The risk of border gridlock caused by no-deal Brexit has led British manufacturers to ramp up their stockpiling efforts to the highest levels on record. Warehouses are full to the rafters. We visited iconic bicycle brand Brompton in London.
Lawmakers in the UK’s House of Commons have voted against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal. The government had claimed it had secured "legally binding" changes to its withdrawal agreement with the European Union.
As Britain braces for a rocky exit from the European Union, some people are filling up their cupboards to be prepared for the worst case scenarios: food and medicine shortages.
Airbus could move investments out of the UK if there is a no-deal Brexit. Chief Executive Officer Tom Enders called the UK's position a "disgrace" as more firms pull the plug on a UK still stuck in political quagmire.
EU negotiator Michel Barnier has suggested that British Prime Minister Theresa May consider a permanent customs union with the bloc. The arrangement was suggested by the UK opposition Labour Party in a letter to the PM.
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