A newly-discovered oilfield in the Norwegian part of the North Sea is on track to produce almost 0.5% of global oil supplies next year, despite calls for it to immediately stop producing crude altogether.

Willem Marx reports from London on UK’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decisive election victory.

The result of the election is expected to have a decisive effect on the direction that Brexit takes, three-and-a-half years since the U.K.’s referendum on EU membership.

Willem Marx reports why ride-sharing company Uber has lost its license across the pond in London which is raising questions about the company’s future in its most lucrative European market.

Uber was stripped of its license to operate in London on Monday by the city’s transport regulator, which cited a “pattern of failures” that “placed passenger safety and security at risk.

Impossible Foods filed an application in the European Union that hints it is looking to make inroads in that market and expand outside the U.S. and Asia.

Willem Marx is in London for us and gives us the latest twist in the Brexit drama.

U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been prevented from holding a key vote on the Brexit withdrawal deal he recently agreed with Brussels.

Rahel Solomon reports on how tariffs on European goods such as specialty foods will impact your grocery bills.

Willem Marx reports from Brussels on the tentative deal between the United Kingdom and the European Union.

Negotiators from the U.K. and EU reached a draft Brexit deal in 11th-hour talks Thursday, although there are serious doubts that the agreement will be approved by U.K. lawmakers back in Westminster.

The odds of the UK making an orderly exit from the European Union have improved and that has lifted sentiment. Willem Marx has more for us from London.

The British pound rose sharply on Thursday after positive comments on Brexit from the leaders of the Republic of Ireland and the U.K.

Willem Marx reports on the increasing tense talks between the United Kingdom and the European Union regarding Brexit.

Ireland’s Data Protection Commission has concluded investigations into Facebook’s WhatsApp and Twitter over possible breaches of EU data privacy rules, a spokesperson for the agency revealed to CNBC Monday.