Prime Minister Boris Johnson, whose support for Brexit helped push the country out of the EU, said it was “an amazing moment for this country.”
The monarch's formal approval of the bill marks the last step of Britain's yearslong process to secure a trade deal with the European Union.
The U.K. and the EU avoided the catastrophic trade disruptions and job losses that "no deal" almost certainly would have caused.
Hundreds of thousands of jobs hang in the balance as the European Union and the U.K. seek to agree on a last-ditch post-Brexit trade deal.
The relationship between the prime minister and Dominic Cummings has been forged in victory after improbable victory, but now Johnson is facing an open revolt from his party.
Community leaders fear impact of coronavirus and Brexit will make Britain a less attractive prospect for skilled workers.
Expect the introduction of blue passports, a new 50p Brexit coin and the end of hearing about lengthy EU summits.
On the eve of one of the most significant events in EU history, the political eruptions have ceased and an uneasy quiet reigns.
Nigel Farage described the vote as “the point of no return."
There has been a fundamental change and realignment of British politics and political identity, and the country has shifted in a way that I do not recognize.