As British parliamentary resumes after the recess, UK Prime Minister Theresa May is up against a bruising battle over a crucial Brexit
The British Parliament has taken another step towards Brexit. British MPs voted in favour of a bill to end Britain’s EU membership.
Britain and the European Union began their first formal Brexit negotiations on Monday. The EU’s chief negotiator, France’s Michel
French President Emmanuel Macron has said the door was “always open” for Britain to remain in the European Union (EU) even as Prime
Theresa May has said that Democratic Union Party, with its 10 MPs, will have no veto on key policies.
British Prime Minister Theresa May was left in a spot after her Conservative party failed to muster a simple majority in the crucial polls she
United Kingdom is voting to elect a Prime Minister, just days after the London bridge attack. The snap polls in UK were called by former Prime
Britain braces for the final day of general election campaigning today, after a turbulent few weeks which have shifted the political ground and
British Prime Minister Theresa May won the overwhelming backing of MPs to hold a snap election on June 8, which she said is in the
In a surprise move, British Prime Minister Theresa May called for snap elections on June 8. She asserted that early general elections were the
British Prime Minister Theresa May has officially begun Brexit negotiations by triggering article 50. The formal notification to the other 27
Britain’s Parliament has passed the Brexit bill’ paving the way for Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger negotiations for the
UK Prime Minister Theresa May suffered her second Brexit defeat in a week after the Parliaments’s upper house voted to authorise lawmakers
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has faced her first parliamentary defeat over Brexit after Britain’s upper house voted to amend and thereby delay a