"The threat of car tariffs is still on the table," said Eric Schweitzer, president of the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce.
Internal opposition from Conservative Party Parliament members is now sufficient to formally trigger a no-confidence vote in Theresa May.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says Europe has to show it is not "going to be able to continue to provide refuge and support."
Tom Watson, deputy leader of the Labour Party, believes there is evidence Russia attempted to manipulate the Brexit referendum.
A no-deal Brexit could see the U.K. thrust into chaos if Theresa May and the European Union cannot reach an agreement.
"When it comes to the public finances, European migrants contribute substantially more than they cost, easing the tax burden on other taxpayers," said Ian Mulheirn, director of consulting at Oxford Economics.
Up to 50 of pro-Brexit members of Parliament reportedly met Tuesday night to discuss plans for a battle over leadership.
China says it may not give the U.K. a good post-Brexit trade deal.
Falkland Islands trade minister Teslyn Barkman said the British government must implement a "no penguins left behind" strategy.
Conservative MP Anna Soubry said a wave of new Conservative Party members may wish to "topple the leader and wreck its policies."
The U.K. imports thousands of sperm samples from Europe each year, and a no-deal Brexit could see supplies could decrease quantities.
Fifty-three percent of voters surveyed said they would now vote to remain in the European Union compared with 47 percent who wish to leave if they were given a new referendum.
A Power Point presentation reveals further information about potential Russian support for Brexit.
"Of all the countries to get confused with, Japan is probably the worst one."
Investors and economists polled by International Business Times aren't worried about a "hard" Brexit. They foresee some kind of deal or even a return to the embrace of the European Union.
Former White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon took to U.K. radio Sunday in a "call to arms," urging right-wing populists to fight back against so-called "globalist" forces.
The British prime minister shared what the president told her.
"We may be a small country, but we're a great one too," Grant says in "Love Actually."