British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday announced that she was going for a hard (or hardish) Brexit. What she wants, she said, is “a bold and ambitious Free Trade Agreement with the European Union. This agreement should allow for the freest possible trade in goods and services between Britain and the EU’s member states. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday outlined her Brexit blueprint, stressing the need for good relations with the European Union but also warning that the bloc would suffer if no deal were reached. May told European partners...Show More Summary
A speech by British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday answered the biggest outstanding question about the United Kingdom's impending departure from the European Union: It will not try to stay in the bloc's single market.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Wednesday welcomed the "clarity" provided by British Prime Minister Theresa May's speech laying out her plans for Brexit. After talks with Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni in Berlin, the leader...Show More Summary
British nationals living in France and other European countries have urged UK Prime Minister Theresa May to make a speedy and "magnanimous gesture" to help secure their futures.
Could it be you? With British Prime Minister Theresa May's announcement that the UK is to pursue a hard exit from the European Union., skilled negotiators are going to be needed in abundance and Britain has a dearth of professionals qualified for the task.
The Scottish first minister called the British prime minister's plan for a hard Brexit, 'economically catastrophic.'
Gold prices hit new 8-week highs at $1218 per ounce on Tuesday as world stock markets fell for the second day but the British Pound surged as UK prime minister Theresa May said Britain "cannot possibly" stay within the European...
British Prime Minister Theresa May outlines her country's plan to leave the European Union.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has confirmed that the Gulf countries are hoping to sign a free trade deal with the UK, in a major speech outlining the core principles the UK will adopt in its
The British prime minister said in a speech on Tuesday that she plans for the United Kingdom to walk away from the European Union's single market and unified court system.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday laid out her Brexit priorities and negotiating aims for the first time during a keynote speech in London. Here are the key points. SINGLE MARKET: May spelled out that Britain will have to leave the European Union's single market in order to restrict immigration from the EU. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister Theresa May has made it clear : the UK will make a clean break from the European Union and leave its single market of some 500 million people. In her most direct remarks since the June 23 vote, May says Britain must regain control of its laws and...
In a highly anticipated speech, Theresa May calls on the bloc to negotiate a free-trade deal to benefit both sides.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's long-anticipated speech on Tuesday offered the clearest indication yet of the country's departure plans: A clean break. Here's the full transcript of her speech. A little over 6 months ago, the British people voted for change. They voted to shape a brighter future for our country. They voted to leave […]
LONDON — On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May officially set Britain on course for a "hard Brexit." May said she would take Britain out of the single market in order to have full control over immigration from the EU. It was...Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May says U.K. will leave EU bloc's single market, but try to negotiate "greatest possible access to it"
The British government is "improvising" its handling of Brexit, France's finance minister said Tuesday, as Prime Minister Theresa May prepared to give a major speech on the issue.
LONDON - The British pound is unexpectedly rising on Tuesday morning, ahead of Prime Minister Theresa May's first major speech outlining the kind of Brexit the government will pursue once it triggers Article 50. In a note circulatedShow More Summary
The British government said Prime Minister Theresa May will announce that London wants a clean break with the European Union