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Brexit talks 'very positive,’ but issues remain: May
British Prime Minister Theresa May has said Brexit negotiations with European Council President Donald Tusk have been "very positive," but that there are still outstanding issues on the divorce settlement and the border with EU member Ireland.
UK growth forecast cut by finance minister as Brexit nears
The British finance minister has slashed the country’s economic growth forecast, saying it is expected to grow more slowly than previously thought.
UK commits billions to 'industries of future' to ward off Brexit shocks
UK Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday announced £4 billion of spending on research and development and regional growth strategies, setting out plans to help the economy grow after Brexit.
Ireland threatens to block progress of Brexit talks over border issue
Ireland has warned Britain that it will block progress of the Brexit negotiations with the European Union (EU) in December unless the UK gives a formal written guarantee that there will be no hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
EU Brexit chief preparing for 'possible' failure
EU Brexit chief Michel Barnier said Sunday that he is making contingency plans for the "possible" failure of divorce talks with Britain, which he has given two weeks to reach preliminary agreement on key issues.
EU cuts UK growth outlook due to Brexit 'uncertainty'
The European Union has slashed UK’s economic growth forecast for this year and said the slowdown would continue through 2019 as uncertainties over Britain’s planned exit from the EU weigh on the economy.
Brexit brain drain: Professionals wave goodbye, head to Europe
After 22 years in Britain, Anna Bea Götz packed up her life and moved back to Germany.
No deal' Brexit could add £930 a year to UK shopping bills
Households face increases of up to £930 in their annual shopping bills if Britain walks away from Brexit talks without a trade deal, according to new research that reveals a disproportionate impact on poorer families and the unemployed.
Brexit’s impact on UK food supply may be dramatic
The UK faces serious health implications if the government fails to agree a Brexit deal, found a report that said of 35 portions of fruit and vegetables, a figure relating to the five-a-day recommendation for individuals, just one ‘portion’ is grown in the UK and picked by British or non-EU workers.
Bank of England believes Brexit could cost 75,000 finance jobs
The Bank of England believes that up to 75,000 jobs could be lost in financial services following Britain's departure from the European Union.
'Bregret' on the rise in UK 16 months on from Brexit: Poll
Sixteen months after a majority of voters decided the only way for the United Kingdom is to leave the European Union, a new poll says the number of those who regret the vote has risen to its highest level.
Brexit: EU bank may not fully repay UK until 2054
Billions of euros of British taxpayers' money could remain locked into an EU bank for more than thirty years after Brexit, the UK has been warned.
EU’s Tusk says ‘up to London’ how Brexit ends
EU President Donald Tusk said on Tuesday that the outcome of fraught Brexit talks was “up to London” and that abandoning the EU divorce remained an option for the UK.
Brexit fears are holding back manufacturing investment
Britain’s manufacturers are putting the brakes on investment plans as uncertainty over Brexit makes them more reluctant to spend money on new factories and machinery, a report reveals, The Guardian reported.
More Britons support no-deal Brexit: Poll
More than a third of British voters say they would support leaving the European Union without striking any deals with the bloc, a new poll has found.

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