Whenever there is news coming out of Britain, it's usually bad news. The Queen recently stated that it is difficult to escape the "very somber mood."
In the UK, it is all about one thing and one thing only: General elections – 8th June. Mark the date. Long story short, both main parties have declared that they are not going to back down from Brexit and we expect them to respect the public wish.
In an unexpected announcement, Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday called for an early general election to be held June 8.
Brexit: With the simple handoff of a letter in Brussels in the early afternoon, the British government became the first country to ever trigger Article 50.
Brexit update: In a long-anticipated speech, British Prime Minister Theresa May called Tuesday for a clean break from the European Union.
Brexit: A senior British court dealt a severe blow to Prime Minister Theresa May's plans to begin the process of exiting the European Union early next year.
Brexit: Anti-racism groups say the 'leave' vote has unleashed a wave of xenophobia that has brought insults, abuse and physical attacks.
It is not surprising that CFOs are watching the presidential election closely, or that they have concerns about the ramifications of Brexit.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has outlined a broad timetable for the country's departure from the European Union. That should bring more clarity about Britain's future, right? Not necessarily.
Brexit: Since Britain voted to exit the 28-member European Union, there's been much debate on its impact on the United States, but not much will change.