The hardline Brexit supporter is taking over as Britain's next prime minister. Not all business owners are impressed.
Economists blame Brexit for low productivity
With President Trump's state visit to the U.K. in full swing, focus turned to future trade talks — and whether the U.K.'s health system would take its turn on the negotiating table.
Lots of pomp, not much progress.
Theresa May admitted defeat in her attempt to take Britain out of the European Union and sparked a contest to become the country’s next prime minister.
Opinion polls suggest the new party is attracting wide support and is appealing to people of different political persuasions.
Rocketing cost projections are scaring off some observers.
In response to anxieties, Paolo Arrigo of Franchi Seeds is selling Brexit "survival kits." They're a hit.
Britain's handling of Brexit is seen as inept and funny by some Germans ... but not all.
British Prime Minister Theresa May still has to agree to the offer.