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  • British PM Johnson prepares fresh Brexit push

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson prepares to make a second attempt to ram his EU divorce deal through parliament and avoid the political damage of delaying Brexit next week.

  • British MPs seek answers about post-Brexit toilet paper

    British lawmakers ask the government to give guarantees that supplies of toilet paper don't dry up in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

  • UK yet to show plan to revise Brexit deal: EU

    Britain has made no concrete proposals on revising the Brexit agreement, and the prospect of a divorce without a deal remains "a very distinct possibility", the EU says.

  • Squabbles erupt as G7 leaders open summit in French resort

    Squabbles erupts among G7 nations as their leaders gather for an annual summit, exposing sharp differences on global trade tensions, Britain’s exit from the EU and how to respond to the fires raging in the Amazon rainforest.

  • May resigns, paving way for Brexit confrontation with EU

    Fighting back tears, British Prime Minister Theresa May has said she would quit, triggering a contest that will bring a new leader to power who is likely to push for a more decisive Brexit divorce deal.

  • May expected to offer her job for Brexit deal

    British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to indicate a date for quitting as the price for getting her twice-defeated Brexit deal ratified, while parliament tries to select its own alternative from a multiple-choice list of options.

  • UK PM seeks brief Brexit delay from hesitant EU

    Britain will write to the EU to seek a short delay to Brexit, but Brussels has warned any decision may only come next week -- just before the scheduled departure date.

  • May survives

    British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday survived a no-confidence vote sparked by the crushing defeat of her Brexit deal just weeks before the UK leaves the European Union.

  • Brexit Deal Vote: UK PM suffers heavy defeat in House

    Lawmakers in the UK yesterday resoundingly defeated Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit divorce deal with the European Union by a vote of 432 to 202.

  • Tulip Siddiq

    Tulip delays giving birth for Brexit vote

    British Labour MP Tulip Siddiq, a niece of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, postpones giving birth in order to vote on Britain's divorce deal with the EU.

  • 'Paralysis' in House looms

    Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday published further assurances from the EU on the eve of a crucial parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal and warned MPs that rejecting it would lead to "paralysis" that could see Britain stay in the bloc.

  • Brexit could wilt huge Dutch flower trade

    Every day from dawn, a fleet of forklift trucks carries crates of roses, tulips, chrysanthemums and 22,000 other flower varieties through the world's biggest flower market.

  • EU leaders seal Brexit deal, urge Britons to back May

    European Union leaders formally agree on a Brexit deal at a Brussels summit, urging Britons to back Prime Minister Theresa May's package, which faces furious opposition in the British parliament.

  • Theresa May

    Save our Brexit: May writes open letter to the nation

    Britain's Minister Theresa May makes a dramatic direct appeal to the British public to support her deal to exit the European Union today even as backing from her own party for the agreement appears to elude her.

  • EU-UK Brexit deal sees July 2020 decision on keeping Irish border open

    The draft accord reaches between the EU and Britain envisages a July 2020 decision on what would have to be done to safeguard an open Irish border after the post-Brexit transition runs its course if a new trade deal is not in place, EU sources says.

  • UK and EU agree Brexit transition terms

    Britain agrees to a potentially unpalatable deal to avoid a "hard border" for Northern Ireland to win agreement from the European Union that it would retain most EU benefits for nearly two years after Brexit.

  • European Parliament

    EU Parliament adopts tough Brexit 'red lines'

    The European Parliament overwhelmingly adopts tough "red lines" for negotiations over a Brexit deal, on which EU lawmakers will have the final say in two years' time.