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4 May 2017
Theresa May faced her first nationwide electoral test as Britain's prime minister on Thursday, as she toughened her Brexit position just weeks before a crucial general election.
4 May 2017
European Parliament President Antonio Tajani on Thursday dismissed a claim by British Prime Minister Theresa May that the EU was trying to influence the outcome of the June election in Britain.
4 May 2017
Britain's Prince Philip, the 95-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II, will retire from public engagements later this year, Buckingham Palace said Thursday.
4 May 2017
There is "no cause for alarm" over the health of Queen Elizabeth II and her husband after a meeting of all royal staff sparked frenzied speculation, a source told AFP Thursday.
3 May 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May visited Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday to mark the dissolution of parliament ahead of next month's surprise election.
3 May 2017
European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said Wednesday that British Prime Minister Theresa May was a "tough lady", after reports of a disastrous Brexit dinner between the pair.
3 May 2017
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange filed a new motion in Sweden Wednesday calling for a European arrest warrant over rape allegations to be dropped, after the United States said it was seeking to arrest him, his lawyer said.
3 May 2017
Britain's Brexit minister David Davis warned Wednesday that it would not be bullied in upcoming negotiations with the EU, and rejected a report that its exit bill could reach 100 billion euros.
3 May 2017
The battle to become France's next president boils down to a sharp clash of contrasting visions.
2 May 2017
Despite an agreement reached Tuesday on a reform package, Europe still needs to provide "credible" debt relief to Greece before the International Monetary Fund can provide more financing, an IMF official said.
2 May 2017
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit strategy came under fresh scrutiny Tuesday following reports of a disastrous meeting with European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker.
2 May 2017
French presidential far-right candidate Marine Le Pen fought off accusations of plagiarism on Tuesday as supporters of her rival Emmanuel Macron warned that a high abstention rate could hurt his chances of victory.

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