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Scotland's Sturgeon calls Brexit talks with May "deeply frustrating"

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon called talks on Monday with British Prime Minister Theresa May about Britain's plan to leave the European Union "deeply frustrating."

Pressure mounts on "silent" May ahead of Brexit negotiations

Despite the frosty reception she could receive from some of her counterparts, an EU summit could bring the British prime minister welcome relief from the clouds gathering at home: worrying...

May rejects calls for vote as Parliament debates scrutiny of Brexit

Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday ruled out allowing lawmakers to vote on triggering the Article 50 exit clause to begin formal negotiations to leave the European Union.

Croatian president says outcome of Britain's referendum both shock and wake-up call

The outcome of Britain's referendum was at the same time a shock and a wake-up call over the erosion of people's support for the European Union, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said on...

President says Croatia to protect its nationals after Brexit

Croatia will do its best to protect the rights and interests of its citizens in Great Britain following that country's decision to leave the EU, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic said in...

May meets Danish, Dutch leaders as lawmakers call for Brexit vote

Prime Minister Theresa May met Danish counterpart Lars-Lokke Rasmussen on Monday as she faced growing calls for British lawmakers to be given a vote on her Brexit negotiating strategy.

May sells "new future" with Brexit as opposition slams "doublespeak"

Leaving the European Union will provide an opportunity to "reshape" the nation and "bring power home," British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday.

May says Brexit negotiations to open by end of March with "no delays"

London (dpa) - Britain will begin the process of negotiating its exit from the European Union by the end of March with "no unnecessary delays," Prime Minister Theresa May said Sunday.

Calls grow for May to outline Brexit negotiating plans

Calls grew for Prime Minister Theresa May to outline plans for her Brexit negotiating strategy on Thursday, after a think tank warned that her "silence" was confusing for other EU nations and...

Britain urges more distinction between refugees and economic migrants

British Prime Minister Theresa May is to call for a "better distinction between refugees and economic migrants" in her speech to a UN summit on migration on Monday.

May's party "cannot be trusted on Brexit," new UKIP leader says

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives "cannot be trusted on Brexit," Diane James, the newly elected leader of the eurosceptic UK Independence Party, said on Friday.

EU's Tusk tells Britain's May "ball is now in your court" on Brexit

"The ball is now in your court" on Brexit, European Council President Donald Tusk told British Prime Minister Theresa May at a meeting in London on Thursday, the Press Association reported.

Obama to May: US won't let Brexit hurt US-British relations

US President Barack Obama on Sunday offered assurances to British Prime Minister Theresa May of the enduring US-British alliance in the first meeting between the leaders since May took office in...

May warns of "difficult times ahead" for UK economy

British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned that the UK faces "difficult times ahead" as the country prepares to leave the European Union, the British news agency Press Association reported.

British premier adamant on Brexit at cabinet brainstorm

British Prime Minister Theresa May told her cabinet ministers Wednesday that there would be no going back on her pledge to enact Britain's departure from the European Union.