Post-Brexit fishing rights up for debate between EU and UK
So many terms have been thrown about on the technical ins and outs of what the future EU-UK trade agreement will look like, so we've narrowed it down to five key ones to give you a simple guide to navigating the news.
We travel to Ostend where Belgian fishermen are worried that their livelihoods are at risk as the EU and UK kick off trade talks.
London and Brussels face a race against time to strike agreement before the transition period expires at the end of the year.
I had never heard the phrase “hostile environment” until I moved to the UK in 2016, just a few months before the Brexit vote. I assumed - perhaps naively, perhaps arrogantly - that this hostility was reserved for vulnerable refugees, illegal immigrants or convicted criminals.
EU ministers have formalised the bloc’s post-Brexit negotiating stance ahead of upcoming trade talks with the UK.
"The British passport will once again be entwined with our national identity and I cannot wait to travel on one," said UK interior minister Priti Patel.
The United Kingdom has officially left the European Union on 31 January and, being free to negotiate its own trade deals, regions like the Middle East are looking like a new exciting, investment arena.
Brexit has seen scores of firms relocate to the Netherlands, it's claimed, and hundreds more are in talks to follow them.
Sadiq Khan is urging the EU and the UK government to allow British people to remain EU citizens.
In the face of a British government abdicating its responsibilities to the Northern Ireland peace accord, the people of Northern Ireland are turning once again to the US.
The UK’s future immigration policy includes a points-based system designed to end ‘cheap labour from Europe’.
The EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier says the UK cannot have a Canada-style trade deal with the bloc, prompting an angry response from Downing Street.
"To think that we might accept EU supervision on so-called level playing field issues simply fails to see the point of what we are doing", the British negotiator David Frost said in a speech he gave on a visit to Brussels.
France’s foreign minister warns the UK and EU could ‘rip each other apart’ in upcoming negotiations, as Britain prepares to set out a robust position.
Desperate migrants hiding in the back of freight trucks to get to Britain on ferries had been the target, but now smugglers have switched their tactics and record numbers are now risking their lives, attempting to get across the English Channel, from France to the UK, in small boats
Europe has not felt the full impact of Brexit yet. But one corner of rural Germany is feeling its effects already.
The European Commission president addressed the European Parliament’s first post-Brexit session in Strasbourg.
The UK's exit from the EU came more than three and a half years after the 2016 Brexit referendum. But major challenges lie ahead in determining the future relationship.
On her first visit to Brussels following Brexit, Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon insisted on Scotland's place in the European Union, as a sovereign independent state.
Her remarks were made during a speech at a Brussels-based think tank.
The current mobilisation of right-wing protests against the Establishment, against the bureaucracy of the EU, and against immigration and acceptance of war refugees in Europe, is fed by two interrelated sources: national identity and cultural identity.
"Nuclear force is our final recourse, the cornerstone of our security, the guarantor of our vital interests," French president declared.
I personally think that the EU as a concept is generally a good thing. I understand there are frustrations with giving away power and potentially having less of a say in key issues, but I'm a believer in doing things together rather than as separate entities.
As fraudsters’ numbers, capacity and sophistication apparently overtake those of investigating authorities, there is every reason to believe that civil remedies will increasingly become a focus for victims of fraud.
Irena Andrassy, the Croatian ambassador to the EU, told her British counterpart "thank you, goodbye, and good riddance" at his last meeting of EU ambassadors.
As the UK exits EU, it should promote rights abroad and defend them at home.