Labour Party's Jeremy Corbyn looks to cash in on EU's rejection of UK prime minister Theresa May's Brexit plans
Most of Jeremy Corbyn's MPs and his younger supporters are in favour of the European Union, but many voters in the Labour Party's working-class heartlands back Brexit.
Donald Trump in UK: Theresa May pitches for 'unprecedented' free trade agreement with US after Brexit
Theresa May has pitched for a "unprecedented" free trade deal with the US after Brexit with a promise to tear down "bureaucratic barriers" to trade.
Boris Johnson becomes latest high-profile departure from Theresa May Cabinet: PM likely to face leadership contest
The departure of Boris Johnson and David Davis has triggered speculation that Theresa May could face an imminent leadership contest.
British PM Theresa May to face criticism for bypassing Parliament to join US-led air strikes against Syria
British Prime Minister Theresa May will face criticism for bypassing Parliament to join weekend air strikes against Syria, with some lawmakers calling for a potentially damaging vote on her future strategy
Theresa May says Brexit will not divide Great Britain, insists there is no 'hard border' between Northern Ireland, Irish Republic
British prime minister Theresa May on Wednesday rejected any plans that would mean a Brexit border between Northern Ireland and neighbouring Irish Republic.
President Donald Trump attacks UK's National Health Service, angers British politicians across party lines
President Donald Trump attacked the UK's state-funded National Health Service (NHS), angering British politicians across party lines. Trump took to Twitter in response to television coverage of an "NHS in Crisis" march over the weekend in London, claiming it showed how the universal healthcare system offered by NHS is not working.
Finsbury Park attack: Man accused of driving van into Muslims in London says he wanted to kill Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn
A man accused of deliberately driving a van into a group of London Muslims has told his trial that he wanted to kill the British Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.
Just how did the word 'populism' come to have such negative implications, and how does it explain the rise of leaders like Narendra Modi and Donald Trump?
Britain and the European Union struck a divorce deal on Friday that paves the way for arduous talks on future trade ties, easing immediate pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May and boosting hopes of an orderly Brexit.
Fake news, a term heavily popularised by US President Donald Trump, been named the word of the year by Collins dictionary due to its widespread use around the world
While May is expected to appoint a new defence secretary without the need for a very wide reshuffle, the position of another of her senior ministers, First Secretary of State Damian Green, remains precarious after disclosures by an academic and Conservative party activist Kate Maltby.
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party gathers on Sunday for its annual conference, dominated by questions about her leadership and splits on Brexit.
Transport for London (TfL) said the conduct of Uber, which has around 40,000 drivers and 3.5 million customers in the British capital, had raised safety concerns.
A UK MP has criticised some British-Pakistanis for reportedly "going and getting a wife from abroad" for their disabled sons.
The United Kingdom stands with Spain following the "appalling" twin terror attacks in which at least 14 people were killed and 80 others injured, British prime minister Theresa May said on Friday.
Around 15 Conservative party MPs have agreed to sign a no-confidence motion against British prime minister Theresa May as part of a plot to oust her, according to a media report.
Corbyn has sacked three MPs from his leadership team who defied him by voting in favour of an amendment calling for Britain to stay in the European Union's single market
Thousands of people marched through London on Saturday to protest austerity measures and to demand Prime Minister Theresa May's government resign after its disastrous showing in last month's election
Theresa May on Thursday won her first confidence vote by a narrow margin in the House of Commons on her parliamentary agenda set out in the Queen's Speech.