European leaders and Prime Minister Theresa May agree on a short delay to Britain's divorce from the European Union in the hope of ensuring an orderly Brexit.
British PM Theresa May has asked sceptical EU leaders to delay Brexit until June 30 as the UK's political crisis deepened just nine days before the scheduled departure date.
With Prime Minister Theresa May asking her MPs to give her more time for talks with Brussels to renegotiate her Brexit deal, it remains unclear how Britain will leave the European Union. What are the potential next steps in the Brexit negotiations?
Britain is the sixth-biggest export destination for Swiss companies, with 11.4 billion Swiss francs of Swiss goods flowing across the Channel in 2017.
Queen Elizabeth II has emphasised the need for Britons to come together to "seek out the common ground", in what is being viewed as an appeal to overcome bitter divisions over Brexit.
A Qatari-owned property giant has begun a court battle against the European Medicines Agency's bid to break a long-term lease in London because of Brexit.
Hardline Brexiteers are resisting pleas from British PM Theresa May to support her EU withdrawal deal and could try to unseat her to finally realise their vision of Brexit.