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Boris Johnson confident on Brexit as no deal Brexit fears grow in EU
As UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, expresses confidence that the UK will leave the European Union by 31 October, fear continues to grow of an impending no-deal Brexit and the havoc it may lay on the economies of the 27-nation bloc.
Brexit vexes UK farmers amid US interference in agriculture
More economic strife threatens the future of UK agriculture, as nearly half of British farms could fail after a no-deal Brexit, and the US seeks to impose its own food standards on British farmers as part of any trade deal between the two nations.
No-deal Brexit will be stopped: Ex-minister
Parliament will block a no-deal Brexit if unelected people behind Prime Minister Boris Johnson try to wrench Britain out of the European Union on Oct. 31 without agreement, former finance minister Philip Hammond said on Wednesday.
Britons have spent £4b stockpiling goods in case of no-deal Brexit
Britons have spent £4 billion stockpiling goods in preparation for a possible no-deal Brexit, new research suggested.
UK economy shrinks for first time since 2012 as Brexit bites
The British economy shrank in the second quarter of the year for the first time in six and a half years largely because Brexit uncertainties weighed heavily on business investment, official figures showed on Friday.
EU preparing for no-deal Brexit on its own terms
Two days after the Brexit Secretary’s incendiary article in the Mail on Sunday, European Union leaders have initiated their own political and diplomatic offensive against Britain’s new Tory government.
UK firms that export only to EU 'unprepared' for no-deal Brexit
Most firms that export only to the EU do not have the paperwork they need to carry on their business after a no-deal Brexit, government figures suggest.
Britain: EU must change its negotiating terms for Brexit
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, must go back to the bloc's leaders to change the terms of the talks because Britain's parliament will not accept the current deal, British Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay said on Sunday.
For Ireland companies, pain of no-deal Brexit is starting to hit home
Ireland’s biggest companies are getting a taste of the pain that could come from the UK crashing out of the European Union without a deal.
Many UK companies taking their chances with no-deal Brexit
When a potential cliff-edge Brexit loomed last spring, Albion Stone Plc stockpiled equipment and materials as a precaution against disruptions. Not this time around.
Johnson tries to reassure Britons on Brexit as pound slumps
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was visiting Wales on Tuesday as part of a national tour intended to reassure Britons that his hard-Brexit push won’t hurt the economy and rip apart the UK.
Brexit becoming nightmare business has long feared
Britain is moving closer to the nightmare Brexit scenario businesses have long feared.
British PM Johnson tells EU: Ready to talk Brexit when you shift position
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told EU leaders he will sit down for Brexit talks when they indicate that they are ready to shift position on the divorce deal, otherwise Britain will prepare for leaving without an agreement, his spokeswoman said.
Johnson: Brexit a 'massive economic opportunity'
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday said Brexit was a "massive economic opportunity" but had been treated under his predecessor Theresa May as "an impending adverse weather event."
MPs warn no-deal Brexit would cause 'severe disruption' to economy, jobs
A no-deal Brexit would not be pursued by any ‘responsible" government because of the ‘severe disruption’ it would cause, an influential committee of MPs warned.

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