Can Theresa May Be Forced to Hold a Second Brexit Referendum?
Raab Letter Sparks U.K. Tory Anger Over ‘Meaningful’ Brexit Vote
McDonnell Commits Brexit Gaffe by Longing for `United' Ireland
Prime Minister Theresa May will address Parliament around 3:30 p.m. Monday on the status of Brexit talks with the European Union.
U.K. Plans Budget Measures to Boost Capital Investment
U.K. Rules Out Permanent Irish Backstop Plan: Brexit Update
No-Deal Brexit Advice for Business: You Might Want to Leave
Senior U.K. Official Sees Trump Trade Deal Seen as Brexit Pipe Dream
What May's Brexit Fudge Means for Business: More Uncertainty
Bannon Lauds Orban as ‘Heroic,’ Says Euro Should Be Abandoned
EU, U.K. Warn Obstacles Remain as Brexit Compromise Nears
Davis Rails Against May's $51 Billion ‘Pig-in-a-Poke’ Brexit
Bannon Says His ‘Movement’ Has Already Secured Funds for EU Elections
EU Envoys Said to Plan Pre-Summit Meeting Oct. 12: Brexit Update
Japan Waves Goodbye to U.K. as `Gateway to Europe' Post-Brexit
DUP Leader Hands Johnson Boost Ahead of Key Speech: Tory Update
U.K. Businesses Counting Cost of Brexit Before It's Happened
U.K. Sees Post-Brexit Immigration System Tied to Trade Deals
U.K. Is Said to Plan Brexit Compromise on Irish Border Rules
Hammond mocked Johnson’s cut-glass British accent and accused him of being unable to grasp details, in a Daily Mail interview.
Also 21 percent of businesses would cut investment in the U.K. in the event of a no-deal Brexit, finds survey.