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The UK is set to leave the European Union on January 31, 2020. We take a look at what that means for the SA economy.
It's 11 days until the UK is due to shed its European Union membership and, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson so often says, "take back control".
Britain's Supreme Court has ruled that Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in suspending parliament in the run-up to Brexit, in a stunning blow that sparked immediate calls for him to resign.
The European Central Bank cut interest rates further below zero and revived bond purchases after President Mario Draghi overcame critics of his stimulus policies to make a final run at reflating the euro-area economy.
An EU-funded study has found that part of the reason for the crisis of SA's poultry industry is due to limited investment in building production capacity and shortcomings in SA's business model. Local bodies, however, have disputed this.
The new prime minister is lining up a completely new team at the top of his government, with 19 ministers leaving the Cabinet. Johnson’s defeated rival for the top job, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt is out.
Trump tweeted Wednesday that Europe and China are playing a “big currency manipulation game,” days after he declared a tariff ceasefire with Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
British Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn moved closer to fully backing a second Brexit referendum, saying the public should be given a choice on any deal to leave the European Union.
Once again, the day Britain is set to leave the European Union without a deal looms. And once again, pound traders are barely batting an eyelid.
All new cars could be fitted with special devices from 2022 to automatically make them keep to the speed limit after new EU rules were provisionally agreed.
Britain is voting in a crucial general election that will determine whether the country leaves the European Union next month or sets out a path to potentially reverse Brexit.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says that UK Parliament should 'get Brexit done on Saturday'.
Anheuser-Busch InBev NV is among 39 firms targetted by fresh European Union investigations into Belgian tax deals after an earlier order to recoup about 800 million euros was criticised by an EU court.
A look at trade deficit figures and details on imports and exports between Washington and Brussels as the G7 kicks off.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government has urged EU leaders again to drop their opposition to renegotiating the terms of Brexit, claiming recent European elections required a change of approach.
The latest lawsuit challenges the legality of tools used by companies to move commercial data outside of the EU.
May’s premiership is in question as a high-profile Cabinet minister quits and a growing revolt over Brexit looks set to force the British leader from power.
Brexit is on course to be delayed until the end of October under a plan to avoid a chaotic no-deal split, risking six more months of political uncertainty over Britain’s ties to the European Union.
The European Union, the largest consumer of South African ostrich meat, has lifted its ban on imports.
Theresa May gambled on a desperate bid to get her Brexit deal approved by Parliament, as a standoff with the EU drove Britain to the brink of an economically disastrous no-deal divorce.
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