Britain's minister in charge of Brexit talks warned Sunday that any bid from within the Conservative Party to unseat Prime Minister Theresa May would be "catastrophic" for negotiations. David Davis also said he was "pretty sure" Britain...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, called on Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday to set up a cross-party commission to "draw much of the poison" from the debate over Britain's decision to exit the European Union.
A year on from the UK's Brexit referendum, Prime Minister Theresa May is set to visit Brussels today and outline her government's negotiating position on the future rights of EU citizens living in the UK. As Statista's Niall McCarthy...Show More Summary
EU leaders warned Friday that Britain's plans to protect the rights of European citizens post-Brexit risked leaving them worse off, after Prime Minister Theresa May made what she insisted was a "fair" offer. "My first impression is the...Show More Summary
Bloomberg: EU Says It's Dazed and Confused by Theresa May's Brexit Bumbling. European Union governments say Theresa May’s got a lot of explaining to do. After the British Prime Minister’s calamitous decision to call a snap general election...Show More Summary
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said at the end of an EU summit in Brussels on Friday that proposals from British Prime Minister Theresa May on preserving the rights of EU citizens after Brexit were "not the breakthrough". Speaking at...Show More Summary
Apologies don't necessarily bring 'guilty parties' to account when something goes badly wrong, but they can play an important role in putting things right again. In recent days the Prime Minister, Theresa May, has apologised for the 'failure of the state' to respond effectively to the Grenfell Tower fire tragedy in London. Show More Summary
EU migrants said Friday that far from being "generous", Prime Minister Theresa May's offer for their post-Brexit residency was niggardly and left them prey to the whims of British lawmakers. The offer outlined by the beleaguered May at an EU summit was also condemned by London Mayor Sadiq Khan as woefully insufficient. Show More Summary
Jeremy Corbyn viewed as the "best PM" by voters according to new poll. Prime minister Theresa May previously had leads of up to 39% on this measure. Labour maintains a lead in all post-election polls. Fears of a Labour victory are preventing...Show More Summary
LONDON – Theresa May blocked David Cameron's attempts to unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU citizens living in the UK, following last year's referendum, it has been reported. Cameron, who was prime minister at the time, tried to...Show More Summary
LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May has softened her stance on EU citizens living in the UK, offering to allow the estimated 3 million people currently living in the UK to remain in Britain post-Brexit. The Prime Minister made what she...Show More Summary
The Latest on the London high-rise fire (all times local): 10 a.m. British Prime Minister Theresa May says initial tests on other high-rise buildings after the London fire tragedy have … Click to Continue »
Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May will try Thursday to convince European leaders she can still push through Brexit despite being badly weakened by an election bet that turned sour. The two-day Brussels summit marks the debut of French President Emmanuel Macron, the figurehead of a renewed confidence among the remaining 27 states that Britain’s […]
LONDON (Reuters) - Cladding on a number of British tower blocks has been confirmed as combustible in tests conducted after a deadly fire in west London, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday.
LONDON/BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May will outline on Thursday her approach to the "hugely important issue" of reassuring EU expatriates about their futures in Britain, at a summit that is her first Brexit test since an election sapped her authority.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May apologized on Wednesday for the state's failure to support those people who survived the massive London apartment block fire, and the government secured its first tranche of new homes for displaced residents.
By William James and Elizabeth Piper LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May promised on Wednesday to listen more closely to businesses' concerns about Britain leaving the European Union as she set out a Brexit-focused government program, pared-back to reflect her weakened authority. Show More Summary
Struggling to secure support for a minority government, the prime minister is prioritizing Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.
Prime Minister Theresa May presents her programme to parliament on Wednesday with a focus on Brexit and terrorism, despite suffering an election fiasco that British media said has turned her government into a "zombie". The formal State...Show More Summary