On Boris Johnson's first birthday as British Prime Minister, how has his relationship with Donald Trump changed?
Unless the U.K. reaches a deal with the E.U. by December 31, it will be left to trade with the European bloc on World Trade Organization rules.
Though Brits may not uniformly appreciate his style, Donald Trump is a strong devotee of the "Special Relationship."
The E.U.'s chief negotiator accused the U.K. of backtracking on commitments as another round of talks concluded on a post-Brexit trade deal.
In a poll for Newsweek, a majority of Britons said they do not think the Trump Administration will treat the U.K. "fairly and respectfully" in trade negotiations.
A British man's tweet about waiting in line for an hour at an Amsterdam airport went viral with many explaining the consequences of Brexit to him.
Now is the time for universities to transform, for it is they who are best placed to address the most pressing issues in this rapidly changing world.
Britain's withdrawal from the EU means American industry and military will lose a key ally and advocate within European defense structures.
A report from researchers at the University of Cambridge found a global rise in democratic "malaise." The subsequent rise in populism is "less a cause" and "more a symptom," they say.
"These will not be legal tender in our household," said King's College London Prof. Jonathan Grant about the Brexit coin.
From Brexit to Donald Trump to the tech backlash, values drove the 2010s, and mastering them will be key to success in the decade ahead.
Smugglers are using Brexit to convince migrants and asylum seekers to pay thousands in order to get to Britain.
Conspiracy theories fixate on a very simple story which acts as a fable for an overarching worldview, explains Philip Seargeant, a senior lecturer in applied linguistics at The Open University.
Johnson resisted calls to release the report before the election, in which he swept to victory last week.
Boris Johnson's Conservative Party won a majority promising to "get Brexit done." But Nigel Farage, Brexit Party leader, is waiting a while before stepping away from politics.
Pledging to "get Brexit done," and secure a U.S.-U.K. trade deal, the Conservative party leader won a huge victory in the general election.
In preparation for the general election, Boris Johnson has created an ad campaign that parodies a famous scene in the movie 'Love, Actually,' while Hugh Grant, the star of that film, goes door to door for Johnson's Liberal Democrat opponents.
On both sides of the Atlantic, democracy is under the threat of elites who think they know better.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's team is bracing for a possible intervention from Trump, who is widely unpopular in the U.K.
The president has publicly antagonized America's European Union allies, even describing the bloc as a "foe."
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative allies have touted a free-trade agreement with the U.S. as a solution to Britain's expected post-Brexit economic woes.
"One Tory source says there are 1,200 people here. I estimated about 500," a Bloomberg reporter tweeted.
Collins Dictionary defined the verb "milkshake" as the act of throwing "a milkshake or similar drink over a public figure in order to humiliate him or her."
In an interview with Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage, Trump claimed that "certain aspects" of the current Brexit deal will prevent the U.K. from striking a trade deal with the U.S.
Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn criticized Trump's remarks on the election candidates, made in a London radio show hosted by Brexit party leader Nigel Farage.
"If the British people voted in defiance of the globalist elites, the politicians in the U.K. have since acted shamefully in defiance of the British people."