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British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit withdrawal bill will not be published until the week beginning June 3, the government announced.
EU Commission spokesman Margaritis Schinas made it clear that Britain's stalled withdrawal deal cannot be changed, so what happens next?
UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said that he expects Prime Minister Theresa May to still be Prime Minister during US President Trump's visit in June.
Many analysts believe Theresa May could be replaced as the leader of the Conservative Party by a more hardline Brexiteer.
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Watch: Theresa's 10 points on how her new Brexit deal is different
British PM Theresa May has dangled the carrot of a second referendum if MPs back her Brexit deal next month.
With May's looming departure, a leadership void might not only appear in the Conservative Party but also in the prime minister's office as well. But who do the oddsmakers think to have the best chance to take the helm of Britain's oldest political party and perhaps the UK as a whole?
UK Prime Minister Theresa May was in Bristol Friday, campaigning for her Conservative Party ahead of next weekend's European Parliament elections. It comes after the Labour Party announced that talks with the Conservatives to end the Brexit stalemate had collapsed.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said in a statement on Friday that talks with the government on Brexit had ended without a compromise.
Tory MP and Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson has claimed he will run for Conservative Party leadership as Theresa May plans to set a date for her departure.
Labour won't back May's Brexit deal unless talks break deadlock.
The United Kingdom may have had an extension granted on leaving the European Union, but behind the scenes preparations continue in Britain and Brussels
In a particularly heated exchange during PMQs, the Prime Minister and Jeremy Corbyn faced off on inequality.
Britain's Liberal Democrats aren't mincing their words in their campaign for this month's European elections - coming up with a colourful slogan to make their point on Brexit.
Theresa May took questions in the House ahead of more Customs Union talks with Labour. Comparing Brexit to the Liverpool victory against FC Barcelona in Champions League finals, May said it showed that the UK could still secure success on Brexit, "if everyone comes together."
Nigel Farage will seek a place at the Brexit negotiating table if his nascent political party comes out top in the European elections.
"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.
PM Theresa May fired Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson after an investigation into government leaks about China's Huawei and Britain's new 5G network
UK police said that a leak from a National Security Council meeting does not amount to a criminal offence,
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.
British MPs return to duty and the crucial Brexit issue after the Easter break as Theresa May hopes Britain will avoid taking part in Euro elections
The British prime minister’s own party is in mutinous mood as opposition hardens to her Brexit deal and her position.
Theresa May's numerous Brexit related trips over the years have had the same environmental impact as 126 UK residents or 2,642 Kenyans over the same period of time.
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