Government by centuries-old conventions and uncodified rules makes it possible for the powerful to manipulate the system for their own ends
A walkabout in the Yorkshire town of Morley went badly wrong for the British leader.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has lost his majority in the House of Commons, but is pushing ahead with no-deal Brexit plans despite widespread parliamentary opposition.
Sir Nicholas Soames, a former defense minister and 36-year veteran of the House of Commons, was among 21 lawmakers expelled from the Conservative Party over Brexit.
The Queen has approved the prorogation of parliament on the advice of her prime minister, Boris Johnson.
The British prime minister has been condemned by all sides of the political divide and accused of trying to force through Brexit with no deal by sidelining Parliament.
"The last three days have been an unmitigated disaster for the president," Scaramucci said in an interview about Trump at the G-7 Summit.
"Larry, those words came out of Boris Johnson's mouth," CNN anchor Brianna Kielar pushed back. "How do you argue with that?"
The President told reporters he had second thoughts about imposing tariffs on China; as always, the White House swooped in to interpret the remarks.
Priti Patel said she pledges to restore public confidence in law and order by "empowering' officers to go after criminals.
The new prime minister is a natural ally for President Donald Trump, and their enthusiasm, energy and risk-taking personalities make them remarkably compatible.
Brexit is exasperating for the majority of UK-based entrepreneurs. But perhaps the new economy will bring opportunities as well as challenges.
Experts warn that as well as Brexit, Iran is the first major foreign policy problem for Johnson, whom the U.S. president has lavishly praised.
Populism today isn't about giving people "what they want." It's about having what people want, and enjoying it unashamedly.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage floats an electoral pact with new Conservative U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson after U.S. President Donald Trump said they'd "work well" together.
"Surely can't be a coincidence. Any reports of locusts? Raining frogs?" one person joked.
"Our sympathies, even as we share your deep and abiding horror," said writer Laura Anne Gilman.
The Conservative Party chose Boris Johnson as its new leader, meaning he will take over imminently from Theresa May as U.K. Prime Minister.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has a reputation for making offensive remarks throughout his career to date.
Boris Johnson, the Conservative Party leader and new U.K. prime minister, renounced his American citizenship after a dispute with the IRS.
Johnson is expected to win the contest to replace outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May at the end of July.
President Donald Trump has said Johnson would make a "great prime minister," and he'll likely win the role before the end of July.
Rory Stewart is an outsider in the U.K. Conservative Party leadership election, but he is making a big impact on the contest.
"Thinking quickly as I do, I said, 'To all our listeners on Radio Kilkenny, I was not fooled for an instant,'" Johnson said in an interview.
As U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May announces her resignation as Conservative leader shortly before President Donald Trump's state visit, Boris Johnson and Nigel Farage are set to gain.
The British prime minister said, "I will shortly leave the job that it has been the honor of my life to hold."
The former foreign secretary is the favorite to replace Prime Minister Theresa May, whose leadership has been all but undone over Brexit.