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Heckler asks UK PM Theresa May to resign after heavy election defeat
"Why don't you resign? We don't want you," a heckler told May on Friday as she prepared to address the Welsh Conservative Conference.
'We need to end this uncertainty,' UK PM tells MP panel on Brexit
Brexit is back: Theresa May takes questions on the country's exit from the EU from a parliamentary committee after MPs largely ignored the issue.
UK's opposition will back second Brexit vote under certain conditions
The governing body of Britain's main opposition Labour Party decided today (Tuesday) to back a second Brexit referendum... but only under certain conditions.
EU elections: How are UK MEPs preparing with six weeks to go?
"I can’t imagine any political party not being prepared," a UKIP MEP told Euronews.
UK MPs barely mention the B-word ahead of key EU summit
EU leaders are to decide on Wednesday whether to grant the UK a second Brexit extension and by how long.
Brexit: The amendments to Wednesday's no-deal vote
Two amendments have already been tabled. One calls for no-deal to be ruled out once and for one, the other demands the country set "standstill agreements" with the EU.
Support for no-deal Brexit growing: poll
44% of people — up from 38% in January — believe a no-deal Brexit is better than May's deal, a poll by ComRes has found.
Theresa May under pressure to seek Brexit delay as clock ticks down
The British prime minister insists it is still "within our grasp" for the UK to leave the EU as scheduled on March 29 – amid mounting pressure for a delay.
UK ministers defy May, warn they would back delaying Brexit
"But too many of our parliamentary colleagues appear complacent about the consequences of leaving the EU without a deal."
Business 'Brexodus': How no-deal uncertainty is hurting small companie
"We feel we've been hung out to dry by the UK government."
Brexit: May faces Valentine's Day showdown in parliament
The UK prime minister has tabled a motion for Thursday. Six other amendments aiming to force her hand on Brexit have also been brought forward.
Brexit road trip day 2: Blaenau Gwent and Boston
NBC's Alexander Smith continues his trip across the UK to towns in Wales and England to gauge opinion on the nation's most talked about issue — Brexit.
What are the amendments seeking to change the course of Brexit?
British members of parliament on Tuesday voted on seven amendments to Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal, two of which passed.
The Brexit backstop is Northern Ireland's insurance policy | View
The opposition to the backstop on the benches of Westminster has been a stark reminder of how Northern Ireland is almost always an afterthought in British politics.
The UK is obsessed with closing doors on the foreign workers it needs
Our Prime Minister is willing to gamble the economy on the basis of an inward-looking, nostalgic view of a Britain that never truly existed.
Scotland's Brexit dilemma: deal, no deal or independence | View
Scotland has been a bystander in the last two years of the Brexit saga. But what next for Scotland? Accept May's Brexit deal, fight to halt Brexit or renew calls for independence.
Brexit maths: how can May get her Brexit deal through parliament
Members of her own party, her coalition partners, as well as all the main opposition groups, have expressed concerns over the Brexit deal.
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Brexit, Ukraine and Greece dominate EU political agenda this week
As the UK tries to unravel itself from over 40 years of EU membership, other countries seek closer ties. This week's State of the Union heads to Kiev for the signing of the EU Ukraine association agre
Brexit Britain: falling pound, border fears and a frightened workforce
With Brexit talks only just begun, Britain faces a possible economic downturn and Northern Ireland's peace deal looks shaky
The Brief from Brussels: EU Brexit negotiator cool on May's citizens offer
This is the Brief from Brussels, a daily roundup of the top stories from Europe's de facto political capital.
EU's Barnier cool on PM May's offer for expats
Theresa May’s offer on protecting the rights of EU nationals needs “more ambition” and “clarity, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said on Monday.
Insiders: Ireland's Brexit border
UK Brexit: Is peace in Northern Ireland at risk and what will happen at the Irish border?
Is Ireland headed for trouble at the border?
Britain's vote to leave the European Union has raised the stakes in the long and divisive dispute over Northern Ireland's status.
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The State of the Union: Brexit looms large over EU summit
This is The State of the Union, euronews’ weekly round-up of the top stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
Who's afraid of Brexit?
Euronews looks at those set to lose the most from Brexit negotiations.
Insiders: UK heading for "a fairly hard Brexit"
UK Brexit: "We are now expecting an economic downturn"