Prime Minister Boris Johnson won a resounding election victory on Friday that will allow him to end three years of political paralysis and take Britain out of the European Union by Jan. 31.
There's no vacancy in the British Embassy in Washington, DC — but if there were, Donald Trump would like to see Nigel Farage appointed ambassador.
A new Donald Trump presidential campaign ad features streams of people walking underneath a bridge, while the Republican candidate’s voice speaks of “massive illegal immigration” to the US.
The next UK prime minister will be a woman after Theresa May and Andrea Leadsom have made the Conservative party shortlist. That follows a resignation, a drop out and the general implosion of British leadership after the nation's vote to leave the European Union.
Politicians in Brussels are trying to pick up the pieces of the EU after Britain's vote to leave. And the European Commission's president replied to the staunch Brexit campaigner, "Why are you here?"
The two rival camps in Britain’s EU membership referendum clashed on Wednesday on central London’s River Thames during a protest by pro-"Brexit" fishermen. And the musical soundtrack during their skirmish is rather exceptional.
What began as a standard report by the BBC's Giles Dilnot turned into a Twitter meme that backfired against the UK Independence Party, the anti-immigrant upstart of British politics. The mistake over the BBC's supposed use of a "mosque" might mean the start of American "gaffe" obsession in Britain.
Britain's UKIP party is winning over voters with its anti-immigration platform. And it's a trend that's spreading across Europe.
Late last week, the European Union was awarded the prestigious Nobel Peace Prize — an award that celebrates individuals and organizations that move the world toward a more peaceful state. But the award comes at a time of upheaval in the EU, with financial troubles fracturing the unifying force.