We’re Frank Langfitt, an international correspondent for NPR currently based in London, and Sam Alwyine-Mosely, a London-based radio producer who works with Frank. Ask us anything about Brexit.
Update: We are both signing off for the day. Thank you for all your questions.
Frank arrived in London in June 2016. A week later, Britain voted to leave the European Union. The two of us have been covering developments in this ongoing story ever since. You can find all of Frank’s NPR coverage here. Follow Frank on Twitter and Instagram and Sam on Twitter.
The latest: Prime Minister Theresa May is racing to get a deal for the U.K. to leave the EU without her government turning against her. The European Union OK’d the draft deal, but it faces a hostile U.K. Parliament, where British politicians are united in their hatred for the tentative agreement. May is expected to present the deal to Parliament in mid-December.