= Britain’s Prime Minister Winston Churchill asked President Dwight Eisenhower to suppress a British royal’s desire for peace with Adolf Hitler, newly published papers reveal. A secret memo sent from Churchill to Eisenhower in 1953, now published under British transparency rules, details the...
LONDON — Theresa May is now more unpopular than any other former British prime minister at this stage in their premiership, according to a new opinion poll released today. The Ipsos Mori /Evening Standard poll finds that May has a net...Show More Summary
Britain's National Archives have released records showing then Prime Minister Winston Churchill's attempts to cover up a Nazi plot to collaborate with members of the British royal family. The elaborate … Click to Continue »
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May will chair the first meeting of a new business council on Thursday to discuss Brexit and the economy, an attempt to better consult with companies that are concerned over Britain's departure from the European Union.
UK politicsRead more British election coverageTHERESA MAY, Britain’s prime minister, called a surprise election for June 8th arguing that she needed a strong mandate for negotiating Brexit.
Malfunctioning Dalek and British Prime Minister Theresa May, fresh off of securing the support of the far-right Democratic Unionist Party, has reportedly set a timetable for her government's plan to force all porn sites operating in the UK to check the ages of its users. More »
British Prime Minister Theresa May tried to discipline her fractious Cabinet Tuesday after last month's election setback undermined her leadership. Recent days have seen a string of disparaging media stories … Click to Continue »
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May told Conservative Party lawmakers that they should stop backbiting or risk letting Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn into power, Sky News reported.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will remind her cabinet that top level government discussions must remain private, her spokesman said on Monday, responding to a series of reported leaks after recent meetings.
LONDON, July 17 (Reuters) - Former British Open winner Tony Jacklin borrowed a remark made famous by an erstwhile prime minister when he looked ahead to this week's Royal Birkdale major and declared that English golf had "never had it so good".
Donald Trump reportedly told Theresa May he will not make a state visit to the UK until he is guaranteed a "better reception." The US President asked the Prime Minister to prepare a "warm welcome" before he agrees to set a date, it has been claimed.... Show More Summary
President Trump urged British prime minister Theresa May to “fix it” for him to get a warm welcome in Britain, The Sun reports. “The US President made his shameless plea in a private conversation with Theresa May to plan his [...]
Prime Minister Theresa May and Spain's King Felipe did not discuss the future of the British territory of Gibraltar during their bilateral meeting on Thursday, May's spokeswoman said. Felipe said on Wednesday that he was confident Spain...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister Theresa May admitted Thursday she shed "a little tear" after realising her election gamble last month had backfired spectacularly, but denied she had considered quitting. In an interview marking one year in office,...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister Theresa May has avoided the thorny issue of Gibraltar during talks with King Felipe VI of Spain. May's office says she did not bring up the rocky … Click to Continue »
Prime Minister Theresa May faces opposition from the Labour Party and regional governments.
British Prime Minister Theresa May ordered a public inquiry into how contaminated blood was used to treat thousands in the 1970s and '80s, killing 2,400 people
British Prime Minister Theresa May says she has to win a "battle of ideas" in Parliament and the country after losing her majority in last month's election. In a speech … Click to Continue »
LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May has refused to increase wages for British teachers beyond 1%, despite huge pressure from Labour, trade unions, and senior members of her own Conservative Party. The government announced on TuesdayShow More Summary
British Prime Minister Theresa May acknowledged the "reality" of her weakened position Monday by appealing to other parties to help implement Brexit, as she sought to relaunch her year-old premiership. One month after losing her parliamentary...Show More Summary