"It's a bit like pushing a boulder up a hill," says London store owner Samantha Wallace.
Britain’s high inflation is fueling demands that it consider rejoining the European Union.
The Ukraine war and the impacts of the pandemic sparked a global spike in prices. Britain is grappling with the domestic consequences.
The prime minister pledged to make the use of pounds and ounces official again after Brexit. We checked sentiment at Shrewsbury Market.
The British move to change unilaterally part of its withdrawal deal with the EU could trigger a trade war with the bloc.
President Biden lifted a 25% tariff from European Union steel, but British steelmakers complain that they’re being unfairly penalized.
Small British exporters reflect on their first full year of doing business as non-EU members. How do they feel about Brexit now?
After a strong summer, a London honey seller is dealing with the coronavirus omicron variant and changing trade policy on animal goods.
Fewer EU students in the U.K. may bring some financial benefits to British universities but it raises some political concerns, too.