Over half a million young people might miss out on mental health support. Reform would be a worthwhile legacy “I’ve contemplated killing myself a few times.” Sensing the pause in my throat the 19-year-old young man quickly followed: “But obviously I didn’t, I self-harmed instead. 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
Theresa May & co. are upping their denial game in a big way, because they have nowhere else to go.
Theresa May’s government is low on goodwill from the U.K. public, and the European Union.
Billed as a â??generous offerâ??, Theresa Mayâ??s Brexit statement on EU nationals in the UK gives those arriving lawfully before June 2019 the chance to build up similar rights to British citizens. The right to work and the right to claim healthcare and benefits will be offered to EU expats already in the UK and those who arrive before... Expats Blog -
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
“Below our expectations.” “Particularly vague”. “Not a breakthrough.” Yes, it’s fair to say there was a less than ecstatic response from the other European leaders to Theresa May’s promise that three million EU citizens will be able to stay in the UK after Brexit. At the end of her first EU summit since she failed…
The EU delegations, as ever rather well informed about UK politics, mutter that Theresa May can't last for long and appears to be the prisoner of the Hard Brexit Right (as they would term it).
“I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody.” Are those famous Marlon Brando lines from ‘On The Waterfront’ swirling round George Osborne’s head? Bitterness towards Theresa May and the world in general, is the most obvious explanation for the ex-Chancellor’s behaviour. There must be a certain degree of enjoyment for more...
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
A few weeks ago Donald Trump set a record that I assumed was unassailable; Theresa May has since sailed past it with ease. The leaders of the US and the UK have become so proficient at changing direction that “U-turn” no longer seems adequate. Donald and Theresa are spinning policy doughnuts. Mr Trump has a […]
LONDON — The passwords and login details of senior cabinet ministers and a host of other senior public figures have been sold online by Russian hackers. An investigation by The Times found that online details belonging to Greg Clark,...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
Seeing the leaders arrive here at the European Council you're struck by the buoyant mood.