Theresa May and Beata Szydlo meet at 10 Downing Street as Britain seeks to strengthen ties with Poland before BrexitBritish Prime Minister Theresa May met her Polish counterpart Beata Szydlo at 10 Downing Street for a summit designed to strengthen the relationship between the two…
British Prime Minister Theresa May met her Polish counterpart Beata Szydlo at 10 Downing Street for a summit designed to strengthen the relationship between the two…
UK PM to visit US in a bid to develop ties with the Trump administration after the President-elect suggested making Farage an Ambassador
The outgoing US president met leaders from major EU countries amid concern over future transatlantic ties under Donald Trump.
Britain has no overall Brexit plan and a blueprint for leaving the EU might not be agreed for six months, a leaked memo suggests.
A court decision demanding that MPs have more say over Britain’s exit from the European Union will make no difference to the government’s timetable to quit the bloc, British Foreign Secretary Boris Jo
UK prime minister Theresa May has told EU leaders that she is confident a court ruling – which threatens to delay Britain’s exit from the bloc – will be…
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A court ruling in London has thrown Theresa May's plans for Brexit into disarray - by saying parliament must approve the move to trigger Article 50.
Britain’s High Court has ruled that government may not trigger Brexit process without parliament’s approval.
Ratings agency Moody's has said Britain's credit rating risks being downgraded depending on the trade deal it negotiates with the European Union.
Bank of England Governor Mark Carney is to stay in that job until the end of June 2019 to help smooth Britain's departure from the European Union.
The British Prime Minister has again clashed in parliament in the face of opposition charges that the government has no plan for Brexit.
Attitudes are hardening ahead of eventual negotiations to take the UK out of the EU, while the pre-talks void is being filled with mud-slinging - and satire.
The British prime minister has called on the devolved parliaments of the UK to stand united on Brexit.
The UK prime minister says she is ready for some "difficult moments", but will fight to remain part of the bloc's single market.
The head of the World Trade Organisation says Britain's future terms of membership in the WTO will depend a lot on the Brexit separation negotiations.
Should Britain's government take decisions unilaterally on the process to take the UK out of the EU? Or should Parliament have a vote? A court will decide.
Business Line focuses on the concerns that the kind of Brexit the UK government choses will cause major problems for companies.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has been holding talks with her Danish counterpart in Copenhagen.
Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that the country’s Conservative government must do more to champion the cause of working-class people.
It is the first major decision made on Brexit since May came to power, and should appease her own party as well as EU countries who are keen to get the ball rolling.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has reassuring the bosses of leading US businesses following the UK's vote to leave the European Union.
The European Council President Donald Tusk has met British Prime Minister Theresa May in London, saying “the ball is in the UK’s court” to start Brexit negotiations as soon as…
Germany has urged London not to delay Brexit, following a flurry of British media reports which suggested Prime Minister Theresa May might postpone the formal procedure to leave the…