Britain’s Brexit minister vowed to “get down to work” as he kicked off a first full round of negotiations on July 17, but a year after Britons voted narrowly to quit the EU their government still seemed at odds over what it wants.
Finance minister Philip Hammond said on July 16 that Britain will take responsibility for the money it owes the EU after leaving the bloc, as he acknowledged the cabinet was split over Brexit.
Greece is expected to return to the bond markets in 2018, but having secured its third bailout program Athens may test the waters by issuing a new bond as early as July 17.
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier warned British ministers and businesses who are calling for “frictionless trade” with the EU after Britain leaves that that is “not possible.”
The lawyer for the widow of an American soldier killed in Afghanistan said on July 4 that they have filed an application so that any money paid by the Canadian government to a former Guantanamo Bay prisoner convicted of killing him will go toward the widow and another U.S. soldier injured
Northern Ireland’s Sinn Fein accused British Prime Minister Theresa May on July 5 of setting the peace process back decades after a further delay in talks to form a new government for the province.
Crystal clear ice caves, glacial lakes, spewing volcanoes and crashing waterfalls framed by dark lava columns: Iceland's breathtaking landscapes have become a magnet for Hollywood moviemakers looking to conjure up otherworldly scenery.
Thousands of people marched through London on July 1 to protest over austerity and demand Prime Minister Theresa May’s government resign after its disastrous showing in last month’s election.
The European Union hit Google with a record 2.4-billion-euro anti-trust fine on June 27 for favoring its own shopping service, in a fresh assault on a U.S. tech giant that risks the wrath of President Donald Trump
An Irish naval ship rescued 712 people including pregnant women and infants off the coast of the Libyan capital of Tripoli as part of an international migrant rescue effort, Ireland’s Defence Forces said on May 26
British finance minister Philip Hammond said he was confident Prime Minister Theresa May will strike a deal with Northern Ireland’s Democratic Unionist Party to gain support for her minority government
Theresa May’s fragile minority government in Britain has begun negotiations to leave the European Union.
British Prime Minister Theresa May promised on June 21 to listen more to businesses’ concerns about Brexit as Queen Elizabeth formally opened parliament by announcing the government’s program for the next two years.
Britain and the European Union began their first formal Brexit negotiations on June 19, under pressure to seal a deal amid disarray in London over whether to go for a hard or soft divorce.
Britain begins historic talks on June 19 on leaving the European Union while still mourning the victims of a devastating fire and reeling from an election that has badly weakened the government.
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Politics in Europe continues to surprise. Two important elections showed results which were not predicted by public opinion polls. In the United Kingdom, the Conservative Party has lost its majority and Prime Minister Theresa May has now been forced to form a minority government
British Prime Minister Theresa May began talks yesterday to form an alliance with Northern Ireland’s ultra-conservative DUP party in order to cling to power after her election fiasco, leaving the EU’s Brexit negotiator wondering when divorce talks will begin.
Negotiations on the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union are scheduled to begin on June 19 – less than two weeks away. In the aftermath of Thursday’s shock election result, many assumed Theresa May would stand down, perhaps allowing in a new leader from her Conservative party.
Prime Minister Theresa May was fighting to hold on to her job on June 9 as British voters dealt her a punishing blow, denying her the stronger mandate she had sought to conduct Brexit talks and instead weakening her party's grip on power
Jeremy Corbyn started Britain’s election campaign as a rank outsider, but the opposition Labour leader is riding a surge in support ahead of the June 8 vote
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