The question of the Irish border remains at the centre of Brexit negotiations after an informal summit of EU leaders in Salzburg.
The EU is asking Australia to extend drug company monopolies. This could mean Australians wait longer for access to cheaper, generic medicines.
The Chequers plan might still be the least worst option to secure a Brexit deal.
In an example of the law of unintended consequences, the Copyright Directive is likely to cement the US tech giants' grip, rather than provide space for others to grow.
Trump's plan to slap $200 billion more in tariffs on Chinese goods is premised on yesterday's waste-fueled economy. Tomorrow's economy is 'circular.'
As both beneficiary and victim of EU policies, yellowhammers are apt symbols for Brexit's divisions.
Encouraging people to buy LED bulbs is not a long-term solution. We need lighting which is kind to the planet and our health.
What migration figures really tell us about the movement of people.
The British prime minister's visit to Africa comes amid increased interest by China and France.
From trade to medicines, the UK government's 'just in case' planning is revealing.
Tariffs, border controls and other barriers would kick in and prove costly for both businesses and consumers.
It may come as a shock to discover that businesses are allowed to pay local authorities for advice on environmental health standards and food labelling.
The strict nature, implementation and dramatic social costs of the EU bailouts prompt questions about their effectiveness.
The US tech giants are increasingly in the EU's regulatory crosshairs.
A survey of British Remain supporters living elsewhere in the EU after the referendum found feelings of shame and loss about what they felt their country had become.
The white paper, which outlines Britain's vision for Brexit, does make independent trade deals tricky.
Is the UK's Brexit plan enough to avoid a hard Irish border?
There is historical precedent for suing the EU. But is it a good idea?
Despite promises, it's hard to deny that the UK's standards on agriculture, air pollution, and climate change are under threat.
The British foreign secretary, Francis Osborne, tried to negotiate free trade deals with eight European rivals in the late 18th century. Guess how many bit the dust.