For months now, Brits have been arguing about the effects of the country’s break from the EU. The pro-Brexit camp said the currency plunge would be great for British exporters. Opponents warned of coming inflation.
As Prime Minister Theresa May enters the second phase of Brexit negotiations, a poll commissioned by UK daily The Independent shows that more than half of Britons want to remain in the European Union.
A UK paper has found that 50 percent of Brits would support another vote on the final terms of a Brexit deal. The poll comes ahead of Monday's crunch meeting between UK PM Theresa May and the EU's Jean-Claude Juncker.
Ireland's prime minister says Britain must offer a plan for keeping the Irish border open after Brexit. According to a UK parliamentary committee, Brexit would be impossible to reconcile with an open border.
British advocates of Brexit have slammed the UK's postal service following reports that it will not produce a stamp marking the country's exit from the EU. Some MPs said they'd push Royal Mail to reverse its decision.
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