T/brexit

  1. Theresa May Seeks to Unlock Brexit Talks in Florence Speech Foreign, Yesterday

    More conciliatory than in the past, the prime minister offered some specifics aimed at soothing anxieties about a damaging “cliff-edge” withdrawal.

  2. Brexit Is Hurting the Fight Against Corruption Op Ed, September 19

    David Cameron’s worst mistake is ruining his best initiative.

  3. Boris Johnson Gets Back in the Brexit Game Foreign, September 18

    With an inflammatory essay, he has injected himself into the debate over how to leave the E.U. — and possibly devised an intricate route to the top.

  4. The Boys of Brexit: Tony Blair and Nigel Farage Op Ed, September 16

    The veteran pols on either side of the vituperative, vertiginous Brexit debate spar.

  5. The Novels Explaining Britain’s Path From the Raj to Brexit Book Review, September 8

    Revisiting Paul Scott’s “The Raj Quartet,” 70 years after the partition of India and Pakistan.

  6. Hurricane Irma, Emmanuel Macron, ‘Brexit’: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, September 8

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

  7. Britain’s Greatest Brexit Obstacle: Itself Foreign, September 7

    Britain is supposed to be engaging in an epic battle with Brussels. But the fiercest battles are in London within the governing Conservative Party.

  8. Britain’s Greatest Brexit Obstacle: Itself Foreign, September 7

    Britain is supposed to be engaging in an epic battle with Brussels. But the fiercest battles are in London within the governing Conservative Party.

  9. Brexit? For Now, E.U. Leaves Fights to the U.K. Foreign, September 6

    While Britain obsesses, the European Union regards its departure as a second- or third-tier issue, behind things like debt, migration, terrorism and the euro.

  10. ‘Brexit’ Threatens Subsidies for U.K.’s Landed Gentry, and Queen Foreign, September 3

    Millions in European Union farm subsidies that go to Britain’s rich and famous — including Queen Elizabeth II — could be excised after the country leaves the bloc.

  11. Texas, ‘Brexit,’ Emmanuel Macron: Your Friday Briefing N Y T Now, September 1

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

  12. After ‘Brexit,’ Can Western Australia Really Be Thinking of Seceding? Foreign, August 31

    A faction of the state’s Liberals is considering a motion to investigate breaking away from the country. A far-fetched idea, maybe, but not a new one.

  13. Brexit Sends Labour Back to Class Opinion, August 29

    If Jeremy Corbyn’s party is ever to get back in power, it has to win over its lost workers.

  14. Labour Party Seeks an Extended Brexit Transition for U.K. World, August 27

    While the party is seeking to distinguish itself from the Conservatives, both groups are now calling for a gradual exit.

  15. ‘Brexit’ Negotiations Resume, and a Price Drop at Whole Foods Business Day, August 27

    There are unresolved issues between Britain and the European Union, and tension between North American nations lingers as trade talks resume.