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Britain could consider a "Norway-plus" deal with the European Union if British Prime Minister Theresa May fails to win lawmakers' approval next week for her unpopular Brexit deal, a senior …
Former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith cautions prime minister and her cabinet not to 'brazen it out' Theresa May could be forced to stand down as prime minister if her Brexit deal is defeated in the... Commons next week, a Tory former leader has warned. Eurosceptic Iain Duncan Smith cautioned against May and her cabinet deciding to "brazen it out", saying such an approach would be a "disaster".
Al Jazeera explains the parlance concerning the UK's impending departure from the European Union.
The Treasury's Brexit forecasts are to be published as the PM heads to Scotland to defend her deal.
The prime minister will tell MPs the "British people want us to get on with a deal that honours the referendum".
The economy would shrink 3.9% annually, research commissioned by the People's Vote claims.
Theresa May now has to sell the deal to her recalcitrant parliamentarians
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The PM hopes EU leaders will sign off her Brexit deal despite tension over Gibraltar.
The PM will meet Jean-Claude Juncker as stumbling blocks remain over the two sides' future relations.
HSBC / Oddschecker The odds of Britain holding a second referendum just went sharply up and are now a near coin-toss, according to HSBC. But Prime Minister Theresa May probably does have the majority... she needs to get her deal through parliament, economist Elizabeth Martins believes. We looked at the wafer-thin numbers. The odds of Britain holding a second referendum just went sharply up and are now above 40% — a near coin-toss — according to HSBC economist Elizabeth Martins. Prime Minister Theresa May unveiled the Brexit deal she has negotiated with the EU, and it was met with multiple resignations from her own cabinet and some of her own MPs calling for her to resign. May's Conservative party has a wafer-thin technical majority in parliament and it will be very, very difficult for her...
Defence minister Tobias Ellwood revealed contingency plans are being made in case Government negotiations with the European Union collapse.
If Brexit talks fail, it's not clear what would replace travel agreements between the UK and EU.
The question of how to keep the Irish border free of checkpoints and patrols threatens to derail Britain's plans for an orderly departure from the European Union.
The Prime Minister (pictured) was reported last night to have secured private concessions from Brussels that would keep the whole of the UK in a customs union with the EU.
Ahead of probably the UK's last budget as a member of the EU, storm clouds are gathering Philip Hammond is coming under increasing pressure to raise public spending in the budget on Monday to protect... the British economy against Brexit, against a backdrop of mixed economic developments over the past month. Ahead of what will probably be the last UK budget in more than 40 years of EU membership, stock markets have plunged amid a cocktail of geopolitical risks, raising the spectre of Britain going it alone just as the world economy enters a tougher period.
Ralf Speth calls for political action as CBI survey finds four out of five businesses have cut investment ahead of EU exit Key industries will be destroyed by a hard Brexit, one of the country's most... powerful chief executives has predicted, amid warnings that Britain's imminent EU exit has dented investment by four in five businesses. Ralf Speth, the boss of Jaguar Land Rover, said that such an outcome would lead to the closure of plants and major job losses as he warned that some exposed industries would have "no way to survive a hard Brexit".
With talks deadlocked, EU leaders want Theresa May to give ground - but she says the ball's in their court.
Negotiations between the UK and the European Union (EU) concluded Sunday without a Brexit deal, after disputes over Northern Ireland continued to hamper talks.
The former Brexit secretary says Theresa May's plans will prevent the UK striking new trade deals.
Sources tell the BBC that several cabinet ministers are worried about Irish border proposals.
EU tobacco warnings will be replaced by Australian versions in the event no deal is struck, it emerges.
PM Shinzo Abe says the UK could be welcomed into the Pacific deal "with open arms" after Brexit.
Pet owners have taken to the streets with their pooches for the 'Wooferendum' demonstration to try to pile more pressure on Theresa May over the crunch talks.