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Rights of 1 million Poles will be respected post-Brexit, May says

The rights of nearly 1 million Poles living in Britain will not be curtailed after the country leaves the European Union, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday.

Think tank: British workers face "dreadful" decade of stagnant wages

British workers could be facing the longest period of wage stagnation since World War II as they are served up "an additional dollop of austerity," an economic think tank said Thursday.

Shadow chancellor: Brexit secrecy will further damage British economy

Britain's economy will continue to suffer as long as Prime Minister Theresa May remains tight-lipped about her Brexit plans, the shadow chancellor insisted Thursday in response to a gloomy...

Farage pushes for US ambassador job despite there being "no vacancy"

British Prime Minister Theresa May has said there is "no vacancy" for the position of ambassador to the United States after president-elect Donald Trump endorsed eurosceptic leader Nigel Farage...

May urges Britain to use Brexit to build "stronger, fairer" economy

Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday urged business leaders to help her use the "historic opportunity" of Britain's exit from the European Union to revitalize the economy and spread wealth to...

Devolved governments, migrants' union to address Brexit legal appeal

The devolved governments of Scotland and Wales and a trade union representing migrant workers will be allowed to address a crucial legal appeal on how Prime Minister Theresa May can trigger Brexit...

May's Conservatives clash over need for help from UKIP's Nigel Farage

British Prime Minister Theresa May is adamant she will not let Nigel Farage play a role in her relationship with Donald Trump, despite some prominent Conservatives welcoming the UK Independence...

Report: Britain's debt could rise by 25 billion pounds after Brexit

The British government is likely to borrow 25 billion pounds (31 billion dollars) more than forecast in last year's budget by 2019-20 in the wake of the Brexit vote in June, an economic think-tank...

Britain opens trade talks with India as it prepares for Brexit

Britain on Monday launched talks to boost trade with India, the world's fastest growing major economy, as it seeks a new global role following its decision to exit the European Union.

Legal setback will not delay Brexit, May assures EU

British Prime Minister Theresa May told European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Friday that her timetable to trigger negotiations for Britain to...

Britain's May in key India visit to develop post-Brexit ties

Britain's Theresa May visits India early next week in what could reveal her strategy on forging non-European Union alliances alongside a hardline approach to immigration.

Scotland's Sturgeon calls Brexit talks with May "deeply frustrating"

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon called talks on Monday with British Prime Minister Theresa May about Britain's plan to leave the European Union "deeply frustrating."

Pressure mounts on "silent" May ahead of Brexit negotiations

Despite the frosty reception she could receive from some of her counterparts, an EU summit could bring the British prime minister welcome relief from the clouds gathering at home: worrying...

May rejects calls for vote as Parliament debates scrutiny of Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday ruled out allowing lawmakers to vote on triggering the Article 50 exit clause to begin formal negotiations to leave the European Union.

Croatian president says outcome of Britain's referendum both shock and wake-up call

The outcome of Britain's referendum was at the same time a shock and a wake-up call over the erosion of people's support for the European Union, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said on...