The United Kingdom left the European Union on January 31. The world has since been mercifully quiet on the matter, and you’d be forgiven for assuming Brexit was over.
Mark Neville began shooting semi-staged portraits in the French region of Brittany in a funk at Britain’s divisive Brexit referendum. But he emerged somewhere unexpected: a vision of ‘ecotopia’.
The British government has unveiled the country’s new, blue post-Brexit passports, hailing the return of an “iconic” document that became a thorny issue during the UK’s protracted departure from the European Union.
For nearly four years, Brexit has masked the fact that the European Union is in trouble.
The idea that Britain can leave the European Union and maintain frictionless trade with the bloc of 27 countries is officially dead.
Britain will ban sales of new gasoline and diesel cars from 2035 — five years earlier than planned — heaping pressure on an auto industry that is already struggling to cope with a global sales slump and the fallout from Brexit.
Britain and the European Union have taken their first steps toward negotiating a new free trade deal, staking out sharply divergent positions Monday that point to more fraught negotiations and another year of uncertainty for businesses.
Residents of a UK tower block have distanced themselves from a xenophobic poster in their apartment block ordering people in the building to speak English following Brexit.