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  1. The U.K.’s Gas Crisis Is a Brexit Crisis, Too World, September 28

    Until now, the government has blamed Covid-related restrictions for a spate of shortages. But as virus restrictions ease and fuel runs short, the focus is shifting to Britain’s exit from the E.U.

  2. Weekly News Quiz for Students: Trump Phone Call, Brexit, N.B.A Milestone Interactive, January 5

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

  3. Jeremy Corbyn or No-Deal Brexit? The U.K. Might Have to Choose Foreign, October 6

    In the face of a potentially chaotic departure from the E.U., the socialism of Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn is beginning to look like a relatively reasonable option.

  4. Brexit Clashes Begin as U.K.’s Boris Johnson Pushes a Hard Line Foreign, July 25

    The new prime minister fueled speculation that he was ready to go to a general election if he was blocked by lawmakers from leaving the European Union without a deal.

  5. Trump, Brexit, Israel: Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, April 8

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  6. China, Honduras, Brexit: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, April 7

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  7. Herman Cain, Brexit, Final Four: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, April 5

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  8. May’s Compromise Talks With Corbyn Hit Snag as She Asks for Brexit Extension Foreign, April 5

    The leaders of Britain’s Conservative and Labour Parties face challenges in reaching an agreement, each because of political pushback to compromise from within their parties.

  9. Brexit, Ireland and the Failure of the European Idea Op Ed, April 4

    If the Troubles return, it will signal the defeat of one of the Continent’s great postwar achievements.

  10. President Trump, Brexit, Brunei: Your Thursday Briefing N Y T Now, April 4

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  11. Sinn Fein Refuses to Vote in British Parliament, Even Against Brexit Foreign, April 3

    The party speaks for anti-Brexit Catholics in Northern Ireland, and its seven votes could make a difference. But it refuses on principle to participate.

  12. What Do Ireland and Northern Ireland Want From Brexit? Foreign, April 3

    The two players most affected by the “Irish backstop” and the wrangling over their common border often get left out of the conversation. Can both be satisfied?

  13. Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn Open Treacherous Brexit Negotiation Foreign, April 3

    Can the two leaders overcome their antagonistic history and find a way out of the quagmire? The government said the talks got off to a constructive start. Labour was less optimistic.

  14. Health Care, Brexit, Joe Biden: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, April 2

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  15. Brexit, India, Lion Air: Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, April 2

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  16. Weekly News Quiz for Students: Betsy DeVos, Brexit, Facebook Interactive, April 2

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

  17. For Many British Businesses, Brexit Has Already Happened Business, April 1

    No one knows how the politics of Brexit will end. But the twisting road has already cooled investment and damaged the nation’s reputation as a haven for commerce.

  18. U.K. Parliament Votes Down Alternative Brexit Deals Foreign, April 1

    Lawmakers rejected alternative proposals to Prime Minister Theresa May’s already-rejected proposal, with less than two weeks until an April 12 deadline.

  19. Brexit, U.S. Border, India: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, April 1

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  20. ‘We’re in the Last Hour’: Democracy Itself Is on Trial in Brexit, Britons Say Foreign, March 30

    Britons on both sides of the issue are angry and embarrassed at the spectacle in Parliament, and they are losing faith in their political system.

  21. Brexit Goes Back to Square One as Parliament Rejects May’s Plan a Third Time Foreign, March 29

    The now routine defeat for the prime minister’s exit plan also underscores that Parliament itself has no idea what to do.

  22. Brexit Mess Reflects Democracy’s New Era of Tear-It-All-Down Foreign, March 29

    Britain’s breakdown represents a much wider phenomenon. Across Western democracies, politics are increasingly defined by opposition — to everything.

  23. Brexit, Boeing, China: Your Thursday Briefing N Y T Now, March 27

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  24. Mueller Report, Brexit, Sackler Family: Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, March 26

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  25. Brexit, Gaza, Apple: Your Tuesday Briefing N Y T Now, March 25

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  26. Mueller Report, Brexit, Boeing: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, March 24

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  27. March for a Second Brexit Vote Is Just the Start for Young People Foreign, March 22

    A mass demonstration planned for Saturday in London will be led by youthful activists who see it as the first step in a battle to reverse Brexit that could last decades.

  28. Golan Heights, Brexit, N.C.A.A. Basketball: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, March 22

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  29. Brexit, Boeing, Cardinal Pell: Your Wednesday Briefing N Y T Now, March 13

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  30. Boeing, Brexit, Russell Westbrook: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing N Y T Now, March 12

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  31. Theresa May Secures E.U. Help, Hours Before Brexit Vote Foreign, March 11

    The prime minister flew to Strasbourg and won concessions on the “backstop” plan for the Irish border. Whether they are enough remains unclear.

  32. Ethiopian Airlines, Brexit, Venezuela: Your Monday Briefing N Y T Now, March 11

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  33. And Now for Brexit’s Second Act … Op Ed, February 19

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  34. President Trump, Brexit, Syria: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, February 14

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