Brexit

Boris Johnson campaigned to become leader of the Conservative Party — and by default, prime minister — on a promise that he would unify his party, and indeed the entire United Kingdom, after years of fractious wrangling over the country’s continued membership of the European Union.

British lawmakers vote to delay in leaving the European Union again. How does this impact the economy both overseas and here in the U.S.? Willem Marx reports from London.

Joining us on the show is Bill Stone, CIO at Avalon Investment & Advisory, to talk about why investors need to care what’s going on across the pond with the Brexit delay.

Across the pond, Boris Johnston will now become the next prime minister for the United Kingdom. Willem Marx has more for us from London.

Boris Johnson, one of the biggest voices in the Brexit movement, won the Conservative Party leadership race on Tuesday and will become the U.K.’s next prime minister.

An executive at Facebook has said that there is “absolutely no evidence” that users of the social network were targeted by Russia in a bid to influence the 2016 Brexit referendum.

President Trump met with outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May in London and one thing that was discussed was trade. Willem Marx reports from London.

In an emotional speech outside 10 Downing Street, Theresa May says she has “done everything” she could to persuade MPs to back the withdrawal agreement she negotiated with the European Union.

Theresa May has failed for a third time to get her “withdrawal deal” approved by U.K. lawmakers.

The U.K. leader has offered her future resignation in an apparent exchange for support of her Brexit deal.

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May hopes it will be a case of third time lucky next week, when the embattled Conservative Party leader brings her Brexit deal to Parliament yet again.

UK Parliament has voted against Theresa May’s latest Brexit deal, leaving an unclear path forward leading up to the March 29 deadline. Willem Marx reports.

Sterling fell sharply against the dollar on Tuesday after Britain’s Attorney General Geoffrey Cox published his opinion on Prime Minister Theresa May’s recently amended Brexit deal.

With the UK scheduled to leave the EU on March 29, parliamentary fighting has become a game of “Chutes & Ladders”. Willem Marx reports.

The UK’s steel industry could be facing more trade restrictions by the end of this month. Willem Marx reports.