'Beginning of wonderful friendship': Boris Johnson signs post-Brexit trade agreement with EU after MPs back deal
The House of Commons voted overwhelmingly by 521-73 to back the deal, despite serious Opposition misgivings, and the bill then passed the House of Lords late Wednesday
Businesses plead for post-Brexit deal as trade talks remain stuck; EU, UK warn citizens to brace for upheaval
A no-deal split would bring overnight tariffs and other barriers that would hurt both sides, although most economists think the smaller British economy would take a greater hit because the UK does almost half of its trade with the EU
The bill aims to override parts of the Brexit deal and enable goods and services to flow freely across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland when the UK leaves the EU on 1 January
'UK govt shaming itself': Two former prime ministers pen op-ed panning Boris Johnson's proposed Brexit legislation
In an article in The Sunday Times, John Major and Tony Blair, who played a crucial role in bringing peace to Northern Ireland, warned that the Internal Market Bill imperils that peace
UK will quit Brexit talks if no deal is reached by 15 October, says Boris Johnson; 8th round of negotiations tomorrow
The key points are European boats’ access to UK fishing waters and a level playing field for competition so British firms can’t undercut the bloc’s environmental or workplace standards
Gold likely to surge up to Rs 42,000 by December-end as geopolitical uncertainties, weak rupee push prices, say analysts
Spot gold prices are likely to bounce back while remaining above the critical support level of $1,458
Brexit delay looms over UK Parliament after British MPs reject Boris Johnson's bid to force new divorce deal, demand more time to debate pact
European Council President Donald Tusk said Tuesday he will recommend EU leaders grant another Brexit extension, hours after British MPs rejected Prime Minister Boris Johnson's bid to force his divorce deal through parliament this week
UK Parliament votes to postpone decision on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, foils govt's plan to leave EU by October end
In a major blow to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, UK lawmakers voted on Saturday to postpone a decision on whether to back his Brexit deal with the European Union.
Sensex jumps 246 points, Nifty above 11,600-mark on sustained buying across sectors; Yes Bank, Maruti among top gainers
Yes Bank was the top gainer in the Sensex pack, rallying up to 8.44%, followed by Maruti, PowerGrid, NTPC, L&T and SBI.
Sensex rallies 453 points to close above 39,000, Nifty tops 11,550-mark; Yes Bank biggest gainer soaring over 15%
Extending its gains for the fifth consecutive session, BSE Sensex rallied 453 points on Thursday
EU, Britain inch closer to Brexit deal ahead of summit today; France, Germany claim negotiations in 'final stretch'
The European Union and Britain inched ever closer to a Brexit deal, with the leaders of France and Germany saying they expected an agreement could be sealed at Thursday's EU summit
EU, Britain fail to each a breakthrough in Brexit talks; discussions likely continue today, claim sources
European Union and British negotiators failed to reach a breakthrough in Brexit talks during a frantic all-night session and will continue seeking a compromise on the eve of Thursday's crucial EU summit
Boris Johnson submits ‘final’ Brexit proposal to EU but reiterates readiness for divorce without deal, seeks to define finer points by 11 Oct
Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday published his "final" Brexit proposals, warning EU leaders that Britain will walk out without a deal on 31 October if they do not accept his terms.
EU lawmakers, UK Supreme Court slam Boris Johnson for failing to negotiate Brexit, call PM 'father of lies'
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused by European Union officials of failing to negotiate seriously and branded the 'father of lies' by a lawyer in the UK Supreme Court
Boris Johnson could be heading 'full-speed' toward no-deal Brexit; EU skeptical after first in-person talks with UK fall through
On a day of commotion and conflicting signals, Johnson pulled out of a news conference because of noisy anti-Brexit demonstrators
Countdown to Brexit: From 2016 referendum to suspension of UK Parliament, here's a timeline of events
The UK parliament was suspended till 14 October last month with the country set to leave the European Union with a no-deal Brexit on 31 October
Britain likely to lose over $16 billion on exports to EU in case of no-deal Brexit, say UN economists
Britain could lose at least $16 billion annually on exports to the European Union if it leaves without a deal and possibly billions more on trade beyond the bloc, UN economists said Tuesday.
British MPs, opposition party leaders write to Boris Johnson, urge him to recall parliament to debate Brexit
'What we need is a government that is prepared to negotiate with the European Union so we don't have a crash-out on the 31st,' said opposition party leader Jeremy Corbyn
Boris Johnson to take over British PM: 'Hey Dude! Don't make it bad', UK media reacts with headline spins on Tory leader's elevation
Britain's incoming prime minister and new Tory leader Boris Johnson prepares to take office this week as reaction flood in about his to-be presidency
In addition to Brexit, Boris Johnson as next UK PM, faces economic uncertainty and geopolitical tangle with Iran
Incoming British Prime Minister Boris Johnson takes power Wednesday with an array of issues looming large: from resolving Brexit amid growing uncertainty to managing an unfolding geo-political crisis with Iran