T/brexit

  1. Case Against Boris Johnson Over Brexit Claims Dismissed in U.K. Court World, June 7

    Britain’s High Court did not give a reason for scrapping the case against the front-runner to replace Theresa May as prime minister.

  2. Labour Ekes Out a Win Over the Brexit Party in a Local Vote World, June 6

    The real losers were the Tories, who finished a humiliating third in the latest in a series of electoral disasters for the ruling party.

  3. Labour Ekes Out a Win Over Brexit Party in a Local U.K. Vote World, June 6

    The real losers were the Tories, who finished a humiliating third in the latest in a series of electoral disasters for the ruling party.

  4. On Trump’s Ireland Visit, Talk of Brexit and Border Walls World, June 5

    President Trump predicted that Brexit would be good for Ireland “with your wall, your border.” Ireland’s prime minister replied that the country wanted to avoid “a wall or border” with Britain.

  5. Fact-Checking Trump’s London Visit: Trade, Protests, Brexit U.S., June 4

    President Trump, at two events on Tuesday in London, made inaccurate claims about trade, protests against him, Brexit and his approval rating.

  6. As Trump Dangles Post-Brexit Trade Deal, Some Britons See Opportunism World, June 4

    The prospect of a Britain overly dependent on the United States divided politicians and added to the grievances of anti-Trump protesters in London.

  7. As Trump Dangles Post-Brexit Trade Deal, Some Britons See Opportunism World, June 4

    The prospect of a Britain overly dependent on the United States divided politicians and added to the grievances of anti-Trump protesters in London.

  8. Trump Weighs In on Brexit, Trade and Tariffs Alongside May Video, June 4

    During a news conference, President Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain discussed security, trade and Brexit, which Mr. Trump predicted “will happen.”

  9. Trump State Visit to U.K. Faces Turbulence Amid Brexit Chaos World, June 2

    When the American president arrives in London on Monday, it’s not clear how much more he can shake up a country that is already roiled by the Brexit debacle.

  10. Mueller, Huawei, Brexit: Your Thursday Briefing Briefing, May 29

    Here’s what you need to know.

  11. Boris Johnson Is Summoned to Court Over Brexit Claims World, May 29

    The former foreign secretary is accused of lying during the Brexit campaign by inferring that Britain paid 350 million pounds every week to the European Union.

  12. Boris Johnson Is Summoned to Court Over Brexit Claims World, May 29

    The former foreign secretary is accused of lying during the Brexit campaign by inferring that Britain paid 350 million pounds every week to the European Union.

  13. John Bercow Vows to Stay as Speaker, Asserting Parliament’s Brexit Role World, May 29

    The possibility that Britain’s next prime minister might lead the country out of the European Union without a withdrawal deal sets up a constitutional confrontation.

  14. Brexit Is Sending Students Packing, Straining Private Schools on Both Ends Business, May 27

    While campuses in Britain look toward Asia in their struggle to refill seats, those on the Continent are scrambling to prepare for a crush of new pupils.