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CNBC's Wilfred Frost takes a look back on the United Kingdom vote that sparked the reorganization of European politics and shook up British leadership.
BOE policymakers that are pushing for a rate hike have been wrong for the past eight years and there's no sign of them getting it right no, HSBC's global head of foreign exchange strategy told CNBC.
Alex Greer, research officer at Open Europe, discusses his broadly optimistic view on the initial Brexit negotiation talks.
CNBC's Willem Marx updates from Brussels on the opening tone of divorce talks between the U.K. and the European Union.
With Friday marking the one year anniversary of the UK's vote on its EU membership, CNBC looks back at some of the big moments since then.
British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to reporters in Brussels about EU citizens’ rights, ahead of the second day of the EU Summit.
Regulators are starting to acknowledge the nature of the social media beast and its impact on democracy.
Theresa May offered fellow EU leaders a "fair" deal on Thursday for compatriots living in Britain after Brexit, though her peers sounded skeptical and demanded more detail.
Former Portuguese Minister for Europe Bruno Macaes talks about the direction of Brexit going forward, with comment on the negotiations timeframe and British political parties.
Sammi Shen, Shanghai Nord Engine Asset Management, says her firm is keeping an eye on Brexit talks before deciding whether to make the move to Europe.
It's been one year since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in a referendum.
Sue Jong, Juwai.com, says interest from Chinese buyers for property in the United Kingdom is 20 percent higher now compared to a year ago.
From a stock perspective, the export sector could perform well owing to a weaker currency and no tariffs, says Wayne Bowers from Northern Trust AM.
President Donald Trump will nominate National Football League team owner Woody Johnson as U.S. ambassador to Britain
London tests show at least seven other buildings have combustible panels, like the ones believed to contribute to the recent deadly fire.
Despite having carved out a career in Chinese real estate, some of property magnate Zhang Xin's most formative years were spent far west of the Middle Kingdom.
Leaving the EU in 2019 without a transition period could have chaotic consequences for the U.K., says Sarah Hewin, Standard Chartered Bank.
King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia of Spain are set to be welcomed to the U.K. in July but there was no mention of Trump in the Queen's Speech.
Trump's state visit to Britain appears to have been postponed, as the announcement was omitted from the Queen's Speech on Wednesday.
Prince Philip has been admitted to hospital with an infection but he remains in good spirits, Buckingham Palace said.