Theresa May has made it clear that hard or soft, ‘Brexit means Brexit’. But many of her countrymen and women still refuse to accept that. Artists and web designers in Britain’s capital are doing all they can to keep the borders with Europe open.
German companies have demanded that Britain agrees by next week to an interim phase for its exit from the EU. If no deal is reached at an EU summit, firms must begin planning for a worst-case "hard Brexit."
Jeremy Corbyn has laid out Labour's approach to the UK's looming divorce from the EU. Meanwhile, Donald Tusk believes "cake philosophy" is still alive and Britain's Brexit minister has dismissed "Mad Max-style" fears.
This year will decide Britain's future. Will there be a transition period after Brexit? What will the UK's economic relationship with the EU look like? And will all be "smooth and orderly," as Theresa May has promised?
UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Chinese President Xi Jinping held talks to lay the groundwork for trade deals after Britain leaves the EU. Xi used the meeting to win support for his "Belt and Road" initiative.
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