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UK fintechs seek 'cure for Brexit' in Lithuania
By Vaidotas Beniusis
Brexiters are waking up to the damage they've done
By Polly Toynbee
Now Brexit has actually happened, will people change their minds about it?
By John Rentoul
Brexit trade deal places Europe back at center of UK politics
By Daniel Boffey
Brexit becomes reality as UK quits EU single market
Britain on Thursday finally severed its turbulent half-century partnership with Europe, quitting the EU single market and customs union to go its own way four-and-a-half years after its shock vote to leave the bloc.
The left must stop mourning Brexit – and start seeing its huge potential
By Larry Elliott
Brexit ends Britons’ right to live and work in EU
By Pan Pylas
Brexit trade deal gets EU green light
The European Union gave the green light on Monday to its post-Brexit trade deal with the UK, clearing the way for it to come into effect in the New Year.
I was one of the millions opposed to Brexit. I’ve seen nothing here to change my mind
By Will Hutton*
No time to rest: EU nations assess Brexit trade deal with UK
By Raf Casert and Pan Pylas
EU, UK clinch narrow Brexit trade deal
The European Union and the United Kingdom struck a trade deal after nine months of protracted negotiations and just days before the year-end deadline.
Frankfurt attracts London banks
Hubertus Vaeth was considered crazy when he launched a Frankfurt initiative to lure banks there after Brexit.
No-deal Brexit nightmare haunting British people, companies
By Hossein Ziaee*
Britain faces a no-deal crash-out: Even ultra-Brexiters said this would be a disaster
By Jonathan Freedland
No Deal Brexit: Why UK does not seem scared by 'worst-case scenario'
By Ekaterina Blinova*
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