Scotland demands new independence vote amid weak economy
As Scotland looks to hold a second independence referendum, the state of the economy will likely play a key role in voters' decision. The Scottish economy has underperformed the U.K.
One shot, several injured in UK parliament 'terrorist incident'
London police say they are responding to a firearms incident near the UK Parliament in the city's Westminster district.
Jim O'Neill expects another House of Lords Brexit loss
Jim O'Neill and Trevor Greetham, head of multi-asset at Royal London Asset Management, discuss the House of Lords ruling on the U.K.'s Brexit plan.
Holger Schmieding sees parliament as last word on Brexit
Francesco Papadia, a non-resident fellow at Bruegel, and Holger Schmieding, chief economist at Berenberg, talk about U.K. House of Lords scrutiny of the Brexit bill and the economic effects they see from the triggering of Article 50.
Brexit remains a mystery as U.K.'s May talks trigger
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said she will trigger the U.K.'s withdrawal from the European Union in the first quarter of next year in a speech to the Conservative Party's annual conference.
Sterling's decline a short-term boost, says French
The U.K. economy has shown some post-Brexit strength. All it needs now is stamina. Focus is on whether the economy can sustain the initial robust readings that came last week.
U.K.'s May brings Brexit talk to Merkel in Berlin
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May will travel to Germany for her first meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel under the weight of Brexit. Bloomberg's Alan Crawford previews their meeting on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
Who is the U.K.'s new prime minister?
The United Kingdom has a new Prime Minister. Her name is Theresa May and is the country's former Home Secretary. But for those not in the know, Bloomberg's Rob Hutton explains who she is and what type of leader she could be.