Boris Johnson warns against Brexit 'betrayal'
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will on Wednesday use a major speech to warn that attempts to frustrate Brexit would lead to "ineradicable feelings of betrayal".
EU to get power to punish during Brexit transition
The European Union will be able to punish Britain for breaking the rules of its post-Brexit transition period under plans agreed by Brussels on Tuesday, EU sources said. Under plans for the 21-month transition after Britain leaves the bloc on March 29, 2019, London must abide by all EU laws without having any decision-making power,…
EU negotiator warns 'not a minute to lose' in Brexit talks
The EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier stressed the urgency of Brexit talks ahead of a meeting with Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday, with her government still deeply divided on the negotiations.
UK's May sets up EU row over post-Brexit citizens' rights
European Union citizens arriving in Britain during its post-Brexit transition period should not be afforded the same rights as those who arrived earlier, Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday.
UK seeks to play down leaked Brexit economic study
Prime Minister Theresa May's government on Tuesday sought to play down its own leaked analysis suggesting Britain would be worse off whatever deal it strikes with the EU, warning it was made public to undermine Brexit.
EU backs Brexit transition demands as tensions rock May
The EU adopted red lines Monday for a transition period that binds Britain by the bloc's laws for nearly two years after Brexit without having any policy-making power.
British prime minster to visit China as Brexit looms
British Prime Minister Theresa May will visit Beijing next week, China said Thursday, as her country looks to bolster trade links ahead of its departure from the European Union.
Brexit special trade agreement possible, says Macron
French President Emmanuel Macron said a special post-Brexit trade agreement between Britain and the EU was certainly possible but would not involve full access to the single market, in a BBC interview to be screened Sunday.