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May says U.K. to expel 23 Russian Diplomats
14 Mar 2018
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May speaks in the House of Commons in London about the response to the poisoning of a former spy on British soil and retaliatory measures against Russia.
May denies accusations of 'Cherry-Picking' on Brexit Deal
6 Mar 2018
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May denies European Union accusations that she is trying to "cherry-pick" beneficial trade terms.
U.K.'s May Seeks Assurances in Meeting With EU's Tusk
25 Nov 2017
Prime Minister Theresa May said there’s a "genuine feeling" that both the EU and the U.K. want to break the deadlock in Brexit talks after meeting EU President Donald Tusk and other leaders for discussions on the financial settlement.
U.K. cuts 2018 economic growth forecast
24 Nov 2017
Bloomberg’s David Merritt discusses the growth forecast for the U.K. economy and impact from Brexit.
Initial reactions to the U.K. exit polls
9 Jun 2017
Simon Derrick, Bank of New York Mellon Corp. chief currency strategist, and Bloomberg's Mark Cudmore discuss their initial reactions to the exit polls in the U.K.'s general election.
U.K. Conservatives may lose majority in vote: poll
31 May 2017
A new poll from YouGov shows conservatives potentially losing their majority when the U.K. votes on June 8, causing a drop in the pound Bloomberg's Emma Ross-Thomas reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
U.K. Parliament Votes Overwhelming to Allow Snap Election
20 Apr 2017
Bloomberg’s Nejra Cehic discusses the U.K. Parliament vote to allow the June 8 snap election and what it may mean for the Brexit process.
Zuma's action sparks South Africa cabinet concerns
27 Mar 2017
South African President Jacob Zuma has recalled Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan from a roadshow meeting with investors in the U.S. and U.K., sparking concern over a potential cabinet reshuffle.
Scottish independence adds new Brexit twist for May
27 Mar 2017
In today's "Morning Must Read," Bloomberg’s Francine Lacqua and Tom Keene highlight comments on Scottish independence as the U.K. heads towards Brexit.
U.K.'s May says 'we are not afraid' after terror attack
23 Mar 2017
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May delivers an address before U.K. Parliament one day after four people died in London's worst terror attack in more than a decade.
Scotland demands new independence vote amid weak economy
22 Mar 2017
As Scotland looks to hold a second independence referendum, the state of the economy will likely play a key role in voters' decision. The Scottish economy has underperformed the U.K.
One shot, several injured in UK parliament 'terrorist incident'
22 Mar 2017
London police say they are responding to a firearms incident near the UK Parliament in the city's Westminster district.