As British Prime Minister Theresa May announces March 29 as the day she will trigger Article 50, officially kick-starting the process for the UK to leave the European Union, EU nationals living in Britain are seriously worried about their future status as they grapple with complex British residency rules – which often results in rejection.
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May says she will outline more details of her Brexit strategy in the coming weeks, but denies that she faces a “binary choice” between controlling immigration and getting “a good trade deal” for the UK.
British luxury brand Burberry celebrates 160th anniversary with a film about its founder.
Britain’s pound has fallen again on fears over a so-called “hard” Brexit, dropping below $1.27 for the first time since June 1985. And the UK’s key services sector PMI has also fallen slightly, with financial services in particular bracing for fallout. Hayley Platt reports.
Conservative parliamentarian and prominent Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson says little about the fall of his political ambitions following a last minute snub by his biggest ally, Justice Secretary Michael Gove, who decided to run for the leadership of the party himself.
A ten-week countdown to the UK Brexit referendum begins with the launch of the official campaigns by both sides in the debate. As Julian Satterthwaite reports, it comes amid more warnings on what it could all mean for the UK economy and financial sector. Continue reading
British Prime Minister David Cameron and the European Council President Donald Tusk agree to 24 hours of further discussion on Britain’s European Union renegotiation after failing to reach a deal.
Opinions are divided as an Oxford University college announces that it will keep a statue of 19th century colonialist Cecil Rhodes on display.
Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal odds on to be next Premier League manager to be sacked after another dire performance at home, understands why fans booed team off
Tata Steel, the biggest steelmaker in Britain, is expected to axe more than 1,000 jobs, on top of the 1,170 cuts it announced last year, due to low steel prices.