Labour's Jeremy Corbyn warns the prime minister to be careful, as 'there were no signs of any special relationship in (Trump's) inauguration speech.'
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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 foreign secretary said the U.K. will continue its "joyous exploration of other European culture."
London's future as Europe's financial center is one of the biggest issues in Brexit talks because it is Britain's largest export sector and biggest source of corporate tax revenue.
The British PM's ambitious aim for a unique customs agreement will be difficult to win from the EU.
May has come under fire from investors, businesses and lawmakers for revealing little about the future relationship she will seek when she begins formal divorce talks by the end of March.
Strikes along Southern Railway lines have cost the economy 300 million pounds with no signs of a solution.
No word on whether the prime minister will reveal the government's stance on key issues, such as immigration limits and single-market access.
May's success in the polls comes despite confusion over her planned approach to Brexit negotiations.
Forty-six percent agreed that greater control over immigration was more important.
The deal 18 months in the planning would end 40 years of division.
We know there's a lot we don't know, but we don't know how much it matters.
The selection of Barrow, a 30 year veteran diplomat, could disappoint some Brexit campaigners who would like to see a known eurosceptic in the post.
Rogers says negotiating experience is in "short supply" amid "ill-founded arguments and muddled thinking."
May's spokesman said that Israel had coped for too long with the threat of terrorism and that focusing only on the settlements was not the best way to achieve peace between Jew and Arab.
Prime Minister Theresa May has said that Britain will leave the EU by 2019.
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"She knows what she's doing." Loach tells Newsweek what he thinks about May's attitude to austerity.
If the prime minister wins her appeal, she can invoke Article 50. Lose and Parliament could block Brexit.