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Theresa May is 'urgently' looking into reports of a missing British child after Barcelona attack

LONDON — The British police and security services are "urgently" investigating reports of a missing British child following the Barcelona terror attack. The prime minister said she was "looking into" the reports that a child who is a...Show More Summary

Brexit Britain And Trump America: A New "Special Relationship"?

Authored by Henrik Choy via, Can common enemies and threats keep Britain and the United States together for decades to come? British prime minister Theresa May’s narrow victory in the 2017 general election has earned...Show More Summary

Conservative British PM May trashes Trump for not calling out fascists – while refusing to say his name

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World leaders attacked President Donald Trump for “finding equivalence” between fascists and counter-protesters in Charlottesville with conservative British Prime Minister Theresa May leading the way. Speaking with NBC, the British leader blasted Trump — yet avoided his name....

Theresa May hails HMS Queen Elizabeth

The Royal Navy’s new flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth berthed in her home port of Portsmouth early on Wednesday morning and was greeted Prime Minister Theresa May visited the aircraft carrier and hailed it as a symbol of the UK’s maritime might, said a press release from UK Chamber of Shipping.

Dealing With Trump’s Latest Outrages Is Getting Increasingly Awkward for World Leaders

When asked about President Trump’s equivocating response to the racist rallies and violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, last weekend, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that there is “no equivalence between thoseShow More Summary

British PM says 'no equivalence' in US clashes

Far-right views should always be condemned and there could be no equivalence with opponents of fascism, British Prime Minister Theresa May said Wednesday in comments that implicitly criticised US President Donald Trump. In the Virginia...Show More Summary

Theresa May fails to condemn Donald Trump's response to far-right violence in Charlottesville

LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May has today avoided criticising US President Donald Trump for his response to violent white-nationalist violence in Charlottesville, Virginia at the weekend. President Trump said on Tuesday that "there...Show More Summary

Britain's May to lead business delegation to Japan

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will visit Japan this month for talks with her Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe to discuss Brexit, trade and defense, her office said on Tuesday.

Voters sense betrayal in Britain's Brexit heartlands

CHATHAM, England (Reuters) - There is a whiff of betrayal in the air across Britain's Brexit heartlands where many impatient voters fear Prime Minister Theresa May is going soft on implementing last year's decision to leave the European Union.

Theresa May's Brexit plans are allegedly being 'rushed through' without proper scrutiny

LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May returns from her holiday on Monday facing concern from ministers and civil servants that Brexit legislation is being "rushed through" without proper scrutiny, according to reports. The doubts haveShow More Summary

Theresa May condemns 'racism, hatred and violence' in Virginia

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Theresa May has condemned the violence which erupted in Virginia between white-supremacist groups and counter-protesters, leaving three people dead. In a tweet from the Prime Minister’s official Twitter account, Ms May said: “Our thoughts and prayers are with #Charlottesville. Show More Summary

'My country must come before my party': One of the Tory party's most anti-Brexit MPs threatens to quit

LONDON — Anna Soubry, a former Conservative minister and one of the party's most anti-Brexit MPs has threatened to quit the Tories if Prime Minister Theresa May "sides with the hardliners" in the party over leaving the EU. Writing for...Show More Summary

Brexit opponent says two senior UK ministers sympathetic to his plans

LONDON (Reuters) - An influential former British government adviser who has called for a new political movement to block Brexit said on Friday that two senior members of Prime Minister Theresa May's government were sympathetic to his plans.

Brexit negotiations have not begun well for UK, says former top diplomat

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's negotiations over leaving the European Union have not begun well due to disagreements among Prime Minister Theresa May's team of ministers about the kind of deal they should be seeking, a former top British diplomat said.

Theresa May faces Tory backlash over reports that Britain will pay the EU a £36 billion Brexit bill

LONDON — Prime Minister Theresa May faces a backlash from Conservative MPs after reports that the government is prepared to pay £36 billion ( €40 billion) in financial obligations to the European Union as part of Brexit. The government...Show More Summary

Poll shows 61 percent of British voters disapprove of May's handling of Brexit talks

LONDON (Reuters) - An ORB opinion poll published on Monday showed that 61 percent of British voters disapprove of Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of the Brexit negotiations.

'You're Fired!' British Apprentice Host Says Prime Minister Theresa May Would Be Booted Off the Show

Alan Sugar, who presents the British version of the program, said the U.K.'s Brexit negotiating team should have more business people.

Melania Trump Has Found a Go-To Power Look - and It All Starts With This Dress

For many women in the public eye, it helps to develop a trustworthy, flattering uniform, or at the very least, a power color. Ladies like the Duchess of Cambridge and British Prime Minister Theresa May keep it simple, Kate sticking to coat dresses more often than not and Theresa May opting for fitted skirt suits. Show More Summary

UK PM's office says free movement from EU will end in 2019

Prime Minister Theresa May's office says free movement to Britain from European Union countries will end when the U.K. leaves the bloc in March 2019, but it's uncertain what migration … Click to Continue »

Theresa May insists freedom of movement will not continue 'as it is now' after Brexit

The prime minister insists that free movement of people will end in 2019. Theresa May's spokesman slaps down suggestions from Hammond that current rules could continue after Brexit. Chancellor had insisted that "literally nobody" wants...Show More Summary

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