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British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn sets the tone for the June general election, saying it's the establishment versus the people
There further volatility in financial markets on Wednesday following the surprise general election announcement by Britain's prime minister.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Europe's stock market indexes tumbled on the UK election announcement with investors worried that this adds to political uncertainty in the region.
Brexit has kept us pretty busy in the newsroom these past months but it has also lead to heated discussion over tea or coffee in the breakroom.
For the next two years the UK parliament will be dominated the enormous legislative task of repealing thousands of European laws
On day one of Brexit proceedings, the UK says time is needed to carry out the changes it wants to, but says it will keep some EU laws.
Demonstrators stage a protest outside of the Houses of Parliament ahead of the British PM Theresa May, triggering Brexit with Article 50.
British MEPs celebrate with cake and bubbly in Brussels following the announcement that Britain has formally requested to leave the European Union
Brexit supporters hail Article 50, while Remainers express their disappointment
One day after the letter triggering the formal Brexit divorce was accepted and received with regrets in Brussels and the UK is getting its wish list in order for the forthcoming tough…
After 40 years Britain and the EU have become perhaps inextricably intertwined, with three million EU citizens in and one point three Britons in the EU.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the daily news stories from Europe’s de-facto political capital.
UK envoy in Brussels hands over official notification letter to EU Council President Tusk
The Brexit process has been triggered and all those against the UK leaving the EU can do is ensure a good deal from the upcoming negotiations.
Here is the full transcript of the letter that British Prime Minister Theresa May sent to European Council president Donald Tusk to kick start Brexit…
The vote gives First Minister Nicola Sturgeon the authority to demand a new ballot
Euronews looks at the key events over the year since the EU referendum campaign was launched, to the triggering of the formal Brexit process by Prime Minister Theresa May.
Political parties in Northern Ireland have been given an extra few weeks to try to reach agreement on the formation of a new power-sharing government.
Sturgeon's referendum dash before Brexit spooks May and steers UK towards possible constitutional crisis.