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  • In Pics | Scenes of Scotland, as it weighs its future within Britain May 06, 2021 02:42 PM IST

    In Pics | Scenes of Scotland, as it weighs its future within Britain

    A centuries-old union could face its greatest test if a majority in Scotland, which joined voluntarily with England in 1707, thinks now is the time to think again. c.2021 The New York Times Company

  • Boris Johnson to visit India in April, his first major foreign tour post Brexit Mar 16, 2021 09:58 AM IST

    Boris Johnson to visit India in April, his first major foreign tour post Brexit

    The India visit is widely expected to finalise a much-anticipated India-UK Enhanced Trade Partnership (ETP) as a precursor to a free trade agreement (FTA) in the future.

  • The ugly divorce between Britain and Brussels is just getting started Mar 01, 2021 01:22 PM IST

    The ugly divorce between Britain and Brussels is just getting started

    As trade disputes pile up, the blame game evident in the early months of the split suits domestic political needs on both sides.

  • How Amsterdam is stealing a march on rivals as Brexit trading hub Feb 18, 2021 06:36 PM IST

    How Amsterdam is stealing a march on rivals as Brexit trading hub

    Amsterdam has also overtaken London to become Europe's number one corporate listing venue so far this year, data shows, and the leader in euro-denominated interest-rate swaps, a market estimated to be worth about $135 trillion in 2020.

  • Exclusive | India pushes post-Brexit UK for easier visa norms, lower trade barriers Feb 16, 2021 03:07 PM IST

    Exclusive | India pushes post-Brexit UK for easier visa norms, lower trade barriers

    Ahead of Boris Johnson's visit later in 2021, India and the UK are sitting at the negotiation table.

  • European Union tightens COVID-19 vaccine export rules, creates post-Brexit outcry Jan 30, 2021 10:18 AM IST

    European Union tightens COVID-19 vaccine export rules, creates post-Brexit outcry

    Under the post-Brexit deal, EU products should still be able to travel unhindered from the bloc to Northern Ireland.

  • British auto industry risks slow decline after Brexit Jan 27, 2021 02:56 PM IST

    British auto industry risks slow decline after Brexit

    The pact will create more customs paperwork and slow down supply chains, while creating disincentives for global carmakers to continue investing in British factories

  • Scottish nationalists set for record majority, boosting independence push Jan 14, 2021 07:11 PM IST

    Scottish nationalists set for record majority, boosting independence push

    If Scotland voted for independence it would mean the United Kingdom would lose about a third of its landmass and almost a tenth of its population - just as the world's sixth-biggest economy is grappling with the impact of Brexit.

  • Dutch customs seize sandwiches from UK passengers after Brexit Jan 12, 2021 03:06 PM IST

    Dutch customs seize sandwiches from UK passengers after Brexit

    The new post-Brexit rules say that bringing foods that contain meat or dairy into the EU, even for personal use, is forbidden.

  • London's population to drop for first time in 30 years amid COVID-19, Brexit double whammy Jan 08, 2021 01:01 PM IST

    London's population to drop for first time in 30 years amid COVID-19, Brexit double whammy

    With the economic fallout from COVID-19 pandemic and rise in unemployment, London's population could drop to as low as 8.7 million from about 9 million in 2020.

  • Britain ends long Brexit journey with economic break from European Union Jan 01, 2021 07:48 AM IST

    Britain ends long Brexit journey with economic break from European Union

    Britain left the European Union's vast single market for people, goods and services at 11 pm on December 31, 2020 -- completing the biggest single economic change the country has experienced since World War II.

  • For UK's Gibraltar, which way will the Brexit dice roll? Dec 31, 2020 06:45 PM IST

    For UK's Gibraltar, which way will the Brexit dice roll?

    Spanish Foreign Minister Arancha González Laya said on Monday that keeping the issue out of the media spotlight was a sign of determination to find common ground.

  • British PM Johnson's father applying for French citizenship Dec 31, 2020 04:53 PM IST

    British PM Johnson's father applying for French citizenship

    Stanley Johnson, a former member of the European Parliament who voted Remain in Britain’s 2016 referendum, told RTL radio he wanted to become a French citizen because of strong family links to France.

  • Brexit, lockdown and a vaccine: A head-spinning day of change in UK Dec 31, 2020 08:40 AM IST

    Brexit, lockdown and a vaccine: A head-spinning day of change in UK

    For Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the penultimate day of 2020 summed up a year of unending turbulence.

  • UK parliament approves Brexit trade deal as both sides look to future Dec 30, 2020 10:59 PM IST

    UK parliament approves Brexit trade deal as both sides look to future

    Britain and the European Union signed the deal on Wednesday and the British parliament will finalise its implementation, ending over four years of negotiation and safeguarding nearly a $1 trillion of annual trade.

  • With Biden, Britain's Brexiteers lose cheerleader Dec 27, 2020 08:42 PM IST

    With Biden, Britain's Brexiteers lose cheerleader

    Even as trade talks dragged on, Britain reached a deal with Brussels on special arrangements for Northern Ireland -- a sign to observers that Biden's election had already made an impact.

  • French champagne makers toast post-Brexit deal with thirsty Brits Dec 27, 2020 05:45 PM IST

    French champagne makers toast post-Brexit deal with thirsty Brits

    Joseph Perrier, which sells around 20 percent of its 800,000 bottles per year to Britain, does not have the scale to absorb the kind of blow a no-deal would have dealt to its business.

  • Trucker, fisherman, scientist... the voices of Brexit Dec 27, 2020 12:05 PM IST

    Trucker, fisherman, scientist... the voices of Brexit

    With that standstill period coming to an end on December 31, the realities of Brexit will arguably become tangible for both Britons and their counterparts on mainland Europe for the first time.

  • British PM Boris Johnson sold out fish in Brexit trade deal, fishermen say Dec 27, 2020 11:15 AM IST

    British PM Boris Johnson sold out fish in Brexit trade deal, fishermen say

    The United Kingdom will leave the EU's Common Fisheries Policy on December 31, but under the trade deal agreed on Christmas Eve the current rules will remain largely in place during a 5-1/2-year transition period.

  • Britain and EU publish Brexit trade agreement Dec 26, 2020 04:25 PM IST

    Britain and EU publish Brexit trade agreement

    The deal includes a 1,246-page trade agreement, as well as agreements on nuclear energy, exchanging classified information, civil nuclear energy and a series of joint declarations.

  • EU nations start assessing post-Brexit trade deal with UK Dec 25, 2020 05:31 PM IST

    EU nations start assessing post-Brexit trade deal with UK

    The strong show of unity is testament to EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier, who has worked relentlessly to keep all EU nations and the groups within the EU parliament in the loop of developments throughout the torturous negotiations.

  • Brexit is finally done, but it already seems out of date Dec 25, 2020 10:34 AM IST

    Brexit is finally done, but it already seems out of date

    Britain has finalized its divorce, leaving it isolated at a time when the path forward seems more perilous than it once did

  • How UK-EU trade deal will change relations between Britain and Brussels Dec 25, 2020 09:59 AM IST

    How UK-EU trade deal will change relations between Britain and Brussels

    The trade agreement between London and Brussels will offer UK and EU companies preferential access to each other’s markets

  • Explainer: A Brexit trade deal at last - so what? Dec 25, 2020 08:16 AM IST

    Explainer: A Brexit trade deal at last - so what?

    A deal softens the blow of Brexit, though economists warn that leaving the EU's orbit will still hurt the world's sixth-largest economy.

  • Explainer: Brexit trade deal will lessen, but not kill, the economic pain Dec 25, 2020 07:35 AM IST

    Explainer: Brexit trade deal will lessen, but not kill, the economic pain

    Customs rules, regulatory standards and border checks that the EU requires of third countries will apply to Britain, making trade slower and more expensive.

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