As Article 50 is triggered to being the process of the UK leaving the European Union, here's what some people will miss about EU membership, and what some w
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We're live in the House of Commons where PM Theresa May due to trigger Article 50 thus formally beginning UK's departure from the European Union. Giving
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Britain takes a step into the unknown today when it formally serves notice on leaving the European Union. For some it's a day of jubilation, for others a da
Theresa May had signed the letter to trigger Article 50, in which the UK's decision to leave the European Union formally begins. BBC News' Ben Wright ex
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He lost both of his legs and is suffering psychologically from the effects of an ongoing war. Aden, where Emad lives, has witnessed some of the most intense ...
With the UK about to trigger the process for leaving the EU, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has been talking to the BBC's Europe Editor K