European Politics

One of the aides said the “only way” she could win round Eurosceptics was by promising to quit by the end of the year.

Despite hopes of a Brexit breakthrough, many believe the U.K.’s May is ‘finished’

Theresa May (pictured last night in the Commons) signalled she could hold a third vote on her Brexit deal as the only way to get Britain out of the EU withing weeks.

May will hold a THIRD vote on her Brexit deal next week as chaos reigns after MPs vote 321 to 278 to block No Deal

Theresa May abandons plans to travel to Brussels after talks with Jean-Claude Juncker.

Theresa May calls off Brussels trip and EU27 summoned for secret meeting

British Prime Minister Edward Heath took Britain into the EU in 1973 (Image: GETTY)

How politicians ‘conspired to keep truth about Brussels away from people’

Gerard Batten also says Queen should never have approved ‘treasonous’ Maastricht treaty.

Ukip leader asks Queen to suspend parliament to thwart remain MPs

Anti-Brexit protesters on board a hired red London bus demonstrate as they drive past the Houses of Parliament in London, Monday, Jan. 28, 2019.

Theresa May seeks Brexit changes, but EU stands firm as ‘no deal’ nightmare looms

Theresa May survives no-confidence motion by 19 votes.

Theresa May survives vote, but Britain remains in Brexit deadlock

And it is very difficult to take back power from a bureaucracy set on keeping it. Pass all the laws you like, win every election, and you still may not get what you want. Ask the British.

Not the people — nor, quite often, their elected representatives.

Whatever happens in the current Brexit fight, it will only be the first round of a long struggle.

Think Brexit is bad? It’s just a taste of what’s to come for Europe.

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May, speaks on the second day of the G20 Leader's Summit, in Buenos Aires.

U.K.’s PM Theresa May talks trade as domestic troubles mount over Brexit deal