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.
How London's digital chief plans to lure big tech to the U.K.
London Chief Digital Officer Theo Blackwell talks about luring big tech to the U.K.
May denies accusations of 'Cherry-Picking' on Brexit Deal
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May denies European Union accusations that she is trying to "cherry-pick" beneficial trade terms.
U.K.'s May Seeks Assurances in Meeting With EU's Tusk
Prime Minister Theresa May said there’s a "genuine feeling" that both the EU and the U.K. want to break the deadlock in Brexit talks after meeting EU President Donald Tusk and other leaders for discussions on the financial settlement.
Initial reactions to the U.K. exit polls
Simon Derrick, Bank of New York Mellon Corp. chief currency strategist, and Bloomberg's Mark Cudmore discuss their initial reactions to the exit polls in the U.K.'s general election.
U.K. Conservatives may lose majority in vote: poll
A new poll from YouGov shows conservatives potentially losing their majority when the U.K. votes on June 8, causing a drop in the pound Bloomberg's Emma Ross-Thomas reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Zuma's action sparks South Africa cabinet concerns
South African President Jacob Zuma has recalled Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan from a roadshow meeting with investors in the U.S. and U.K., sparking concern over a potential cabinet reshuffle.
Scottish independence adds new Brexit twist for May
In today's "Morning Must Read," Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene highlight comments on Scottish independence as the U.K. heads towards Brexit.