Deal, No Deal, Delay or No Brexit? Britain is hurtling toward its October 31 departure from the European Union without a plan for unwinding 46 years of intricate trade ties
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson met European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker on Monday for the first time since taking office, as efforts to prevent a no-deal Brexit on October 31 show little sign of progress.
Philip Hammond's decision to resign as Britain's finance minister should Boris Johnson become PM thrusts him into the frontlines of an internal revolt against the likely incoming leader
British Prime Minister Theresa May is flying to Berlin and Paris to meet up with both, the German Chancellor and the French President for discussing the current Brexit situation and the United Kingdom's future relationship with the European Union.
Britain's opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn has been propelled into a position of power over Brexit but needs to walk a tightrope in dealing with the government, analysts say.
Great Britain was supposed to exit the European Union on the 29th of March, 2019 but as the government still fails to agree on a Brexit deal, the date was postponed to the 12th of April.
In defiance of the British government's wishes, MPs will on Wednesday pick up pen and paper to state their preferences on possible alternatives to Theresa May's Brexit plan