LONDON After winning the begrudging endorsement of a cabinet in which around 10 ministers raised objections to her Brexit deal, British PM Theresa May now encounters the biggest hurdle: parliament.
LONDON The question for Theresa May over the next eight hours or so is whether she has the support of enough of her cabinet ministers to take a draft Brexit deal to a Brussels summit for rubber-stamping in a couple of weeks time.
LONDON Depending on what the political lie of the land is from one day to the next, the UK government will insist either that 95 percent of the Brexit deal with the EU is done, or that considerable unresolved issues remain.
LONDON British PM Theresa May has called off a special cabinet meeting on Brexit pencilled in for today, local media report, amid growing signs she would not get parliamentary backing for her proposed compromise with the European Union.
LONDON After phone calls with the leaders of Ireland, Germany and Austria already this week, British PM Theresa May heads to Brussels tonight for a working dinner with other NATO leaders.
LONDON European capitals will be picking through what the U.S. midterm congressional elections mean for them today, as Donald Trump's Republicans consolidated their hold on the Senate but Democrats won control of the House of Representatives.
LONDON Eurosceptic UK ministers will today urge PM Theresa May to "stare down" the EU over the vexed question of a post-Brexit Irish border, according to media leaks ahead of the weekly cabinet meeting.
LONDON Finance ministers from the euro zone countries discuss what to do about Italy today after rejecting Rome's draft 2019 budget, the first time that a stand-off over a member state's deficit has reached such a pass.
LONDON Sterling has jumped on a Times report that the UK has struck a tentative deal with the European Union that would give UK financial services companies continued access to European markets after Brexit.
LONDON After a UK budget this week which the Confederation of British Industry said contained "more treats than tricks for business", PM Theresa May will follow up today by meeting around 120 chief executives and international investors to discuss Brexit and the economy.