UK economy slowed since Brexit referendum in 2016 - Diplomatic spat threatens business ties with Russia
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has called the EU-Brexit deal a "diplomatic work of art," while UK Prime Minister Theresa May is ready to fight for it back home. Bernd Riegert reports from Brussels.
The European Court of Justice has ruled that the UK could reverse Brexit without consulting other EU states. The ruling came a day before an expected vote on the deal in parliament, which now may be postponed.
A government report says Britain risks severely damaging its economy if lawmakers fail to approve a proposed Brexit deal. Staying in the European Union would be a far better option, the UK's treasury chief argued.
Britain and the US have agreed to an Open Skies aviation agreement to govern air travel between the countries. The deal is aimed at allaying fears that flights could be grounded in the event of a disorderly Brexit.
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