Security is at the forefront of the UK elections. But the economy is also playing a large roll. It's looking more and more unlikely that it won't be affected by the UK's decision to leave the European Union.
British MPs rejected a plan to strengthen parliament's power to intervene if no divorce deal is reached with Brussels. A rebellion by pro-EU MPs was averted after they were promised a "meaningful vote" on the outcome.
Dutch judges have rejected a bid by British expats seeking to take a landmark case on their rights as EU citizens after Brexit. The court ruled that the claims were "too vague" to be considered by Luxembourg judges.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is likely to hike spending on the National Health Service by €5 billion a year, funded in part by a "Brexit dividend." But as her political options narrow, many see May’s move as gesturing.
Theresa’s magic money tree, broken promises and the boomerang, preaching Brexit and sucking at the teat in Europe: Two years after the referendum, smoke and mirrors still obscure the Brexit view.
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