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Tory MPs' hard Brexit letter to May described as ransom note
More than 60 backbench Conservative MPs have sent Theresa May a list of hard Brexit demands ahead of a crunch meeting, triggering a furious reaction from colleagues who branded the letter a “ransom note”.
Japan says won't continue 'unprofitable' trade with UK after Brexit
Japan's ambassador to London says Brexit is a high stakes issue and warns that Japanese companies will not be able to stay in Britain if trade obstacles after Brexit made them unprofitable.
EU’s Barnier warns UK post-Brexit transition ‘not a given’
A post-Brexit transition is "not a given", Michel Barnier warned Britain on Friday, saying London had "substantial" objections to the European Union's offer and that parts of it were not up for negotiation.
Brexit ‘policy paralysis’ harming UK armed forces: Expert
Britain’s pending divorce from the European Union (EU) is already taking its toll on the country’s armed forces, warns a leading British military specialist.
Brexit hit to UK food prices  pushes up spending in January
Britain's shoppers carried on spending more on food in January, reflecting the rise in inflation since the Brexit vote, while they again cut back on non-essential purchases, a survey showed on Tuesday.
Will Brexit jump-start Iran-UK trade?
Many foreign companies returned to Iran’s largely untapped market after the signing of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) in July 2015. The landmark deal took effect six months later, and lifted international sanctions in exchange for restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program. The deal has helped bring economic benefits for Iran, including the opening up of the chance to attract foreign direct investment.
May says will give parliament 'appropriate analysis' before Brexit deal vote
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that lawmakers would be given official analysis on any Brexit deal before they are asked to approve it, dismissing a leaked document showing the economy would be worse off under all exit scenarios.
Leaked report shows UK economy will be worse off after Brexit
A forecast prepared for the British government reportedly said the economy will be worse off after the country leaves the European Union whatever trade deal is struck with the bloc.
Any Brexit deal will hit UK economy - government paper
The UK economy will grow more slowly outside the European Union, no matter what deal is struck with Brussels, a leaked government document suggests.
EU warns Britain it can have no say during Brexit transition
The European Union has warned Britain that it cannot expect to have a say in EU decision-making once it departs from the bloc, including during a two-year transition period starting from 2019 meant to help smooth the exit.
British PM faces pressure over Brexit law
British Prime Minister Theresa May came under further pressure over her Brexit blueprint on Monday, with members of the upper house of parliament saying there were "fundamental flaws" in a law crucial to the departure.
Brexit could leave patients unable to access new drugs
Patients could face long delays obtaining new drugs or be denied access to them altogether as a result of Brexit, a coalition of doctors, UK’s National Health Service (NHS) bosses and pharmaceutical firms warned.
Brexit risks energy shortages and bigger bills, peers warn
Brexit could leave the UK more vulnerable to energy supply shortages and drive up electricity and gas bills by making energy trading less efficient, a House of Lords committee has warned.
Moscovici: 'Door is open' if Britain wants to change mind on Brexit
The "door is open" should Britain want to reverse its 2016 vote to leave the European Union, European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs, Taxation and Customs Pierre Moscovici told French media in an interview on Sunday.
Jobs and growth figures won’t be steady without Brexit deal
Taken at face value the latest employment figures and last year’s GDP growth defied the doomsayers. They were better than the City expected and, for those sitting inside the Treasury, supported the view that Britain’s economy remains, in the finance ministry’s parlance, steady and resilient.

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