Brexit

May to EU citizens: 'I want you to stay' after Brexit

Back from Brussels Prime Minister Theresa May wrote an open letter to the citizens of other European Union states.

May to EU citizens: 'I want you to stay' after Brexit

Brexit

British MPs vote to have final say on Brexit deal

British politicians vote in favour of giving parliament the final say on any withdrawal deal with the European Union.

May loses Brexit vote in parliament before EU summit

Brexit

Ireland and Brexit: Five things you need to know

The Republic of Ireland, an EU member state, is the only country to share a land border with the UK.

Ireland and Brexit: Five things you need to know

Europe

Britain and EU reach deal on 'Brexit' divorce terms

Deal paves way for second phase of Brexit negotiations, covering trade talks and transition period.

United Kingdom

UK's May slams Trump for posting anti-Muslim videos

British Prime Minister Theresa May has criticised US President Donald Trump for sharing ant-Muslim videos that were posted online by a 'hateful' British far-right group.

Islamophobia

Trump attacks UK PM over criticism of far right support

British PM says US leader is 'wrong' for retweeting three videos by UK far-right figure, prompting Trump's outburst.

Politics

UK minister Priti Patel resigns over secret Israel trip

Patel held 12 secret meetings, including one with Benjamin Netanyahu, without informing Theresa May's cabinet.

Palestine

Palestinian students slam Balfour celebrations to UK PM

Thousands of students write 100,000 letters to British prime minister explaining why Balfour declaration was a disaster.

Palestinian students slam Balfour celebration to PM May

Europe

Tusk revives suggestion Brexit may not happen

Described as EU’s 'toughest stress test' European Council President Tusk says the onus to stay or leave is on UK.

Tusk revives suggestion Brexit may not happen

Opinion

How May was duped by Trump on trade

It turns out the sway Britain has with the United States was over-estimated by both PM Theresa May and Brexiteers.

Alastair Sloan

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United Kingdom

Comedian pranks British PM with P45 resignation stunt

In front of huge audience, comedian offers leader resignation form saying it came from Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.

UK: Lee Nelson pranks PM Theresa May with P45 stunt

Europe

UK's May offers two-year transition after Brexit

Cautious praise by EU to UK leader's speech, while European leaders urge more clarity on citizens' issue and budget.

Theresa May proposes two-year transition after Brexit

United Kingdom

UK MPs back Brexit bill branded 'power grab' by critics

After more than 13 hours of speeches, members of parliament vote in favour of bill seen as first big Brexit hurdle.