Britain risks huge disruptions to its economy and society, including trade, transport, health care and citizens' rights, if it leaves the European Union next March without a deal. That's the conclusion of a new report on the short-term risks of a so-called 'no-deal Brexit.' The report comes as lawmakers return to London after a six-week summer break to face growing uncertainty over Britain's future relations with the EU. Henry Ridgwell reports from London.
Argentina will have to wait at least until second half of September to find out whether International Monetary Fund will agree to early release of a credit line under a $50 billion backup financing arrangement approved earlier this year, economy minister says