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Ex-PM Cameron slams Johnson over Brexit


Former British prime minister David Cameron launched a blistering attack on the UK's current leader Boris Johnson in extracts of his memoirs published Sunday, accusing him of only backing Brexit to ...

UK PM Johnson: Progress in next few days key to Brexit deal chances


LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday the next few days would be key to his chances of securing a Brexit deal, and that an agreement with the European Union was still ...

Brexit:# UK will reject any delay offer, PM to tell Juncker


The UK is not prepared to postpone Brexit beyond the current 31 October deadline, Boris Johnson is to tell European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker at talks on Monday. The lunchtime meeting ...

Boris Johnson compares Britain to the Incredible Hulk amidst Brexit battle


Using a comic book analogy, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson likened Britain to the big green and routinely angry superhero The Incredible Hulk when discussing his efforts to have the country leave the ...

David Cameron Says Boris Johnson ‘Didn’t Believe’ in Brexit


LONDON — David Cameron, the British prime minister who called the Brexit referendum, says in a new memoir that Boris Johnson, Britain’s leader now, embraced withdrawing from the European Union only ...

What is a clean-break Brexit?


There's been a lot of talk about a "clean break", allowing the country to sort things out once and for all and move on. The Brexit Party says leaving the EU with no deal would produce a clean break - ...

Brexit uncertainty triggers first September fall in house prices since 2010

Rightmove says average price down by £730 as sellers wait to see how Brexit plays out

House prices have fallen in September for the first time since 2010 as Brexit uncertainty continues to cast a long shadow over the UK housing market, according to the estate agent Rightmove.

The UK’s biggest property website said the traditional “autumn bounce” in the market was simply not happening this year. Instead, the average price of newly listed homes fell by 0.2%, or £730, compared with August.

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