Wednesday, 17 October 2018 () British Prime Minister Theresa May offered no new ideas to break the deadlock in Brexit negotiations but assured fellow EU leaders at a summit in Brussels on Wednesday that she was working hard on a deal.
According to Reuters, weekend negotiations in Brussels between British and EU officials have not yet produced a final "Brexit deal" for leaders to approve. Some European diplomats following the talks closely have been more optimistic that EU negotiators, saying that by this afternoon, a deal could be...
Sterling rose for a third consecutive day on Wednesday, buoyed by a BBC report that Britain is preparing for a Brexit agreement by the end of November. As David Pollard reports, the pound has benefited..
According to Reuters, Britain and the European Union said that a Brexit deal is close but not yet done due to differences over the Irish border. Britain and the EU both wish to keep the border between..
According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, a senior member of the Northern Irish party which backs Prime Minister Theresa May's government said that the UK is headed towards a no-deal exit from the..
The United Kingdom's Brexit deal with the European Union will be published on Tuesday after the cabinet reviews the deal on Monday, according to a draft... Reuters - Front PageAlso reported by •Reuters India
British Prime Minister Theresa May steps up attempts to court European support for a draft Brexit deal on Thursday as negotiations on securing a smooth divorce... Reuters India - WorldAlso reported by •Business Insider •FXstreet.com
Simon Coveney, Ireland’s deputy prime minister, speaking in Dublin this Thursday, urged caution over the recent optimism that a Brexit deal could be struck in... FXstreet.com - MarketsAlso reported by •Business Insider