Having rescued the Brexit negotiations, May also runs the risk of encountering differences with her top ministers or cabinet members on Britain’s situation after it leaves the bloc.
While guaranteeing rights to unborn children who join EU parents after Brexit, PM May also managed to secure agreement for the British citizens to live freely in any member state after Brexit.
Britain has been urging India to abandon its historic lack of interest in what is formally called the Commonwealth of Nations and help revitalise the grouping.
May has been struggling to maintain her authority over her party since a snap election on June 8 which she called thinking she would win by a wide margin but instead resulted in her losing her parliamentary majority.
A meeting of ambassadors from the other 27 EU states had been due to start discussing how to negotiate a transition that would start when Britain quits the bloc in 17 months.
She had failed to follow the usual procedures that ministers follow, which is informing Britain’s Foreign Office before conducting official business overseas.
Theresa May was forced to appoint Gavin Williamson after her ally Michael Fallon quit.
EU wants to see more assurances on expatriate rights and the post-Brexit Irish border before it would assess enough progress was made in the first stage of talks.
A joint statement described a “constructive and friendly” two-hour meeting, during which they “reviewed the progress made in the Article 50 negotiations so far and agreed that these efforts should accelerate over the months to come”.
The US has the worst rate of maternal deaths in the developed world, and 60% are preventable.
Britain and the US are two of eight signatories to the deal, along with Iran, China, France, Russia, Germany and the EU.
May has seen her authority erode since calling and then bungling an election in June, which cost her Conservatives their majority in parliament.
The Sunday Times said it asked May about her plans for Johnson, who has professed loyalty but is accused by some of the prime minister’s allies of undermining her.
The party is keen not to lose its supporters, mostly in northern England, who backed Brexit and have been reticent on how they see the future relationship with the bloc.
May’s proposals for such a transition, for meeting Britain’s financial obligations and for protecting EU citizens’ rights, fell short of what the EU wanted.
The third round of Brexit negotiations, focused on settling the terms of Britain’s exit from the EU, ended on Thursday with a warning from Brussels that more work needed to be done before they moved on to discuss future ties.
Britain set out its determination to negotiate a tailor-made agreement to enforce its own laws and resolve disputes once it has left the bloc in March 2019.
The government will suggest ways of tackling disputes ranging from marital cases to challenges brought by small businesses against EU suppliers.
The so-called “exit bill” is one of the first issues on the Brexit negotiating agenda, and also one of the most contentious.
Britain announced a fire safety review on Friday after tests post last month’s deadly tower block blaze in London found a cladding system used on 82 buildings breached regulations.
Britain’s progress towards life outside the EU became more entangled on Friday, with divisions deepening over Northern Ireland’s border and even the type of divorce Britain actually wants.
The legacy of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act, which partially decriminalised male homosexuality 50 years ago.
The ruling was condemned by activist groups and charities but was welcomed by the British government.
The US, Britain France and others pledged commitment to a decades-old Non-Proliferation Treaty instead, boycotting the talks.
UK will withdraw from an agreement that allows some other European countries to fish between six and 12 miles from its coast to “take back control” of fishing policy.
The Conservatives lost Canterbury for the first time, in what appears to be an act of revenge by the youth for May’s pursuit of a hard version of Brexit.
Hubris led her to stage the election as an endorsement of her personal leadership.
After the London Bridge attack on June 4, the British prime minister said that the country has tolerated too much extremism.
Reports suggest that Prime Minister Theresa May plans to sack Philip Hammond if the Conservative Party remains in power after next week’s election.
British Prime Minister Theresa May said a “no deal would be better than a bad deal” and was prepared to walk away without an accord if necessary.
While May said she would walk away from Brexit without a deal if she had to, Labour rival Jeremy Corbyn said he would make sure an agreement was reached if he won power.
British authorities have become increasingly angered by US leaks from the investigation, saying that such breaches of trust were undermining their efforts.
May said it was possible a wider group was linked to the bombing at Manchester, prompting the increase in security few weeks before the elections.
“One of the soldiers of the Caliphate was able to place an explosive device within a gathering of the Crusaders in the city of Manchester,” ISIS said.
Her collection of pre-election pledges gives a glimpse of what May plans for Britain’s $2.6 trillion economy as she plans the lengthy Brexit negotiations.
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson cited Orwell saying that “Nationalism […] is power-hunger tempered by self-deception”.
He was one of the brilliant mathematical geniuses who helped crack the Nazi codes, but few have ever heard of his name. So who was Bill Tutte?
China is one of the countries Britain hopes to sign a free trade agreement with once it leaves the EU, and London and Beijing have been keen to show that Britain’s withdrawal from the bloc will not affect ties.
A global cyber attack using NSA’s hacking tools has hit international shipper FedEx, Britain’s health system and infected computers in nearly 100 countries.
It was a clear attempt by May to reach more voters, some of whom may not tune into news programmes which are usually dominated by election news and the Brexit.