Boris Johnson on Monday resigned as British foreign secretary, becoming the third minister in 24 hours to walk out of the government rather than back Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans for a soft departure from the European Union.
The EU rejected Theresa May's plan to keep Britain in the European single market for goods, warning that EU membership is not a "big supermarket" from which the UK can cherry-pick the best bits as it departs.
Prime Minister Theresa May will propose on Friday a new plan to ease trade and offer Britain more freedom to set tariffs after Brexit, a last-ditch attempt to unite her divided government on plans to leave the European Union.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday it was important to ensure that Parliament could not block Brexit, defending her approach to passing the legislation that will end Britain’s membership of the European Union.
The Scottish parliament has decisively voted against the United Kingdom's legislation on departure from the European Union (EU), placing London on course for a major constitutional dispute with Edinburgh and the further postponement of Brexit.
British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday faced anger from lawmakers for conducting airstrikes with the United States in Syria in their first major military action since coming to power.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump plan to meet in May for nuclear disarmament talks, a whiplash development that would put the two who've repeatedly insulted, threatened and dismissed each other in the same room, possibly in the North Korean capital of Pyongyang.
British Prime Minister Theresa May defended her decision to rule out so-called ‘passporting’ rights for banks after Brexit, saying Britain could not become a “rule taker” when it came to financial services.
More than 60 backbench Conservative MPs have sent Theresa May a list of hard Brexit demands ahead of a crunch meeting, triggering a furious reaction from colleagues who branded the letter a “ransom note”.
British Prime Minister Theresa May called on Saturday for a new security treaty with the European Union that should be up and running next year to ensure military, intelligence and counter-terrorism cooperation after London leaves the bloc.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she would be robust in her arguments during talks to leave the European Union, calling on Parliament to disregard the “noise” surrounding the Brexit talks.