The British prime minister has addressed the UK Parliament the morning after the terror attack on Westminster.
Britain’s plan to begin the formal process of leaving the European Union next week will not be delayed by the terrorist attack on Westminster, a spokesman for the prime minister has…
Sturgeon's referendum dash before Brexit spooks May and steers UK towards possible constitutional crisis.
Europe has given a collective sigh of relief to news that the UK will finally trigger Article 50 next week, beginning divorce proceedings from the European…
Prime Minister Theresa May has said that Britain is on the brink of ‘a defining moment’ as she prepares to begin the country’s divorce proceedings from the EU.
Britain's premier remains vague on Brexit timetable, but insists on March deadline for triggering divorce amid Lords turmoil.
Scotland may choose to have a second referendum on independence as early as autumn 2018, says First Minister Nicola Sturgeon
The British House of Lords has backed another amendment to the Brexit bill demanding a “meaningful” vote from parliament before Theresa May’s final deal with the…
Theresa May insisted there is "no economic case" for breaking up the United Kingdom
Angela Merkel, Brexit and President Trump have been the butt of people’s jokes on the penultimate day of Germany’s carnival season.
The UK will face a “very hefty” bill for leaving the European Union, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said on Tuesday.
MPs clashed on Monday over whether or not to invite US President Donald Trump to the UK for an official state visit.
British Prime Minister Theresa May surprised many by inviting President Donald Trump on a state visit to Britain and was the first world leader to visit him in Washington.
Junker says complex Brexit talks will take longer than two years
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Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been received at Downing Street for his first face-to-face meeting with his British counterpart.
The UK High Court dismissed a Brexit legal challenge to force parliament to specify if leaving the EU also means leaving the European Economic Area
Brexit Minister David Davis said Britain wanted a 'mutually beneficial' deal with the EU, as he unveiled the government's plan to parliament.
Donald Trump's invitation to the UK has split the country, with rival petitions both in support of and against the new US president's state visit to Great Britain.
Tens of thousands of people in cities across the UK have joined protests against President Trump’s travel ban on refugees and seven mainly Muslim countries.
Announced by May and Turkish Prime Minister Binaldi Yilidirim, it involves BAE systems and Turkish Aerospace Industries working together to develop the TF-X Turkish fighter programme.
Prime Minister Theresa May has left the US and flown to Turkey for talks with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Insiders say it is part of a charm offensive to bolster her hand in negotiations to leave
The image of Theresa May and Donald Trump holding hands at the White House, if only briefly, is a potent one, as the US and UK renewed their ‘deep bond’.