A hard Brexit has passed on! It is no more! It has ceased to be. It's expired and gone to meet its maker!
The notion the UK would be allowed to cherry-pick from the EU's rules was always pie in the sky.
EU leadership is determined to present a united front as Theresa May seeks deals for Britain.
The City's banks realized before the public that Britain was heading for a hard Brexit—and they will be looking to recoup their losses.
The British PM's ambitious aim for a unique customs agreement will be difficult to win from the EU.
No word on whether the prime minister will reveal the government's stance on key issues, such as immigration limits and single-market access.
Scottish government will table plans this week.
The first minister promised a bill allowing for a new vote and strongly suggested she would use it in a 'hard Brexit.'
Johnson conceded that a Brexit deal could take longer than two years to make.
Leaked papers show hits to tax revenues and GDP if Britain leaves the single market.
Speaking to Sky News, Joseph Muscat said that "Most of my colleagues want a fair deal for both the UK and Europe."
'Germany has always looked across the Channel with some envy,' an editorial says.