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BRUSSELS German Chancellor Angela Merkel offered one of her most positive assessments of Brexit talks in months on Thursday, saying she believed negotiations between the EU and Britain were moving forward and dismissing the prospect of a breakdown.
BRUSSELS European Union leaders welcomed a proposal by British Prime Minister Theresa May aimed at unblocking Brexit talks, but said concessions to ease the fears of EU citizens living in Britain were not enough.
LUXEMBOURG/LONDON The European Union told Britain on Tuesday it must make more concessions in talks over its departure from the bloc, offering little hope of a breakthrough for Prime Minister Theresa May at a summit later this week.
LONDON/BRUSSELS Britain and its European Union partners clashed on Monday over which side should make the next move to unblock Brexit talks, despite concerns they will miss a deadline for a divorce deal and that London is heading for a chaotic departure.
MANCHESTER, England British Prime Minister Theresa May’s bid to reassert her dwindling authority was marred on Wednesday by a calamitous keynote speech interrupted by repeated coughing fits, a prankster and even letters of her slogan falling off the stage. | Video
MANCHESTER, England Prime Minister Theresa May set out her quest to tackle social and racial injustice on Tuesday, hoping to shift the focus of her Conservative party's annual conference away from rifts over Britain's exit from the European Union and her leadership.
MANCHESTER, England Apologising for losing her Conservative Party's majority at a June election, Prime Minister Theresa May responded to her critics on Sunday by saying she had the right strategy to lead Britain and win a Brexit deal.
MANCHESTER, England Britain, caught in the crossfire of a damaging trade dispute between planemakers Boeing and Bombardier , said on Sunday it would fight its corner to protect thousands of jobs put at risk in Northern Ireland.
LONDON Prime Minister Theresa May will set out plans to build "a road to a better future" for Britain at her Conservative Party conference next week, hoping to head off a rebellion over her handling of Brexit and the June election.
TALLINN Only "miracles" can move Brexit talks far enough to fulfil Britain's hopes of launching discussions next month on its future ties with the European Union, the head of the European Commission said on Friday.