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
Prime Minister Theresa May will offer the EU a €20 billion divorce bill in her key Brexit speech. The offer will be made in an attempt to restart progress in stalled Brexit negotiations. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson backs away from...Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May is urging internet companies to block the spread of extremist material, calling on social media giants like Facebook, Twitter and Google to develop technologies that will … Click to Continue »
PM will use a UN forum to claim progress in removing terror-related posts from social media
Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson said he was not going to resign, when questioned on Tuesday following reports that he could quit before the weekend if his Brexit demands were not met by Prime Minister Theresa May. May is due...Show More Summary
Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain is suspending training support for Myanmar's military because of the treatment of the country's Rohingya minority. Britain is among the countries that have urged … Click to Continue »
(Scott Johnson) We frequently link to Weekly Standard articles and editorials in our Picks and posts. Yesterday, for example, we had Dominic Green’s extremely interesting Weekly Standard column “Theresa May’s Indian summer” in our Picks. 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
In confirmation that Theresa May's upcoming Florence speech this Friday is not only what many have called "the most important day for Brexit since the referendum", but also the most opaque, the Telegraph reports that UK Foreign Secretary...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.
LONDON — Theresa May has to unite the Conservatives with her key speech on Brexit this week or face Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister, William Hague has warned. The former foreign secretary said that there will be "no point" discussing...Show More Summary
LONDON — Boris Johnson would be sacked from the cabinet were it not for Theresa May's weakness in parliament, a veteran Tory MP has said. Ken Clarke told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that in any normal circumstances Johnson, the foreign...Show More Summary
Former Liberal Democrat leader Tim Farron goes on the attack against the "most ineffective" foreign secretary he has ever seen. Farron urges prime Minister Theresa May to distance herself from the "jingoistic nonsense" of Johnson and...Show More Summary
The now (in)famous article Boris Johnson wrote about Brexit in the Telegraph (on his Facebook page here) has been presented entirely in political terms. It was an attack on Theresa May, an act of disloyalty or treachery, a sackable offence, the outcome of blind ambition and his positioning for a leadership challenge. Show More Summary
The winner of the battle for Britain's future, and Tory leadership, is already in its history books.