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  1. Brexit Learning, Today

    What do you think this image is saying? How does it relate to and comment on current events?

  2. Strasbourg, Brexit, the Arctic: Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, Yesterday

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  3. Theresa May Got Stuck in Her Car. Some Saw a Perfect Brexit Metaphor. Foreign, Yesterday

    Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain got stuck in the back seat of a car during a visit to Berlin. On social media, her struggle to exit the vehicle was dubbed "Brexit personified."

  4. With Brexit Deal in Peril, Theresa May Scrambles to Save It Foreign, Yesterday

    Britain’s prime minister set off Tuesday on a series of flying visits with E.U. leaders, seeking ways to increase domestic support for her withdrawal agreement.

  5. Waiting for Brexit Podcasts, Yesterday

    It’s been nearly three years since Britain voted to leave the European Union, and there’s still no clear way forward.

  6. Brexit, Donald Trump, Voyager 2: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

    Here's what you need to know.

  7. Brexit Vote Delayed: Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, December 10

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  8. Spying Apps, Brexit, Markets: Your Monday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, December 10

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  9. Brexit, Huawei, India: Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, December 10

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  10. Another Day in Brexit Hell Op Ed, December 10

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  11. Nigel Farage, on Brexit Sidelines, Prepares for ‘Another Great Battle’ Foreign, December 10

    One of the main voices in the campaign for Britain to leave the European Union is ready to rejoin the fray if Britain’s departure seems endangered.

  12. John Kelly, Brexit, N.F.L.: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, December 10

    Here’s what you need to know.

  13. May’s Brexit Deal Is Probably Going to Fail. What Happens Then? Interactive, December 10

    Nobody knows, really. But these are the likeliest scenarios.

  14. Facing Defeat, Theresa May Seeks Delay on Brexit Vote in Parliament Foreign, December 10

    The prime minister’s agreement with the European Union had seemed headed for decisive rejection on Tuesday. She will try to shore up support among Conservative lawmakers.

  15. Countdown to the Brexit Vote: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, December 9

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  16. Huawei, Brexit, President Trump: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, December 9

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  17. Theresa May Tried to Lead Britain to a Brexit Compromise. Was It Too Late? Foreign, December 9

    Devoid of bombast and uninterested in personal power, she could have been the perfect messenger. But an early focus on satisfying hard-liners might have been her undoing.

  18. With Brexit Vote Looming, Britons on Both Sides Rally in London Foreign, December 9

    Protesters from Britain’s right and left took to the streets on Sunday, offering starkly different visions of the country’s future as the government scrambled to salvage its plan for exiting the European Union.

  19. France, Brexit, Steve Bannon: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, December 4

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  20. U.K.’s Theresa May Suffers Defeats in Parliament as Hopes Fade for Brexit Deal Foreign, December 4

    Britain’s Parliament is reasserting control over the Brexit process, leaving Mrs. May in deep trouble before a critical vote on Dec. 11.

  21. U.S.-China Trade, Brexit, Benjamin Netanyahu: Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, December 4

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  22. Facing Brexit Defeat, Theresa May Turns to Damage Control Foreign, December 3

    With a crucial vote in Parliament looming on Dec. 11, the odds are stacked against the prime minister. At this point, a narrow loss may seem like a win.

  23. Brexit, Borders, and the Bank of England (Wonkish) Op Ed, November 30

    How bad will it be when Britain leaves the European Union?

  24. Britain and U.S. Reach Post-Brexit Aviation Agreement Business, November 29

    The deal, which removes a cloud that had been hanging over airlines in both countries, will allow flights to continue as usual.

  25. Brexit, Ukraine, Magnus Carlsen: Your Thursday Briefing N Y T Now, November 28

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  26. All Brexit Deals Worse for Economy Than Staying, U.K. Government Says Foreign, November 28

    In an official analysis, the government admits Britain’s economy will suffer under any withdrawal scenario compared with remaining in the E.U.

  27. Weekly News Quiz for Students: Migrants, Brexit, NASA Interactive, November 27

    How well did you follow the news this past week? How many of these 10 questions can you get right?

  28. Trump Disparages Brexit Deal, Blindsiding May Foreign, November 26

    President Trump called the agreement “a great deal for the E.U.,” and warned that, if adopted, it might obstruct a free trade deal between the U.S. and Britain.

  29. Theresa May Shouldn’t Bank on a TARP Moment for Brexit Business, November 26

    In 2008, Congress backed a bank bailout program at a second vote. Hopes of a replay in Britain over a Brexit deal seem optimistic.

  30. Learning With: ‘E.U. Leaders and U.K. Agree on Brexit Divorce Terms’ Learning, November 26

    What is the next step in the process? How likely is it to happen?

  31. Brexit, Ukraine, France: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, November 26

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  32. Brexit Deal Has the Backing of E.U. Leaders. What Happens Now? Foreign, November 25

    Prime Minister Theresa May obtained the approval of the other 27 European Union members for Britain’s divorce from the bloc. But she still has hurdles to overcome at home.

  33. E.U. Leaders and U.K. Agree on Brexit Divorce Terms Foreign, November 25

    The settlement reached at a summit meeting on Sunday must pass votes in the British Parliament, and leaves deep uncertainties about Britain’s future.

  34. Quotation of the Day: A Brexit No One Likes, but Many Can Live With Summary, November 23

    Quotation of the Day for Saturday, November 24, 2018.

  35. Theresa May Takes Her Case for Brexit to the People Foreign, November 23

    The British prime minister’s attempts to win over lawmakers are sputtering, so she is turning to the voters in hopes of raising the pressure.

  36. A Brexit Compromise Nobody Likes: What Could Be More English? Foreign, November 22

    After the sputtering of a coup against Prime Minister Theresa May, Britain’s body politic seems to be moving, grudgingly, toward accepting her plan.

  37. U.K. Agrees on Brexit Plan With Europe’s Negotiators Foreign, November 22

    The completion of what critics dismissed as a vague and ambiguous political declaration opens the way for the E.U. to approve a larger draft agreement on Sunday.

  38. Immigration, Brexit, Turkey Trots: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, November 21

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  39. As Theresa May Looks to Brussels on Brexit Deal, Europe Makes Its Own Demands Foreign, November 21

    The embattled leader wants to be seen at home as battling for the best arrangement for Britain — while also trying to beat back concerns of other member states.

  40. Trump, Brexit, Stocks: Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, November 21

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  41. Carlos Ghosn, Saudi Arabia, Brexit: Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, November 20

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  42. Theresa May, Onetime Business Foe, Finds Corporate Embrace Amid Brexit Debate Foreign, November 19

    The prime minister found a more receptive audience among business leaders than any others she has faced since unveiling her draft Brexit deal.

  43. Brexit, Camp Fire, Disney: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, November 18

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  44. Brexit, Camp Fire, Disney: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, November 18

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  45. China, Brexit, India Elections: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, November 18

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  46. Theresa May: ‘The Next 7 Days Are Critical’ for Brexit Deal Foreign, November 18

    The British prime minister is planning more negotiations in Brussels. At home, she could face a no-confidence vote and rebellion from cabinet ministers.

  47. Brexit: A Series of Unfortunate Choices Editorial, November 16

    Britons voted two and a half years ago to leave the European Union. As the split-up looms, they’re faced with nothing but bad options.

  48. As Brexit Options Dwindle, New Momentum for a 2nd Referendum World, November 16

    Theresa May’s plan for Britain to leave the European Union looks unlikely to get through Parliament, leaving few options. That makes a second referendum a real prospect.

  49. To Gauge Concerns About Brexit, Look at British Bonds Business, November 16

    The best sign that investors have had enough of the United Kingdom would be when both its currency and bonds weaken at the same time.

  50. The Brexit Fantasy Comes Due Op Ed, November 16

    And Facebook's top management comes in for withering criticism.

  51. Theresa May Presents Her Brexit Deal Op Ed, November 16

    And the country and cabinet aren’t sure about it.

  52. Theresa May and Her Brexit Deal Are on the Brink. Here’s What We Know. Foreign, November 16

    Ministers resign, the pound wobbles, the prime minister makes a pitch to the public: Here’s where we are amid the rolling chaos over a draft Brexit deal.

  53. At Brexit Crunch Time, Theresa May Takes a Pummeling Foreign, November 15

    The prime minister, who took office with the sole aim of negotiating her country’s withdrawal from the European Union, may not stay in power long enough to finish the job.

  54. Brexit, Macedonia, Facebook: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, November 15

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  55. California Wildfires, Brexit, Yellowstone: Your Thursday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, November 15

    Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

  56. Brexit for the Non-Brit: What Is It, and Why Can’t They Get It Done? Foreign, November 15

    The debate has been going on for years — really, since Britain joined the forerunner of the European Union in 1973. Here’s why.

  57. Brexit, Saudi Arabia, Chinese Hospitals: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, November 15

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  58. Pound Slides as Brexit Turmoil Hits Britain Again Business, November 15

    The decline in the currency comes as the British government struggles to find support for its plans to leave the European Union.

  59. Britons on Twitter: #BrexitShambles, #BrexitChaos Foreign, November 15

    After a dramatic morning for the British government, people in the U.K. took to social media to express their concern about Brexit.

  60. Brexit Deal in Crisis After 2 U.K. Cabinet Ministers Quit Foreign, November 15

    The resignations, which came the morning after Prime Minister Theresa May appeared to have gained cabinet approval for a withdrawal plan, cast doubt on her leadership.

  61. Brexit, Facebook, Michael Avenatti: Your Thursday Briefing N Y T Now, November 14

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  62. Wildfires, Brexit, ‘Toxic’: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, November 14

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  63. A Brexit Deal Has Arrived. Now the Chaos Begins. Op Ed, November 14

    The next few weeks will be an exercise in brinkmanship.

  64. Brexit, Myanmar, Komodo Dragons: Your Thursday Briefing N Y T Now, November 14

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  65. Brexit Deal Gets Backing From Theresa May’s Cabinet Foreign, November 14

    In a rare victory, the prime minister held her party in line. Now, she faces the much tougher task of getting the plan through Parliament.

  66. U.K. Cabinet Approves Draft Deal on Brexit World, November 14

    The cabinet’s support relieves some of the pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May, but there are several steps before the agreement could take effect.

  67. Brexit Could Leave Wedding Bouquets Stuck at the Border Business, November 14

    From greenhouses in Kenya to auction houses in the Netherlands to florists in London, the shipment of flowers highlights Brexit’s potential disruption to trade.

  68. Brexit, California, Emmanuel Macron: Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, November 13

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  69. Britain and E.U. Agree on a Draft Deal for Brexit Foreign, November 13

    The agreement is being reviewed by Conservative cabinet members before a full meeting on Wednesday.