British police condemned U.S. officials’ leaking of intelligence relating to the Manchester terror attack, calling it a breach of trust that risks undermining their investigations as the probe into the bombing extended to Libya.
Britain’s political leaders will resume some election campaigning on Thursday in an effort to return to normal business after the deadly Manchester concert attack, as the investigation into the suicide bomber’s network spread to Libya.
U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd criticized U.S. officials for leaking details about Monday’s terrorist attack in Manchester, warning Britain’s ally that it should not happen again.
If Theresa May has gotten any sleep in the past 24 hours, her spokesman wouldn’t know: he never asks.
Theresa May’s dramatic climbdown from an unpopular policy on elderly care not only spooked ministers who had been kept out the loop, but sounded the alarm over how she might tackle the issue she’s staked her U.K. election campaign on: Brexit.
Theresa May backed down over one of the central pledges of her election campaign only four days after announcing it, following polls that showed the opposition Labour Party gaining ground on her Conservatives.
Theresa May’s Conservative Party found itself divided on Sunday over plans to make the elderly pay for their own care, with Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson suggesting the policy might be tweaked while Pensions Secretary Damian Green insisted it wouldn’t.
We’re past the halfway mark in Britain’s snap election, we’ve got the manifestos, and we’ve had a look at what the parties are offering. So what have we learned so far?
In 2015, David Cameron promised the British people a “good life.” In 2017, in the wake of the Brexit vote, Theresa May could only offer a hard -- but fair -- life.
Prime Minister Theresa May called on voters to give her the freedom to walk away from Brexit negotiations without a deal, as she reinforced her hard-line approach to Britain’s divorce from the European Union.
To one of Britain’s best known private-equity veterans, Theresa May is the least business-friendly Conservative prime minister in decades.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will tell wealthy elderly voters that their home may be sold after their deaths to pay the bills.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May “endorsed” Philip Hammond as chancellor of the exchequer while declining to say he’ll keep his job if her Conservatives win next month’s general election.
Britain’s Labour Party pledged to more than double what the government raises from taxes on financial transactions by extending stamp duty to cover derivatives and bonds, and removing an exemption for trading houses.
Theresa May’s Conservative Party is heading for a landslide win in Britain’s June 8 election, according to a survey of different forecasting methods.
Social media platforms including Facebook Inc. and Twitter Inc. could be forced to offer British young people the right to delete information about them if Theresa May is re-elected prime minister on June 8.
Whoever wins Britain’s June 8 general election, free-market capitalism is going to be a bit less free-market.
U.K. prosecutors said they won’t charge anyone over infractions of spending rules in the 2015 general-election campaign, clearing a potential cloud from Theresa May’s current electoral battle.
With a month to go before the U.K. votes for its next government, Prime Minister Theresa May set out to woo “middle England” on prime-time television, while her main rival Jeremy Corbyn rallied his socialist comrades in Britain’s industrial heartlands.
“THERESA MAY’S TEAM,” screamed the banner at a London campaign event. In much smaller letters underneath was the name of her party, the Conservatives.
Centrica Plc and SSE Plc declined after the U.K. Conservative Party said it would promise to cap household energy bills if Theresa May wins the June 8 election, accusing the country’s largest suppliers of “unfair” pricing.
Glasgow, the Tees Valley, Northumberland -- these are places that haven’t voted Conservative in decades, if ever.
Theresa May’s Conservatives cruised to a landslide win in local voting, in a foretaste of a potential victory in the U.K.’s June 8 general election that would give the prime minister a domestic boost going into Brexit talks.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s accusation that the European Commission is trying to interfere with the British election was prompted by stories she read in newspapers on Wednesday morning, Brexit Secretary David Davis said.
Local elections in the U.K. on Thursday will offer the first real test of how well Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party is performing in the much bigger June 8 general-election fight -- and how badly Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour opposition is doing.
Prime Minister Theresa May accused European Union officials of interfering with the U.K. election in a blistering new line of attack designed to rally support at home but which risked hardening the battle lines over Brexit.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May alluded to the leaked details of her disastrous dinner with Jean-Claude Juncker to remind voters that Brexit talks will be tough and she alone is up to the task.
The U.K. government rejected a German newspaper report that a dinner between Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker last week exposed a growing gap between the two sides in the Brexit negotiations.
U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd warned Facebook Inc,. Alphabet Inc.’s Google, and Twitter Inc. to improve monitoring of extremist and hate content after a panel of lawmakers urged her to consider making the hosting of such material a crime.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May pledged there will be no increase in Value Added Tax after the June 8 general election, but suggested she will ditch her Conservative Party’s promise not to raise other taxes when it publishes its program for government.
Gina Miller, who took the U.K. government to court to force it to get parliamentary approval before beginning Brexit talks, has raised nearly 300,000 pounds ($380,000) in a week to donate to candidates who want to keep Britain close to the European Union.
In 2010, they couldn’t conceive of a coalition government. Five years later, they didn’t think the Conservatives would win a majority. Few made the right call on the Brexit referendum. So what could go wrong in 2017?
The party that pushed the U.K. towards Brexit is collapsing, and the main beneficiary is Prime Minister Theresa May.
Britain’s opposition Labour Party has at least two plans to fight the election Prime Minister Theresa May called on Tuesday. And one of them doesn’t involve trying to win.
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond signaled the Conservative Party will drop a pledge not to raise taxes as he said it has constrained the government from managing the economy "sensibly."
For those who believe Brexit is a terrible mistake that could be undone, Prime Minister Theresa May’s decision to call a snap election offered a moment of hope followed by a hard dose of reality.
Nine months after becoming prime minister, Theresa May is learning how to gamble.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s call for a June 8 election reverses her opposition to an early vote. The last election in 2015 took place a year before the U.K. voted in a referendum to leave the European Union. As May prepares for two years of Brexit talks, her Conservative Party enjoys the widest public-opinion margin in three decades over the main opposition Labour Party. That gives her a chance to cement her position and widen her majority.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May called for an early election on June 8, seeking a personal mandate and parliamentary backing to take her through Brexit talks. The pound surged.
Foreign governments such as Russia and China may have been responsible for a crash in the U.K.’s voter registration website in the weeks before the Brexit referendum, according to a report by Parliament’s Public Administration Committee.
Unilever Plc’s announcement that it’s looking at ending its dual nationality and basing itself in London or Rotterdam means Theresa May finds her Brexit strategy facing either a big endorsement or an early blow.
Theresa May and Donald Tusk agreed to look for ways to ease tensions as Britain leaves the European Union, after a week in which a senior member of her party discussed the possibility of war with Spain over Gibraltar.
Executives in the U.K. should no longer receive compensation based on long-term incentive plans because they conceal true levels of pay and can create perverse incentives, a panel of lawmakers said.
Theresa May laughed off the idea that Britain might go to war with Spain over Gibraltar. But even its suggestion revealed something about the bumps in the road that the prime minister will hit as she tries to negotiate a Brexit deal.
Spanish Foreign Minister Alfonso Dastis moved to calm a diplomatic spat with the U.K. over the status of Gibraltar after a weekend of heated rhetoric that culminated in a suggestion Britain could go to war over the territory.
Theresa May’s hopes that Spain might be an ally in her Brexit negotiations were in jeopardy after a spat over the status of Gibraltar escalated to the point where one senior member of her party suggested the prime minister would be ready to go to war over the territory.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May begins a visit to Jordan and Saudi Arabia on Monday, with the goal of building security and commercial ties.
Prime Minister Theresa May came under pressure to protect the rights of Gibraltar after European Union President Donald Tusk handed Spain a determining say on whether any Brexit deal will apply to the territory.
Lawmakers may get a vote on whether Britain should stay in the European Union’s single market after Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May’s government signaled, fueling calls for Britain to replicate Norway’s trade deal with the European Union.
“Dear President Tusk.” Thus Prime Minister Theresa May began a six-page letter giving the European Union formal notice that the U.K. is leaving. What did the contents reveal? And what can be gleaned from the reaction of the various capitals about the direction the negotiations will take?
Prime Minister Theresa May will seek to head off moves for Scottish independence in a speech Monday as she finalizes her plans for triggering two years of negotiations to leave the European Union.
Parliament got back to work on Thursday after London’s worst terror attack in more than a decade left four people dead, including the assailant and the police officer he stabbed.
Polish ruling party leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski will discuss Brexit and other topics with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May in London on Wednesday, her office said.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May should seek a free-trade deal with the European Union that includes services or risk damaging industries that aren’t covered by World Trade Organization rules, a House of Lords panel found.
U.K. lawmakers are warning Theresa May’s government not to use Brexit as an excuse to amend laws without proper scrutiny.
Tony Blair and John Major spent 20 years tearing into each other’s parties. Now the old foes are uniting to face a common enemy: U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May and her march toward a hard Brexit.
Brexit has turned out to be something of a curse for the U.K. Independence Party.
Former U.K. Prime Minister John Major attacked Theresa May’s Brexit strategy, warning that she’s making undeliverable promises and should prepare people for the compromises that will come out of her negotiations.
The outcome of parliamentary by-elections in two British districts on Thursday may add to pressure on Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the main opposition Labour Party.