Tony Blair calls for second vote to fix Brexit 'mess'
"It's a total and complete mess": Former prime minister Tony Blair does not hold back when asked in an interview with AFP what he makes of the British government's approach to Brexit.
UK's official Brexit campaign fined, referred to police
Britain's official Brexit campaign, Vote Leave, has been fined for breaking spending rules in the 2016 EU membership referendum, the Electoral Commission said Tuesday, adding that it had referred the case to the police.
Trump hails ties with UK despite Brexit criticism
US President Donald Trump on Friday played down his extraordinary attack on Britain's plans for Brexit, praising Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership and insisting ties between the two countries "have never been stronger". Trump's first official visit to Britain was overshadowed by his scathing criticism of May's plans for leaving the European Union, which risks…
Trump renews war of words with London's Muslim mayor
A baby-shaped blimp meets a thin-skinned president: cue the renewal of a war of words between Donald Trump and London's first Muslim mayor, encompassing terrorism, crime and good manners.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigns: Downing St
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson resigned on Monday in a major blow for Prime Minister Theresa May, hours after her Brexit minister stepped down over her plans for leaving the EU.
Britain's Brexit minister steps down in blow to May
British Prime Minister Theresa May faced a crisis in her cabinet on Monday after Brexit minister David Davis and one of his deputies resigned over a plan to retain strong economic ties to the EU even after leaving the bloc.
France holds five migrants who rode Britain-bound 'solidarity' bus
French police on Sunday detained five of some two dozen migrants who took part in a "solidarity march" staged by rights activists who had set off from southern France headed for Britain in late April. The 24 migrants were ordered off a bus at the northern port of Calais as it was about to board…
After cabinet Brexit deal, May must persuade MPs and Brussels
British Prime Minister Theresa has persuaded her eurosceptic ministers to back a plan for closer ties with the EU after Brexit, but some MPs expressed alarm -- and she must still sell it to Brussels. After marathon talks at her country retreat on Friday, May secured the agreement of her divided cabinet for a new…
British prime minister challenges Brexit hardliners at marathon talks
British Prime Minister Theresa May challenged hardliners in her warring cabinet to unite behind a Brexit plan and unblock negotiations with the European Union, with warnings she is running out of time to get a deal.