Investors and economists polled by International Business Times aren't worried about a "hard" Brexit. They foresee some kind of deal or even a return to the embrace of the European Union.
Former White House Chief Strategist Stephen K. Bannon took to U.K. radio Sunday in a "call to arms," urging right-wing populists to fight back against so-called "globalist" forces.
The British prime minister shared what the president told her.
"We may be a small country, but we're a great one too," Grant says in "Love Actually."
The president's awkward comments were published shortly before the pair met on Friday.
Trump said the recently resigned foreign secretary has "got what it takes" to lead the U.K., before his dinner with the current Prime Minister, Theresa May.
Trump gave an interview to The Sun, in which he undermined Prime Minister May.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are visiting Ireland.
Hunt, a member of the British Conservative Party, has been the longest-serving health secretary in U.K. history.
The British prime minister clings to power after two senior ministers resign in controversy over Brexit.
The new law doesn't get Britain closer to a deal with Europe.
British organization Hope Not Hate says UKIP is headed down a dangerous route, and the acceptance of alt-right linked figures is further evidence.
The mail was also addressed to "Mr. Getout Ofengland."
Only the U.S., China, Japan and Germany boast a bigger economy that the Golden State.
The U.K. government is studying the effects of fake news as ex-Cambridge Analytica staffer Brittany Kaiser teased fresh revelations.
Christopher Wylie told lawmakers Dan Mursean had died amid rumors he had been poisoned.
"The irony is unreal."
The president this week insisted he was on good terms with the prime minister.
Mark Weber, director of the California-based Institute for Historical Review, received a letter from Britain's Home Office telling him he is no longer allowed.