The race to become Britain’s next premier heated up on Sunday as Environment Secretary Michael Gove joined a crowded field of hopefuls with competing visions of how to finally pull their divided country out of the EU.
British Prime Minister Theresa May was clinging to power on Thursday after her final Brexit gambit backfired, overshadowing a European election that has shown a United Kingdom still riven over its divorce from the EU.
Protesters waved witty and sometimes rude placards at a what organizers called a "Carnival of Resistance" in Trafalgar Square while Prime Minister Theresa May was in talks with the president a short distance away in Downing Street.
British Prime Minister Theresa May steps down as leader of her Conservative Party on Friday, formally triggering the race for a successor who will try where she failed to deliver Brexit.
One of the leading contenders to replace Theresa May as Britain's next prime minister has admitted to using cocaine two decades ago.
Trump told the Sunday Times in an interview that Britain should "walk away" from talks and refuse to pay a £39 billion ($49 billion) divorce bill if it doesn't get better terms from the EU.
A day after winning the leadership of his Conservative party, the former London mayor and figurehead of the 2016 Brexit campaign formally replaced Theresa May.
Senior Tories have told Prime Minister Theresa May “it is time to go” as her desperate attempts to woo Labour and Tory MPs to her Brexit plan floundered.
British health minister Matt Hancock said on Saturday he would enter the contest to be the next leader of the Conservative Party, the fifth candidate to say they would run to replace