Brexit: What happens next?
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal has been rejected in an overwhelming loss by 230 votes in the UK parliament, so what happens next?
Brexit stockpiling is 'Not necessary,' U.K.'s stride says
Mel Stride, financial secretary to the U.K. Treasury, discusses the next steps following Parliament's rejection of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan and contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit.
Brexit defeat looms for May
There are a growing number of signs that the U.K. Parliament will reject Theresa May's Brexit deal. The prime minister suffered a second defeat in two days, this time losing control of the timetable.
May to reject second Brexit referendum plan
Theresa May has pushed back at the idea of holding a second Brexit referendum. This comes after EU leaders failed to provide any leeway to make her divorce deal more attractive to lawmakers in the U.K.
Theresa May wins Conservative Party confidence vote on Brexit
Theresa May has survived a leadership challenge from hard-line members of her Conservative Party. But the battle over her controversial Brexit deal continues.
May could face no-confidence vote
Theresa May could be on the brink of a vote of no-confidence. There are growing reports that conservative lawmakers could be able to topple the prime minister.
May faces decision day on whether to delay ill-fated Brexit vote
Simon Lewis, chief executive of the Association for Financial Markets in Europe, and William Hobbs, head of investment strategy at Barclays Investment Solutions, discuss the outlook for the parliamentary vote on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal.
May's math problem
Can Theresa May's Brexit bill survive a #meaningfulvote? We did the math - it's not looking good.