I will make a success of Brexit – Theresa May
01 June 2017 | 2:19 pm
British Prime Minister Theresa May called on voters on Thursday to back her in the UK's general election to build a more united country.
26 Mar 2019
In a bid to break the Brexit deadlock, lawmakers in the UK Parliament have handed Theresa May another defeat. MPs are now expected to vote on a range of Brexit options, including "no deal" and a second referendum.
26 Mar 2019
U.K. Conservative Party lawmaker and rank-and-file Brexiteer Nigel Evans says that he doesn't think Prime Minister Theresa May will still be in office by Easter.
29 Mar 2019
'Theresa May sacrifices herself on the altar of Brexit'
3 Apr 2019
Political commentator Nina Schick discusses possible Brexit scenarios as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May weighs whether to put her deal forward for a fourth Parliamentary vote.
7 Apr 2019
Prime Minister Theresa May has asked for another Brexit delay, this time until the end of June. She added that in light of the delay, the UK will prepare to hold European Parliament elections.
14 Apr 2019
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has now hinted at a customs union compromise with the opposition Labour party in order to deliver Brexit - after repeatedly ruling out the idea in the past. This comes quickly after she secured a second departure delay – now set for October 31st.
24 Apr 2019
After the first televised debate among the candidates, Spain's current prime minister, Pedro Sanchez is still holding a 30% share in opinion polls. But he is unlikely to be an outright winner.
8 May 2019
President Cyril Ramaphosa is hoping that his African National Congress (ANC) keep their comfortable majority in the parliament. The party has won a majority in every election since the end of apartheid in 1994.
15 May 2019
Prime Minister Theresa May intends to introduce a bill implementing the Brexit deal in early June. She's hoping to reach a compromise with Labour to overcome a deadlock in Parliament.
17 May 2019
Theresa May has agreed to set a timeline to quit as U.K. prime minister. Bloomberg's Rob Hutton examines the field of candidates lining up for the chance to replace May on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
24 May 2019
Respect was the predominant tone among European leaders following UK Prime Minister Theresa May's resignation. But they warned that her successor will have to provide "rapid clarification" on Brexit.
7 Jun 2019
Without Brexit, Theresa May might never have occupied 10 Downing Street. It let her in, chewed her up with help from all sides, and spat her out. But Brexit isn't done, neither as a policy nor a political career killer.
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