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  1. And Now for Brexit’s Second Act … Opinion, Today

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  2. Honda Confirms Plan to Leave Britain as Brexit Looms Business, Yesterday

    The Japanese automaker, which employs 3,500 at its Swindon, England, plant, is set to close the site by 2021.

  3. What’s the Plan for Brexit? There Is No Plan Opinion, February 17

    It may be time to stop the doomsday clock and start over.

  4. How a ‘No-Deal’ Brexit Could Open a Path to Irish Unity World, February 15

    On the Catholic, mainly nationalist side of the divide in Northern Ireland, many think an abrupt withdrawal — and a hard border — could lead to reunification.

  5. President Trump, Brexit, Syria: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, February 14

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  6. Theresa May Suffers a New Brexit Defeat in Parliament Vote World, February 14

    Lawmakers rejected a motion to support the government’s Brexit negotiating strategy, deepening strains within both the Conservative and Labour parties.

  7. Beware the Brexit Monster: Dutch Businesses Get a Furry Blue Warning World, February 14

    The Netherlands created the mascot as part of a set of business resources to avoid having “Brexit get in your way.”

  8. Brexit Is Getting Real Opinion, February 14

    Britain is getting closer to ‘hard’ exit from Europe.

  9. As Brexit Day Nears, Conservatives Consider Purging One of Their Own World, February 14

    The rebel lawmaker Nick Boles may lose his seat for trying to stop a no-deal departure from the European Union. His fate is being watched closely by other lawmakers.

  10. Theresa May Stalls on Brexit. Again. And Again. And Again. World, February 12

    The British leader says she needs more time to negotiate with the European Union. But critics say she is running down the clock to pressure Parliament.

  11. Brexit, U.S. Congress, Polar Bears: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, February 12

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  12. U.K. Economy Falters as Brexit Looms. Amsterdam Sees Risks, and Opportunity. Business, February 11

    New data for 2018’s fourth quarter shows the British economy growing at its slowest pace since 2012, bringing the broad impact of a no-deal split from the European Union into sharp relief.

  13. Jamal Khashoggi, Jeff Bezos, Brexit: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, February 7

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  14. E.U. Rebuffs May’s New Brexit Demand, but Promises More Talks World, February 7

    The British prime minister came to Brussels seeking changes to backstop arrangements for the Irish border, despite being told that none would be allowed.

  15. Where Europe Would Be Hurt Most by a No-Deal Brexit Interactive, February 7

    Some countries could lose quite badly. A few could benefit.

  16. Fighting Brexit, One Caller and 100,000 YouTube Clicks at a Time Business, February 7

    The talk radio host James O’Brien argues with Brexiteers every day on his show. It’s unclear if he has changed any minds, but it sure has made him famous.

  17. Climate Change, Brexit, Virginia: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, February 7

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  18. Theresa May Is Off to Brussels for Brexit Talks, but She’s Not Feeling the Love World, February 6

    The British prime minister is looking for some flexibility from the bloc’s leaders for her Brexit plan, but they are venting their frustrations.

  19. Riots After a No-Deal Brexit? Save (and Evacuate) the Queen World, February 3

    Queen Elizabeth II and members of her family would be evacuated from London if Britain’s withdrawal from the E.U. triggers riots, British media reported.

  20. Brexit Fight Over Gibraltar Flares Up in an E.U. Footnote World, February 2

    European diplomats referred to the territory as “a colony of the British crown,” language that backs Spain’s position in a long-running dispute. Britain was not amused.

  21. Brexit, Trump, Serbia: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, January 31

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  22. Polar Vortex, Brexit, Sweethearts: Your Thursday Evening Briefing Briefing, January 31

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  23. India, Brexit, Apple: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, January 31

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  24. U.K. Auto Industry Already Feeling the Brexit Pinch Business, January 31

    Investment in the sector nearly halved in 2018 as negotiations over the departure from the European Union led to uncertainty for manufacturers.

  25. As Chances of No-Deal Brexit Rise, British Companies Scramble to Prepare Business, January 31

    A lack of clarity over the terms of Britain’s looming departure from the European Union has British businesses stockpiling products and components, and delaying new investments.

  26. Parliament Becomes Britain’s New Brexit Casualty World, January 30

    Votes in Parliament have put Britain on a collision course with the European Union over Brexit. Critics say lawmakers failed to take control.

  27. When Brexit Happens, Will Food Shortages and Hunger Pangs Follow? Business, January 30

    Food retailers warn that supermarkets and food outlets would be the first to feel the impact of Britain crashing out of the European Union with no deal.

  28. The Messier Brexit Gets, the Better Europe Looks World, January 30

    The British meltdown has muted talk in other countries about quitting the E.U. But that does not mean the populist threat to Europe’s cohesion is gone.

  29. What Is the Irish Backstop, and Why Is It Holding Up Brexit? World, January 30

    The measure aims to guarantee that no physical barrier will spring up between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. It sounds simple, but it’s not.

  30. Brexit, Apple, Venezuela: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, January 29

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  31. Huawei, Venezuela, Brexit: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, January 29

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  32. Theresa May Wants the E.U. to Renegotiate Brexit. Will It? World, January 29

    Brussels has said many times that the “Irish backstop” cannot and will not be renegotiated. But a paradox lurks at the heart of its position.

  33. Theresa May Survives a Critical Brexit Vote World, January 29

    Lawmakers narrowly rejected an amendment that would have put Parliament in charge of the withdrawal from the E.U., overturning constitutional protocol.

  34. In Critical Brexit Vote, Theresa May Survives World, January 29

    Lawmakers narrowly rejected an amendment that would have put Parliament in charge of the withdrawal from the E.U., overturning constitutional protocol.

  35. Brexit, Afghanistan, Robert Mueller: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, January 28

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  36. Cooper-Boles Amendment Challenges Theresa May’s Brexit Strategy World, January 28

    The Cooper-Boles amendment, on which lawmakers may vote on Tuesday, could delay Britain’s exit from the European Union.

  37. Brexit, Singapore, Nissan: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, January 28

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  38. The Brexit Amendment Process That Could Reshape Britain’s Future World, January 28

    British lawmakers are to vote on Tuesday on a series of changes in the prime minister’s plans for withdrawal from the European Union. Here’s what could happen.

  39. Did the Queen Just Weigh In on Brexit? World, January 25

    Queen Elizabeth is supposed to remain neutral, but some saw a veiled reference to Brexit in a recent speech. Now, others want her to go further and dissolve Parliament.

  40. Businesses Are Taking Action After Brexit Warnings Go Unheeded Business, January 25

    Companies and trade groups had implored British leaders to give them reassurances and information. They say they can’t wait any longer.

  41. What Is Brexit? A Guide to Why It Matters and What Happens Next Interactive, January 24

    A simple guide to the basics of Brexit, the troubled plan for Britain to quit the European Union.

  42. U.S. Shutdown, Brexit, Huawei: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, January 23

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  43. Watching Brexit Fall Apart Opinion, January 22

    The referendum to leave the European Union was won on a promise to “take back control.” On the Continent, we wonder whether the British have lost not only control but their minds.

  44. A Second Brexit Vote Could Worsen the Chaos Created by the First World, January 22

    The first vote on whether Britain should leave the European Union created more problems than it solved. A second could do much the same — or even worse.

  45. Brexit, Greenland, U.S. Shutdown: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, January 21

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  46. Brexit, U.S. Shutdown, Chinese Economy: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, January 21

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  47. Plan B for Brexit Looks a Lot Like the Defeated Plan A World, January 21

    The prime minister may be hoping that as the Brexit deadline approaches, lawmakers will vote for her plan despite misgivings.