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British Prime Minister Theresa May sent a three-page letter to opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn on Sunday night calling for further negotiations on her Brexit deal. But what does it mean? Euronews has the answers.
After Conservative MP, Anne Soubry, was called a 'Nazi' and a 'liar' by protesters outside of Parliament, more than 50 MPs have urged Met police to improve their response to abusive protesters.
The embattled British PM attempts a positive vibe as the Tory conference comes to a close. And, on Brexit at least, she's not for turning.
The British PM showed off her signature dance moves while taking to the stage during a critical speech to her Conservative party.
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Britain's Labour keeps second Brexit referendum on table
Can Poland's ultra-conservative government reconcile its traditionalist approach with the values which dominate the European Union? Piotr Glinski, the Deputy Prime Minister, spoke to Euronews.
British Home Secretary Amber Rudd resigned has resigned saying she had mistakenly misled parliament over whether her department had targets for deporting illegal immigrants.
AMC plans to open 40 cinemas across the country over the next five years. The cinemas will not be gender segregated