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(L-R) Secretary of State for Defence Liam Fox, British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond, British foreign secretary Boris Johnson

Brexiters and Remainers in Cabinet Go to War over ‘Transition’ Period

The fragile truce established between Remainers and Brexit supporters has shattered in a matter of days, as the Foreign Secretary and International Trade Secretary prepare to oppose the lengthy “transition deal” agreed by Brexit Secretary David Davis under pressure from Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond.

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Britain Seeks Post-Brexit Trade Deal with Mexico

MEXICO CITY (AFP) – Britain’s trade minister Liam Fox met with Mexican counterparts Thursday to lay the foundations for a post-Brexit trade deal, part of a global diplomatic offensive to smooth its departure from the European Union.

Prime Minister Theresa May Hosts Talks With DUP Leader Arlene Foster

Remainer Hammond Draws Up Plans for Soft Brexit

Britain’s Chancellor Phillip Hammond is drafting detailed plans for a “soft Brexit” whereby Britain will retain associate membership of the single market, foregoing the opportunity to forge her own bilateral trade deals. Under his bespoke plans, Mr Hammond hopes Britain

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox Visits Manchester

Britain, New Zealand Agree to Start Regular Trade Talks

(REUTERS) – Britain and New Zealand agreed on Monday to set up regular trade policy talks to help push for greater global trade liberalisation and reform as Britain leaves the European Union, trade minister Liam Fox said.

British Prime Minister Theresa May Meets Scotland's First Minister

WATCH: Sturgeon Claims She Can Veto Brexit As Cabinet Rift Opens

The Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon has claimed that she has a veto on when Britain leaves the European Union. The claim will fuel a growing clash between Prime Minister Theresa May and her cabinet over the timetable for Britain’s

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Brexit Boost: Australia And U.S. Seek Free Trade Deals With UK

The British government has already begun preparatory work for trade deals with America and Australia set to be worth billions of pounds, less than a month after the British people voted to leave the European Union. Britain’s new Secretary of