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EU citizens wishing to stay in the UK post-Brexit will have to apply for settled status which costs £65 (€72).
May confirmed that she has postponed the parliament vote on her Brexit deal.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the UK can unilaterally end the Brexit process.
Brexit maybe causing Theresa May headaches, but the prospect of no deal is a great boost for the UK warehousing sector.
The exhibition focuses on the theme 'Imagining the Future City'.
Fierce opposition to the UK-EU exit deal in the UK parliament threatens its survival – putting at risk everything agreed so far.
Jeremy Corbyn tells Euronews there would be no backstop in Labour's Brexit deal
As part of a series of reports, Euronews' Bryan Carter travels to both sides of the Scottish border to find out what ordinary citizens think about Brexit ahead of a parliamentary vote on prime minister Theresa May's withdrawal deal.
Tuesday, December 11 essentially spells D-day for British Prime Minister Theresa May as MPs take their seats in the House of Commons to deliver their verdict on her government's Brexit deal.
Euronews’s Bryan Carter takes the temperature on the Scottish border ahead of Tuesday’s crucial vote.
"There is a path for Mr Assange to take the decision to exit into near freedom," said President Lenin Moreno.
Take a look at Euronews' Raw Politics panel debating the latest Brexit developments.
BBC journalist Faranak Amidi explains her strategy for fighting back against the online bullies.
It is customary when meeting the Queen to curtsy or bow but one little boy was so overwhelmed that he dropped to the floor and crawled out of the nearest door.
Bryan Carter travels to Carlisle and heads north into Scotland
Bryan Carter travels to the border between England and Wales to hear from those who are soon set to experience Brexit.
Hammond defends deal, McDonnell slams it. Watch the action at the House of Commons on Thursday.
A picture of a huge Christmas tree on a van's roof has prompted a warning from police and a wave of puns from social media.
Tony Lloyd accuses May of putting party interests ahead of the country.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May took a beating on Wednesday but it might have had an unexpected silver lining for her.