Croatian PM meets EC's chief Brexit negotiator

Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic met on Wednesday with the European Commission's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, the government said in a press release.

Scotland's Sturgeon calls Brexit talks with May "deeply frustrating"

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon called talks on Monday with British Prime Minister Theresa May about Britain's plan to leave the European Union "deeply frustrating."

German expert hopes Britain and EU "come to their senses" on Brexit

A German economic expert has called on Britain and the European Union to "come to their senses" and back away from a so-called "hard Brexit" in favour of a more gradual transitional model.

Brexit - opportunity for resetting relations inside EU

Great Britain's decision to leave the European Union has raised many questions and triggered off divisions in the European Union concerning views on its future, and there are no simple answers, it...

Scotland floats draft bill on second independence vote before Brexit

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon launched a draft bill on a second referendum on independence from the United Kingdom on Thursday, saying she wants to protect Scotland's place in the EU...

Pressure mounts on "silent" May ahead of Brexit negotiations

Despite the frosty reception she could receive from some of her counterparts, an EU summit could bring the British prime minister welcome relief from the clouds gathering at home: worrying...

EU lawmaker: EU budget hit by drop in British pound after Brexit vote

The fall in the value of the pound since Britain's June vote to leave the European Union has led to a notable shortfall in London's contributions to the bloc's 2016 budget, the European Parliament...

Scottish leader to float bill on second independence referendum

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Thursday said she plans to publish a draft bill on a second referendum on independence from the United Kingdom next week, promising to preserve a "...

Reports of racism jumped 41 per cent in month after Brexit vote

Police reports of racist offences soared by 41 per cent year-on-year in July, the first full month after Britain's vote to leave the European Union, the government said on Thursday.

May rejects calls for vote as Parliament debates scrutiny of Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday ruled out allowing lawmakers to vote on triggering the Article 50 exit clause to begin formal negotiations to leave the European Union.

President says Croatia to protect its nationals after Brexit

Croatia will do its best to protect the rights and interests of its citizens in Great Britain following that country's decision to leave the EU, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said in...

Report: "Hard" Brexit could cost Britain up to 9.5 per cent of GDP

Britain could lose up to 9.5 per cent of its gross domestic product within 15 years if it leaves the European Union's single market in a "hard" Brexit, The Times quoted a leaked government report...

May meets Danish, Dutch leaders as lawmakers call for Brexit vote

Prime Minister Theresa May met Danish counterpart Lars-Lokke Rasmussen on Monday as she faced growing calls for British lawmakers to be given a vote on her Brexit negotiating strategy.

Anti-Brexit activists erect mock border posts in Ireland

Hundreds of anti-Brexit activists erected six mock border posts between Ireland and Northern Ireland on Saturday to highlight their claim that Northern Irish voters face leaving the European Union...

May sells "new future" with Brexit as opposition slams "doublespeak"

Leaving the European Union will provide an opportunity to "reshape" the nation and "bring power home," British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday.