British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives struck a deal with an ultra-conservative party that will allow them to govern in exchange for an extra £1 billion in funds for Northern Ireland
Northern Irish DUP leader Arlene Foster said she was "delighted" that a deal had been struck, while May said the Conservatives and the DUP "share many values".
Britain has endured a tumultuous period in recent months including four terror attacks, a catastrophic fire and a dramatic election that left Theresa May's Conservative government badly weakened
The EU's Brexit chief met British officials to try to hammer out a date for the start of formal talks, as concerns grew that negotiations could be delayed.
Supporters of hard and soft Brexit tried to take advantage of the political chaos in Britain to promote their visions amid fears that their rivalry could revive old divisions in the Conservative Party
Talks due to start on restoring a power-sharing deal in Northern Ireland risk becoming even more arduous as the province's DUP nears an alliance with Britain's Conservative Party
On Monday, seeking to reassure a Britain under siege from repeated Islamist terror attacks, Theresa May promised a tougher approach.
Theresa May's two closest advisers, Nick Timothy and Fiona Hill, resigned after taking responsibility for the election debacle for the Conservative Party
In India, we don't have any professional organisation which can match the degree of accuracy and consistency that the BBC-sponsored exit polls have achieved in predicting the outcome of the general elections in UK
On his website, Banksy said he had been warned by a national watchdog, the Electoral Commission, that his offer would "invalidate the election result"
US President Donald Trump has spoken over phone with British Prime Minister Theresa May and offered his "warm support" after her Conservative party failed to muster a simple majority in Britain's snap polls
Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists were in talks to become kingmakers by lending Theresa May enough backing for a parliamentary majority
Theresa May is looking to Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party, which won 10 seats in Thursday's voting, to form a coalition government
UK Election 2017: Theresa May to form fragile govt after poll debacle, uncertainty over Brexit talks
British Prime Minister Theresa May will form a government supported by a small Northern Irish party after her Conservative Party lost its parliamentary majority in an election debacle days before talks on Britain's EU departure are due to begin.
Brexit is expected to be the central factor behind voting patterns, including for the estimated 1.5 million Indian-origin voters.
Ireland's Indian-origin prime minister-designate Leo Varadkar said the UK general election outcome indicates there is no strong mandate to proceed with a hard Brexit.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is looking to Northern Ireland for support in forming a new government now that her Conservative Party has lost its majority status in Parliament.
Paul Nuttall resigned as leader of the anti-EU UK Independence Party after its support evaporated in the British election and it failed to win a single seat.
Jeremy Corbyn said Theresa May had "lost votes, lost support and lost confidence" of the people.
Theresa May didn’t lose the UK General Election, but then she didn’t exactly win either