"Theresa May" News

'Leave us alone,' Commission tells leakers
25 minutes ago • Independent

In an otherwise quiet session, Sunday's convincing election victory for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ruling coalition, which gave it another..
31 minutes ago • Zero Hedge
Number 10 as failed to deny that Theresa May "begged for help" to break the deadlock in a Brexit talks, in a crucial dinner with EU officials.
32 minutes ago • Independent

LONDON (Reuters) - British democracy is one of the most secure in the world and will remain so, a spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday in..
40 minutes ago • Reuters

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Another unflattering account of Theresa May at dinner with Jean-Claude Juncker has appeared in a German newspaper and sparked a Twitter spat..
57 minutes ago • Reuters

An EU official denies he was behind a news report Theresa May "begged for help" at a recent dinner.
1 hour ago • BBC News
The Prime Minister was "begging" Jean-Claude Juncker for his help during her 11th hour dinner just days before the European Council meeting that blocked talks..
2 hours ago • City A.M.
Authored by Judith Bergmann via The Gatestone Institute,

· Germany has made no secret of its desire to see its new law copied by the rest of the..
2 hours ago • Zero Hedge
The pair had a hastily-announced dinner ahead of a European Council summit last week
3 hours ago • Independent

Theresa May can only watch and weep as her Japanese counterpart, Shinzo Abe, basks in his thumping election victory, says John Stepek.

The post A..
3 hours ago • MoneyWeek

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Diplomatic theatrics at last week's Brussels summit revealed how European Union leaders will coax British Prime Minister Theresa May over..
5 hours ago • Reuters India

*Today's top story: *Sajid Javid proposes government borrowing to kick-start housebuilding

*Today's leader: *Sajid Javid has grabbed the housebuilding..
5 hours ago • City A.M.
Theresa May looked "despondent", with deep rings under her eyes, EU chief executive Jean-Claude Juncker told aides after dining with the British prime minister..
6 hours ago • EurActiv

The mood music around the EU summit last week was kinder on Theresa May’s ears than most of the political noise she has been hearing lately – both..
8 hours ago • City A.M.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Theresa May looked "despondent", with deep rings under her eyes, EU chief executive Jean-Claude Juncker told aides after dining with the..
8 hours ago • Reuters India

More than 20 top bosses from an array of housebuilders, investors, housing associations and local authorities met Prime Minister Theresa May last Tuesday,..
8 hours ago • City A.M.
Exclusive: New poll for The Independent found 45 per cent think Prime Minister should bring warring Tories in line
11 hours ago • Independent

Authord by Jason Hirthler via CounterPunch.org,

*The grand experiment with western democracy, badly listing thanks to broadsides from profiteering..
11 hours ago • Zero Hedge
Housing secretary Sajid Javid has made a bold pitch to chancellor Philip Hammond ahead of next month's Budget, arguing that the government should borrow..
17 hours ago • City A.M.
The EU Parliament's Brexit negotiator has called on the British premier to outline the trade deal she wants after the UK leaves the EU. He said many Brexiteers..
18 hours ago • Deutsche Welle


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BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Diplomatic theatrics at last week's Brussels summit revealed how European Union leaders will coax Theresa May over the next two months into..
20 hours ago • Reuters India

British expats living in Spain have been reassured they will be able to stay in the country after Brexit id no deal is reached by the time of..
23 hours ago • City A.M.
The International Trade Secretary suggested he would rather take up 'long distance swimming' than be cast away with Theresa May.
1 day ago • MailOnline
Shadow foreign secretary Emily Thornberry warned that “intransigence” from Theresa May has left Britain “heading for no deal”.
1 day ago • Express and Star

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May is on the verge of making concessions around a key welfare reform that has angered opposition parties as..
1 day ago • Reuters India

Theresa May's "climbdown" and a crackdown on British gambling companies are among the stories to lead the newspapers.
2 days ago • BBC News

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