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  1. How Brexit Could Break Britain’s Food Chain Interactive, Today

    Getting a fresh tomato to Britain from Sicily involves dozens of people, transfer stops, several truck trips and two boat rides. Brexit uncertainty could mean days-long border delays — and rotten produce.

  2. Iran, Brexit, Justin Trudeau: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, Yesterday

    Here’s what you need to know.

  3. Britain’s Supreme Court Is Thrust Into Center of Brexit Debate World, Yesterday

    A case against Boris Johnson’s suspension of Parliament is testing Britain’s Supreme Court and its tradition of steering clear of political disputes.

  4. A Brexit Protest, Reporters With Questions, but No Boris Johnson World, September 16

    A canceled news conference and a joke about the Hulk overshadowed critical meetings with European Union officials.

  5. David Cameron Says Boris Johnson ‘Didn’t Believe’ in Brexit World, September 15

    The prime minister who called the Brexit referendum said in a new memoir that Mr. Johnson embraced withdrawing from the E.U. only for political gain.

  6. A Fashion/Food Blowout in the Shadow of Brexit Fashion, September 14

    This hot new Shoreditch trattoria already is catnip for the style set.

  7. Lies, Purging and Prorogation: Two Pivotal Weeks in Brexit World, September 13

    Britain seemed poised at times between a proud tradition and something new and menacing, a populist flouting of customs and institutions in the name of “the people.”

  8. Boris Johnson Drags the Queen Into the Brexit Quagmire World, September 13

    By having the crown suspend Parliament on a potentially misleading justification, the British prime minister threatened long-settled relations with the monarchy.

  9. Brexit, Democratic Debate, Edward Snowden: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, September 12

    Here’s what you need to know.

  10. To Make a Deal on Brexit, Boris Johnson Eyes an ‘All-Ireland’ Zone World, September 12

    Though he denies it, the British prime minister may well leave Northern Ireland inside the European customs union to get a withdrawal deal.

  11. Britain Outlined the Impact of a No-Deal Brexit. It’s Not Pretty. World, September 12

    While Prime Minister Boris Johnson has minimized the potential damage of a no-deal Brexit, an internal document warns of many of the same dislocations the critics have talked about.

  12. Russia, Brexit, Whale Songs: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, September 11

    Here’s what you need to know.

  13. Lesson of the Day: ‘What Is Brexit? What Does “No-Deal” Mean?’ The Learning Network, September 11

    In this lesson, students will learn what Brexit is, how it developed into the mess it is today and how it could ultimately be resolved.

  14. Weekly News Quiz For Students: Hurricane Dorian, Brexit, U.S. Open Interactive, September 10

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

  15. Brexit, Russia, Italy: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, September 9

    Here’s what you need to know.

  16. Taliban, Brexit, Juul: Your Monday Evening Briefing Briefing, September 9

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

  17. Brexit: U.K. Parliament to Be Suspended After Vote on General Election World, September 9

    Legislation to prevent a no-deal Brexit gained formal approval, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson is likely to be rebuffed in his second try for a general election.

  18. Brexit Live Updates: John Bercow to Step Down as Speaker World, September 9

    Legislation to prevent a no-deal Brexit gained formal approval, and Prime Minister Boris Johnson is likely to be rebuffed in his second try for a general election.

  19. Brexit, Hong Kong, Afghanistan: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, September 8

    How did the Afghan talks fall apart?

  20. The Week in Business: Walmart Takes a Stand on Gun Control, and Brexit Goes Off the Rails Business, September 8

    Plus, YouTube promises to stop collecting data from children, and Apple unveils new iPhones.

  21. Dominic Cummings, Boris Johnson’s Rasputin, Is Feeling the Heat of Brexit World, September 8

    A serial provocateur and political assassin, Mr. Cummings is the architect of the British government’s scorched-earth policy on Brexit.

  22. ‘They’re All Idiots’: Amid Brexit Chaos, Britons Lose Faith in Politicians World, September 6

    Whether they wanted to leave or remain in the European Union, British voters agreed that politicians are a “joke,” particularly, it seems, Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

  23. Brexit, Bahamas, ‘Friends’: Your Friday Briefing Briefing, September 5

    Here’s what you need to know.

  24. Parliament’s Next Brexit Brawl: When to Hold Elections World, September 5

    Opposition lawmakers have blocked Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan for a mid-October election, but the government says it will push for it again next week.

  25. South Carolina, Brexit, U.S. Open: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, September 5

    Here’s what you need to know.

  26. U.K. Democracy, Tested by Brexit and Boris Johnson, Holds for Now World, September 5

    Deep into an era of tear-it-all-down populism, democratic safeguards are, for once, working as intended.

  27. Brexit, Italy, Kashmir: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, September 5

    Here’s what you need to know.

  28. Brexit’s ‘Doomsday Politics’ Mean Voters May Be Last Chance to Resolve Crisis World, September 4

    A looming election seems to offer the last political mechanism left to end the brawl over Brexit. An inconclusive result could reinforce fears that the problem defies a democratic solution.

  29. Brexit, Hong Kong, Brad Pitt: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, September 4

    A no-go on a no-deal Brexit.

  30. British Politics in Turmoil Over Brexit Opinion, September 4

    Readers draw analogies to American politics and make the case for Britain to stay in the E.U.

  31. Theresa May Endured Years of Brexit Criticism. Look Who’s Laughing Now. World, September 4

    For nearly three years, the former prime minister of Britain was the focus of the nation’s ire. This week, she was seen laughing.

  32. Jacob Rees-Mogg Takes Brexit Lying Down World, September 4

    Mr. Rees-Mogg, the House of Commons leader, reclined on Parliament’s front benches during Tuesday’s debates, offering a target for the prime minister’s foes and inspiring internet memes.

  33. Brexit Rebels Have a Problem Opinion, September 4

    There is majority support for … nothing.

  34. U.K. Lawmakers Batter Johnson Again, Defying Him on Brexit and Election World, September 4

    After lawmakers seized control of Brexit from the prime minister, they doubled down by rejecting his request for an October election. Though a setback for Mr. Johnson, it may be only temporary.

  35. Dorian, Brexit, Ariana Grande: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, September 4

    Here’s what you need to know.

  36. Brexit, Syria, Hurricane Dorian: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, September 3

    Here’s what you need to know.

  37. Brexit Vote Goes Against Boris Johnson, and He Calls for an Election World, September 3

    Parliament won the power to try to stop a “no deal” withdrawal from the European Union, a major defeat for the prime minister.

  38. What to Know as Boris Johnson and Lawmakers Face Off Over Brexit World, September 3

    As British lawmakers head back to Parliament and try to find a way to block a no-deal Brexit, Prime Minister Boris Johnson threatens to call snap elections.

  39. Brexit Showdown in Parliament as Boris Johnson Warns of a General Election World, September 3

    Parliament is considering defying the prime minister by blocking a no-deal Brexit, prompting him to threaten rebels with expulsion.

  40. Boat Fire, Brexit, Naomi Osaka: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, September 3

    Here’s what you need to know.

  41. Brexit, North Korea, Xinjiang: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, September 2

    Boris Johnson's next ploy.

  42. Britain’s Boris Johnson Threatens Brexit Rebels With New Election World, September 2

    Rebels among the prime minister’s party are threatening a revolt. That may force a snap general election.

  43. For Europe, the Threat of a No-Deal Brexit Comes at a Bad Time Business, September 2

    With the German and Italian economies in trouble, a so-called “hard Brexit” could tip the entire continent toward a recession.

  44. What’s Next for Brexit? Six Possible Outcomes World, August 30

    The Brexit crisis is reaching a crescendo. But the outcome depends not just on Boris Johnson but on his allies and enemies both at home and abroad.

  45. Britain’s Queen Is a Figurehead, but She Just Got Dragged Into Brexit Politics World, August 29

    When Boris Johnson asked Queen Elizabeth II to suspend Parliament, many who opposed his move hoped she would intervene. But experts say she had little sway over the matter.

  46. After Backlash, Boris Johnson Promises to Speed Up Brexit Talks With Brussels World, August 29

    The prime minister sought to calm fury over his maneuver to suspend Parliament and limit the ability of his critics to thwart a “no-deal” Brexit.

  47. Brexit, Italy, Prince Andrew: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, August 29

    Here’s what you need to know.

  48. Boris Johnson Shortens the Fuse on Brexit Opinion, August 28

    Parliament will have little time to debate the terms of Britain’s fateful exit from the European Union. That’s just what the new prime minister wants.

  49. Hurricane Dorian, Brexit, Peloton: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing Briefing, August 28

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

  50. Brexit, China, Japan: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, August 28

    Boris Johnson's surprise Brexit move.

  51. With Brexit Gambit, Boris Johnson Reveals a Ruthless Side World, August 28

    For years, Mr. Johnson affected a mischievous, even clownish air. As prime minister, he is showing that he can be as pugnacious as critics said his predecessor was timid.

  52. With Brexit Gambit, Boris Johnson Reveals a Ruthless Side World, August 28

    For years, Mr. Johnson affected a mischievous, even clownish air. As prime minister, he is showing that he can be as pugnacious as critics said his predecessor was timid.

  53. Boris Johnson’s ‘Explosive’ Move to Get His Way on Brexit: Suspend Parliament World, August 28

    Britain’s prime minister asked the queen to suspend Parliament, a move intended to ensure that lawmakers have as little time as possible to challenge a no-deal Brexit. The opposition called it a “coup.”

  54. Brexit, Amazon Aid, Deutsche Bank: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, August 28

    Here’s what you need to know.

  55. Anti-Brexit Lawmakers Try Cooperating, for a Change World, August 27

    Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour leader, agreed to shelve his plan to topple Prime Minister Boris Johnson next week in favor of a legislative challenge to a no-deal Brexit.

  56. Never Mind Brexit. Peppa Pig and British Pubs Are Attracting Buyers. Business, August 23

    As the British economy contracts, overseas businesses and investors are still looking to make deals.