British Prime Minister Theresa May will make an eagerly anticipated Brexit speech in Florence on Friday, seeking to unlock stalled negotiations with Brussels as well as quell divisions in her own cabinet. Six months after beginning the...Show More Summary
Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair told Bloomberg he thinks there is a 30% chance that Britain’s decision to quit the European Union will be reversed. Said Blair: “I still have some difficulty seeing how, after the general election which [...]
Canadian Prime Minster Justin Trudeau has declared that Canada will not do business with Boeing, threatening to look elsewhere to supply Canada’s next generation of fighter jets. Speaking at a joint press conference with British Prime...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister Theresa May will hold a special cabinet meeting on the eve of her Brexit speech, a spokesman said Tuesday, as she seeks to bring her ministers in line behind her EU strategy. She called Thursday's meeting after...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - After months of Brexit talks that have made little progress and deepened rifts in her party, British Prime Minister Theresa May will try this week to put the negotiations on track and reassert her authority.
In setting out his own vision for Brexit, Boris Johnson has stirred up colleagues and increased the pressure on British Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of her big speech on Europe later this week. The foreign secretary was accused of...Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May condemned a bombing that took place on a London Underground train as "cowardly."
George Stephanopoulos reports on the London terror attack which happened just before he sat down to interview the British prime minister.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has insisted a long-awaited state visit by Donald Trump will go ahead as planned despite a diplomatic spat triggered by the US president's comments after a terror attack in London. Speaking to ABC News...Show More Summary
Britain’s prime minister rebuked President Trump after he tweeted that "a loser terrorist" responsible for a subway train detonation had been "in the sights" of London’s Metropolitan Police.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson set out his plans for a "glorious" Brexit on Saturday that angered colleagues and reignited speculation he would challenge Prime Minister Theresa May for the leadership of the Conservative party.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has fueled speculation that he hopes to eventually succeed Prime Minister Theresa May, spelling out his Brexit goals days before her major policy speech on … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's suggestion that London police could have done more to prevent Friday's homemade bomb explosion drew a quick rejoinder from British Prime Minister Theresa May, who said it's never helpful "to speculate on what is an ongoing investigation."
Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows: ABC's "This Week" — British Prime Minister Theresa May; national security adviser H.R. McMaster; Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif. ___ NBC's "Meet the … Click to Continue »
After reports came in about an explosion in the London Subway, "El Presidente Cheeto" offered his usual unhelpful and self-serving thoughts. Another attack in London by a loser terrorist.These are sick and demented people who were in the sights of Scotland Yard. Show More Summary
British Prime Minister Theresa May has raised the country's threat level to "critical" from "severe" following today's subway explosion attack at Parsons Green tube station in south-west London. A "critical" level typically means that...Show More Summary
British Prime Minister Theresa May rebuked President Trump’s Twitter rant during a London terror attack.
"I never think it's helpful for anyone to speculate," Prime Minister Theresa May said.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May stressed the importance of an international agreement on Iran's nuclear program to U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Thursday during a brief meeting at her London office.
The former prime minister says he became "obsessed" with the idea as a way of bringing the UK together.