1. Britain Sees Brexit’s Threats More Clearly Editorial, Today

    As negotiations progress, hopes for a painless divorce and new opportunities for a “global Britain” wither, but the infighting intensifies.

  2. In Favor of a Fuzzy Brexit Op Ed, July 24

    Britain can make a virtue of necessity of its postelection political stalemate and do what it does best: muddle through.

  3. Bank of America Chooses Dublin as Post-‘Brexit’ European Hub Business, July 21

    The U.S. firm is the latest lender to announce plans for continuing to serve European clients after Britain leaves the European Union.

  4. Poland, ‘Brexit,’ O.J. Simpson: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, July 21

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  5. As ‘Brexit’ Clock Ticks, U.K. Seems Adrift Foreign, July 20

    Infighting in the governing Conservative Party has raised doubts about the country’s readiness for negotiations on leaving the European Union.

  6. Citigroup Said to Open Frankfurt Hub as Banks Consider Post-‘Brexit’ Moves Business, July 19

    The American bank is the latest financial company to announce plans to open a European Union outpost in preparation for a future after Britain leaves the bloc.

  7. ‘Brexit,’ Migrants, Tour de France: Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, July 18

    Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

  8. The ‘Brexit’ Talks, in 200 Words Foreign, July 17

    Britain has until 2019 to negotiate its exit from the European Union. We break down the talks in 200 words.

  9. How ‘Brexit’ Could End the European Parliament’s ‘Traveling Circus’ Foreign, July 11

    The withdrawal could prompt the end of lawmakers’ wasteful trekking between Brussels and Strasbourg, France — a commute long denounced by British politicians.

  10. A Jane Austen Fit for the Age of Brexit Book Review, July 10

    Helena Kelly’s “Jane Austen: The Secret Radical” argues that Austen opposed 19th-century England’s assumptions about the social and political order.

  11. A Guide to the (Now Even More) Inscrutable ‘Brexit’ Foreign, June 29

    Where is Britain headed as it negotiates its exit from the European Union? Here are four of the most likely possibilities.