T/brexit

  1. Your Tuesday Briefing: Auto Tariffs, Russia-Brexit, Medical Marijuana Briefing, November 11

    Here’s what you need to know.

  2. Nigel Farage, Brexit Party Leader, Lends Hand to Boris Johnson. Mostly. World, November 11

    Mr. Farage won’t run candidates in seats held by Mr. Johnson’s Tories. But his party may still hurt the Tories in other races.

  3. Brexit Dancing Style, November 11

    Leaving the European Union is hard. Having a party is easy.

  4. The Real Meaning of the Brexit Debate Books, November 8

    Fintan O’Toole explains in “The Politics of Pain” that the Brexiteers are devout believers in English exceptionalism.

  5. Abandoning Everything You Ever Believed, for Brexit. (Or Trump.) Magazine, November 6

    Many Britons — and Americans — have grown so stubbornly devoted to a single point that they are happily forgetting everything they once stood for.

  6. Nigel Farage, Brexit Party Leader, Says He Won’t Run in Election World, November 3

    Mr. Farage said he planned instead to campaign aggressively against Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Brexit agreement.

  7. Your Friday Briefing: ISIS, Brexit, Greta Gerwig Briefing, October 31

    Here’s what you need to know.

  8. Speaker John Bercow Bows Out, Loved and Loathed. Much Like Brexit. World, October 31

    Let the ‘chuntering’ begin: The sheriff of Britain’s Parliament has laid down his badge. But maybe not his thesaurus.

  9. Brexit, Impeachment, Russia: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, October 29

    Here’s what you need to know.

  10. Brexit, Climate Change, Boeing: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, October 29

    Britain heads into a general election.

  11. Brexit Delay Sends Thousands of Commemorative Coins to the Scrap Heap World, October 29

    The 50-pence pieces emblazoned with “Oct. 31, 2019” will be recycled. (So will those with “March 29.”)

  12. Brexit, ISIS, Tuberculosis: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, October 28

    Here’s what you need to know.

  13. E.U. Agrees to Brexit Extension, Pushing Deadline to Jan. 31 World, October 28

    An earlier withdrawal is possible if the British Parliament approves Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan, Donald Tusk says.

  14. Johnson Loses First Attempt to Call Election in Latest Brexit Maneuver World, October 28

    After the European Union extended the deadline for Britain’s departure to Jan. 31, Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost another vote in Parliament.

  15. A Brexit Logjam, in Three Dimensions World, October 25

    Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the Labour Party and the European Union are all waiting for the other to make the next move. Meanwhile, Britons seethe.

  16. Brexit, California Wildfires, Floppy Disks: Your Thursday Evening Briefing Briefing, October 24

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

  17. Boris Johnson Calls for December Election in Push to Break Brexit Deadlock World, October 24

    Britain’s prime minister challenged lawmakers to approve a general election, but the opposition Labour Party reacted coolly to the idea.

  18. In Northern Ireland, Brexit Deal Is Seen as ‘Betrayal’ World, October 24

    Enraged by the deal’s plan to effectively put a border in the Irish Sea, hundreds of members of loyalist paramilitary groups met this week to discuss how to respond.

  19. Turkey, Google, Brexit: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, October 23

    Here’s what you need to know.

  20. Getting Brexit Deal Over Finish Line Would Only Begin a Tortuous New Race World, October 23

    Britain would have no more than a few months to negotiate a new trade agreement with Brussels, a process that typically takes years.

  21. Turkey, Google, Brexit: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, October 23

    Google's quantum achievement. 

  22. The Illustrated Guide to Brexit Interactive, October 23

    What in the world is going on in London? We sent a cartoonist to find out.

  23. Grudgingly, E.U. Looks Set to Grant Brexit Extension to Jan. 31 World, October 23

    That date, set by the British Parliament, is seen by European leaders as the least likely to cause them trouble.

  24. Brexit, Impeachment Inquiry, Boeing: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, October 22

    Here’s what you need to know.

  25. Impeachment, Brexit, Fake Meat: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing Briefing, October 22

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

  26. Brexit, Syria, China: Your Wednesday Briefing Briefing, October 22

    Brexit whiplash.

  27. Boris Johnson Loses a Critical Brexit Vote, Throwing the Process Into Disarray World, October 22

    Lawmakers voted down a measure to compress the timetable to debate the new withdrawal deal, in a rebuke to the prime minister.

  28. Boris Johnson Wins a Brexit Vote But Faces 2nd Test World, October 22

    Mr. Johnson won a landmark vote on his plan for Brexit, but lawmakers are threatening to block moves to rush it through Parliament.

  29. A Crucial Day for Brexit: What to Watch For World, October 22

    With Parliament set to debate and vote on a plan to let Britain leave the European Union by Oct. 31, Prime Minister Boris Johnson faces another major test.

  30. Brexit, Canadian Election, Islamic State: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, October 22

    Here’s what you need to know.

  31. For Pro-Brexit Press, Boris Johnson Is Already a Winner World, October 21

    The right-wing newspapers that dominate in Britain shaped a narrative of events that could have not been more pleasing to the prime minister.

  32. Brexit, Turkey, China: Your Tuesday Briefing Briefing, October 21

    Turkey wants nukes.

  33. Boris Johnson to Hold Tuesday Showdown After New Brexit Setback World, October 21

    The speaker of the House of Commons effectively delayed by a day a possibly decisive vote on the prime minister’s withdrawal agreement with the European Union.

  34. Brexit, Swiss Elections, Russia: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, October 21

    Here’s what you need to know.

  35. Brexit, Hong Kong, Cryptocurrency: Your Monday Briefing Briefing, October 20

    Brexit Deja Vu.

  36. Will the U.K. Ever Get Closure on Brexit? Opinion, October 20

    A lack of trust in Boris Johnson has delayed proceedings, once again.

  37. Despite Litany of Failures, Boris Johnson Is in Striking Distance of Brexit Success World, October 20

    The prime minister will try again this week to get his draft deal through Parliament. He has one key thing going for him: a divided opposition.

  38. This Week in Business: A Brexit Battering, and Mark Zuckerberg Plays Defense Business, October 20

    Plus, the monthlong strike at General Motors may be over soon.

  39. Brexit, Syria, Hong Kong: Your Weekend Briefing Briefing, October 20

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

  40. Boris Johnson Sends Letter to E.U. Asking for Brexit Delay World, October 19

    After a rebuke by lawmakers in Parliament, the British prime minister warned that an extension would be bad for both sides.

  41. Anti-Brexit Protesters Descend on London as Parliament Debates World, October 19

    The rally’s organizers said a million people joined a demonstration rejecting Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s withdrawal deal.

  42. What Happened in Today’s Brexit Vote World, October 19

    In a blow to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, lawmakers passed an amendment to delay a definitive vote on his draft deal. He later sent an unsigned letter to the E.U. asking for a deadline extension.

  43. Boeing, Brexit, Syria: Your Friday Evening Briefing Briefing, October 18

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

  44. The Cost of Boris Johnson’s Brexit Drive: A Fractured U. K.? World, October 18

    The proposed exit deal promises to accentuate centrifugal forces that were already pulling Scotland and Northern Ireland out of the United Kingdom.