- The New York Times - Mark Landler
LONDON — Barely six months after Britain broke away from the European Union, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is increasingly consumed with trying to stop the breakaway of restive parts of the United Kingdom.
- BBC News - Enda McClafferty
First Minister Arlene Foster says she is "disappointed" by comments from the taoiseach (Irish prime minister). Micheál Martin told the Irish Independent that Britain may get "turned off" by NI and his
- Reuters India - By Guy Faulconbridge and Kate Holton
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top minister overseeing Brexit talks said on Friday he was confident a free trade deal would be clinched with the European Union as there had been a distinct change of tone
- Forbes - Tamara Thiessen
The number of U.K. citizens emigrating to the EU has surged by 30% since Brexit, with Spain and France the leading destinations. Over half of the Brits fleeing for greener pastures in Europe made the to