The U.K. vote was the first to be held in the winter months since 1974 and the first December election since 1923. At victory celebrations in central London, Boris Johnson told an audience that the country will now leave the EU on January 31, 2020. The result of the election is expected to have a decisive effect on the direction that Brexit takes, three-and-a-half years since the U.K.'s referendum on EU membership. » Read More
By: Silvia Amaro
European leaders have roundly declared that it's now time to get on with Brexit after U.K leader Boris Johnson secured an emphatic win in the country's general election. » Read More
By: Vicky McKeever
CNBC takes a look at headline reaction to the U.K.'s general election results. » Read More
Mahendra Negi of Trend Micro discusses the U.K. election outcome. He says, with more certainty on Brexit, companies can be more confident in making business plans. » Read More
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