In a surprise move, British Prime Minister Theresa May on Tuesday called a snap election for June 8 in what she says is a bid to give Britain a stable majority for the Brexit negotiations. According to the polls her Conservative Party has a big lead against the other parties. Will May's strategy pay off?
With start of the Brexit process a row over the EU's future budget is now looming. The loss of the British contribution will leave a large hole in the budget, and several countries including Austria and the Visegrád states have already warned that not they but the net contributor nations must fill the gap. Observers anticipate that the budget row will create more problems for the EU.
The parliament in Edinburgh has approved First Minister
Now that the Brexit process has formally begun the EU and the UK are positioning themselves for the upcoming negotiations. London has adopted a more compromising tone in its most recent communications. The Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has expressed willingness to talk about future payments to the EU and a free trade agreement. How much will both sides lose in the negotiations?
Now that the British parliament has approved the
In view of an impending
The British parliament on Wednesday approved the bill allowing the government to trigger Brexit. Although most MPs
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has ordered Labour MPs to support the May government's Brexit bill
The UK's Supreme Court has ruled that the British government cannot launch the Brexit process without consulting parliament in a decision that upholds the High Court
Britain will not remain in the single market after Brexit, Theresa May announced in her
Britain's permanent representative to the EU, Sir Ivan Rogers, has resigned from office, expressing sharp criticism of his government. In
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier has stressed that
The UK's Supreme Court on Monday began hearing the appeal against the High Court ruling that
In his first autumn statement on budget policy the British Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond on Wednesday announced tax cuts and increased public investment. As a result of
British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned the parliamentarians not to oppose the British people's
A leaked British Treasury report warns that Britain would lose billions of euros per year as a result of a hard Brexit. But this didn't stop Prime Minister Theresa May from announcing a
British Prime Minister Theresa May presented a broad outline for the UK's EU exit negotiations on Sunday. She indicated a move toward a "hard"
The Bank of England has cut the benchmark interest rate to a record low of 0.25 percent in a bid to stave off recession after the
Boris Johnson made his first trip to Brussels in his capacity as British foreign secretary on Monday. While there, the controversial
The UK Home Secretary Theresa May and Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom are the two remaining candidates to succeed David Cameron as prime minister and leader of the Conservative Party. The party members will decide between the two in a vote on September 9. Who are these two women who want to govern the country after the
Two weeks after the
To keep companies in Britain after the
Nigel Farage announced his resignation as Ukip leader on Monday, becoming the second figurehead of the British Eurosceptics, after
Many in Britain are questioning the result of the
For the first time in history a country has voted to leave the EU. Just under 51.9 percent of British voters
46.5 million registered British voters will
Barack Obama has clearly warned the British against
With two months to go before the UK referendum first