Opinion

Is Brexit really going to help British workers?

The big winners of a post-Brexit controlled migration system will not be British workers, but unscrupulous employers.

Nick Dearden

by Nick Dearden

Nick Dearden

United Kingdom

UK MPs back Brexit bill branded 'power grab' by critics

After more than 13 hours of speeches, members of parliament vote in favour of bill seen as first big Brexit hurdle.

Opinion

A big business Brexit for a bargain basement Britain

Brexit negotiators are side-lining civil society concerns as they grant privileged access to corporate lobbyists.

Nick Dearden

by Nick Dearden

Nick Dearden

Opinion

Brexit Britain: A United Kingdom of hate and denial

It's time for 'Leave' campaigners to acknowledge and denounce the rise of Xenophobia and Islamophobia in Brexit Britain.

Alastair Sloan

by Alastair Sloan

Alastair Sloan

Counting the Cost

Brexit: A threat to Britain's food security?

We discuss whether the UK's divorce from the European Union could come at the cost of food security.

Brexit

UK to pull out of fishing agreement

Government aims to trigger process of leaving deal that allows vessels from other countries to fish off UK coastline.

Brexit-bound UK to pull out of fishing agreement

Counting the Cost

Brexit: One year on

Is the economy taking on a more important role when it comes to Brexit?

Brexit

How has the UK changed since the Brexit vote?

Experts reflect on what the Brexit vote has meant for inequality, the environment, racism and politics in the past year.

How has the UK changed since the Brexit vote?

Europe

British PM says EU citizens can stay in UK after Brexit

Theresa May pledges to protect EU citizen rights but UK also insists it will have full jurisdiction over such rights.

UpFront

Does the UK election mark the end for Theresa May?

We speak to former Conservative minister and Brexit supporter Norman Lamont, and ex-Colombia vice president talks FARC.

UpFront

Was the UK election a rejection of Brexit?

We ask former Conservative minister Norman Lamont if the vision of a 'hard' Brexit is over and where the UK is headed.

Counting the Cost

UK election: Brexit plans in disarray

We examine whether Brexit talks are in disarray after Britain's election throws up a hung parliament.

United Kingdom

UK's May to form minority government

Conservative leader receives mandate from queen to form new government, despite losing her majority in general election.

Politics

The UK elections explained

Al Jazeera breaks down the election process and the main contenders.

The UK elections explained

Inside Story

Can the EU go it alone?

Angela Merkel says neither the US nor the UK can be relied upon, so the European Union should plan its own destiny.