All the news and blogs
Our mobile app
Our groups in social networks
Nothing was found on your request
‘Britain seems broken now’: faces from the Brexit exodus to Europe
The EU referendum result spurred a life-changing move to a better standard of living for these couples and familiesAn increasing number of Brits disappointed and angry about the referendum result are
The Cambridge Analytica scandal is raising uncomfortable questions about the Brexit vote
The Cambridge Analytica scandal is now raising questions over the tactics used to try to influence voters in the Brexit vote. Last month Alexander Nix,…
Labour seeks cross-party consensus on Irish border Brexit deal
Keir Starmer plans to force government to enshrine into law a promise not to have infrastructure on Republic-Northern Ireland borderLabour is seeking to build cross-party consensus in parliament
Revealed: the ties that bind Canadian data firm AIQ to Leave campaign in EU referendum
Role of remote data affiliate raises questions over relationship between Brexit groups• Brexit insider claims Vote Leave team may have breached spending limitsCambridge Analytica has undisclosed links
Scotland’s fishermen feel a sickening sense of betrayal yet again | Kevin McKenna
In Peterhead, those who turned to the Tories at the last election now fear the EU transition deal will make them expendable – and not for the first timeIn Peterhead, 30 miles up Scotland’s north-east
Brexit Vote Leave campaign was ‘totally illegal’ whistleblower claims
The Leave campaign is accused of 'cheating' on spending during the referendum.
Brexit was making us a joke nation even before the blue passports | William Keegan
Theresa May’s ‘transition’ deal is no cause for optimism amid this growing sense of farceDid I hear aright? Is the new, or rather “retro”, post-Brexit, true-blue British passport going to be
Labour wants to amend Brexit bill to give parliament more say
No deal would be ‘worst of all possible worlds’, says shadow Brexit secretary Keir StarmerLabour will table amendments to the government’s EU withdrawal bill aimed at preventing the UK from crashing
Brexit `Leave’ Camp May Have Broken Spending Rules, Observer Says
The main group that campaigned for Britain to leave the European Union, which included Boris Johnson among its advocates, may have broken campaign spending laws, according to the Observer newspaper,
Brexit: UK Capitulates
The latest installment in the Brexit soap opera.
Brexit Bulletin: Blair and the Abyss
Sign up to receive the Brexit Bulletin in your inbox, and follow @Brexit on Twitter.
IMF's Lagarde Urges Euro Powers to Build Unified Capital Market
International Monetary Fund head Christine Lagarde called on Germany and France to spur further euro-area integration, saying Brexit makes a capital-markets union on the continent more urgent.
May Stands by Aide Following Allegations of Brexit Vote Fraud
Prime Minister Theresa May has full confidence in her Political Secretary, Stephen Parkinson, following allegations the pro-Brexit campaign group he worked for flouted election law, the premier’s
Pay is falling behind productivity – with Brexit-voting areas worst off
In leave strongholds such as Lancashire and Cumbria output is booming – but not wagesThe British economy risks splitting further along lines drawn by the Brexit vote, according to a report warning pay
The post-Brexit blue passport saga symbolizes the conflicted mess Britain is in
We are nearly one year to the day when Britain will leave the European Union. But the only definitive plan executed by the UK government…
How has the Brexit vote affected the economy? March verdict
Each month we look at key indicators to see what effect the Brexit process has on growth, prosperity and trade in the UK •Brexit economy: light at the end of the tunnel? • Experts debate the data
The Brexit economy: light at the end of the tunnel?
After progress in EU talks sterling has strengthened, inflation is falling and pay is rising. But sharp challenges remain•How has the Brexit vote affected the economy? March verdict • Experts debate
Brexit may exclude UK from the EU's GPS satellite program
Europe plans to exclude the UK from its GPS-like Galileo satellite program because of Brexit, and Britain isn't happy about it. In a letter to the UK government, Europe said that UK businesses may no
The Brexit Transition Deal
Economists do not have much nice to say about the UK's Brexit transition deal.
There’s a Year Until Brexit. How Is the U.K. Doing?
Around the nation, businesses and industries are getting ready for a new reality.