Theresa May hints at Brexit compromise with labour
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.
UK lays plans to contest European elections
Prime Minister May's Conservative Party stressed that it was not "inevitable" that Britain take part. British political parties remain deadlocked over how to handle the country's exit from Europe.
May to Meet with Macron, Merkel
Theresa May will meet with her French and German counterparts today as part of her efforts to win a short delay to Brexit, but the prime minister restarts her European charm offensive. Her position at home is increasingly unstable. Talks with the opposition remain stalled and one Tory MP is demanding a fresh vote on May’s premiership.
British PM Theresa May asks EU to delay Brexit until June 30
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.
Hard to see EU agreeing to June 30 Brexit delay: Jim O'Neill
Chatham House Chair Jim O'Neill discusses Prime Minister Theresa May's request for a Brexit delay and the chances of a second referendum. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene at the Ambrosetti Forum in Cernobbio, Italy, on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
UK to ask for Article 50 extension, work with opposition to take Brexit forward
The UK government is to ask for an extension to Article 50 to find a way out of the Brexit impasse. Prime Minister Theresa May said she would work with the opposition to agree a plan to take the Brexit process forward.
Theresa May `Literally Too Weak to Resign,' Rasmussen's Schick says
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.
Survivors of Christchurch mosque shootings tell of lucky escapes
The attack on Friday which Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern labelled as terrorism, was the worst ever peacetime mass killing in New Zealand, leaving 49 dead and dozens wounded.
"Our gun laws will change" says NZ Prime Minister
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern vowed to change the country's gun laws on Monday after the Christchurch mosque shootings that saw 50 people killed.