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Stay on top of the latest Brexit news so you won’t miss a beat as the United Kingdom and the European Union prepare to separate and then implement those decisions. Learn about the effects on regulations, large industries, employment, immigration and the way these changes will impact how you go about your everyday life.

Currency Analysts expect the British pound sterling to continue falling next to the euro as a result of U.K. manufacturing performance and the risk of a no-deal Brexit.
Theresa May: "UK can’t risk exclusion from the E.U.’s Galileo satellite navigation system’s core development"

British Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged £92 million toward a sovereign UK satellite navigation system in a play to pressure the EU to give the UK full access to Galileo.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May is greeted by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa in Cape Town, South Africa. Image: REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Cape Town speech on Tuesday included a promise to invest £4 billion into African economies post-Brexit.
Valdis Dombrovskis: "U.K. should not take its access to the (EU) market for granted". Image: REUTERS/Costas Baltas

EU financial services chief Valdis Dombrovskis has cautioned the UK that access to the single market may not be easy as it will be tightening oversight over equivalence regulations.
Housekeeping, one of service section works in decline - Image:REUTERS

The UK services sector is shrinking for the first time since 2010, representing a contraction in the sector representing three quarters of the British economy.
A range of various cheeses on sale in an Aldi store in London

EU farmers co-op, Arla, commissioned an LSE Consulting study showing certain dairy products such as yoghurt, cheese, butter, and infant formula may become “occasional luxuries” after Brexit.
A guests hold a report published by Britains Treasury on the economic impact of Brexit

The UK Government’s Brexit white paper has proved so controversial that both Britain’s Brexit and Foreign secretaries resigned last week, but what could it mean for the British economy?
Britains Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Dominic Raab leaves Downing Street in Westminster London

Brexit Secretary David Davis resigned on Sunday night, followed by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who resigned on Monday as Dominic Raab replaced Davis.
lassic Red Austin Mini motor car parked on Felixstowe seafront promenade

Thousands of jobs and a decade of growth in the motor industry are being jeopardised by an absence of government clarity on the UK's Brexit arrangements.
Britains Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the Confederation of British Industrys (CBI) annual conference in London

Leaders of UK and EU unions and businesses are calling for improved negotiation pace and results from the British government and European Commission.