Britain's pound has plunged to its lowest level in three months after reports that the prime minister is planning to call for a so-called "hard Brexit." But how do Brits feel about the prospect of leaving the single market?
Lonely UK Prime Minister Theresa May has no clothes, a former political rival speaks his mind and the hour of historical revenge finally arrives for the Irish.
We need to talk about David Davis, what the alignment of carrots has to do with Brexit and the mystery of the missing impact assessments. Apparently, Davis may also have a different Brexit bill in mind.
The Bank of England says all seven big UK lenders would be able to keep the show on the road in the event of a major financial crisis. However, uncertainties over Brexit still cloud the entire picture.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May hopes her Brexit talks with European Council President Donald Tusk will yield something to write home about. But what impact could Germany's political vacuum have on any progress?
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