Raab resigns as Britain's Brexit minister
British leader Theresa May suffered a huge blow on Thursday when a series of ministers including her Brexit secretary quit as she tried to sell her proposed EU withdrawal agreement to a divided parliament.
UK's May takes Brexit deal to rebellious lawmakers
British Prime Minister Theresa May will on Thursday begin trying to sell her Brexit deal to parliament, boosted by news that Europe is preparing a rapid summit to sign off on the agreement.
May pays WWI respects in France with Brexit in background
British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron are to commemorate their countries' shared sacrifice in the First World War on Friday, while also discussing the more thorny issue of their post-Brexit relationship.
UK Prime minister holds course against mutinous party over Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May urged her increasingly mutinous party on Monday to back her strategy over Brexit, insisting a deal with the EU was close even as she once again rejected the bloc's proposal for the Irish border.
Tens of thousands rally in London for new Brexit vote
Tens of thousands of people opposed to Britain's looming breakup with the EU rallied in the heart of London on Saturday, according to organisers, in the latest bid to try and stop Brexit. The march on parliament began as a noisy and festive affair, uniting a giant crowd in the seemingly hopeless task of convincing…
Tusk to ask May for 'concrete proposals' to break Brexit impasse
EU summit host Donald Tusk on Tuesday said he will ask British Prime Minister Theresa May for concrete and creative proposals to break the Brexit impasse, as she tried to rally her divided cabinet.
Scottish leader vows to reject UK prime minister's Brexit deal
Scotland's pro-independence leader vowed on Monday to vote against any Brexit agreement that fails to preserve much closer EU-UK ties than currently under discussion.
EU workers moving to UK post-Brexit need visas, skills
EU workers coming to settle in Britain after Brexit will require visas and the preference will be for high-skilled immigrants, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday.
Johnson ups the pressure as UK's May gathers fractious party
British Prime Minister Theresa May and her allies called for unity Sunday after former colleague Boris Johnson hijacked the opening of their Conservative party's annual conference with another attack on the government's Brexit plan. Former foreign minister Johnson, long tipped as a successor to May, used a newspaper interview to condemn her plan for close…