Brexit

Brexit campaign congratulates Italy on referendum rejection

A campaign that backed Britain's referendum to leave the European Union congratulates Italians on voting against a constitutional reform referendum on Sunday, which ultimately led to Prime...

Britain's top court hears government appeal against Brexit ruling

Britain's Supreme Court opened a four-day hearing on Monday of the government's appeal against a ruling that parliamentary approval is needed before Prime Minister Theresa May can begin...

Britain reports record EU migration in year leading up to Brexit

Britain on Thursday reported record annual immigration of 284,000 EU citizens in the year to June, the month that a majority of British voters opted for their country to leave the European Union...

Teen charged for Polish man's death amid rise in post-Brexit attacks

A 15-year-old boy was charged with manslaughter on Thursday after the death of a Polish man during an alleged hate crime in August.

Is Austria next in line after Brexit and Trump?

Voters in Austria have a choice between a far-right and a Green president. No matter who wins, populism is gaining ground in the country.

Rights of 1 million Poles will be respected post-Brexit, May says

The rights of nearly 1 million Poles living in Britain will not be curtailed after the country leaves the European Union, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday.

Think tank: British workers face "dreadful" decade of stagnant wages

British workers could be facing the longest period of wage stagnation since World War II as they are served up "an additional dollop of austerity," an economic think tank said Thursday.

Britain confirms economic slowdown amid Brexit limbo

The British government has abandoned its plans to reach a budget surplus by 2019-20, as official forecasts show a weakened gross domestic product and rising debt in the wake of the vote to leave...

Foreign banks based in Germany foresee “hard” Brexit

Foreign banks based in Germany are gearing up for Britain’s departure from the 28-member European Union to be a “hard Brexit” that will take effect over the next two or three years.

May urges Britain to use Brexit to build "stronger, fairer" economy

Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday urged business leaders to help her use the "historic opportunity" of Britain's exit from the European Union to revitalize the economy and spread wealth to...

Irish, Northern Irish leaders hold talks on Brexit impact

Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny and senior ministers met their Northern Irish counterparts to discuss the potential impact of Britain leaving the European Union on Friday, as both sides stressed...

Devolved governments, migrants' union to address Brexit legal appeal

The devolved governments of Scotland and Wales and a trade union representing migrant workers will be allowed to address a crucial legal appeal on how Prime Minister Theresa May can trigger Brexit...

EasyJet could operate EU flights from Ireland after Brexit - report

British budget airline easyJet is considering applying for a licence to operate from Ireland to ensure it retains access to routes between European Union nations after Brexit, the Irish Times said...

Suspect in pro-EU MP's murder shouted "Britain first" during attack

The man accused of murdering British lawmaker Jo Cox shouted "Britain first" repeatedly as he shot and stabbed her a week before the country's referendum on whether to leave the European Union, a...

Brexit, Trump and "Renxit": Is Italy's referendum the next big upset?

Matteo Renzi, a formerly fresh-faced reformer worn out by the strains of office, risks being the next victim of the anti-establishment sentiment sweeping across Western electorates, as Italians...