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  • Brexit

    Britain prepares to launch Brexit

    Britain is to take an unprecedented step into the unknown with the first formal move towards leaving the European Union, starting a two-year process that has already divided the country.

  • Premier League stars tackle weak pound

    The Premier League's star imports are demanding huge pay rises as clubs' TV revenues rocket, Chinese teams entice them with mega wages -- and the pound slumps ahead of Brexit.

  • 'BREXIT' means uncertainty

    On June 23, the UK electorate surprised itself by voting 52 percent: 48 percent to leave the EU, after 40 years of membership. Warnings of experts of economic damage had been defeated by populist emotion.

  • Brexit heightens global economic risks, says G20

    The UK's vote to leave the European Union adds to risks for the global economy, finance chiefs say at the G20 summit in China.

  • Leadsom withdraws from UK leadership race

    Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom abruptly withdraws from the contest to succeed David Cameron as Britain's prime minister.

  • UK rejects petition calling for 2nd EU referendum

    The British government rejects an online petition signed by 4.1 million people calling for a new referendum on whether to leave the European Union.

  • May v Leadsom to be next UK PM

    Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom are to battle it out to become the next leader of the Conservative Party after Michael Gove is eliminated from the contest.

  • Germans reveal why they still 'Love UK'

    German paper Zeit Online decides to cheer the Brits up a bit and show they were still appreciated by asking its readers to list things they like about the UK.

  • Southgate ruled out

    Bookmakers' favourite Gareth Southgate was on Thursday reportedly ruled out of taking over as Roy Hodgson's successor as England manager.

  • England's 'brittle' football psyche exposed again

    In attempting to unpick England's Euro 2016 humiliation by Iceland, captain Wayne Rooney and outgoing manager Roy Hodgson touch upon a common theme: mental readiness.