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Huawei: China warns of investment blow to UK over 5G ban
A top Chinese diplomat has warned that there could be "substantial" repercussions for her country's investment in the UK, if Huawei were to be banned from Britain's 5G network.
Theresa May resigns over Brexit: What happened?
It's the question that has kept British politics awash with rumours for months - when will Theresa May resign?
Theresa May resigns as Prime Minister and leader of the Conservative Party
Theresa May has announced she is standing down as Prime Minister on 7 June following months of mounting pressure over her failure to deliver Brexit.
More rumours as Meghan’s birth draws near
As the wait for the new royal baby continues, a new report suggests Harry and Meghan will look at buying a home in California.
Minister dumped for Huawei spy ‘leak’
UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has been dumped by Theresa May after he was accused of leaking top secret documents from a spies summit.
His Royal Cuteness: New photos released as Prince Louis turns 1
Prince Louis is fifth in line to the British throne.
Internet porn to require ID check
Porn fans will soon have to pass an age identification check to view their favourite adult content online in a bid to stop children from being exposed to the racy material.
Julian Assange Arrested on U.S. Extradition Warrant, London Police Say
Sweden has rescinded its arrest warrant for Mr. Assange, but prosecutors have stressed that the case has not been closed and could resume.
Snub? Theresa May arrives in Berlin for Brexit talks… and Merkel doesn’t come to greet her
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s arrival in Berlin for (yet another) round of Brexit talks on Tuesday got off to an awkward start when she emerged from her car and found Chancellor Angela Merkel had not shown up to greet her.
Brexit: Labour to support Norway-style EU proposal
Labour MPs are being urged to back a plan to keep the UK in a Norway-style relationship with the EU, as MPs debate Brexit's next steps.
‘The living dead’: UK in turmoil
Theresa May has suffered another defeat as the British parliament rejected her Brexit deal for a third time, a result the Prime Minister described as “grave”.
Brexit: Government plans to hold new vote
MPs will vote again on Brexit on Friday but it is not clear whether it will be another "meaningful vote" on the PM's withdrawal deal.
Brexit: MPs set out plan to consider alternatives to PM's deal
MPs have set out details of their plan to consider other Brexit options, as Theresa May was warned more ministers could quit unless she changed course.
‘Dangerous, unpredictable’ Brexit threat
It’s long been seen as the “nuclear option”: a way to end the Brexit deadlock and bring the crisis under control. It could make things worse.
Macron says no-deal Brexit if British MPs reject May's plan again
The UK will have to leave the EU with “no deal” if the British MPs reject the EU-backed accord once again, the French President Emmanuel Macron has warned.
Brexit vote: MPs expected to delay leaving EU as second referendum is rejected
UK Parliament has voted overwhelmingly to ask the EU for Brexit to be delayed beyonf the end of the month but opted against a second referendum.
Brexit nightmare is finally here
This is it. The final throw of the dice that could determine the future of the UK for decades. The frightening reality is that no one knows how the week will end.
UK considering unthinkable option
Resignations, betrayal and delays, the UK has been rocked by Brexit shifts. Now its leaders are considering the unthinkable.
May calls for more time on Brexit talks
Theresa May has called on UK MPs to “hold their nerve” and allow votes on Brexit in two weeks in order to give her more time to rework the deal.
Brexit: High-profile Germans plead with UK to stay in EU
Leading German figures have written to the UK asking it to stay in the EU.
UK in crisis after Brexit humiliation
The day after a horror night for the UK’s Theresa May, Brexit lies in tatters and her government is about to fight for the right to stay in power.
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