Joseph Muscat, who has inside view of Brexit talks as his country holds EU presidency, sees signs that ‘tide is turning’ Brexit may not happen and a political leader in Britain should show courage and
EU responds to chancellor’s remarks, signalling a transition period can only be agreed after separation terms from bloc Britain’s relationship with the EU may look similar to its current one for up to
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of treating Scots like “fools” as she finally admitted she will try and use SNP votes in the general election as a further mandate for a second independence referendum.
Blair, who has been vocal critic of Jeremy Corbyn, refused again to say that Labour leader would be best PM Tony Blair has said that he expects Theresa May to be the next prime minister, arguing that best
LONDON (Reuters) - Armed British police officers arrested a man carrying knives near Prime Minister Theresa May’s office in London on Thursday on suspicion of preparing an act of terrorism. The 27-year-old
David Cameron says Britain must pay Brexit divorce bill as Theresa May meets EU negotatiors in Downing Street
David Cameron has said Britain should settle its £50 billion “divorce bill” with the European Union before trade talks can start, as Theresa May held her first face-to-face meeting with the EU’s chief
Theresa May is facing a Cabinet split over suggestions the Conservatives are poised to abandon a pledge not to raise major taxes after the election. Latest poll tracker and odds Philip Hammond, the Chancellor,
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The U.S. government-backed Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE)and Voice of America launched a new 24-hour Russian-language channel on Tuesday to offer Russian speakers living at home
German Chancellor Angela Merkel arrives for a meeting with Bavarian state premier and CSU leader Horst Seehofer to discuss their differences over refugee policy in Munich, southern Germany February 6,
LONDON (Reuters) - MPs on Monday rejected the first set of proposed amendments to legislation that would give Prime Minister Theresa May the right to notify the European Union of Britain’s intention to
NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - About 60,000 visas were revoked under U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive order temporarily halting immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries, the State Department
BT suffers worst day in more than 30 years as shares are battered by accounts scandal and tough outlook
BT suffered its worst ever day as a public company as an accounting scandal in Italy and the loss of lucrative big contracts at home wiped out all the gains its shares have made under chief executive Patterson.
Lord Neuberger to summarise decision on whether government needs approval of MPs and peers to initiate EU exit The supreme court is due to deliver its eagerly awaited Brexit judgment declaring whether
President Trump has revealed that Barack Obama left a letter for him in the Oval Office, but says he will not be divulging its contents to the media. Speaking at a swearing-in ceremony for senior White