May makes fresh push for Brexit deal with new timetable
British Prime Minister Theresa May huddled with her ministers on Friday as she plotted a renewed bid to convince MPs to back her EU divorce deal after securing a delay to Brexit from European leaders in Brussels.
'Anything is possible' on Brexit, says EU's Tusk
EU Council President Donald Tusk said Friday that all Brexit options are on the table until the new April 12 deadline, including Britain cancelling its withdrawal.
Besieged May pleads with EU to help save her Brexit plan
A dogged but isolated Prime Minister Theresa May was headed back to Brussels on Thursday to beg for more time to deliver her Brexit plan, in defiance of the MPs who twice rejected the withdrawal deal.
Criticizing Britain and Germany, Trump tears up diplomatic rules
President Donald Trump is once again tearing up the diplomatic norm of treading lightly in allies' domestic politics, with his team attacking Britain's beleaguered leader over Brexit and irritating Germany. Trump, who has slaughtered so many sacred cows in US politics, has shown no compunction over lambasting Prime Minister Theresa May's handling of Britain's most…
Britain has requested Brexit delay until June 30: PM
Britain has asked EU leaders to delay Brexit until June 30, Prime Minister Theresa May told parliament on Wednesday, on eve of an EU summit in Brussels.
British PM seeks brief Brexit delay from hesitant EU
Britain will write to the EU on Wednesday to seek a short delay to Brexit, but Brussels has warned any decision may only come next week -- just before the scheduled departure date.
Eurostar service hit by French customs strike
Eurostar trains from Paris to London were hit by cancellations and "severe delays" on Sunday as French customs officers staged work-to-rule industrial action. The customs officers are demanding higher pay and better working conditions while seeking to demonstrate what might happen if full border controls are put in place once Britain leaves the European Union.…
Britain opens far-right terror probe into stabbing
British police said on Sunday they had launched a terror investigation into a non-fatal stabbing attack "inspired by the far right" in suburban London. Counter-terror police said a 50-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and racially aggravated public order offences following Saturday's incident in Surrey. "While this investigation is still in…