LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May will outline her wish-list for Britain's post-Brexit relationship with the European Union next week after winning support from key ministers, but her opponents hope to defeat the government on the issue of future trade ties.
Prime Minister Theresa May will make a speech next Friday on Britain's relationship with the EU following Brexit after her cabinet agreed a plan at a marathon meeting, her spokesman said. One minister who was not present said they had...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May had a positive meeting about Brexit with her ministers, where they agreed upon the basis of her forthcoming speech on the UK's future relationship with the European Union, her spokesman said on Friday.
Theresa May's Brexit 'war Cabinet' met last night to attempt to finally agree the government's Brexit policy. Both sides of the Cabinet's Brexit divide reportedly "thinks they got what they wanted" Yet the government's latest BrexitShow More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Opponents of Britain's exit from the European Union are preparing a major campaign they say now has close to a 50:50 chance of stopping Brexit by blocking Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal, a leading pro-EU campaigner said.
Theresa May is reportedly ready to give in to Brussels demands and grant permanent residency to EU migrants who arrive during a Brexit transition period. Just three weeks ago, the prime minister insisted citizens who arrived after March...Show More Summary
Theresa May faces major defeat in her plan to cut all ties with the EU's customs union. Conservative rebels plan to join Labour MPs in keeping Britain in a customs union after Brexit. Jeremy Corbyn is set to declare his support for a...Show More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will set out "the way forward" for Brexit next week after a meeting with top aides on Thursday intended to resolve differences over strategy that are dividing her team, and frustrating European Union negotiators.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May hopes on Thursday to settle disputes over her Brexit strategy that are dividing her cabinet and party, and frustrating her negotiating partners in the European Union.
The grime MC criticized PM Theresa May’s handling of the Grenfell Tower fire.
Rapper praised for challenging government's lack of support to victims of deadly fire as Number 10 goes on defensive.
LONDON — The fire burned for hours, ripping through a 24-story apartment block, in one of London’s richest boroughs. Video footage showed desperate residents banging on windows and begging for help. Children disappeared behind clouds of smoke, never to be seen again. Inside Grenfell Tower, residents were presented with few options: Stay, flee, or jump. […]
New Brexit guidelines from the EU Commission suggest trouble lies ahead for Britain in the next round of negotiations. They focus on the key issues of immigration, regulatory issues, and transport. The guidelines explicitly reject Theresa...Show More Summary
BRIT Award-winner Stormzy calls out British Prime Minister Theresa May for her government's response to the Grenfell Tower fire, while Liam Gallagher performs a tribute for victims of last year's Manchester terrorist attack. (Feb. 22)
Rapper Stormzy used his BRIT Awards performance to call out British Prime Minister Theresa May for her handling of the Grenfell tower fire. He rapped: "Yo Theresa May, where’s the money for Grenfell?" The artist picked up two awardsShow More Summary
Theresa May and her Cabinet will hold a crunch meeting today to decide the UK's Brexit policy. 62 Brexit-supporting MPs have written to May calling on her to commit to a hardline version of Brexit. One MP tells BI that failure to agree...Show More Summary
Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn debated Brexit. The leader of UK opposition mocks the government's position on Brexit during the weekly Prime Minister's Questions debate in parliament. Rough cut (no reporter narration). Video provided by Reuters
The London MC addressed Grenfell Tower victims in his performance.
“Yo, Theresa May, where's the money for Grenfell?”
Jeremy Corbyn accuses Theresa May's government of leading Britain down "the road to nowhere" in its Brexit plans. The Labour leader uses all five PMQs questions to question the prime minister's handling of Brexit. May says her plansShow More Summary