UK negotiator dismisses £40bn Brexit bill

2017-09-25 07:03

Brexit negotiator David Davis on Sunday dismissed a report that Britain was prepared to pay a £40 billion divorce bill on leaving the European Union.

All eyes on May as she prepares to spell out key Brexit demands

2017-09-22 16:05

European leaders are bracing themselves for a speech by British Prime Minister Theresa May that is expected to spell out key positions on Brexit after wrangling and tension in her own government.

Boris Johnson 'eyes' UK leadership bid

2017-09-16 14:55

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has fuelled speculation that he hopes to eventually succeed Prime Minister Theresa May, spelling out his Brexit goals days before her major policy speech on the subject.

May's Brexit law passes first hurdle

2017-09-12 13:36

Theresa May’s plan for taking Britain out of the European Union has passed its first parliamentary hurdle as pressure mounted on her main political rival.

Brexit squeeze on workers' earnings highlights BoE dilemma

2017-09-11 11:18

You don’t need to tell UK nurses what this week’s inflation and wage data will show. They say their living standards have been squeezed for seven years.

May's Brexit battle returns to UK parliament

2017-09-07 12:24

British lawmakers will begin debating landmark legislation to end Britain's membership of the European Union, with Prime Minister Theresa May gearing up for a major battle.

Britain was 'stupid' to vote for Brexit, says an EU official

2017-09-04 14:06

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union is 'stupid' and only the will of the British people can stop it, according to the chief of staff to European Commission president.

Stalled Brexit talks pile pressure on May to negotiate deal

2017-09-01 09:50

After a third round of Brexit talks ended in acrimony, the moment could be approaching when national leaders have to step in and break the deadlock.

Devil in the detail: Brexit talks are making little progress

2017-08-31 10:55

From the large issues like Britain’s divorce bill, to the small technical ones like reciprocal health care, Brexit progress is scarce.

May under pressure from labour and EU as Brexit talks resume

2017-08-28 11:09

Brexit talks resume with Prime Minister Theresa May under pressure on two fronts: European negotiators are pushing her to reveal her hand, while the opposition Labour Party has made a bid.


May tries to reboot Brexit

2017-09-23 09:00

Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain is prepared to abide by European Union rules and pay into the bloc's coffers for two years after leaving the EU in March 2019.

UK property slowdown continues as prices fall

2017-09-20 10:26

UK house prices have fallen for a fifth month in August, according to a new report, dragging their annual gain to the weakest since 2012.

UK overseas territories at risk of losing funding after Brexit

2017-09-13 16:00

UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s government has been asked to match the European Union funding that UK overseas territories stand to lose after Brexit.

Brexit bill passes first vote in British parliament

2017-09-12 07:32

British MPs voted in favour of a bill to end Britain's EU membership, a key moment for the government's Brexit strategy despite opposition accusations of an unprecedented power grab.

EU refines Brexit positions, warns on Ireland

2017-09-07 22:36

The EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has unveiled five position papers on Europe's stance in divorce talks with Britain and argued that London's position on Ireland was deeply misguided.

May's key Brexit bill set for first debate in parliament

2017-09-07 10:30

Prime Minister Theresa May’s flagship piece of Brexit legislation will be debated for the first time, giving opponents an opportunity to lay out their objections in Parliament.

UK will not be pressured by EU timetable

2017-09-03 16:21

Brexit negotiator David Davis has insisted that Britain would not be forced into accepting unfavourable terms in the face of European Union criticism that not enough progress had been made.

Brexit talks end in acrimony amid stalemate over bill

2017-08-31 15:19

Brexit talks have ended in stalemate, with both sides deadlocked over the divorce bill and tensions spilling over as the European Union’s negotiator mocked Theresa May.

Brexit offers UK office-buying boon, $95bn fund says

2017-08-31 09:08

Bankers may be leaving London, but Britain’s exit from the European Union could still offer opportunities to buy UK commercial real estate with the market in flux.

What's new, Mr Fox?

2017-08-28 11:02

The game of nuclear warfare has been changed by North Korea. At some stage there has to be a war to resolve this issue, writes Clem Sunter.

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