Brexit costs will be felt soon enough

Britons will get poorer through prices rising more than wages, writes Rupert Pennant-Rea

Brexit: A risky experiment for science

Can the UK craft new policies to keep its lead in research and development?

Scots independence would see deficit rise

Spending to revenue gap would be 9.5% of GDP due to oil decline

Farming’s fate lies with the Treasury

Few sectors are more deeply affected by Brexit than agriculture

UK housing market steady after Brexit vote

Pressures and uncertainty mean outlook remains difficult

Brexit business tracker

Latest update: Sales improve for Persimmon and Swatch

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Big project spending slumps after Brexit vote

PM pressed to use low rates to boost road and rail schemes

Italy warns Brexit delay will hamper EU

Sandro Gozi fears hold-up will stymie reforms sought by Rome amid growing Italian euroscepticism

Dealer says car sales growth has stalled

Lookers sold just 20 more cars since Brexit vote from a year ago

Brexit hits commercial property deals

Business sector nervous but home sales hold steady

Brexit pay boost hopes dashed

Downturn will cancel any increase for those in poorly paid jobs

Johnson deserves to be in charge in UK

The foreign secretary defies lazy stereotypes with his political record, writes James Cleverly

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UK hospital that depends on its EU staff

Shock at the Brexit vote turns to belief that pragmatism will prevail

Bovis Homes sales slip after Brexit vote

Housebuilder says homebuying interest remains ‘resilient’

Glum or glad, Europeans respond to Brexit

Swedes are saddened but Russians welcome Britons’ EU exit vote

Comment & Analysis

Brexit: Three men and a country estate

The foreign secretary is forced to share his retreat with fellow leading Leavers

Trump’s success is not the same as Brexit

Notebook: The populist GOP candidate is far worse than his UK counterpart, writes Sebastian Payne 

Europe could have flexible forms of union

In a world of nearly 200 states, regional orders will be more important, writes Anne-Marie Slaughter

How to make Brexit manageable

The master plan was as clear on the general direction as it was naive about the technical details

Brexit uncertainty justifies a lower rate

There should be an immediate cut and extra measures, writes Gertjan Vlieghe

Brexit forces Ireland to make new friends fast

Dublin’s diplomatic and political clout in parts of the EU is not what it should be

May must now define ‘Brexit means Brexit’

The irony in her list of policy goals is that no item requires leaving the EU

Will Brexit be the end of the City?

FT commentators discuss whether the UK’s financial powerhouse will be fatally weakened

Why leaving will make most people unhappy

If access to the single market is retained, the UK would be subject to all relevant EU regulations

May (and Merkel) should play Brexit long

Unravelling four decades of political and economic integration will be complex and costly