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  • May expected to offer her job for Brexit deal

    British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to indicate a date for quitting as the price for getting her twice-defeated Brexit deal ratified, while parliament tries to select its own alternative from a multiple-choice list of options.

  • May refuses to rule out no-deal Brexit

    British Prime Minister Theresa May sought to break the parliamentary deadlock over Brexit yesterday by proposing to seek further concessions from the European Union on a plan to prevent customs checks on the Irish border.

  • 'Paralysis' in House looms

    Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday published further assurances from the EU on the eve of a crucial parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal and warned MPs that rejecting it would lead to "paralysis" that could see Britain stay in the bloc.

  • Jo Johnson quits UK government over Brexit

    Jo Johnson, the younger brother of Boris, resigns from British Prime Minister Theresa May's government, calling in a withering critique for another referendum to avoid her Brexit plans unleashing Britain's greatest crisis since World War Two.

  • UK PM rallies ministers on eve of crucial Brexit summit

    British Prime Minister Theresa May gathered her divided cabinet yesterday to seek their support for her approach to Brexit, the day before she addresses EU leaders at a crucial Brussels summit.

  • British PM's deputy resigns over conduct probe

    British Prime Minister Theresa May accepts the resignation of her deputy Damian Green, who announced he was stepping down following a probe into his conduct.

  • UK PM 'outraged' by NKorea missile ahead of Japan trip

    British Prime Minister Theresa May, due in Tokyo is "outraged" by North Korea firing a ballistic missile over Japan, her Downing Street office says.

  • Struggling British PM faces confidence vote

    British Prime Minister Theresa May's government faces a vote of confidence today, three weeks after a disastrous election left her authority in tatters and her Brexit strategy in doubt.

  • Cabinet meeting provides first post-election test for embattled May

    British Prime Minister Theresa May is expected to hold her first cabinet meeting in an early test of her hopes of forming a stable government after a crushing election setback. Facing demands to quit after her electoral gamble failed, May schedules an early weekend meeting of her governing circle in an apparent bid to reassert authority and project stability.

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    Defiant May vows to stay on despite UK election blow

    Prime Minister Theresa May says she would form a new government to provide certainty and lead Britain in talks with the European Union to secure a successful Brexit deal.

  • Britain votes in shadow of terror, looming Brexit talks

    Britons stream to the polls for the third time in two years after a campaign overshadowed by terror attacks and the uncertainty of Brexit.

  • Theresa May becomes UK prime minister

    Theresa May becomes British prime minister after being appointed by Queen Elizabeth shortly after the monarch accepted David Cameron's resignation.