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  • Theresa May honours Geoffrey Boycott

    Former British Prime Minister Theresa May has chosen former cricketer Geoffrey Boycott for a knighthood, honouring her hero whose persistent style she had vowed to emulate in her ultimately failed efforts to deliver Brexit.

  • Theresa May hosts England cricket team

    British Prime Minister Theresa May hosted the World Cup-winning England cricket team in the garden of her Downing Street residence on Monday, describing their win as "one of the great sporting spectacles of our time".

  • Race to replace May leaves Brexit in limbo

    Contenders to succeed Theresa May as Britain's prime minister are prepared to launch their leadership campaigns, leaving Brexit shrouded in uncertainty.

  • How much Brexit delay can EU allow?

    The European Union expects British Prime Minister Theresa May to request a Brexit delay beyond March 29 after the divided UK parliament voted down her divorce agreed with the bloc for the second time on Tuesday.

  • 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.

  • Brits in a fix over Brexit

    Prime Minister Theresa May recently was on a three-nation tour of Africa. Her first stop was South Africa, the first by a British prime minister since 2011. She then went on to Nigeria and Kenya, becoming the first British PM to visit the East African country in over 30 years.

  • British-Bangladeshi gets 30-yr for plot to kill Theresa May

    A Bangladesh origin UK man who plotted to kill British Prime Minister Theresa May receives a prison sentence of at least 30 years Friday from a judge who called him "a very dangerous individual."

  • May avoids trade bill defeat

    British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a battle in parliament yesterday, with pro-EU lawmakers hoping to influence her plans to leave the European Union a day after she bowed to demands from Brexit campaigners.

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    Trump attacks CNN, NBC, British paper in news conference

    US President Donald Trump finds time to attack CNN, NBC and the British tabloid The Sun, and offer fashion advice to a fourth news organization, while talking to reporters Friday with British Prime Minister Theresa May.

  • Sajid Javid appointed as new British interior minister

    Britain's Theresa May appoints Sajid Javid as her new interior minister, elevating the former banker to try to draw a line under an immigration scandal that has threatened the prime minister's authority.

  • Theresa May and the future of negotiations

    Theresa May, the British Prime Minister (PM), is a tough cookie. She took charge on July 13, 2016 following the Brexit vote, and has since then steered UK through some very choppy waters.

  • UK secures homes for London fire victims

    British Prime Minister Theresa May apologised on Wednesday for the state's failure to support those people who survived the massive London tower block fire, and the government secured its first tranche of new homes for displaced residents.

  • Hung parliament in Britain

    Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party fails to win a parliamentary majority in Britain's election, a shock result that plunges domestic politics into turmoil and could delay Brexit talks.

  • UK Conservative, Labour parties halt election campaign

    Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party suspends national campaigning on Sunday for the upcoming election, a spokesman for May said following an attack in London which killed six people.

  • May to succeed Cameron on Wednesday

    Britain's David Cameron says he will resign as prime minister on Wednesday.

  • Leadsom withdraws from UK leadership race

    Energy Minister Andrea Leadsom abruptly withdraws from the contest to succeed David Cameron as Britain's prime minister.

  • May v Leadsom to be next UK PM

    Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom are to battle it out to become the next leader of the Conservative Party after Michael Gove is eliminated from the contest.

  • UK, France seek EU help over Calais

    The UK and France urge other EU nations to help address the root causes of the Calais migrants crisis.