'Let healing begin': Boris Johnson calls for closure on Brexit in first speech after landslide win in UK general election
Boris Johnson emerged on to the steps of 10 Downing Street as prime minister of a majority Conservative Party government after winning a landslide victory in the UK general election.
UK Election 2019: Boris Johnson claims Brexit mandate as Conservative Party secures thumping majority
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has won a thumping majority of seats in Britain's Parliament — a decisive outcome to a Brexit-dominated election that should allow Johnson to fulfil his plan to take the UK out of the European Union next month.
Facebook under fire as thousands of political ads go missing from archive days ahead of UK elections
The problem affected Facebook ads from the ruling Conservative Party, the Brexit Party and the Liberal Democrats.
Young voters helped upend the last UK election: With Brexit, jobs, housing on the line, will they do it again in 2019?
In the 2017 UK Election, a dominant performance among young people helped Labour win enough seats to unexpectedly deprive the governing Conservative Party of its parliamentary majority
Ideological opponents NCP-Shiv Sena-Congress form alliance in Maharashtra: List of coalitions of convenience across the world
As Devendra Fadnavis stepped up to be the BJP's fall guy, the discourse has shifted back to the stability and tenability of a alliance government resulting in a marriage between not just political rivals, but those who rest on the opposite ends of ideological spectrum
Speed bump or tortuous path? At televised debate, Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn manoeuvre on Brexit
In Prime Minister Boris Johnson's telling on Tuesday night, Brexit was simple, a speed bump on the road to British prosperity
British prime minister Boris Johnson Wednesday said if he wins next month's general election, he would end the 'paralysis' in Parliament over Brexit
Boris Johnson to make fresh attempt to force early election after EU agrees to postpone Brexit until 31 January
Boris Johnson had previously said he would rather be 'dead in a ditch' than extend the tortuous Brexit process started by the 2016 EU referendum
Paddy Ashdown, the former leader of Britain's Liberal Democrats who served as the international high representative for Bosnia and Herzegovina, has died at the age of 77, his party announced. He revealed in November that he was being treated for bladder cancer.
Theresa May fights rebellion over Brexit deal after four ministers resign, vows to 'see this through'
The Conservative leader said she believed with "every fibre of my being" in the Brexit course she had set, hours after facing a hostile parliament and seeing four ministers, including Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, quit the government.
As fresh rumours swirled of plans to oust her, May accepted that "the reality I now face as prime minister is rather different" than it was.
Brexit may never happen because its main political parties are too divided on the issue, said Vince Cable, a veteran Liberal Democrat lawmaker.
Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron resigns, citing 'scrutiny of religious views' after gay rights stance
Britain's Liberal Democrats leader Tim Farron announced his resignation on Wednesday, citing scrutiny of his religious views over gay rights during the recent general election campaign
On Monday, seeking to reassure a Britain under siege from repeated Islamist terror attacks, Theresa May promised a tougher approach.
Many predictions suggest the Conservatives are on the course for victory. However, Labour might be able to form a government with backing from smaller left-wing parties.
The ruling Conservatives, opposition Labour and Liberal Democrats have unveiled their manifestos for the 2017 general elections.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Wednesday appealed to the public to trust her decision to call for an early general election on 8 June, saying the move will strengthen her hand in the complex Brexit negotiations.
Britain moved one step closer to a final separation from the EU as members of the UK Parliament voted in favour of allowing government to begin Brexit negotiations.
In a setback to UK Prime Minister Theresa May, a pro-European Union lawmaker registered a massive victory on Friday in by-elections in a posh London suburb, indicating a rebuke over the government's plans to pull Britain out of the 28-nation EU
Conservative lawmakers cheered British Prime Minister Theresa May as she repeatedly mocked the opposition while dodging key questions on Brexit on Wednesday, making a confident Parliamentary question time debut.