Brexit is still happening, just not the way May hoped

The recent British Supreme Court ruling will not stop Brexit but it will change how it is approached.

by Simon Usherwood


What will become of EU residents who call the UK home?

There are some three million EU nationals whose futures have been thrown into doubt after Article 50 was triggered.


Theresa May arrives in Saudi Arabia for trade talks

In her first official visit to the kingdom, the UK leader meets officials to discuss trade post-Brexit.


Spain-UK row escalates over Gibraltar and Brexit

Moves by the EU to offer Spain a veto over Gibraltar's future trade relations with the bloc trigger fury in the UK.

Xenophobia Attacks

Teenage asylum seeker brutally attacked in London

Seventeen-year-old refugee suffered 'repeated blows to the head' in an attack police are treating as a hate crime.


Scotland requests second referendum on independence

Scottish Minister Nicola Sturgeon requests independence vote for late 2018 or early 2019 in letter to UK PM Theresa May.

Inside Story

Can Brexit be finished in two years?

EU President Donald Tusk is expected to present his draft Brexit negotiating guidelines on Friday.


Article 50: What will be negotiated?

A look at the key issues that the EU and the UK will be negotiating to finalise the UK's break with the bloc.


British government takes next steps towards Brexit

London to outline immediate plans towards leaving the European Union as EU reacts to the triggering of Article 50.


Uncertainty reigns as the UK triggers Brexit

Article 50 letter hand delivered to European Union by British ambassador, initiating two-year countdown to EU exit.


Is Brexit Britain suffering from an imperial hangover?

Britain's biggest post-Brexit challenge will be dealing with its imperial past.

by Stan Neal


Scottish parliament backs new independence referendum

Motion passed 69 votes to 59 and comes a day before the UK takes the formal step towards Brexit.

Counting the Cost

What is at stake for the EU economies after Brexit?

We examine potential pitfalls and dangers facing business, and the EU itself, on separating UK from the trading bloc.


EU leaders mark 60th anniversary of Rome treaty

Leaders renew Rome treaty vows as they mark the 60th anniversary of EU's founding pact in the Italian capital.


United Kingdom to trigger Brexit on March 29

Theresa May to begin two years of formal negotiations on Britain leaving the European Union at the end of the month.