President of the European Council, Donald Tusk has said he has received ‘promising signals’ that a Brexit Deal is possible
UK debt could climb to almost 90% of national income for the first time since the mid -1960s in the
A new study carried out by researchers in the UK shows that increases in child poverty are significantly associated with
Britain and America have been largely in step on regulating tobacco products since the mid-1960s, when they published their first
In the three-and-a-half years since the Brits voted to leave the Union, the opportunity cost from the Brexit process has
The UK Supreme Court has today ruled the prorogue of UK Parliament on the advice of Prime Minister Boris Johnson,
The Backstop for All Future Backstops: Didn’t the Brits Think of the Irish Border When Voting for Brexit?
The Irish border backstop quagmire is certain to make all EU countries think of their border regions if they are
A return to Michel Barnier's original backstop idea, which keeps only Northern Ireland in the EU customs union, is deemed
British MPs were successful tonight (Tuesday) in winning a vote to take control of parliamentary time tomorrow to pass legislation
With 10 weeks to go to the Brexit deadline on October 31st, the Irish Government is urging businesses to ensure
Trump Seems to Hate the EU. Is It Because He Already Had a George W. Bush Florida Orange Juice Moment?
The United States has had to back down twice in the past 16 years in major trade disputes with the