UK PM contenders say EU will drop Irish backstop for Brexit deal
The two candidates vying to become Britain's next prime minister both said Friday they believe the EU will agree on a Brexit deal this year without the controversial "backstop" provision for the Irish border.
Boris Johnson spreading Brexit 'untruths': leading MEP
The EU's Brexit coordinator on Friday accused British prime ministerial hopeful Boris Johnson of spreading "untruths" about leaving the EU after a report that the front-runner called the French "turds" over their stance on the issue.
UK's Hunt urges leadership rival Johnson not to be 'coward'
Jeremy Hunt, the underdog in a bitter battle with Boris Johnson to become Britain's next prime minister, on Monday called on his rival not to be "a coward" trying to "avoid scrutiny" over a domestic row.
UK's Boris Johnson under pressure to explain domestic 'row'
Boris Johnson, the strong favourite to become Britain's next prime minister, came under pressure from figures in his own party on Sunday to explain reports of a domestic 'row' that led to a police visit. Although still heavily backed to beat Jeremy Hunt to become Conservative Party leader, and therefore prime minister, a snap poll…
Battle heats up to tackle Boris Johnson and be British PM
The battle to make the two-man shortlist to become Britain's prime minister, which will almost certainly include Boris Johnson, heats up on Wednesday when another contender will be eliminated.
Rivals for British PM take aim at Johnson
The six contenders vying to become Britain's next prime minister held a leadership hustings on Saturday with rival candidates aiming their fire at frontrunner Boris Johnson.
Boris Johnson challenges misconduct summons in court
Former foreign minister Boris Johnson, the frontrunner to replace Theresa May as Britain's prime minister, on Friday challenged a lawsuit accusing him of knowingly lying during the Brexit referendum campaign.
Trump urges Britain to go for no-deal Brexit
Britain should go for a no-deal Brexit with the EU and refuse to pay the agreed £39 billion (45 billion euros, $50 billion) divorce bill, US President Donald Trump told The Sunday Times newspaper on the eve of a visit to London. The comments by America's outspoken leader came after he told The Sun newspaper…