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  1. Brexit Heads for That Riveting Black Hole Opinion, April 11

    Brexit could still happen. But for the first time the odds on it happening are no better than even.

  2. Brexit? Just Give Us a Break, U.K. Lawmakers Say World, April 11

    Sure, there was some anger over the delayed withdrawal. But most members were looking forward to a holiday from the hellish pressures of recent months.

  3. With Brexit Delayed, British Businesses Say: Enough Already Business, April 11

    The extension announced on Wednesday gives the country six more months to figure out a plan to leave the E.U., but firms, especially small ones, fear another impasse.

  4. Brexit, Netanyahu, Trump Taxes: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, April 10

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  5. E.U. Extends Brexit Deadline to Oct. 31, Avoiding Cliff Edge (for Now) World, April 10

    The bloc offered Britain a Brexit deadline at the end of October to avert a no-deal withdrawal that was set to take place on Friday evening.

  6. As Theresa May Pleads for 2nd Brexit Delay, Some See a ‘Begging Tour’ World, April 9

    The British prime minister is likely to get more time from the European Union, but perhaps not the deadline she wants.

  7. As Theresa May Pleads for 2nd Brexit Delay, Some See a ‘Begging Tour’ World, April 9

    The British prime minister is likely to get more time from the European Union, but perhaps not the deadline she wants.

  8. Trump, Brexit, Israel: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, April 8

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  9. After Years of Ambiguity About Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn Faces a Decision World, April 8

    Talks with Prime Minister Theresa May over a possible compromise on Brexit have put the Labour Party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, in a position he has avoided: committing to a plan.

  10. China, Honduras, Brexit: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, April 7

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  11. India, Brexit, Rwanda: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, April 7

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  12. Theresa May Signals Openness to Brexit Compromise, but Hurdles Persist World, April 7

    Labour leaders said the British prime minister had not bent to any of their demands. They also fear that any compromise on Brexit could be ripped up under her successor.

  13. Brexit Is Happening Now (at Least on Some U.K. Passports) World, April 6

    British lawmakers may still be wrestling over Britain’s withdrawal from the E.U., but some travel documents have been issued without “European Union” on the cover.

  14. Herman Cain, Brexit, Final Four: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, April 5

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  15. May Asks E.U. for a Short Brexit Delay. Tusk Proposes a One-Year ‘Flextension.’ World, April 5

    The proposal from Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, leaves the door open for Britain to withdraw from the bloc sooner if it ratifies a deal.

  16. May’s Compromise Talks With Corbyn Hit Snag as She Asks for Brexit Extension World, April 5

    The leaders of Britain’s Conservative and Labour Parties face challenges in reaching an agreement, each because of political pushback to compromise from within their parties.

  17. Brexit Enters the ‘Flextension’ Era. It Could Be Short. World, April 4

    With Britain facing a long extension, the idea is to add a provision for shortening the delay if Parliament should agree on an exit deal.

  18. Brexit Enters the ‘Flextension’ Era. It Could Be Short. World, April 4

    With Britain facing a long extension, the idea is to add a provision for shortening the delay if Parliament should agree on an exit deal.

  19. Brexit, Ireland and the Failure of the European Idea Opinion, April 4

    If the Troubles return, it will signal the defeat of one of the Continent’s great postwar achievements.

  20. President Trump, Brexit, Brunei: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, April 4

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  21. May and Corbyn, Old Adversaries, Weigh a Brexit Partnership World, April 3

    Cross-party cooperation goes so profoundly against the grain in Britain’s Parliament, the last-ditch effort had a slightly unreal feeling, as if the laws of physics had been suspended.

  22. Sinn Fein Refuses to Vote in British Parliament, Even Against Brexit World, April 3

    The party speaks for anti-Brexit Catholics in Northern Ireland, and its seven votes could make a difference. But it refuses on principle to participate.

  23. Sinn Fein Refuses to Vote in British Parliament, Even Against Brexit World, April 3

    The party speaks for anti-Brexit Catholics in Northern Ireland, and its seven votes could make a difference. But it refuses on principle to participate.

  24. What Do Ireland and Northern Ireland Want From Brexit? World, April 3

    The two players most affected by the “Irish backstop” and the wrangling over their common border often get left out of the conversation. Can both be satisfied?

  25. Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn Open Treacherous Brexit Negotiation World, April 3

    Can the two leaders overcome their antagonistic history and find a way out of the quagmire? The government said the talks got off to a constructive start. Labour was less optimistic.

  26. Brexit, Algeria, Venezuela: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, April 2

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  27. What Would a No-Deal Brexit Look Like? World, April 2

    A no-deal Brexit, once unthinkable, could happen in less than two weeks, barring a deadline extension. Here are some of the likely consequences.

  28. Health Care, Brexit, Joe Biden: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing Briefing, April 2

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  29. Brexit, India, Lion Air: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, April 2

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  30. Theresa May Will Reach Out to Corbyn in Bid to Avoid Disorderly Brexit World, April 2

    The prime minister made the surprising offer after a fractious meeting with her cabinet, and said she would seek a second delay to Britain’s withdrawal from the bloc.

  31. Weekly News Quiz for Students: Betsy DeVos, Brexit, Facebook Interactive, April 2

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

  32. Britain Will Have to Pass Theresa May’s Brexit Plan, E.U. Warns World, April 2

    The bloc’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, said there was no alternative to the British prime minister’s plan, even with a long extension.

  33. Britain Will Have to Pass Theresa May’s Brexit Plan, E.U. Warns World, April 2

    The bloc’s chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, said there was no alternative to the British prime minister’s plan, even with a long extension.

  34. Brexit, Erdogan, Ukraine: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, April 2

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  35. A Customs Union for Britain: How One Brexit Idea Might Work World, April 1

    Lawmakers came close to endorsing a “softer” British withdrawal from the E.U. that would have eased barriers to trade.

  36. U.K. Parliament Votes Down Alternative Brexit Deals World, April 1

    Lawmakers rejected alternative proposals to Prime Minister Theresa May’s already-rejected proposal, with less than two weeks until an April 12 deadline.

  37. For Many British Businesses, Brexit Has Already Happened Business, April 1

    No one knows how the politics of Brexit will end. But the twisting road has already cooled investment and damaged the nation’s reputation as a haven for commerce.

  38. Brexit, Singapore, Japan: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, April 1

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  39. Brexit, U.S. Border, India: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, April 1

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  40. Brexit, Indian Elections, the Kardashians: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, March 31

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  41. Brexit is Messy. London’s Lawyers Are Cashing In. Business, March 31

    Britain’s complicated exit from the European Union has rattled corporations around the world. And that means lawyers are pulling in clients and profit.

  42. Brexit, Offshore Drilling, N.C.A.A.: Your Weekend Briefing Briefing, March 31

    Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.

  43. ‘We’re in the Last Hour’: Democracy Itself Is on Trial in Brexit, Britons Say World, March 30

    Britons on both sides of the issue are angry and embarrassed at the spectacle in Parliament, and they are losing faith in their political system.

  44. Brexit Mess Reflects Democracy’s New Era of Tear-It-All-Down World, March 29

    Britain’s breakdown represents a much wider phenomenon. Across Western democracies, politics are increasingly defined by opposition — to everything.

  45. Mueller Report, Brexit, N.C.A.A.: Your Friday Evening Briefing Briefing, March 29

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  46. Brexit Goes Back to Square One as Parliament Rejects May’s Plan a Third Time World, March 29

    The now routine defeat for the prime minister’s exit plan also underscores that Parliament itself has no idea what to do.

  47. The Man Trying to Make Sense of Brexit Is Tired and Would Like to Stop Now World, March 29

    Jon Worth’s meticulous Brexit flowcharts attempt to chart every possibility. But the task is basically impossible.

  48. Brexit Live Updates: U.K. Parliament Debates Theresa May’s Departure Plan World, March 29

    Lawmakers will vote a third time on the prime minister’s deal to withdraw Britain from the European Union, and she has promised to step down if it passes.

  49. Brexit Live Updates: Theresa May’s Deal Faces Third Vote in U.K. Parliament World, March 29

    Lawmakers will vote a third time on the prime minister’s deal to withdraw Britain from the European Union, and she has promised to step down if it passes.

  50. Theresa May’s Brexit Deal Is Rejected by U.K. Parliament World, March 29

    Lawmakers refused, for a third time, to back the prime minister’s deal to withdraw Britain from the European Union.

  51. Brexit, Trump, Nissan: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, March 29

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  52. Brexit, Brunei, Frogs: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, March 28

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  53. Brexit Process Remains Deadlocked as Theresa May Searches for Support World, March 28

    Some Conservative lawmakers struggled to keep the prime minister’s deal alive as others said that her offer to resign was not enough to win approval.

  54. Brexit Process Remains Deadlocked as Theresa May Searches for Support World, March 28

    Some Conservative lawmakers struggled to keep the prime minister’s deal alive as others said that her offer to resign was not enough to win approval.

  55. Theresa May Put Her Head on the Block for Her Brexit Deal. It Might Not Be Enough. World, March 28

    The British prime minister made one final gamble, offering to resign in exchange for the votes to get her withdrawal agreement over the line.

  56. Theresa May Put Her Head on the Block for Her Brexit Deal. It Might Not Be Enough. World, March 28

    The British prime minister made one final gamble, offering to resign in exchange for the votes to get her withdrawal agreement over the line.

  57. Brexit, Boeing, China: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, March 27

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  58. Brexit, Boeing, Baseball: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing Briefing, March 27

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  59. India, Brexit, China: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, March 27

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  60. U.K. Parliament Faces a Key Brexit Question: What Does It Want? World, March 27

    Lawmakers are expected to vote on a series of options, trying to wrest control from Prime Minister Theresa May, but they may be unable to agree on an alternative.

  61. U.K. Parliament Faces a Key Brexit Question: What Does It Want? World, March 27

    Lawmakers are expected to vote on a series of options, trying to wrest control from Prime Minister Theresa May, but they may be unable to agree on an alternative.

  62. Alternate Brexit Plans Rejected; Theresa May Offers to Step Down World, March 27

    The British prime minister did not specify when she would step down, but the European Union has said that it would approve an extension in the Brexit process to May 22, if her plan gained approval.

  63. Mueller Report, Brexit, Sackler Family: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, March 26

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  64. Parliament Grabs Control of Brexit From a Wounded Theresa May World, March 25

    British lawmakers will now hold a series of votes to see if they can come up with a better Brexit plan than has Mrs. May, whose tenure is ever shakier.

  65. Brexit, Gaza, Apple: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, March 25

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  66. Mueller Report, Brexit, Boeing: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, March 24

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  67. Mueller Report, Thailand, Brexit: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, March 24

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  68. From ‘No Problem’ to No Deal: How Brexit Supporters Embraced the Cliff Edge World, March 23

    Frustration and numbness have driven many Britons to embrace the high-risk solution of simply walking away from negotiations with the European Union.

  69. Angry Over Brexit Stalemate, Huge Crowds March in London to Demand Second Vote World, March 23

    Hundreds of thousands marched in a last-ditch effort to reverse Britain’s looming split from the European Union.

  70. How Brexit Is Worse Than Trump Opinion, March 22

    There is a time limit on President Trump’s tenure, but Brexit has no “recall date,” a reader says.

  71. Brexit Deal is Still Unacceptable, Key Government Ally Says World, March 22

    The Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland strongly suggested that it would oppose Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan, damaging her hopes for its approval in Parliament.

  72. Where Does Brexit Go From Here? World, March 22

    After getting a short reprieve from the European Union, Parliament will try, again, to agree on a way forward, but the prospects remain uncertain.

  73. Where Does Brexit Go From Here? World, March 22

    After getting a short reprieve from the European Union, Parliament will try, again, to agree on a way forward, but the prospects remain uncertain.

  74. With 3 Million Signatures, Some Britons Clamor to Cancel Brexit World, March 22

    An online petition on Parliament’s website is unlikely to change the course of Brexit, but Britons keep signing anyway.

  75. March for a Second Brexit Vote Is Just the Start for Young People World, March 22

    A mass demonstration planned for Saturday in London will be led by youthful activists who see it as the first step in a battle to reverse Brexit that could last decades.

  76. Golan Heights, Brexit, N.C.A.A. Basketball: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, March 22

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  77. Brexit, Lion Air, Mozambique: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, March 22

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  78. E.U. Approves Brexit Extension, but Chaotic Departure Still Looms World, March 21

    The short extension was conditioned on Parliament’s approving a withdrawal deal it has already rejected twice by decisive margins.

  79. New Zealand, Brexit, Lion Air: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, March 21

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  80. Mozambique, Brexit, New Zealand: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, March 21

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  81. Donald Trump Jr. Scolds Theresa May Over Brexit: ‘Was It All a Ruse?’ World, March 20

    In an op-ed for a British newspaper, President Trump’s eldest son said his father’s advice had been ignored and accused “European elites” of derailing the process.