UK turns from EU to US in 'new age' - EUobserver

Theresa May, the first foreign leader to visit the US after Donald Trump's election, will tell a Republican Party event in Philadelphia on Thursday (26 January) that his presidency and Brexit mark the dawn of a “new age”. “As we end our membership of ...

Brexit needs to go through Parliament. What happens next? - Macleans.ca

A British Supreme Court ruling says Parliament must decide if the U.K. will split from the EU. Cue the raging politicians. Leah McLaren. January 25, 2017. Twitter · Facebook · Google+ Share · LinkedIn · Reddit · Email. Boris Johnson leaves 10 Downing ...

Paradox of EU regulation - Financial Times

On one thing Britain's business community can surely agree. Regulation, red tape and the rest are bad for business. Whatever the other consequences, bad or good, of departure from the EU, Brexit must surely be an opportunity to roll back the ...

Brexit: Theresa May promises White Paper on EU exit plan - BBC News

Theresa May has announced the government will set out its Brexit plans in a formal policy document. During Prime Minister's Questions, she said she recognised an "appetite" for a White Paper on her "bold" proposals for negotiations with the EU. A ...

Scotland's trade with UK rises to £50bn - BBC News

Scotland's trade with the rest of the UK continues to be worth four times more than its exports to the EU, according to Scottish government figures. The latest Export Statistics Scotland data showed the country sold £49.8bn to the rest of the UK in ...

Supreme Court of Britain Insists That Brexit Vote Goes Through Parliament - New York Sun

Americans tired of presidential end runs around Congress will sympathize with the Supreme Court ruling out of London that Her Majesty's Government cannot act alone but must pass legislation in Parliament before triggering Brexit negotiations to leave ...

So, who is Gina Miller, what exactly is driving her and what is the truth of her claims? - Daily Mail

Born into a land-owning family in Guyana, the daughter of the attorney general, Miller, now 51, says she first took an interest in challenging the Brexit process after discussing with a lawyer her belief that the Prime Minister was not allowed under ...