Everyone know that "Brexit means Brexit" but, five years after the vote, many Brits aren't any clearer on what that really means in practice.
The British government has announced plans to toughen voting rules, requiring a photo ID at polling stations. Civil liberties groups say this could disenfranchise millions of voters.
Britain will continue to export millions of poultry but animal export from England and Wales for slaughter will end.
"We will prosper mightily as an independent free-trading nation, controlling our own borders, our fisheries and setting our own laws," the U.K. prime minister said.
COVID-19 is definitely real but millions of people around the world believe it isn't. Is it just a perfect storm of conspiracy theorists congregating around one issue?
Boris Johnson is a big fan of Winston Churchill but won't want the same fate as the wartime prime minister.
The British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said he would not "take a knee" in support of the Black Lives Matter movement and claimed: "It seems to be taken from 'Game of Thrones'"
The congresswoman told followers that a "massive surge" in new voters heading to the polls would stop the "hoarding of wealth by the few."
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has lost his majority in the House of Commons, but is pushing ahead with no-deal Brexit plans despite widespread parliamentary opposition.
The Conservative Party chose Boris Johnson as its new leader, meaning he will take over imminently from Theresa May as U.K. Prime Minister.
Boris Johnson, the Conservative Party leader and new U.K. prime minister, renounced his American citizenship after a dispute with the IRS.
There can be no tolerance of anti-Semitism at all, ever, by anyone.
Behind the rapid response is years of training and lessons learnt from attacks in other major cities.
The Conservative Party hopes to do more than simply win the election. It hopes to ruin the Labour Party's future prospects too.
But Blair said in an interview he would be working to improve debate in the center ground of politics.
Diane James takes over from Nigel Farage.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon had hoped to use the Brexit vote to bolster support for Scottish independence.
Japan may only account for 6 percent of inward investment for the U.K., but Britain should still take its Brexit warning seriously.
Delaying till 2017 could mean January or December—and that could have high costs.
May's promise to make a "success" of Brexit is unfulfillable, something she must know.
The U.K. government's new hate crime action plan comes at a crucial moment.
A constituent of Jeremy Corbyn's argues that he must step down in order to have a functional parliamentary democracy.