Leaders celebrate the union's 60th anniversary days before Britain begins the process of leaving the EU.
Future price rises are likely due to import costs, report warns.
Triggering article 50 will begin a two-year period in which the U.K. will negotiate any future relationship with the EU.
Prime minister criticizes Britain's Theresa May for standing in the way of a new independence referendum.
Both had fortuitous routes to power and assumed absolute authority over the matters of the day.
Davis also said his department had not assessed the economic impact of the U.K. leaving the EU with no deal.
The Belarusian leader speaks out against Brexit and nationalists within the EU.
The bill will now be sent to the queen for symbolic approval which could be granted as early as Tuesday morning, leaving May ready to start a two-year negotiation period.
Sturgeon said it was unlikely Scotland could get what it wanted from Brexit talks within the U.K.
PM Theresa May still needs laws passed to allow her to formally notify the EU of the UK's intention to leave.
The Russian delegation had suspended their involvement after disagreements following Moscow's annexation of Crimea in 2014.
The uncertainty that harms economies the most will only get worse in the months to come.
'There are politicians in Westminster who think Brexit and all of this is some kind of game. It's not a game,' Sturgeon said.
Poland is an example of a state that receives large amounts from Brussels but has not accepted any refugees under the EU's relocation scheme.
The Brexit vote had been expected to deliver a quick and heavy blow to the economy.
The amended bill now demands that Britain's parliament has to approve any exit deal before it is debated by the European Parliament.
"The Empire is dead, let it go folks," one critic tweeted.