London — The full scale of the damage a no-deal Brexit could cause to the UK was revealed when Boris Johnson’s government published its worst-case scenario — a document called Yellowhammer — it tried to keep secret.
Tokyo — Bond yields climbed and stock markets held steady on Wednesday, as the hope of easing US-China tension and diminished risk of a no-deal Brexit prompted traders to take profit before key central bank meetings.
Beleaguered British Prime Minister Boris Johnson vowed to continue his attempts to strike a new Brexit deal with Brussels, after losing yet another vote on Tuesday during a chaotic parliamentary session.
Bond yields climbed and stock markets held steady on Wednesday, as hopes of easing US-China tensions and diminished risk of a no-deal Brexit prompted traders to take profit before key central bank meetings.
After MPs rejected British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's second bid to call an early election to solve the Brexit impasse, he is left in limbo heading towards a crucial EU summit next month, just days before Britain's scheduled exit.
Brussels — With few options left to Prime Minister Boris Johnson to achieve his goal of taking Britain out of the EU on October 31, officials in Brussels say that he may need to return to the idea of a Northern Ireland-only backstop to get a Brexit deal done.
London — Britain’s workers received their biggest pay rises in more than 11 years in July as the unemployment rate fell back to its lowest since the mid-1970s, even as the country’s political crisis over Brexit deepened.