In the two years since Article 50 was triggered, the long, arduous process that is Brexit has been whittled down to one complicated term: the backstop. What is it and why is it holding things up?
UK Prime Minister Theresa May's EU divorce deal is in trouble after two cabinet ministers and two junior ministers quit on Thursday. The resignations came as EU chief Donald Tusk called a summit for November 25 to ratify the draft agreement.
With a Brexit agreement finally in sight what are next steps?
The British cabinet is meeting to consider the draft withdrawal agreement after Britain struck a draft divorce deal with the European Union, but hardline Brexiteer MPs warn they will seek to block it in parliament.
Britain’s Brexit Minister Dominic Raab raced to Brussels to meet the EU’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier amid growing pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May from her Conservative Party and DUP allies in Northern Ireland.
David Davis says he's not willing to be "a reluctant conscript" to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plans, who, he says, is handing too much power to the European Union.
During the transition phase, the UK will no longer participate in EU decisions but will still be part of the single market and customs union until December 2020.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is planning to give a major speech to clarify what Britain wants from the EU after and during Brexit.
Britain's parliament and not Prime Minister Theresa May's government will now have the final say on the UK's divorce from the European Union.
The EU says their working lunch with British PM Theresa May in Brussels is the “absolute deadline” for progress on Brexit deal, or else it will be unable to approve the opening of talks on a future trade relationship at a summit on December 15.
The EU parliament motion came despite a speech by May in Florence last month offering concessions, especially on the Brexit bill, and calling for a two-year transition period after Brexit to ease the impact on citizens and businesses.
Although both entities made significant progress, top negotiators said it was not enough to move on to the next stage of negotiations.
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