"She knows what she's doing." Loach tells Newsweek what he thinks about May's attitude to austerity.
If the prime minister wins her appeal, she can invoke Article 50. Lose and Parliament could block Brexit.
The phrase appeared on a document carried by a Conservative Party aide.
EU members meet this week to plan for different realities based on 'what the British interest is.'
May says she wants to help those who are just managing to get by.
The British prime minister is seeking to rebuild trust with industry.
Abandoning the legal battle would avoid the risk of Scotland and Northern Ireland being afforded greater leeway in the decision to leave the EU.
The British prime minister needs to speak the language of the modern economy.
After a surge in anti-immigrant hostility, will the U.K.'s largest foreign-born community stay put?
The leaked document was prepared for the Cabinet Office by a consultant.
It appears that his decision to stay has had a positive impacts on the markets for now.
The former chancellor has previously called for Theresa May to pursue a 'soft' Brexit.
Parliament now has to approve the process that starts Brexit, a British court has ruled.
Pro-EU MPs welcomed the decision, which presents a serious obstacle to proposed Brexit plans.
Theresa May launched an inquiry to ensure Sharia court principles were compatible with British law.
The government's hard Brexiters may get a shock if the Liberal Democrats win.
Not just the U.K.'s economic prosperity is at stake, but also whether it will remain together.
A report has recommended a new framework for Brexit negotiations among the U.K.'s devolved administrations.
The province voted to remain in the EU referendum, and its future is uncertain.
Prime minister will lead a delegation of small businesses as she seeks post-Brexit role for Britain.