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.
Nigel Farage, leader of the Brexit Party, was the victim of a milkshake attack by a protester. There is a trend in Britain of throwing milkshakes at right-wing figureheads.
Nigel Farage flew several times to the U.S. to meet with Donald Trump and other Republicans in trips reportedly funded by the pro-Brexit campaign donor Arron Banks.
Conservative Party Member of Parliament Jacob Rees-Mogg called on Britain to frustrate the European Union if Brexit is long delayed, after Prime Minister Theresa May requested another deadline extension.
Britain's Ministry of Defence is investigating a video shared on social media that shows its soldiers purportedly using an image of U.K. opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn for target practice.
The 11 activists, who had slogans written on their bare chests and backs, stood with their buttocks against the glass facing the chamber for almost 20 minutes.
As Brexit drags endlessly on, with Prime Minister Theresa May quitting if she succeeds and staying if she fails to pass a Brexit deal, Britons don't even find it darkly funny anymore.
"This sleight of hand—one that ministers hoped no one would notice—shows exactly why we can't trust this government when it comes to our rights at work," argued the general secretary of British trade union GMB.
"We see that foreign intelligence services are seeking to bolster their efforts on the Russian front," Putin warned.
"We do have this guy in America who's supposed to be the world's best negotiator.... Maybe if we sent him over to you it could help you, and it could be helpful for us too," Gary Cohn told the British chancellor.
The referendum was "manipulated from the exterior by a lot of what we call fake news," the French president said, arguing that "everything and anything was said."
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May said the defeat of her draft agreement with the EU could spell the end of Brexit.
In a stunning defeat, British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit proposal was overwhelmingly rejected by Parliament.
MP Tulip Siddiq's husband will push her through the House of Commons in a wheelchair on Tuesday.
"We are suggesting to retailers that they may wish to consider planning for additional security," Metropolitan Police told Newsweek.
Some reasons to be happy.
"The threat of car tariffs is still on the table," said Eric Schweitzer, president of the Association of German Chambers of Industry and Commerce.
Internal opposition from Conservative Party Parliament members is now sufficient to formally trigger a no-confidence vote in Theresa May.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says Europe has to show it is not "going to be able to continue to provide refuge and support."