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Britain's Labour leader Corbyn overtakes PM May in YouGov poll

Britain's Labour leader Corbyn overtakes PM May in YouGov poll

When asked who make the best prime minister, the YouGov poll for The Times showed 35 percent of voters would prefer Corbyn, while 34 percent favoured May. 

 

British PM May accepts voters are tired of 'austerity': Report

British PM May accepts voters are tired of 'austerity': Report

 British Prime Minister Theresa May has accepted that voters` patience with austerity is at an end, the Times of London newspaper reported on Tuesday, citing unidentified sources. 

Brexit minister Davis says UK could still walk away with no deal

Brexit minister Davis says UK could still walk away with no deal

Britain`s Brexit minister David Davis said Britain could still walk away from negotiations with the European Union with no deal, and it was important to keep that option as talks over the terms of Britain`s departure from the bloc begin.

British PM Theresa May reaches 'outline' power deal after election fiasco

British PM Theresa May reaches 'outline' power deal after election fiasco

May's Conservatives lost their parliamentary majority in Thursday's vote and need the support of the 10 MPs from Northern Ireland's DUP to have a majority.

British PM  Theresa May's top aides quit after election disaster

British PM Theresa May's top aides quit after election disaster

Timothy and Hill have been accused of creating a "toxic" atmosphere in Downing Street.
 

Northern Irish unionists to open talks with UK's Theresa May about support

The DUP - which defends Northern Ireland remaining part of the United Kingdom and takes a conservative approach to social issues.

Scottish secessionist dreams of swift independence vote dashed

Sturgeon`s party, which nearly swept the board in Scotland two years ago, lost heavyweights to a Conservative Party reinvigorated by Scottish leader Ruth Davidson.
 

UK vote shows discontent over May`s Brexit strategy: Germany

German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said Friday that the UK vote reflected popular discontent over Prime Minister Theresa May`s hard Brexit strategy.

Britain in political chaos after election shock, uncertainty over Brexit talks

Britain in political chaos after election shock, uncertainty over Brexit talks

British voters dealt Prime Minister Theresa May a devastating blow in a snap election she had called to strengthen her hand in Brexit talks, wiping out her parliamentary majority and throwing the country into political turmoil.

UK vote a gamble that could complicate Brexit: Europe leaders

UK vote a gamble that could complicate Brexit: Europe leaders

"As far as the EU is concerned, we are ready to open negotiations" on Britain`s exit from the EU," Pierre Moscovici added.

UK election: PM Theresa May's Conservative Party fails to win majority; Opposition calls for resignation

UK election: PM Theresa May's Conservative Party fails to win majority; Opposition calls for resignation

UK Prime Minister Theresa May`s ruling Conservative Party has failed to win an overall majority in snap elections, and the country is now set for a hung Parliament, media reports said on Friday.

What happens with Brexit if there's no clear winner of UK election?

What happens with Brexit if there's no clear winner of UK election?

Prime Minister Theresa May`s Conservative Party will fail to win a parliamentary majority in Britain's election, according to an exit poll on Thursday, a shock result that would plunge domestic politics into turmoil and could delay Brexit talks.

UK election hangs in balance in disastrous night for PM Theresa May

UK election hangs in balance in disastrous night for PM Theresa May

Prime Minister Theresa May faced calls to quit on Friday after her election gamble to win a stronger mandate backfired, throwing British politics into turmoil and potentially delaying the start of Brexit negotiations.

Britain's Corbyn calls for Theresa May to quit after election losses

British Prime Minister Theresa May should step down after losses for her Conservative Party in the general election.

Britain votes in shadow of terror, looming Brexit talks

Britons streamed to the polls for the third time in two years on Thursday.

British general election: What the polls say

British general election: What the polls say

Opinion polls show the outcome of the general election could be a lot tighter than had been predicted when Prime Minister Theresa May announced the vote six weeks ago.

UK Conservative lawmaker charged with campaign finance offence: Prosecutors

UK Conservative lawmaker charged with campaign finance offence: Prosecutors

The British lawmaker who beat Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage in a 2015 national election battle has been charged with criminal offences related to spending on the campaign, prosecutors said on Friday, a week before a fresh national election.

Rattled UK PM Theresa May forced into 'dementia tax'; U-turn after poll lead halves

British Prime Minister Theresa May was forced to backtrack on one of her most striking election pledges on Monday to force elderly people to pay more for their social care after her party`s opinion poll lead halved in just a few days.

In surprise, UK ex-finance minister Osborne named editor of London paper

George Osborne, now 45, became Britain`s youngest chancellor of the exchequer for more than a century when the Conservatives took power in 2010.

UK's ruling Conservatives fined over election expenses, police alerted

UK's ruling Conservatives fined over election expenses, police alerted

Britain`s ruling Conservative Party has been fined 70,000 pounds ($85,932.00) for breaching rules which govern spending during an election campaign and the matter has been referred to police, Britain`s Electoral Commission said on Thursday.