As inflation picked up and prices rose after the Brexit vote British consumers cut back on spending in January.
Brexit ‘‘is not inevitable’‘ and can be stopped by the will of the people.
Junker says complex Brexit talks will take longer than two years
By Carl Bildt, Sweden’s foreign minister from 2006 to October 2014 and Prime Minister from 1991 to 1994 I must confess that I am a firm believer in
Hate crimes in England and Wales have risen to record numbers in the three months immediately following the UK's vote to leave the European Union
Business Line looks at economic forecasts for the world and for Europe, seeing how forecasters are reexamining their perspectives and perceptions.
Aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce suffered a record annual loss from settling bribery investigations in Britain, the US and Brazil and the pound's Brexit vote slump.
Today’s political climate limits the possibilities for structural reforms, fiscal pooling, and improved labor mobility. But if European leaders can strengthen the banking union, there is still hope for the eurozone’s future.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker fears Britain will try to divide the EU’s remaining 27 members during its negotiations to leave the bloc.
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After three days of debate and the scrutiny of over 140 pages of amendments Westminster has passed The European Union Notification of Withdrawal Bill.
Commons backs PM's 'no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain'
By Sergei Guriev, chief economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development The past year has been full of watershed developments
The UK High Court dismissed a Brexit legal challenge to force parliament to specify if leaving the EU also means leaving the European Economic Area
Free trade, customs, immigration, budget payments and security. Find out what the UK has on its wish-list as it prepares for divorce talks with Brussels.
EU leaders are holding a one-day, informal, summit in Malta to discuss migration and the consolidation of Europe once the UK leaves the bloc.
Brexit Minister David Davis said Britain wanted a 'mutually beneficial' deal with the EU, as he unveiled the government's plan to parliament.
The reality of Brexit is hitting Europe “hard on the nose” and the migrant crisis has arisen from a “dysfunctional” system, Malta’s prime minister has told…
MEP Seb Dance holds handwritten sign accusing Nigel Farage of "lying" during a debate
Members of the UK parliament have voted in favour of allowing the introduction of a bill that would let the government begin Brexit negotiations
Grassroots organisers have received the green light to start campaigning for California to secede from the United States
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MPs in the UK have begun debating the bill to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. Two days have been set aside for the second reading debate of the EU (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill.
MPs in the UK have begun debating the bill to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty. Ministers were forced to table legislation after the Supreme Court upheld an earlier ruling that the Government m