U.K.'s Johnson assures Brexit backers on May's customs plan
David Merritt, Athanasios Vamvakidis, global head of G10 FX strategy at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, and Michael Sneyd, global head of FX strategy and cross asset strategist at BNP Paribas, discuss comments from Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on securing a Brexit customs union deal.
U.K. Ambassador says U.S. relationship remains 'exceptionally strong'
U.K. Ambassador to the U.S. Kim Darroch discusses the state of relations with the U.S., the business impact of U.S. sanctions against Iran, the latest Brexit developments, and the upcoming royal wedding.
No clear Brexit deal with one year to go
Nina Schick, Rasmussen Global’s director of data and polling, discusses the state of the Brexit deal with one year to go until the U.K officially exits the European Union.
Jaguar Land Rover CEO says modern mobility needs partnerships
Ralf Speth, chief executive officer at Jaguar Land Rover, discusses their partnership with Waymo, electric vehicles, view on tariffs and impact of Brexit.
Brexit: Britain divided
Just last year, Theresa May boldly asserted that the UK was “coming together” on the issue of Brexit. But with just 12 months to go to hash out a deal with the EU, Britain seems ever more divided. So much so, that one columnist has even ironically suggested that the kingdom should split into two separate countries in March next year - Remania for those that want to stay with Brussels, and Brexitland for those keen to cut the ties. Our team went to find out what the electorate wants.
Brexit: Theresa May pressed on future relationship with Europe
Theresa May acknowledged in her speech today that Britain will have less access to EU markets after Brexit. However, she also asked for some special rules to apply to the UK after Brexit. Meanwhile, Brussels says it will not accept cherry-picking.
Ai Weiwei says Brexit a "backward" step for Britain
The Chinese artist shares his opinion on Brexit at the UK premiere of his film "Human Flow."
Can Brexit be stopped?
Studies suggest that some Brits who voted to leave the European Union now regret their decision. As a result, some pro-EU activists and politicians are calling for a second referendum. But how likely is it to happen?