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Support for a Norway-style Brexit has increased significantly among the British public, according to new research, which identified a broader shift of voters shifting their support towards a less hard exit deal.
Exclusive: Theresa May could ask the EU to remain in the single market for goods after Brexit, according to reports. However, a source close to the EU's chief negotiator said that proposal will not be accepted in Brussels.
‘A looming crisis’: Brexit poses ‘significant risk’ to personal finances of 36 million people in Europe
TheCityUK said Britain's loss of financial "passporting" after Brexit needs urgent attention. The warning comes as businesses increasingly fret over the UK's lack of preparation for Brexit.
Why Britain could be heading for a 'Brexit in Name Only'
The UK government saw off amendments which would have forced Theresa May to keep Britain in a customs union with the European Union and the single market. More key Brexit votes will take place in the next few weeks.
Former UK Chancellor Alistair Darling says Britain must ignore ‘little Englanders’ and back a soft Brexit
"I've always been in favour of an open trading relationship with Europe, and indeed the rest of the world. I can't see how you could work without a customs union," the former Chancellor of the Excheque told Business Insider in late May.
Exclusive: Senior figures in Brussels have rubbished the Labour Party's policy of a bespoke single market arrangement, a senior official in the European Commission has told BI.
MPs in the House of Commons will today and Wednesday vote on a number of amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill. The ones to look out for are the amendments on customs, the European Economic Area, and a meaningful vote. Here's why.
Conservative MPs who are preparing to vote for Britain to remain in the EEA amendment believe alarm at the state of negotiations could tip the balance in favour of a soft Brexit.
The Norwegian Parliament's chief delegate to EFTA and the EEA has told Business Insider that most MPs in Oslo would support Britain pursuing the so-called Norway option after Brexit.