British Prime Minister Theresa May was the star of the show at the 37th Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Summit on Wednesday.
The first woman and first British leader to address a GCC summit, May told.. Eurasia Review
The British parliament is set to back Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit timetable. This comes after she led a rebellion in her Conservative Party over a lack of insight into the government's strategy.. Source: Wochit Headline News -
Dec.07 -- The battle over Brexit saw the Supreme Court questioning the challenge to the U.K.'s Brexit plans as Parliament holds a non-binding vote late today on triggering Article 50 by the end of next.. Source: Bloomberg Global Business -
Emily Thornberry and David Liddington having a heated debate today during PMQ's surronding the events on Brexit. Liddington accuses Thornberry of not respecting the democratic will of the people Source: HuffPost UK Clips STUDIO -
Prime Minister Theresa May is in Bahrain, meeting with leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), spearheading the UK government’s plans to “turbo-charge” trade with this important trading.. City A.M.
*Rachel Cunliffe, deputy editor at Reaction, says Yes. *
There are two sides to any negotiation, and as you might have noticed, the EU is the larger and more powerful player in the Brexit battle... City A.M.
British Prime Minister Theresa May secured a symbolic victory on Brexit on Wednesday after MPs agreed not to delay her plans to begin the EU exit talks by the end of March, although she had to promise.. Firstpost
The Scottish government is not claiming a veto over the UK leaving the European Union, the Supreme Court heard today.
James Wolfe QC, the lord advocate for the Scottish government, told justices.. City A.M.
MPs have overwhelmingly backed a motion calling on the government to publish its Brexit plans, while also making clear support for triggering Article 50 early next year.
In a vote in the House of.. City A.M.
Full-access to the single market and protections for environmental and workers' rights – these are the things one Bristol MP is demanding if she is going to vote for Brexit.Labour got a major.. Bristol Post
Theresa May, during her campaign and at the beginning of her term as prime minister, repeatedly committed to introducing worker representation on company boards as part of her corporate governance Mondaq