Rethink after British prime minister chimes in on Big Ben ding-dong
Britain's Parliament said Wednesday it would reconsider plans to silence Big Ben for four years after Prime Minister Theresa May chimed in to a growing MPs' revolt.
UK prime minister fends off jokes about her future before summer break
Beleaguered British Prime Minister Theresa May batted off jokes about her weakened government Wednesday during her final parliamentary grilling before escaping for the summer recess.
Doubts over Brexit mount as May marks a year in power
A weakened Theresa May came under fresh pressure Tuesday to soften her Brexit position, adding to uncertainty about her negotiating strategy with Brussels one year after she became Britain's leader.
Weakened British prime minister reaches out to rivals
British Prime Minister Theresa May acknowledged the "reality" of her weakened position Monday by appealing to other parties to help implement Brexit, as she sought to relaunch her year-old premiership.
Theresa May is said to hit reset with vision for Brexit Britain
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May is planning to relaunch her political mission to deliver Brexit and help ordinary working people, as she tries to put last month’s disastrous election result behind her, according to a senior government official.
Trump eyes swift UK trade deal, says state visit to go ahead
US President Donald Trump said Saturday his controversial state visit to Britain will go ahead, adding that he was hoping for a "very powerful" trade deal with London "very, very quickly".
British prime minister defends austerity amid cabinet splits
Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday defended her government's policy of austerity, amid signs of cabinet splits over the seven-year squeeze on public spending.
UK to probe widespread use of cladding after tower blaze
Prime Minister Theresa May promised an investigation Tuesday into the use of cladding on British high-rise buildings following the deadly Grenfell Tower fire, after safety tests on 95 similar blocks recorded a 100-percent failure rate.
May sets out Brexit proposals for EU nationals
British Prime Minister Theresa May faced a backlash Monday after setting out proposals for the rights of EU nationals after Brexit that include new residency permit requirements and family reunion rules.