.
The prime ministers of Britain and Ireland ‘see a pathway to a possible deal,’ says Downing Street.
A member of Theresa May’s negotiating team sets out what each side would need to give in order to get to an agreement between the UK and the EU.
French president said the ‘principles of the European Union’ must be maintained.
EU27 ready to listen to Boris Johnson, but wary that’s preparing for a blame game.
Irish prime minister said his country would sooner see a no-deal Brexit than sign up to permanent checks on trade across Irish border.
European Commission will examine the UK’s offer ‘objectively’ but hopes of a deal are slim.
Unconfrontational hearing looked more like a coronation than a grilling.
First woman selected for EU’s top post announces portfolios.
Boris Johnson heads to Dublin with relations at a low point.
Scotland is now trapped between two nationalisms, says former PM.
Francis Maude warns Donald Trump and Congress will be tough negotiators.
Plan to scrap the controversial Irish border backstop has attracted ‘considerable interest.’
French president lays out strategy for G7 summit.
British PM says Americans are ‘very tough negotiators’ who ‘still ban haggis, for heaven’s sake.’
The British economy is growing more slowly than expected, the Bank said.