UK to exclude Huawei from role in high-speed phone network
Backtracks after US threatened to sever intelligence-sharing arrangement over concerns over equipment allowing China to infiltrate UK networks.
Boris Johnson raises Brexit stakes with Irish open border stance
Will discard EU divorce measure, heightening the prospect of a “no deal” Brexit.
UK PM May makes final push on EU divorce deal
Offers to quit if the deal were approved, in hopes of blunting opposition from Tories who have criticized her leadership.
UK government defiant as Parliament takes control of Brexit [UPDATED]
House of Commons takes control of the parliamentary timetable to vote on alternatives to the withdrawal agreement.
British economy ‘stalling’ amid intensified Brexit worries
Purchasing managers’ survey shows companies increasingly risk averse and eager to reduce overheads.
May wins no-confidence vote, but is still beset by Brexit
Britain’s PM is caught between the rock of her own negotiating red lines and the hard place of a Parliament that wants to force a radical change of course.
UK’s May lobbies EU leaders in fight to save Brexit deal
The main sticking point since the Brexit talks began is how to keep goods flowing seamlessly between EU member Ireland and the U.K’s Northern Ireland after Britain leaves the bloc.
Britain’s May won’t rule out no deal Brexit; bank says firms not ready
Parliament is due to vote Dec. 11 on the divorce deal.
UK’s May battles to save her Brexit deal and her job [UPDATED]
The hard-won agreement has infuriated pro-Brexit members of her divided party.
UK, French in talks to prevent more scallop clashes
Last week, about 35 French boats confronted five British ones over fishing grounds.
A scallop skirmish erupts between French, British boats
Every year sees problems between French and British fishermen over access to lucrative scallops, official says.