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2 Nov 2019
The EU and the UK have reached a new deal that's supposed to ensure Britain leaves the European Union in an orderly way. But how's this deal different from the one negotiated by the government of previous PM Theresa May?
19 Jul 2019
British Prime Minister Theresa May gave England's World Cup-winning team reception in 10 Downing Street on Monday.
20 Jun 2019
Prime Minister Theresa May has expressed disappointment over the court's ruling and said her government would seek permission to appeal. Campaigners say the UK-Saudi arms deal violates international humanitarian law.
16 Jun 2019
Theresa May steps down: 'The next prime minister will have a huge task ahead'.
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.
4 Jun 2019
President Donald Trump says the mayor of London and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn are both "negative forces." He also says the protests staged against him in London are "fake news." Trump spoke at a press conference with U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May.
4 Jun 2019
President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Theresa May met as part of a three-day state visit as Trump talks of the promise of a "very, very substantial' post-Brexit trade deal.
3 Jun 2019
In London, US President Donald Trump will be met with wide-scale protests and a febrile political climate. Outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May issued the invitation before her time in office was genuinely numbered.
2 Jun 2019
British Prime Minister Theresa May laments a "very disappointing" result from European Parliament elections in which her Conservatives were crushed by the Brexit Party of anti-EU populist Nigel Farage.
25 May 2019
will reportedly be announcing a timeline for her resignation today. Bloomberg has learned the decision follows a backlash over Brexit plans.
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.
24 May 2019
Prime Minister Theresa May announced that she will step down on June 7, saying it is in the best interests of the country that a new prime minister should lead the effort to find Parliament consensus on Brexit.

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