U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May got a cautious welcome from her Conservative Party for the progress she made overnight in her Brexit talks in Brussels.
The U.K. should investigate whether “dark money” played a role in the 2016 Brexit referendum, a Labour Party lawmaker said on Thursday, citing a series of reports on the OpenDemocracy website about Arron Banks, who helped bankroll the ‘Leave’ campaign.
U.K. Business Secretary Greg Clark is flying to Montreal to discuss the benefits for Northern Ireland of Airbus SE’s deal with Bombardier Inc. to take control of the Canadian manufacturer’s C Series aircraft.
U.K. Cabinet ministers don’t seem able to stick to an agreed line about whether they really will walk away from Brexit negotiations or not.
The value of Britain securing a transition deal to smooth its departure from the European Union is “disappearing by the day” until the details are nailed down, according to TheCityUK, which lobbies for financial companies.
Over dinner in Brussels, Prime Minister Theresa May will plead with Europe’s top negotiator to help unlock Brexit negotiations, as politicians back in London are sounding out cross-party alliances to try to stop the U.K. leaving the European Union without a deal.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May should fire Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond because of his negative warnings about Brexit, said Nigel Lawson, a Tory who held the finance minister’s job in the 1980s.
The U.K. published draft legislation to create a domestic nuclear safeguards system that will replace provisions under the European Union’s Euratom treaty once Britain has left the bloc.
Boeing Co. is the “king of corporate welfare,” the U.K.’s main opposition Labour Party said, accusing the U.S. aerospace giant of “egregious hypocrisy” in pursuing an illegal-subsidies claim against Bombardier Inc. that threatens thousands of jobs in Northern Ireland.
As if Brexit weren’t enough, Prime Minister Theresa May is fighting on two fronts to protect jobs across the U.K. after BAE Systems Plc announced cuts and a dispute between Bombardier Inc. and Boeing Co. festers.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May should team up with Canada in defense of Bombardier Inc. and give Boeing Co. Chief Executive Officer Dennis Muilenberg a “dressing down” in an effort to resolve a trade dispute between the aviation rivals that is putting thousands of jobs in Northern Ireland at risk.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May could soon be planning an overhaul of her team of top ministers in a bid to reassert her authority and end the government infighting that’s put Brexit talks in jeopardy.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is being urged to shake up her Cabinet and fire Boris Johnson to show she’s in charge, according to people familiar with the situation, as Tories demand an end to the government infighting that threatens to bring chaos to Brexit.
Embattled Prime Minister Theresa May is due to meet business leaders on Monday to discuss Britain’s departure from the European Union, seeking to show she’s in control as some of her own Conservative Party’s lawmakers maneuver to oust her.
A major U.K. policy announcement to cap household energy prices was meant to be the headline for Prime Minister Theresa May. Instead, her reboot turned into a political calamity.
Prime Minister Theresa May will set out plans to limit domestic energy prices when she addresses her Conservative Party’s annual conference on Wednesday, Energy Secretary Greg Clark said.
The U.K. is said to see Canada as primarily responsible for the trade dispute between Boeing Co. and Bombardier Inc. because of the level of its state aid to the aerospace company.
The Conservative Party annual conference is in full swing in the northern city of Manchester with the fate of two top Tories on the line: Prime Minister Theresa May and her Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Britain is likely to forge its first post-Brexit trade deals with the U.S., Australia and New Zealand, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox said on Sunday, declaring his department up to the task.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is battling to assert her authority over a divided Conservative Party as she faces calls to quit as its leader before the next general election.
The U.K. Independence Party surprisingly elected former Army officer and policeman Henry Bolton to become its fifth leader in just over a year as it seeks to regain relevance 15 months after Britons voted to leave the European Union.
Theresa May defended Britain’s economic model as “the greatest agent of collective human progress ever created” as she seeks to underline the differences between her Conservative Party and Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour opposition.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn closed his party’s conference in Brighton with a call to Prime Minister Theresa May to step aside and an appeal to his euphoric followers to prepare to take over the government of Britain.
Labour’s relationship with business had been warming as the main opposition party adopted positions on Brexit that aligned with U.K. Plc. Then Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell opened his mouth in Brighton.
In the conference halls and seafront hotels of Brighton, one government figure looms large over the U.K. opposition Labour Party’s annual conference: Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
Oliver Robbins, the onetime top official at Britain’s Department for Exiting the European Union, is just the tip of the iceberg of the exodus of officials from the government body created to handle the brunt of divorce.
The U.K. Labour Party urged Prime Minister Theresa May to cap interest payments on credit-card loans to help families trapped in a “debt spiral.”
Prime Minister Theresa May will have to listen to lawmakers who oppose her Brexit legislation, Leader of the House of Commons Andrea Leadsom said, acknowledging the premier’s weakened hand after she gambled on a snap general election and lost her majority in Parliament.
Two of Britain’s powerhouse brands took contrasting views on the economic effects of Brexit as the Bank of England shifted toward raising interest rates.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s gamble to call a surprise election came at a huge political price. But that wasn’t the only cost.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May moved to appease voter anger by announcing that the cap on public-sector pay rises in place since 2011 was to be eased, with police and prison officers the first to benefit.
Theresa May’s plan for taking Britain out of the European Union passed its first parliamentary hurdle as pressure mounted on her main political rival, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, to clarify his stance on single market membership.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s U.K. government is set to rally just enough lawmakers to back a key piece of Brexit legislation that will then face higher obstacles before it can become law.
Brexit Secretary David Davis warned U.K. lawmakers that if they block a key piece of domestic legislation on Monday, it may lead to a “chaotic” departure from the European Union.
Russia is testing the West by conducting war games on NATO’s eastern flank in its biggest military exercise in four years, U.K. Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said.
Prime Minister Theresa May has never addressed the nickname (‘Maybot’) the British press have conferred on her for her reliance on and delivery of catchphrases such as “Brexit means Brexit” and “strong and stable.”
Prime Minister Theresa May’s flagship piece of Brexit legislation will be debated for the first time Thursday as her chief negotiator took questions and explained that on the tricky matter of the divorce bill “it is clear that the two sides have very different legal stances.”
Prime Minister Theresa May’s office distributed a letter to major U.K. companies for senior executives to sign praising her government’s Brexit strategy, according to a draft seen by Bloomberg.
The U.K. should increase taxes on property and inheritance or risk tearing itself apart because of growing inequality, Liberal Democrat party leader Vince Cable warned, as Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby also weighed in on Britain’s “broken” economic model.
The U.K. Labour Party moved its opposition to Theresa May’s Brexit strategy up a notch by saying it would try to amend her European Union Withdrawal Bill to change clauses that give ministers power to modify laws with little scrutiny.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s cut-and-paste plans for trade deals after Brexit will begin with the Swiss and South Koreans because of how much they contribute to the U.K. economy.
The repeal bill published by U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s government in July to enshrine all European Union law in domestic legislation is due to return to Parliament. It’s now reached the point where rebels have pledged to make their stand. More than 300 amendments have been tabled along with almost 60 new clauses. The government argues it needs more time to assess all the proposed changes. Opposition lawmakers, and even some of May’s own Conservatives -- are raring for a fight to overhaul
Brexit talks are hardly going well but there was one section of the U.K. government having a good day. Prime Minister Theresa May’s team congratulated themselves that her visit to Japan couldn’t have gone better.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he’s encouraged by pledges from his U.K. counterpart, Theresa May, after he pressed for a “transparent and predictable” British breakaway from the European Union to reassure Japanese investors.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe called for U.K. and European negotiators to provide predictability to businesses over Brexit as British automaker Aston Martin said uncertainty could affect investments.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May tried to convince people she’s no lame duck by insisting she intends to lead her Conservative Party into the next election. Her own lawmakers chuckled at the idea.
Theresa May got a taste of Japanese restraint and formality during a tea ceremony with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. What might be lost in translation is how unimpressed a key U.K. trade partner is with how the premier is conducting Brexit.
Prime Minister Theresa May said she’s keen for the U.K. to keep any benefits from a potential trade deal between the European Union and Japan after its scheduled departure from the bloc in March 2019.
Prime Minister Theresa May is heading to Japan to burnish relations with a trade partner critical to Britain’s post-Brexit future even as a bellicose North Korea threatens to overshadow the three-day trip.
The U.K. is piling pressure on the European Union to shift the focus of Brexit negotiations away from the terms of divorce and onto their future relationship.
The U.K. is preparing to give further details of its approach to Brexit next week when it lays out positions in at least three different areas that it wants to negotiate with the European Union.
Britain is considering allowing European Union citizens to travel freely to the country even after Brexit as Prime Minister Theresa May’s government draws up plans to manage immigration from the bloc.
Ireland warned it won’t be used as a pawn in wider negotiations on the terms of the U.K.’s departure from the European Union, as it called Britain’s plans to avoid border checks after Brexit a “step forward.”
Britain said it wants to avoid any physical border or customs checks with Ireland as part of any Brexit deal with the European Union, as tensions mount over the terms of the U.K.’s departure from the bloc.
Theresa May still aims to broker a trade deal with the European Union before Britain leaves in 2019, even as members of her own cabinet express doubts over the likelihood of doing so.
Last month’s second round of discussions on extricating Britain from the European Union produced a “significant step forward” on the thorny issue of citizens’ rights, even though the talks were at times tricky, Brexit Secretary David Davis said.
Theresa May’s office dismissed as speculation a report that the U.K. is prepared to pay a 40 billion-euro ($47 billion) bill to leave the European Union, while leading Brexit supporters pushed back against paying anything at all.
Britain should stay in the European Union past Brexit Day. That is what one of the country’s biggest business associations proposes to Prime Minister Theresa May as calls for a fleshed-out transition period gather momentum.
The U.K.’s top universities say they are struggling to hire talented European Union academics and it’s the fault of Brexit. So they put down 10 proposals for Prime Minister Theresa May.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s government is studying a way to guarantee the post-Brexit rights of European Union citizens modelled on the court that oversees relations between the bloc and Norway.