EU Referendum

EU referendum

The EU referendum was a once in a lifetime opportunity to shape Britain's future, inside or outside the European Union. It's caused a lot of divisions, but now that the result is known, it's time to make it work.

Brexit comes with vast possibilities and opportunities, and MoneyWeek can help you navigate them and find out how to make it work for your money.

With Brexit retreating even further into the long grass, the UK looks cheap

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So back goes the Brexit deadline once again, says John Stepek. It just goes to show that British stocks are undeniably good value.

May seeks a compromise on Brexit

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The PM turns her back on the eurosceptics and reaches out to Jeremy Corbyn. Emily Hohler reports.

The trouble with a customs union

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A customs union sounds like a nice idea in theory, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But in reality, it’s a terrible one.

Brexit: still on course, all things considered

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Despite the overwhelmingly remain-leaning sentiments of the House of Commons, Brexit is proceeding relatively well, says Merryn Somerset Webb.

The latest Brexit twist means a long delay seems ever more likely

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The speaker of the House of Commons has thrown a spanner in the works of Brexit that will prolong the process even further. John Stepek looks at the risks to your money.

May’s deal gets defeated again

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The prime minister’s EU withdrawal agreement is now dead. Or is it? Emily Hohler reports.

Brexit: a very European fudge

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Unless something very surprising indeed happens, Brexit is likely to be a massive fudge of the sort that always envelopes any negotiation involving the EU.

For all the noise on Brexit, nothing important has changed

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There’s a lot of talk of Brexit chaos and pandemonium, but little has actually changed. Markets seem unbothered by what might happen – and the same should go for you, says John Stepek.

What Theresa May’s new deal means for your money

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The prime minister has returned from her hurried trip to Strasbourg, clutching more paper. Will it be enough to get her deal through parliament and what does it mean for your money? John Stepek explains.

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