The UK government is set for showdown talks with the EU after unveiling a new bill that will override parts of the divorce deal it signed with the bloc last year - the new bill explained
The prospect of a no-deal Brexit looms again in Britain, stoking fears of a painful double whammy for an economy already on its knees due to the deadly coronavirus outbreak
Johnson's government an "internal market bill" on Wednesday to override the State Aid and Customs readmission agreement provisions for Northern Ireland.
The coronavirus pandemic has led a growing number of people in France and Germany to see China as a top power, with the lead of the United States slipping, a new study shows
Great Britain and the European Union are about to start negotiating a possible post-Brexit trade deal as well as Britain's future relations with the EU, as part of an 11-month transition plan since Britain had exited the European Union on January 31st earlier this year.
Despite the deadlock in post-Brexit EU trade talks and the coronavirus disruption, London still refuses to consider delaying a December deadline -- and the outbreak may even have toughened its stance