Brexit minister promises no 'Mad Max dystopia'
Britain will not engage in "Mad Max-style" deregulation and easing of workers' rights and environmental standards once it leaves the European Union, the Brexit secretary said Tuesday.
New anti-Brexit party launches in Britain
A new anti-Brexit centrist political party holds its official launch in London Monday, one of several initiatives by pro-European Union campaigners drawing hope from a perceived shift in the British public's mood.
Fresh UK splits as Brexit negotiations resume
Brexit negotiations resumed Tuesday in Brussels as fresh splits rocked British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative party, with one pro-European lawmaker urging her to expel hardline eurosceptics.
100 years of women's suffrage: How one group changed British history
British women won the right to vote 100 years ago after an intense struggle marked by a violent fringe campaign that shocked the country but helped to change the world.
Xi wants 'new level' of China-Britain ties as May visits
Chinese President Xi Jinping told British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday that their countries should take trade ties to "a new level" as London scouts the globe for fresh partnerships after its contentious EU exit.
UK's May sets up EU row over post-Brexit citizens' rights
European Union citizens arriving in Britain during its post-Brexit transition period should not be afforded the same rights as those who arrived earlier, Prime Minister Theresa May said Thursday.
May eyes 'golden era' with China as Brexit looms
China and Britain touted their "golden era" of relations on Wednesday as Prime Minister Theresa May visited Beijing to strengthen her country's global trade links before its contentious divorce with the European Union.
UK seeks to play down leaked Brexit economic study
Prime Minister Theresa May's government on Tuesday sought to play down its own leaked analysis suggesting Britain would be worse off whatever deal it strikes with the EU, warning it was made public to undermine Brexit.