T/brexit

  1. U.K.’s Governing Party Is Clashing Over ‘Brexit.’ Again. Foreign, February 21

    Hard-line supporters of withdrawal are dismayed by a suggestion that the transition after leaving the European Union could be longer than two years.

  2. Boris Johnson Warns Against a Brexit Do-Over Foreign, February 14

    The foreign secretary, often mentioned as potential prime minister, offered Brexit opponents some reassuring words, but no real concessions.

  3. As Britain Stumbles Over ‘Brexit,’ Support Grows for 2nd Vote Foreign, February 10

    As the Tories struggle to negotiate Britain’s departure from the bloc, and business leaders issue alarms about the threats to the economy, calls for another referendum gain momentum.

  4. As Britain Stumbles Over ‘Brexit,’ Support Grows for 2nd Vote Foreign, February 10

    As the Tories struggle to negotiate Britain’s departure from the bloc, and business leaders issue alarms about the threats to the economy, calls for another referendum gain momentum.

  5. As Brexit Agonies Continue, Theresa May Is Under Threat Again Foreign, January 29

    Brexit right-wingers fret about “Brino” — a Brexit in name only. Pro-Europeans are restive, too. And others say Theresa May just has not got a grip.

  6. Trump Tells British TV He Would Take ‘Tougher’ Stance on Brexit Foreign, January 28

    In an interview with a British broadcaster, President Trump also expressed annoyance with European Union trade policy and said he was looking forward to visiting Britain.

  7. Theresa May Arrives in Davos as U.K.’s Post-‘Brexit’ Slide Continues Business, January 25

    Britain’s stature as a global economic power has lessened since it voted to leave the European Union. Mrs. May’s speech at the World Economic Forum, and the reception to it, underscored that reality.