Internal opposition from Conservative Party Parliament members is now sufficient to formally trigger a no-confidence vote in Theresa May.
Theresa May, the British prime minister, danced out onto the stage at her speech to the annual Conservative Party conference.
"When it comes to the public finances, European migrants contribute substantially more than they cost, easing the tax burden on other taxpayers," said Ian Mulheirn, director of consulting at Oxford Economics.
Up to 50 of pro-Brexit members of Parliament reportedly met Tuesday night to discuss plans for a battle over leadership.
In the wake of the nerve agent attack in Salisbury, England, an intelligence chief pledged to fight back.
Conservative MP Anna Soubry said a wave of new Conservative Party members may wish to "topple the leader and wreck its policies."
United States Ambassador Robert "Woody" Johnson called on British leaders to join the U.S. in "turning up the pressure" on Iran, or face "serious consequences." Washington recently reimposed sanctions on Iran despite opposition from allies.
Fifty-three percent of voters surveyed said they would now vote to remain in the European Union compared with 47 percent who wish to leave if they were given a new referendum.
The president has reportedly been keen to have a proper state visit to the U.K., complete with all the pomp and circumstance.
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 sent the British press into a frenzy with a controversial interview to begin his U.K. trip.
Trump made the "fake news" claim in a joint press conference with the U.K. prime minister.
The president's awkward comments were published shortly before the pair met on Friday.
The candid moment was caught on camera.