It's a misnomer to describe this as May vs Corbyn seeing as it's not a head-to-head debate, but it is true that tonight's Battle for Downing Street could settle the question of who-to-vote-for for millions of undecided people. As anyone who's been out canvassing in this campaign will tell you, there are plenty of them about. Show More Summary
Shock poll finds Jeremy Corbyn closing in on Theresa May in the race for Downing Street. Conservative lead down to five points compared to leads of more than 20 points at the start of the campaign. Huge boost in Jeremy Corbyn's ratings...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Hours after the Manchester suicide bombing, British Prime Minister Theresa May stood on the steps of her official Downing Street residence and promised to give police the resources they needed to investigate the attack.
Downing Street refuses to confirm US news reports of attacker's identity. Reports of the attacker's identity, the death toll and the fact that he was a terrorist suicide bomber all made their way into US media before being confirmedShow More Summary
When Theresa May called a snap election on April 18, the general consensus among the Conservative party, and indeed the electorate, was that May would sail back into Downing Street with a comfortable majority and the Labour vote would collapse under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership. Show More Summary
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Mr. Thomas is best known for magisterial works on Spain’s past. He was also an ally of Margaret Thatcher’s during her years at 10 Downing Street.
Law school receives suspicious "powdery substance" and everyone freaks out.
Roman baths and a fake Downing Street.
Niantic, developer of popular augmented reality games Pokémon Go and Ingress, plans to host community events for players in public spaces around the U.S. through a partnership with the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The company announced the project today, with the first event set to kick off this weekend in Charlotte, North Carolina. more…
Theresa May warns of a "deliberately timed [EU campaign] to affect the result of the general election." May's Downing Street speech wins positive headlines in British tabloid press. Yet other EU countries have little or no interest in...Show More Summary
To receive the Brussels Briefing in your inbox every morning, register for a free FT account here and then sign up here. Standing in front of 10 Downing Street, the prime minister thundered that Britain had been “misrepresented” by a perfidious foreign press and that “threats against Britain have been issued by European politicians and officials”. Read more
After visiting The Queen, Theresa May fired the opening shots of the campaign from the steps of Downing Street with what has stunned even some Brexiters. UK PM Theresa May accuses EU politicians and officials of seeking to influence the result of #GE2017https://t.co/6dQPV7H3Wcpic.twitter.com/MT4YiQsVdz — BBC Breaking News (@BBCBreaking) May 3, 2017
Number 10 Downing Street is denying leaked reports in a German newspaper stating that Theresa May is uninformed about the complexities over expat rights in the UK and EU. The article in Frankfurter Allgemeine, written by the paperâ??s political editor and entitled â??The disastrous Brexit dinnerâ??, claimed the meeting was a fiasco which... Expats Blog -
LONDON — EU figures are deliberately trying to swing the general election against the Conservatives, Theresa May has suggested in an extraordinary speech outside Downing Street. The prime minister claimed that European politicians and...Show More Summary
The leak of what took place across the Downing Street dinner table when Theresa May sat down with Jean-Claude Juncker last week was, and is, deeply troubling. In an excruciating, embarrassing account, we learn that not only is the UK...Show More Summary