With some polls giving May a more than 20 point lead, the main opposition Labour Party pledged to introduce new public holidays to try to unite a country divided by the Brexit vote.
For a drama about black British civil rights activists resorting to violent direct action, the tone of John Ridley's 'Guerilla' is surprisingly subdued.
What does this election mean for the actual Brexit process? There are several important implications.
EU member states are not a unified club and divisions are likely to emerge.
The two sides will need to meet three key objectives by March 2019.
Trump's budget calls for a third reduction in the State Department budget.
Parties have until Monday to form a coalition or face direct rule from the UK or a fresh round of voting.
Prime minister criticizes Britain's Theresa May for standing in the way of a new independence referendum.
The official told Reuters that the charge made by Fox News analyst Andrew Napolitano was "totally untrue and quite frankly absurd."
The bill will now be sent to the queen for symbolic approval which could be granted as early as Tuesday morning, leaving May ready to start a two-year negotiation period.
Cyber Security Centre offers to help the UK's political parties bolster their online security.
The amended bill now demands that Britain's parliament has to approve any exit deal before it is debated by the European Parliament.
Plans to build more rental properties could come to nothing if housing developers can't see the benefits.
Trump might use the meeting to go some way to winning concessions from Britain and bolster his vision of the United States exporting its way to prosperity.
The British government recently signed a £30 million contract with a defense and aerospace consortium.
London's future as Europe's financial center is one of the biggest issues in Brexit talks because it is Britain's largest export sector and biggest source of corporate tax revenue.
May has come under fire from investors, businesses and lawmakers for revealing little about the future relationship she will seek when she begins formal divorce talks by the end of March.
Sinn Fein minister Michelle O'Neill says the party won't meet a deadline to nominate a deputy first minister, which would trigger elections.
The unpopular move will mean two million car radios will become redundant in the country.
The selection of Barrow, a 30 year veteran diplomat, could disappoint some Brexit campaigners who would like to see a known eurosceptic in the post.
May's spokesman said that Israel had coped for too long with the threat of terrorism and that focusing only on the settlements was not the best way to achieve peace between Jew and Arab.
The U.S. outranked China, Japan, Germany and the U.K.—combined—in firearm assaults.