UpFront

Does the UK election mark the end for Theresa May?

We speak to former Conservative minister and Brexit supporter Norman Lamont, and ex-Colombia vice president talks FARC.

UpFront

Was the UK election a rejection of Brexit?

We ask former Conservative minister Norman Lamont if the vision of a 'hard' Brexit is over and where the UK is headed.

Counting the Cost

UK election: Brexit plans in disarray

We examine whether Brexit talks are in disarray after Britain's election throws up a hung parliament.

United Kingdom

UK's May to form minority government

Conservative leader receives mandate from queen to form new government, despite losing her majority in general election.

Politics

The UK elections explained

Al Jazeera breaks down the election process and the main contenders.

The UK elections explained

Inside Story

Can the EU go it alone?

Angela Merkel says neither the US nor the UK can be relied upon, so the European Union should plan its own destiny.

European Union

ECJ: Non-EU parents have right to residency in the bloc

Non-EU citizens may obtains right to reside and enjoy benefits, if their child is a citizen of the bloc, court rules.

ECJ: Non-EU parents have right to residency in the bloc

Europe

Local poll boosts May's party before general election

The results give the British Prime Minister Theresa May a boost before next month's Brexit-dominated general election.

Conservatives make strong gains in UK local elections

Brexit

May says EU's Brexit 'threats' timed to affect election

British PM says 'threats' have been made against the UK, as the EU unveils its negotiating stance on Brexit talks.

European Union

EU approves stiff 'divorce' rules for UK's Brexit

Leaders meet and approve eight pages of negotiating guidelines hammered out by diplomats over the past month.

Opinion

Islamophobia can make UKIP relevant again

Now that Brexit is a reality, UKIP has to find another windmill to fight to stay relevant.

Alastair Sloan

by Alastair Sloan

Alastair Sloan

Inside Story

Will looking to its past help Britain's future?

Britain is working to strengthen its economic and political ties with the Commonwealth.

Counting the Cost

A growing world economy: Clear skies ahead?

What's behind the bounce back for the global GDP? Plus, what does the snap UK election mean for its economy?

Brexit

Theresa May: Smart, risky or cynical?

Al Jazeera speaks to three analysts about the reasons for May's surprise move and the vote's impact on Brexit talks.

Brexit

EU: Brexit plans unchanged by UK snap election call

European Council expects full negotiations to start in June as planned despite Theresa May calling for snap UK election.

EU: Brexit plans unchanged by UK snap election call