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EU officials are "sceptical" of progress in Luxembourg
The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, is meeting the European Commission president, Jean-Claude Juncker, today in what has been billed as a crunch meeting over Brexit.
Scottish court rules PM Johnson's decision to suspend parliament is unlawful
Scotland’s highest court of appeal ruled on Wednesday that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend parliament for five weeks is unlawful, the lawmaker who led the challenge said.
Blair claims that Johnson can "succeed" in snap general election
Former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, has forcefully waded into Britain’s deepening political and constitutional crisis by warning against a general election.
Johnson's Campaign Manager Helped Saudi Arabia's Disinformation Efforts
One of the closest aides of newly-installed British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has been accused of running a massive online disinformation campaign on behalf of controversial clients, including Saudi Arabia.
May loses opportunity to reset Russia-UK relations
As the old saying goes a picture is worth a thousand words. The outgoing British Prime Minister, Theresa May, could not look more sullen and dismissive even if she tried.
Johnson gets boost in race for UK PM's job as former rival backs him
Boris Johnson got a boost in his bid to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday when one of his former rivals backed him and said he was almost certain to win the contest.
Trump endorses Johnson as ‘very good’ UK prime minister
US President Donald Trump has publicly supported Boris Johnson in his bid to become next British prime minister, saying the eurosceptic politician will be an excellent choice for the job.
UK PM May admits 'huge frustration' over Brexit delay
British Prime Minister Theresa May has defended her decision to delay Brexit, though admitting it has created a “huge frustration” among many people in the UK, as some members of her own party repeating their call for her to resign.
UK PM to give parliament a second chance to approve her Brexit deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May intends to give the UK parliament a second chance to approve a Brexit deal with the European Union as soon as possible.
UK PM refuses MPs demand to rule out no-deal Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May has refused a request from members of parliament to rule out a possibility that the country could leave the European Union at the end of March in a disorderly manner and without an agreement that could set out terms of a Brexit and future relations.
UK Commons to vote on Brexit deal on January 15: Report
British Prime Minister Theresa May has finally announced a date for a highly-anticipated vote in the parliament on her European Union withdrawal agreement.
May heads to Brussels as Spain threatens Brexit summit
British Prime Minister Theresa May was headed back to Brussels on Saturday to defend the planned Brexit divorce deal even as Spain threatened to boycott an EU summit meant to endorse it.
Ousted minister Amber Rudd restored as UK PM defies Brexit pressure
British Prime Minister Theresa May has reappointed one of her staunchest allies to a vacant cabinet post amid growing outcry over her European Union divorce deal.
UK PM May in difficult position over Brexit deal: Analyst
British Prime Minister Theresa May is in a very difficult position over the Brexit deal, says an analyst, adding that the United Kingdom needs the European Union’s economy in order to "survive."
UK May says rebels should accept her Brexit deal or face uncertainty
British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned her opponents that if they reject a Brexit deal that might come out of her talks with the European Union, they will be forced to accept a no-deal situation where Britain will leave the bloc leaving trade and other issues unregulated.

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