Donald Trump can’t seem to stop tweeting about terror in the U.K. This time, he weighed in on a dense 33-page statistics document, extrapolated a single crime number and linked it to “radical Islamic terror.”
Introduced as the next prime minister of the U.K., Jeremy Corbyn received a standing ovation from European Socialists in Brussels, hours before the actual head of government could make her case to fellow leaders.
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.
Britain’s housing crisis was laid bare in a report that showed how soaring rents, particularly in London, can swallow salaries.
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said he will start releasing more money to help prepare for a “no deal” Brexit if there aren’t clear signs of progress in talks with the European Union by early 2018.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan will visit India and Pakistan later this year to promote the U.K. capital and build trade and cultural links.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May won public backing from Brexit supporters in her cabinet after she outlined contingency plans for leaving the bloc without a deal, bringing hardliners onside as Britain goes into a key round of talks.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s conference went wrong in ways she or no one could have imagined. But, the good news for her is that likely successors also came out tarnished.
Theresa May’s disastrous year continued to get worse, as the speech intended to get her government back on track descended into chaos.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will announce plans to build more social housing and curbs to energy prices in a bid to increase the appeal of her Conservatives to ordinary voters.
U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson fell into line behind Prime Minister Theresa May in a speech to the Conservative Party conference on Tuesday that unreservedly praised her handling of Brexit.
For a generation, aspiring British prime ministers on both sides of the aisle sought power by attempting to take the middle ground. It worked for Tony Blair, David Cameron and even Margaret Thatcher. Then Brexit happened.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will seek to take back control of the U.K. political agenda and assert her authority over her Conservative Party at the start of its annual conference in Manchester on Sunday.
Prime Minister Theresa May hinted that Boeing Co. risks future contracts with the U.K. if it continues to press its case against Bombardier Inc., which employs more than 4,000 people in Northern Ireland.
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 is ready to rule, Jeremy Corbyn will tell activists at the end of a conference that cemented the main opposition leader’s position as the standard bearer of a socialist revival in British politics.
Gambling companies would face a compulsory levy to pay for treatment of addicts under a plan being considered by the U.K.’s opposition Labour Party.
Jeremy Corbyn just doesn’t want to talk about it.
London's mayor is a standard-bearer for multiculturalism, no matter the personal cost.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair said there is a 30 percent chance that Britain’s decision to quit the European Union will be reversed.
Tony Blair, former Labour Prime Minister of the U.K. and an outspoken opponent of the split with the European Union, warned on Tuesday that pursuing a “hard Brexit” could result in a Socialist-leaning Labour government.
The U.K. will detail its plans for security cooperation with the European Union on Monday, as it seeks to continue ties in efforts against crime and terrorism after Brexit.
U.K. lawmakers called for Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to be fired after he threw himself back into the Brexit debate with a newspaper article that was seen as undercutting Prime Minister Theresa May days before she is set to refresh her own strategy for the split.
U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said speculation by U.S. President Donald Trump over Friday’s commuter train bombing in west London is unhelpful while police continue to investigate the attack.
Theresa May’s Conservative Party wasn’t ready to fight the snap U.K. election when she called it, one of her closest allies has said, in a new autopsy of the political gamble that backfired.
Theresa May complained directly to Donald Trump after the U.S. president said on Twitter that the people behind a Friday bombing in London were known to British police, according to a U.K. government official familiar with the conversation.
Donald Trump is raising hackles in London again.
Prime Minister Theresa May announced the U.K. terror threat level has been raised to critical, its highest level, as police hunt for a suspect who set off an improvised bomb on a packed London commuter train.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn received a hero’s welcome from the Trades Union Congress on Tuesday as the underdog who erased U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s majority in June’s election. Rather than clarify his position on Brexit, he barely mentioned it.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will warn of a “Shangri-La for bosses and bankers” if Prime Minister Theresa May is allowed to continue with her plans for Brexit.
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.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May asked U.S. President Donald Trump to intervene in a court dispute between Boeing Co. and Canada’s Bombardier Inc. over state aid, her office said.
U.K. labor unions will gather on Sunday knowing their power is on the rise after years in the wilderness and they have the chance to shape Britain’s path out of the EU.
Theresa May called on employers to train more British workers to fill vacancies after Brexit, after a leaked document suggested the U.K. is preparing to limit and discourage immigration from the European Union.
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 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
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.
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.”
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond is planning to use his budget statement this fall to say it may be another 10 years before Britain’s public finances are balanced, the Times of London reported, without saying where it got the information.
U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said Brexit will still go ahead in March 2019 in spite of disagreements in Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet over a transition period to help government and businesses adjust to the split.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s government was ordered by the U.K. Supreme Court to scrap fees levied on workers taking their bosses to employment tribunals.
Britain won’t allow in imports of American chlorine-washed chicken as part of the post-Brexit trade deal it’s seeking with the U.S., the cabinet minister responsible for food and farming said.
U.K. Trade Secretary Liam Fox was in Washington hunting for a trade deal and despite the enthusiastic endorsement over Twitter by U.S. President Donald Trump, his trip got bogged down by chlorinated chicken.
Brexit Secretary David Davis expressed optimism that the U.K. and European Union could still strike a trade deal before Britain leaves the bloc in March 2019, a more bullish stance than that adopted by other members of Prime Minister Theresa May’s government.
President Donald Trump said the U.S. and the U.K. are working on a potentially “big and exciting” trade deal and the relationship between the two countries is going to be “even better” after Brexit.
U.K. Trade Secretary Liam Fox will meet his U.S. counterpart in Washington on Monday as Britain seeks a trans-Atlantic trade deal as soon as possible after leaving the European Union.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair said Britain should keep open the option of staying in the European Union so Brexit can be called off if the mood of voters changes during the two-year negotiation period.
Theresa May unveiled the landmark law that will remove Britain from the European Union, setting up clashes with opposition parties and the Scottish government that will prove the prime minister’s biggest tests since her Conservative Party lost its parliamentary majority.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who once accused Saudi leaders of “puppeteering and playing proxy wars” in the Middle East, is now taking on the role of peacemaker in the spat between the kingdom and Qatar.
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will call on opposition lawmakers to help steer Britain out of the European Union as she seeks to reset after her standing was diminished by last month’s disastrous general election.
U.K. Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn will meet with the European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier next week as he stands ready for a snap election that could make him prime minister.
U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said Britain is making progress in its attempts to moderate some of President Donald Trump’s positions, as he praised the U.S. leader for successfully engaging people in politics.
Jeremy Corbyn, leader of the U.K.’s opposition Labour Party, will invoke the memory of radicals who broke machines in the early 19th century as he calls for increased investment in education and training so workers can keep pace with advances in technology.
The crowds cheering his name at the recent Glastonbury music festival are in for a shock if they think Jeremy Corbyn will soften Brexit.
Former U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne was appointed honorary professor of economics at the University of Manchester as he added another role to his portfolio of jobs since quitting frontline politics.
President Donald Trump named New York Jets owner Woody Johnson to serve as U.S. ambassador to the U.K.
Prime Minister Theresa May’s office gave misleading information about the number of high-rise apartment blocks covered in materials suspected of aggravating last week’s fire in west London in which 79 people died, the ministry dealing with the issue said.
The Conservatives and Democratic Unionist Party are close to a deal to keep Prime Minister Theresa May in power, senior figures on both sides signaled.
The Repeal Bill published by Prime Minister Theresa May’s government on Thursday -- downgraded from the “Great” Repeal Bill -- will be seen as a milestone in Britain’s ongoing departure from the European Union. Its passage into law not only will involve a pile of paperwork, but it has opposition lawmakers and the Scottish government raring for a fight. There are many months of work ahead -- and no shortage of additional legislating -- before Brexit is a reality.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposed visit to the U.K. later this year was conspicuous by its absence from Queen Elizabeth II’s speech setting out the program for Prime Minister Theresa May’s government.