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Keir Starmer says Labour is prepared to vote down Brexit bill

Keir Starmer says Labour is prepared to vote down Brexit bill

Party has six tests the deal must meet in order to gain support, shadow Brexit secretary insistsKeir Starmer has moved to reassure anxious Labour MPs that the shadow cabinet is prepared to vote

EU confirms UK will lose Netflix 'portability' following Brexit

Thanks to Brexit, UK residents won't be able to access BBC iPlayer or native Netflix programming when traveling around the EU. Rules just passed to let customers "carry" their copyrights with them
The Guardian view on Brexit: now is the time to change course | Editorial

The Guardian view on Brexit: now is the time to change course | Editorial

Only a year is now left until the UK’s official moment of departure from the European Union on terms almost certainly decided by a rightwing clique of ToriesWhen a majority of MPs voted a year ago to
UK businesses told to expect workforce crisis after Brexit

UK businesses told to expect workforce crisis after Brexit

Employment consultant says growth in number of workers will nosedive and urges companies to invest in young people British businesses have been warned to brace for a severe workforce crisis triggered
EU parents warned children need papers to stay in UK after Brexit

EU parents warned children need papers to stay in UK after Brexit

Researchers urge parents to document British-born children’s status to avoid hostile checks post-BrexitInternationally blended families involving EU citizens and British-born children are being warned
May Embarks on Day-Long U.K. Tour to Gauge a Divided Country

May Embarks on Day-Long U.K. Tour to Gauge a Divided Country

Theresa May is touring the U.K. on Thursday to gauge the mood of the country a year before Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union.
Newspaper tries to be patriotic, accidentally satirises Brexit

Newspaper tries to be patriotic, accidentally satirises Brexit

It's a year until Brexit's meant to happen (and the transition period begins) and one publication's cover has been relentlessly mocked for its celebration of that fact.The Daily Express front cover on
Brexit Bulletin: The Countdown Edition

Brexit Bulletin: The Countdown Edition

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How Theresa May Will Navigate the Perilous Road to Brexit

How Theresa May Will Navigate the Perilous Road to Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May has nine months to define what Brexit will actually mean and she’ll have to do battle on three fronts to get there—in Brussels, in Parliament and with her own Conservative
Trump Flying Solo Leaves Kelly in the Dark

Trump Flying Solo Leaves Kelly in the Dark

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Household spending hit six-year low in 2017 amid Brexit inflation

Household spending hit six-year low in 2017 amid Brexit inflation

Statistics office figures show UK had lowest growth among G7 economiesHousehold spending slowed to its lowest annual growth for six years in 2017 amid Brexit-fuelled inflation, with borrowing surging
Household spending hit six-year low in 2017 amid Brexit inflation

Household spending hit six-year low in 2017 amid Brexit inflation

Statistics office figures show UK had lowest growth among G7 economiesHousehold spending slowed to its lowest annual growth for six years in 2017 amid Brexit-fuelled inflation, with borrowing surging
'Not Tonight' makes you a bouncer in post-Brexit Britain

'Not Tonight' makes you a bouncer in post-Brexit Britain

In exactly 12 months, Britain will leave the European Union. It's a troubling time for the island state as politicians squabble over exit conditions and citizens grapple with a deep divide in their
'Not Tonight' makes you a bouncer in post-Brexit Britain

'Not Tonight' makes you a bouncer in post-Brexit Britain

In exactly 12 months, Britain will leave the European Union. It's a troubling time for the island state as politicians squabble over exit conditions and citizens grapple with a deep divide in their
Brexit means eggs sit: Ferrero warns of stale Easter chocolate

Brexit means eggs sit: Ferrero warns of stale Easter chocolate

Thorntons owner says leaving single market and customs union could cause shortages and delays It might be a good year for Britons to stock up on Easter eggs, after a major chocolate manufacturer
Referendums and low-engagement voters produce catastrophic outcomes (but what about corruption?)

Referendums and low-engagement voters produce catastrophic outcomes (but what about corruption?)

The idea of representative democracy is that we pay lawmakers to give serious attention to the nuances of policy questions and cast votes on our behalf in accord with their understanding of our
Jacinda Ardern on Trump, Brexit and how life has changed as PM – video

Jacinda Ardern on Trump, Brexit and how life has changed as PM – video

New Zealand’s prime minister tells the Guardian how her life has changed and her ambition for a can-do country. She says she appreciates still being able to do ‘normal things’ and says her pregnancy

How to Democratise Brexit and Take Back Control of our Future: An Appeal to Jeremy Corbyn

Now that the Brexit realities are starting to sink in, pundits are finding new magic sparkle ponies to tout as possible solutions.