By Philippe Legrain, former economic adviser to the president of the European Commission and visiting senior fellow at the London School of Economics
Two high-ranking EU officials have responded cautiously to Theresa May's speech in which she confirmed that the UK would leave the single market.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has been accused of wanting to “cherry pick” European Union benefits in her speech setting out her Brexit priorities.
At the World Economic Forum, Euronews canvassed opinions on Theresa May's Brexit policy speech.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the day’s top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
The UK Prime Minister says that a Brexit deal will have to pass a parliamentary vote but that Britain will leave the single market.
Inflation in Britain rose strongly in December as the Brexit vote caused the pound to weaken pushing up the cost of imported raw materials.
The UK is to leave the single market when it exits the European Union says Prime Minister Theresa May, confirming that a "hard Brexit" is on the cards.
The UK prime minister is giving a hotly-anticipated speech in London to set out 12 priorities for the upcoming Brexit negotiations.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will give more concrete details about her plans for the country’s exit from the European Union in a hotly-anticipated speech on Tuesday.
The value of the pound has slumped on fears Prime Minister Theresa May's comments meant Britain would be leaving the EU single market.
A think tank report urging the UK to guarantee unilaterally the rights of EU citizens living in Britain has attracted support - but has not changed the government's mind.
Theresa May and Beata Szydlo meet at 10 Downing Street as Britain seeks to strengthen ties with Poland before BrexitBritish Prime Minister Theresa May met her Polish counterpart Beata Szydlo at 10 Downing Street for a summit designed to strengthen the relationship between the two…
British Prime Minister Theresa May met her Polish counterpart Beata Szydlo at 10 Downing Street for a summit designed to strengthen the relationship between the two…
UK PM to visit US in a bid to develop ties with the Trump administration after the President-elect suggested making Farage an Ambassador
The outgoing US president met leaders from major EU countries amid concern over future transatlantic ties under Donald Trump.
Britain has no overall Brexit plan and a blueprint for leaving the EU might not be agreed for six months, a leaked memo suggests.
A court decision demanding that MPs have more say over Britain’s exit from the European Union will make no difference to the government’s timetable to quit the bloc, British Foreign Secretary Boris Jo
UK prime minister Theresa May has told EU leaders that she is confident a court ruling – which threatens to delay Britain’s exit from the bloc – will be…
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of all the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
A court ruling in London has thrown Theresa May's plans for Brexit into disarray - by saying parliament must approve the move to trigger Article 50.
Britain’s High Court has ruled that government may not trigger Brexit process without parliament’s approval.
Ratings agency Moody's has said Britain's credit rating risks being downgraded depending on the trade deal it negotiates with the European Union.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is to stay in that job until the end of June 2019 to help smooth Britain's departure from the European Union.