Britain’s Government Outlined the Impact of a No-Deal Brexit. It’s Not Pretty.

New York Times

While Prime Minister Boris Johnson has minimized the potential damage of a no-deal Brexit, an internal document describing the government’s contingency plans warns of many of the same dislocations the critics have talked about.

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The prime minister has long turned controversy into opportunity, but his friendship with an American woman carries hints of financial improprieties.

Jeremy Corbyn Faces Brexit Showdown With His Labour Party

New York Times

A full-scale revolt was in the works amid demands for the opposition party to campaign openly against leaving the European Union.

Jeremy Corbyn Faces Brexit Showdown With His Labour Party

New York Times

A full-scale revolt was in the works amid demands for the opposition party to campaign openly against leaving the European Union.

Tour Operator Thomas Cook Collapses

New York Times

The liquidation of the world’s oldest travel company has set in motion what was being described as the biggest peacetime repatriation in British history.

Tour Operator Thomas Cook Collapses, Stranding Hundreds of Thousands

New York Times

The liquidation of the world’s oldest travel company has set in motion what was being described as the biggest peacetime repatriation in British history.