BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will meet European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and his chief Brexit negotiator in Brussels on Monday, Dec. 4, the EU executive confirmed on Thursday.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - When Theresa May visits Brussels on Friday, EU negotiators will be listening intently for signs the British prime minister is preparing to risk a domestic backlash and raise her offer to secure a Brexit deal in December.
After Sinn Fein held their meeting with Theresa May this afternoon, Gerry Adams diverted from the apparent failure to make progress on restoring Stormont with a genuine issue: a potential amnesty from prosecution for security force members who served in the Troubles is to be floated by the British government. The Irish News carries the fullest more...
Blue Planet II | Charles Manson | Smoking in French films | Theresa May at church | Driverless government As a sufferer of hyperacusis (extreme sensitivity to loud noise) I was anxious about watching Blue Planet II, following complaints about invasively loud music (Letters, 17 November). Show More Summary
Theresa May's cabinet agrees to increase Brexit divorce bill offer to £40 billion. The prime minister has won the backing of pro-Brexit ministers such as Boris Johnson. EU withdrawal bill returns to Parliament with the government under...Show More Summary
Philip May is Theresa May's closest advisor and political ally but gets little media attention. The prime minister has been married to her husband since 1980, after they met at the University of Oxford. The one-time Oxford Union president...Show More Summary
Labour has called on Philip May to explain his role at a company named in the Paradise Papers. A Downing Street spokesperson told Business Insider that the Mays have assets in a blind trust. Blind trusts are shrouded in mystery and do...Show More Summary
Authored by Paul Wallace, op-ed via Reuters.com, Few British budgets have mattered as much as the one that Philip Hammond will deliver to the House of Commons on Nov. 22. The chancellor of the exchequer must shore up Theresa May’s perilously shaky government ahead of a vital Brexit summit of European leaders in mid-December. Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May met with senior members of her ministerial team on Monday to discuss their response to European Union demands for more detail on how much Britain is willing to pay as part of its Brexit divorce package.
Whilst it appears that an agreement has been concluded between the White House and Aramco for Aramco to be floated on Wall Street rather than Riyadh, the United Kingdom has put another offer on the table. Theresa May has proposed a secured loan of 2 billion dollars to the oil giant if it floats in the City [of London]. Show More Summary
LONDON — Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, celebrated 70 years of marriage on Monday, the longest union of any monarch in British history. British Prime Minister Theresa May was one of many to jump on social media to congratulate the royal couple. “They have devoted their lives to the service of […]
Theresa May's policy chief steps down in the latest blow for the prime minister. George Freeman had been a repeated thorn in May's side in recent months. He has resigned from the chairmanship of May's policy board in order to work on...Show More Summary
Theresa’s May’s government is poised to concede an improved Brexit settlement offer to gain EU approval to move the negotiations on to the next stage. May reportedly has the backing of senior ministers ahead of a critical cabinet meeting on Monday afternoon. Show More Summary
The EU's chief Brexit negotiator says Brussels has priorities other than Britain when it comes to trade. The EU will not "wait" for Britain to strike a new free trade deal, Michel Barnier said in a speech. Barnier told Brexiteers toShow More Summary
Pro-Brexit ministers are expected to back Theresa May's plan to offer a £40 billion financial settlement to the European Union. The PM hopes £40 billion will be enough to break the deadlock in Brexit talks. Britain is facing the prospect...Show More Summary
Group tells Theresa May health system has been failing patients and call for public sector pay cap for NHS workers to be lifted Ninety MPs including several senior Tories have urged Theresa May to launch a cross-party convention on the future of the NHS and social care in England. Show More Summary