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May expects tough talks; EU alarmed at Brexit 'illusions'

By William James and Alastair Macdonald LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May expects divorce talks with the European Union to be tough, she said on Sunday after EU leaders agreed stiff terms and voiced alarm at "illusions" in London that may wreck a deal. Show More Summary

General election 2017: Theresa May refuses to rule out tax hikes ahead of Conservative manifesto publication

LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May will not make "specific proposals" ruling out tax rises in the run-up to the general election on June 8. May said in an interview on the BBC's The Andrew Marr Show said she would not promise to not...Show More Summary

UK PM May braces for difficult Brexit talks after EU adopts tough stance

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday divorce talks with the European Union would be difficult, responding to the tough stance taken by EU leaders over the upcoming Brexit negotiations.

May's refusal to debate Corbyn could damage the Tories' enormous lead

LONDON — Pollster John Curtice says Theresa May's refusal to debate opposition leaders could damage the Tories' lead in the polls if it becomes part of a wider narrative of unstable or flip-flopping leadership. The prime minister has...Show More Summary

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Bloomberg: EU Throws Down Brexit Gauntlet to Britain as Talks Edge Closer. European Union leaders threw down the gauntlet to the U.K. ahead of Brexit talks, listing demands Prime Minister Theresa May must satisfy before they will discuss the sweeping trade deal she wants and urging her to be more realistic in her expectations. Show More Summary

The Absurdity of Theresa May

British politics has long had an absurd streak, and in this regard we should commend the Prime Minister for preserving this fine tradition. Consider these exhibits from the last week of general election campaigning: Theresa May visits a factory. Show More Summary

European Union leaders — minus Britain — gather ahead of 'Brexit' negotiations to plot their moves

Heads of state from 27 European Union countries — all except British Prime Minister Theresa May — put on a display of unity Saturday ahead of negotiations over Britain’s divorce from the bloc, colloquially known as “Brexit.” Gathered in a meeting room at the European Council headquarters in Brussels,...

UK PM May's Conservatives hold 11 point lead over Labour: ORB poll

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative party holds an 11 point lead over the Labour opposition, a poll by ORB for the Sunday Telegraph said, showing a tighter race ahead of June's election than other pollsters.

Merkel, May draw Brexit battle lines

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Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday accused the other 27 EU countries of lining up to oppose Britain over Brexit after Germany's Angela Merkel said the UK should have no "illusions" over the exit process. Speaking to parliament ahead...Show More Summary

British PM May's Conservatives see lead slip to 17 points: Opinium poll

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May's governing Conservative party has a 17 point lead over Labour, an Opinium poll showed on Saturday, slightly down from last week as support for smaller parties slipped.

European Leaders Gather Without May, but With ‘Brexit’ on Their Minds

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The European Union leaders gathered in Brussels without Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain to finalize their negotiating strategy as the end British membership looms.

London terrorism suspect was on Gaza flotilla ship in 2010: sources

LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A man arrested on suspicion of planning a terrorist act on Thursday, carrying knives near Prime Minister Theresa May's office, was on a ship raided by Israeli soldiers in 2010, sources familiar with the investigation have told Reuters.

UK 'steadfast' on N.Korea, May tells Japan's Abe

British Prime Minister Theresa May assured Japanese Premier Shinzo Abe on Friday that the UK remains "steadfast" in its condemnation of North Korea as the two met at her country residence of Chequers. "As we meet today, North Korea continues to take provocative action in the Asia-Pacific region," May said during a joint news conference. Show More Summary

UK's May to Japan's Abe: investors will like post-Brexit UK

Prime Minister Theresa May has told Japan's leader that she is determined to keep Britain "the best place in Europe" to run a business once the country leaves the European … Click to Continue »

The British Foreign Office remains true to type

The British Prime Minister, Theresa May, appears to be a genuine supporter of Israel. In which case she needs to address the fact that her Foreign Office is not. The Palestinians have been demanding that the British government apologise...Show More Summary

State opening of British parliament to be held on June 19 -PM May's spokesman

LONDON (Reuters) - Queen Elizabeth will formally open a new session of Britain's parliament on June 19 after an early election on June 8, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday.

Theresa May Is Cruising Toward Re-Election

Jacob Bojesson Politics, A done deal?  British Prime Minister Theresa May’s popularity has reached historic levels as Conservatives are cruising toward a landslide victory in the general election June 8. May called a snap general election...Show More Summary

Tony Blair: Theresa May will win the general election

LONDON — Theresa May is on course to win the general election, former Labour prime minister Tony Blair said on Thursday. Speaking to Sky News in an interview aired today, Blair said that if the polls are correct: "we know who is going to be prime minister on June 9 – that’s not the issue. Show More Summary

British PM's Conservatives hold 16-point lead in YouGov poll: The Times

(Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party held a 16-point lead over Labour ahead of a general election on June 8, according to YouGov poll for the Times on Wednesday.

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