Barclays is beefing up its corporate banking operations in key EU countries ahead of Brexit as the lender looks for ways to serve clients in Europe.
Theresa May has sent a warning to the EU, saying the organisation and the UK remain a "long way apart" in Brexit negotiations.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs minister said negotiations on the Brexit withdrawal deal needed to be ramped up after Theresa May told European leaders Chequers was the only route to a deal.
Austria has urged its European Union partners to enter talks with Egypt to help stem the flow of migrants entering Europe from Africa, amid deep divisions over how to manage the challenge.
Small business confidence has dropped sharply and Scottish businesses are among the most concerned in the UK about a no-deal Brexit, new figures show.
Sterling endured another rollercoaster session on Wednesday, with the British currency jumping after higher than forecast inflation and then plummeting on renewed Brexit fears.
Former Brexit Secretary David Davis is set to brand Theresa May’s Chequers plan for EU withdrawal as a “non-starter”.
Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations will celebrate the ties between Scotland and the continent as the UK prepares to leave the EU, organisers have announced.
Campaigners opposed to Brexit and others against the Government’s favoured approach have called for a “people’s vote”.
The policing response to Brexit should be delivered at UK level while recognising Scotland’s “distinct constitutional arrangements”, police chiefs have agreed.
EU nationals should be subject to the same rules as migrants from the rest of the world after free movement ceases to apply in the UK, according to a Government-commissioned report.
Hardline Brexiteers are ignoring the massive costs of EU withdrawal for the “erotic spasm” of breaking with Brussels, Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable will say.
Armies of robot bricklayers could become a common sight in Brexit Britain as construction firms turn to machines to make up for the loss of skilled labour from mainland Europe.
Brexit has dominated the political agenda since Britain voted to leave but it seems many people still do not know what it is or when it is happening.
The risk of travellers being refused entry to EU countries following a no-deal Brexit unless they have six months validity on their passport is “appalling”, the Scottish Government has said.
Television and media productions made in the United Kingdom will still be classed as “European” after Brexit.
Britain would fall into recession, the pound would collapse and shop prices would rocket in the event of a no-deal Brexit, credit ratings agency Moody’s has warned.
The European Parliament has voted in favour of new copyright rules that could shake up the way internet companies use media, books, music and other content posted online.
MEPs have voted overwhelmingly for action against the Hungarian government for undermining the bloc’s democratic values and rule of law.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has unveiled plans to recruit 10,000 staff to the EU’s coastguard and asylum agency to improving border policing and speed up the deportation of illegal immigrants.
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has said Brussels will work “day and night” to reach a Brexit deal.
A “hard Brexit” could lead to the shutdown of North Sea oil and gas platforms, Oil and Gas UK has warned.
Farming leaders have urged politicians to get behind Theresa May’s Brexit plan for the sake of the agricultural sector.
Leading City and political figures have rounded on the Conservatives over their “disastrous” handling of Brexit, warning that Britain risks ending up with the “worst of leave and the worst of remain”.
Sweden’s prime minister denounced an increasingly popular far-right party as racist and a threat to the nation’s European values on Saturday as political candidates made their final pre-election pitches to voters.
Fund manager Ashmore is set to open an office in Ireland as part of Brexit contingency plans as it seeks to ensure access to EU clients following Britain’s divorce.
EU authorities have cleared Apple’s £300 million takeover of UK music recognition app Shazam.
Sterling jumped on Wednesday afternoon following reports that Britain and Germany are preparing to drop key Brexit demands, paving the way to a deal in the coming months.
Sterling started the week on the back foot on Monday, dragged down by weak manufacturing figures and yet more Brexit uncertainty.
Shares in Dechra Pharmaceuticals plunged on Monday after the veterinary drugs manufacturer warned its contingency planning for a hard Brexit will result in higher costs.
Downing Street has delivered a stinging slapdown to former foreign secretary Boris Johnson, saying he has produced “no new ideas” on Brexit.
Boris Johnson has launched a scathing attack on Theresa May’s Brexit strategy, branding it a “fix” that can only lead to victory for the EU.