EU leaders to make Brexit gesture to May
EU leaders were set to agree Friday to start preparatory talks on the bloc's relationship with Britain after Brexit, offering some progress for embattled Prime Minister Theresa May to take back home.
May seeks summit breakthrough with offer on EU citizens
British Prime Minister Theresa May pledged Thursday to treat European nationals living in Britain fairly as she tried to get sceptical EU leaders to revive Brexit negotiations at a summit in Brussels.
Five things to do at the Frankfurt Book Fair
Publishing giant Penguin Random House said at the Frankfurt trade show that it was seeing double-digit growth in audio books around the world. "It harks back to telling and listening to stories around the campfire," CEO Markus Dohle told reporters.
May warns 'ball in EU's court' as Brexit talks resume
Brexit negotiations enter a critical round on Monday with British Prime Minister Theresa May saying the ball is in the EU's court, but the bloc fearing her domestic political woes threaten the talks.
‘I feel privileged to be asked to serve in UK government’
I had previously had constructive engagements and discussions with the former Prime Minister, David Cameron, on what to do about race disparities and how to work with communities to identify or evolve solutions.
Mishaps disrupt UK prime minister as she tries to rally party
Prime Minister Theresa May urged her party Wednesday to back her to deliver bold change for Britain, but her attempt to move past Brexit splits was marred by a protest, a collapsing set and a coughing fit.
Britain's May asks for transition deal after Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May called for a two-year transition after Brexit on Friday in which Britain would largely maintain its current ties with Brussels, in a charm offensive intended to unlock stalled negotiations with the European Union.
Britain to promise €20bn in Brexit bill
British Prime Minister Theresa May will promise to pay a Brexit divorce bill of at least 20 billion euros (£18 billion, $24 billion), the Financial Times newspaper reported on Wednesday.