Brexit to cost billions in income losses across Europe
A new study shows that the British and the Germans would be the worst hit with total annual losses of up to €67 billion. People in the US and China could actually see a rise in incomes after Britain's exit from the EU.
Parliament backs plan to delay Brexit
Theresa May won a rare victory in her Brexit drama with the House of Commons backing her plan to seek a delay to the divorce.
Aston Martin CEO says company, brand tied to U.K. regardless of Brexit
Andy Palmer, chief executive officer at Aston Martin, discusses the high-end luxury automobile industry, Brexit's impact on the brand, building growth in the company and share price, and electric vehicles under the Lagonda brand.
Theresa May can assemble a majority, says U.K. lawmaker Nicky Morgan
U.K. Treasury Select Committee Chair Nicky Morgan discusses Theresa May’s Brexit deal, if she has the numbers in parliament for it to pass and the changes that need to be made to the backstop.
UK Labour leaders hint at second referendum
The UK's Labour party is moving in the "direction" of a new Brexit referendum, deputy party head Tom Watson said as the country prepares to leave the EU. Meanwhile, PM Theresa May delayed a lawmakers' vote on Brexit.
Lord Mayor of London Estlin on Brexit talks, U.K.-Asia collaborations
Peter Estlin, Lord Mayor of the City of London, talks about the Brexit negotiations, and the collaborations between the U.K. and Asian nations. European Union derivatives traders will still be able to settle trillions of dollars of trades in London, even if the U.K.
Fact check: As Brexit looms, how dependent is Ireland on British trade?
The border has dominated Irish thoughts on Brexit. Amid the political tensions, several English voices have called for Ireland's dependence on UK trade to be used as leverage in negotiations. Are they right?