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Politi-cats Take Over Downing Street as Feline Tensions Escalate

As if Downing Street hasn't got enough on its plate to be dealing with right now, it seems that UK citizens may not be the only ones requiring diplomatic talks post Brexit.

Characteristics of incoming British prime ministers

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NEW residents of Number 10 Downing Street have become younger in the 71 years since Clement Attlee swept to power in 1945. Theresa May, Britain?s incoming prime minister, will buck the trend.

When does Brexit mean Brexit: Could the UK change its mind?

LONDON (Reuters) - Since entering Downing Street as Britain's new prime minister last week, Theresa May has quickly dispelled hopes that the UK might change its mind about leaving the European Union.

Pokemon Go Still No Go in Japan But Government Warns Users About Its Dangers

Pokemon Go outside London's 10 Downing Street. (Photo by Olivia Harris/Getty Images) Japan may be the home of Nintendo’s Pokemon multibillion dollar game and anime franchise, but the latest smash hit Pokemon Go game for the Apple iPhone and Android smartphones is still to be launched here. Yet that hasn’t stopped [...]

John Kerry Visits 10 Downing Street And Imitates A ‘Far Side’ Cartoon (VIDEO)

Like Trump, Obama hires only the best people The post John Kerry Visits 10 Downing Street And Imitates A ‘Far Side’ Cartoon (VIDEO) appeared first on RedState.

Kerry Hit By Downing Street Door, Terrified During Presser With Johnson

In a metaphor that could presage the likely relationship between US Secretary of State John Kerry and his new British counterpart, Boris Johnson, the former had an awkward moment at 10 Downing Street on Monday.

John Kerry accidentally walking into a door is uncomfortably relatable

John Kerry has done a lot of things most of us haven't done — be Secretary of State, run for president, rule the windsurfing scene.  But on Tuesday at 10 Downing Street, he did perhaps the most relatable thing there is to do — he walked straight into a door. Us too, John Kerry. Show More Summary


A week in politics is an eternity these days, but can you remember that speech in front of 10 Downing Street? You know, when Theresa May looked down the barrel of the lens and channelled her inner Ed Miliband? The idea of a fundamentally...Show More Summary

7 things new culture minister Rob Wilson said that will chill the BBC

If culture secretary Karen Bradley is something of an unknown quantity to the BBC, her new junior minister Rob Wilson will be all too familiar to the UK public broadcaster. 10 Downing Street named Wilson as the parliamentary under secretary...Show More Summary

New PM Theresa May's 'Different Conservatism' Poses a Challenge for Labour

Over a quarter of a century on from Mrs Thatcher exiting Downing Street, Britain has its second woman Prime Minister. 59-year-old Theresa May - Eastbourne born and Oxford educated, succeeded David Cameron on Wednesday, less than three weeks after a referendum in which the British people voted to leave the EU.

A Few Early Thoughts on the New Government

As we strive to absorb the true meaning of Mrs May’s reshuffle, please bear in mind that the Foreign Office is nothing like as big a department as it once was, having been dwarfed many years ago by Downing Street’s...

The remarkable failure of David Cameron

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"I was the future once," remarked British Prime Minister David Cameron in the House of Commons, a wistful note on his last day as head of his nation's government. He vacated 10 Downing Street on Wednesday after fast-tracking a resignation that, just months ago, would have seemed almost implausible. Show More Summary

Maggie May? Nope…

As Noah notes, Britain has a new prime minister, Theresa May. She has reached 10 Downing Street by surviving a long time in a ministerial position (Home Secretary) infamous for burying the ambitions of many, and then by playing a cynical and ultimately canny game during the EU referendum and its chaotic aftermath. Show More Summary

Watch: Londoners react to Theresa May and her first cabinet

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Many Londoners and tourists gathered outside Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street on Wednesday to witness a changing of the guard — though not the one on display at Buckingham Palace every day. Theresa May became Britain's prime minister, the second woman to ever hold the post and the 13th PM under Queen Elizabeth II. […]

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