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The Road to Brexit

From Reuters Graphics Brexit and the City Ever since Britain voted to leave the European Union there has been more debate about the future of London's large financial services industry than any other sector of the economy. So far there are signs of a slowdown, but there are no indications yet of a transformative decline. VIEW INTERACTIVE › Related Coverage:

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Commentary: Brexit reinvents the Dunkirk myth

“Darkest Hour,” the film portraying Winston Churchill as he takes the helm in a country teetering on the edge of submission to Nazi Germany, has been nominated for six Oscars, including for best leading actor and picture. The movie plays to a deep national sentiment that Britain can snatch victory from the jaws of defeat, portraying the ignominious evacuation of British forces at Dunkirk in 1940 as a triumph. In fact, the real takeaway is precisely the opposite.

Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Damian Green sits as Prime Minister Theresa...

Commentary: Britain’s mess extends beyond Brexit

Great Britain – ever ready to boast stable politics and a faultless, often-called “Rolls Royce” civil service – is in a mess. Between scandals over sex, secret meetings, political donors and the royal family, the government is melting down.

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May faces embarrassing Brexit defeat in upper house

Britain's upper house of parliament is expected to inflict an embarrassing defeat on Theresa May's government on Wednesday, challenging her refusal to remain in a customs union with the European Union after Brexit.

MPs, celebrities call for 'people's vote' on Brexit

MPs, celebrities and business leaders launched a campaign on Sunday to call for a vote on any final Brexit deal, stepping up a campaign to try to stop what they describe as Britain's damaging departure from the European Union.

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