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A year away from Brexit, Britons' views remain as entrenched as ever

A year away from Brexit, Britons' views remain as entrenched as ever

Leaning over the counter of his seafood stall in the English seaside town of Great Yarmouth, Darran Nichols-George says those still moaning about the British vote to leave the European Union need to stop complaining.

Unilever drops London for post-Brexit Dutch HQ

Unilever drops London for post-Brexit Dutch HQ

Anglo-Dutch consumer giant Unilever on Thursday chose The Netherlands over London to host its headquarters, dealing a blow to Britain's efforts to keep multinational companies onside following Brexit.

Lawyer raises 67,000 euros online to aid expats' Brexit case

Lawyer raises 67,000 euros online to aid expats' Brexit case

A lawyer helping British expatriates in a legal battle over their rights as EU citizens after Brexit said Monday more than 67,000 euros was raised in four days to fight an appeal in the case.

Brexit 'clear and imminent threat' to Ireland: Sinn Fein

Brexit 'clear and imminent threat' to Ireland: Sinn Fein

Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald warned Thursday that Brexit was ‘a clear and imminent threat’ to the island of Ireland and was incompatible with Northern Ireland's two decades-old peace accord.

New anti-Brexit party launches in Britain

New anti-Brexit party launches in Britain

A new anti-Brexit centrist political party holds its official launch in London Monday, one of several initiatives by pro-European Union campaigners drawing hope from a perceived shift in the British public's mood.

EU presidency urges Britain to ditch Brexit

EU presidency urges Britain to ditch Brexit

Bulgaria, which holds the presidency of the EU, on Thursday warned of poor progress in Brexit talks and told Britain it was still not too late to abandon its plan to quit the bloc.

NATO chief warns EU over defence pact

NATO chief warns EU over defence pact

NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg on Tuesday warned the EU its new defence cooperation pact must not undermine the alliance, as US officials voiced fresh concerns about the flagship initiative.

May eyes 'golden era' with China as Brexit looms

May eyes 'golden era' with China as Brexit looms

China and Britain touted their ‘golden era’ of relations on Wednesday as Prime Minister Theresa May visited Beijing to strengthen her country's global trade links ...

EU 'hearts still open' to Brexit reversal

EU 'hearts still open' to Brexit reversal

European Union leaders love-bombed Britain on Tuesday, holding the door open for it to change its mind about ending its four-decade membership of the bloc next year.

Brexit could cost Britain about 500,000 jobs: London mayor

Brexit could cost Britain about 500,000 jobs: London mayor

Britain could lose almost 500,000 jobs and £50bn ($67.41bn) investment over the next 12 years if it fails to agree a trade deal with the European Union, according a report commissioned by London Mayor Sadiq Khan.

UK PM's attempt to reassert authority branded a shambles

UK PM's attempt to reassert authority branded a shambles

Theresa May's leadership team shake-up, designed to restore her authority and address divisions over Brexit, was branded a shambles after one minister quit and media reported another had refused to move jobs.

British government set for reshuffle on Monday

British government set for reshuffle on Monday

Britain's government is to undergo a reshuffle on Monday as Prime Minister Theresa May looks to reassert her authority following a string of high-profile departures, according to MPs.