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A newspaper report that British Prime Minister Theresa May is preparing to offer up to 20 billion pounds more to the European Union as part of Brexit divorce bill is speculation
The UK Parliament's powerful intelligence and security committee is under pressure to launch an investigation into the extent of Russian influence on Brexit through social media.
The UK government has announced that it will double the number of visas offered to non-EU nationals professionals post-Brexit.
A fragile government, a legislative minefield and a jittery economy are turning up the tension as Britain tries to turn its vote to leave the European Union into a reality.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has issued a stark warning to Russian President Vladimir Putin to stop using fake news as a weapon against the West and undermine their institutions.
Embattled Prime Minister Theresa May faces the prospect of rebellion from within her party by anti-Brexit MPs unhappy with aspects of the legislation.
May begins a major parliamentary battle over Brexit on Tuesday, facing competing demands by MPs to change her strategy as tensions rise among her scandal-hit ministers.
British Prime Minister Theresa May set out plans to enshrine in law the exact date and time for Britain’s exit from the economic bloc.
May promoted Brexit-supporting junior minister Penny Mordaunt to the cabinet role of international development secretary after Patel was forced to resign.
Britain's government is looking increasingly fragile at a time when it should be operating at full throttle for Brexit negotiations.
The European Union is ready to begin Brexit trade talks at the start of next year, but Britain must first meet its divorce terms in the next few weeks.
Britain's overseas aid minister Priti Patel quit over unauthorised meetings in Israel, becoming the latest cabinet member caught up in a whirlwind of scandals rocking PM Theresa May's government.
British International Development Secretary Priti Patel was summoned back from a trip to Africa to meet with May, with speculation she would be fired.
It is being claimed that Patel deliberately avoided facing questions over the issue from MPs in the House of Commons yesterday, by bringing forward her flight to Kenya.
Prime Minister Theresa May today pledged to create a "culture of respect" at the heart of Britain's public life amid a string of allegations of sexual misconduct against several politicians.