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Senior UK diplomat in US resigns over government Brexit 'half-truths'
Alexandra Hall Hall, the British diplomat in charge of explaining Brexit to the US government, Congress and public, ended her 33-year foreign service career saying she is no longer prepared to "peddle half-truths" about Brexit on behalf of a government she does not trust.
Ireland scores an upgrade even in face of Brexit risks
Ireland had its credit score boosted on Friday by S&P Global Ratings, which said the nation’s economy should remain competitive and attractive to foreign investors even if its nearest neighbor, the UK, tumbles out of the European Union without an exit agreement.
No-deal Brexit 'would cost UK car industry £40b by 2024'
The British car industry has delivered a bleak warning over the danger of a no-deal Brexit, saying it would devastate UK motor manufacturing at a cost of more than £40 billion in lost production by 2024.
Johnson unveils manifesto for Brexit Britain
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveils his Conservative Party's manifesto on Sunday, pledging to move on from Brexit and austerity in a bid to secure a general election majority.
Labour leader says he will neither campaign for Leave nor Remain
Labour party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has formally adopted a “neutral” stance in the event of a possible second Brexit referendum.
Brexit, strong local job market pull polish workers back home
More Polish workers returned home than left the country for the first time in nearly a decade as concerns over Brexit coupled with a booming local job market and fast-rising wages.
Last general election under First-Past-the-Post?
The UK is set for a very different general election on 12 December, the third one in four years. For many voters, it will be something of a second referendum on Brexit.
Brexit Party’s ultimatum to PM may help Labour’s run in election
The Brexit Party leader’s election ultimatum to the prime minister has enough momentum to place Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn as the next premiere.
Johnson's Brexit deal would cost UK economy £70b
Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal is expected to cost the UK economy as much as £70 billion over the next decade compared with remaining in the EU, according to one of the country’s leading economic think tanks.
Three-month Brexit extension will not necessarily lead to a breakthrough
The European Union’s (EU) decision to grant Britain a three-month Brexit extension has had a mixed reaction.
UK set for third election in four years to try to break Brexit gridlock
Britain looked set Tuesday for a pre-Christmas election after the main opposition Labour Party backed Prime Minister Boris Johnson's push for an early vote to try to overcome the lengthening political deadlock caused by Brexit.
EU agrees to Brexit extension until Jan. 31: Donald Tusk
The European Union agreed on Monday to delay Brexit until Jan.31, said the bloc's chairman, Donald Tusk.
EU approves Brexit extension up to January 31
EU member states on Monday agreed to postpone Britain's divorce from the bloc for up to three months until January 31, with possible off-ramps beforehand.
EU reins in after UK PM gives ultimatum on Brexit
EU officials have put everything on hold after UK PM Boris Johnson threatened to pull his Brexit deal over opposition in the House of Commons.
EU agrees to London’s request for Brexit deadline extension
The European Union agreed on Friday to London’s request for a Brexit deadline extension but set no new departure date, giving Britain’s divided parliament time to decide on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s call for a snap election.

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