Shinzo Abe has told his Brirish counterpart, Theresa May, the whole world wants to avoid a no-deal Brexit.
The British Prime Minister's deal with Europe is doomed in Parliament, and that may leave no option but a fresh referendum.
- by Gwynne Dyer
Prime Minister Theresa May brought her little-loved EU divorce agreement back to lawmakers who appear determined to thwart her plans.
- by Jill Lawless
Britain is leaving the EU and calling on its old friends from Down Under to keep up the fight against Big Tobacco.
- by Latika Bourke
Some protesters wrap themselves in the EU flag and noisily interrupt politicians' TV appearances. On the pro-Brexit side, they yell "Nazi" and "traitor".
- by Kylie MacLellan
The $25m post-Brexit ferry contract is part of a $178m scheme to provide backup freight cover in case of a no-deal Brexit.
- by Jonathan Saul
Netherland's leaders fear that the best efforts of a nation that loves to be prepared may not be enough to safeguard against the mess of Brexit.
- by Michael Birnbaum
British MPs are scheduled to resume debate on the Brexit deal this week but Theresa May is reported to be considering postponing a vote again.
- by David Hughes
The evidence has been piling up since 2016 that voters in Britain and the United States were grossly misinformed.
- by Crispin Hull
Most Conservatives prefer leaving with no deal to the plan negotiated by Theresa May.
- by Ellen Barry