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Theresa May pens open letter to Britons lauding Brexit deal

25 Nov 2018

Theresa May pens open letter to Britons lauding Brexit deal

British Prime Minister Theresa May has written a "letter to the nation" vowing to campaign with "heart and soul" for her Brexit deal once EU leaders sign off on it this weekend.

London: Indian-origin anti-Brexit campaigner releases memoir of her struggle

02 Sep 2018

London: Indian-origin anti-Brexit campaigner releases memoir of her struggle

An Indian-origin campaigner who mounted a successful legal challenge to prevent British PM Theresa May triggering Brexit without Parliament's approval has released a new memoir to trace her journey of struggle.

Brexit: EU (Withdrawal) Bill suffers 15th defeat in House-of-Lords

17 May 2018

Brexit: EU (Withdrawal) Bill suffers 15th defeat in House-of-Lords

UK Prime Minister Theresa May's government has suffered the 15th defeat in the House of Lords (also known as House of Peers) on the EU (Withdrawal) Bill after peers voted by a majority of 50 to form a body to enforce EU "environment standards" after Brexit.

EU says that Brexit is "getting dramatic"

10 Nov 2017

EU says that Brexit is "getting dramatic"

Brexit negotiations are significant as they concern the future of both the UK and EU.

May to give landmark speech to break Brexit negotiations deadlock

22 Sep 2017

May to give landmark speech to break Brexit negotiations deadlock

British PM Theresa May is expected to tell EU leaders that there's a shared responsibility to ensure Brexit takes place "smoothly."

Brexit: UK officials in Brussels for next round of negotiations

29 Aug 2017

Brexit: UK officials in Brussels for next round of negotiations

In a new development on the Brexit front, UK officials have headed to Brussels to prepare for resuming negotiations with the European Union.

UK 'a bit absent' from Brexit negotiations: Sir Simon Fraser

08 Aug 2017

UK 'a bit absent' from Brexit negotiations: Sir Simon Fraser

Expressing his disapproval for UK's conduct at the Brexit negotiations, Sir Simon Fraser, an ex-top official at the foreign office stated that the UK hasn't been able to get a good start at the Brexit negotiations.

EU leaders hammer out tough conditions for Brexit

30 Apr 2017

EU leaders hammer out tough conditions for Brexit

In an unusual act of harmony, the 27 EU leaders who gathered in Brussels took just a few minutes, approved eight pages of negotiating terms and conditions for the Brexit.

EU agrees on Brexit guidelines in Brussels summit

29 Apr 2017

EU agrees on Brexit guidelines in Brussels summit

Donald Tusk, the European Council President said that the EU leaders had unanimously accepted to negotiate Brexit guidelines.

EU president Tusk to issue Brexit negotiation guidelines

31 Mar 2017

EU president Tusk to issue Brexit negotiation guidelines

European Council President Donald Tusk is due to issue draft proposals outlining how the EU plans to negotiate the Brexit with the UK over the next two years.

UK to begin formal Brexit process

29 Mar 2017

UK to begin formal Brexit process

Prime Minister Theresa May has signed and sent off an official notice under Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to European Council president Donald Tusk, to trigger the formal Brexit process.

Gloomy Brexit Report: MPs stage walkout

29 Mar 2017

Gloomy Brexit Report: MPs stage walkout

Pro-Brexit MPs "politely walked out" of a meeting of the Brexit Select Committee after a report presented was deemed "too gloomy".

Parliament clears way for Brexit bill

14 Mar 2017

Parliament clears way for Brexit bill

The parliament has paved the way for the UK to trigger Article 50 of Lisbon Treaty and begin the Brexit process after passing Brexit bill.

Britain could exit EU without paying: Experts

05 Mar 2017

Britain could exit EU without paying: Experts

The Lords EU Financial Affairs Committee stated that Britain could exit the EU without paying any money if the two-year Article 50 talks ended with no deal.

UK House of Commons passes Brexit bill

09 Feb 2017

UK House of Commons passes Brexit bill

The House of Commons in the UK passed the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill by 494 votes to 122, allowing Theresa May to trigger article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to start the Brexit process.

Case to reverse Brexit to start in January in Dublin

14 Jan 2017

Case to reverse Brexit to start in January in Dublin

The lawyer behind the crowdfunded legal challenge to reverse Britain's divorce from the European Union said the case will be launched in Dublin by the end of January.

UK PM Theresa May to discuss post-Brexit ties with EU

21 Oct 2016

UK PM Theresa May to discuss post-Brexit ties with EU

Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Theresa May would reportedly convey to the EU that it is time to discuss the bloc's future ties with Britain post-Brexit.

Gina Miller and a case that could change Brexit future

25 Aug 2016

Gina Miller and a case that could change Brexit future

Gina Miller, a London-based investment manager has taken up a historic case in the UK supreme court.