Theresa May's announcement to resign as British prime minister on June 7 sparks a flurry of reactions.
Theresa May's departure will bring new momentum to the Brexit process, but there are plenty of minefields ahead for her eventual successor.
British lawmakers lined up to criticise Prime Minister Theresa May's Withdrawal Agreement Bill as some upped efforts to oust her.
As British Prime Minister Theresa May asks for Brexit to be postponed beyond midnight on Friday, the EU's ministers seek a credible plan to justify the delay.
In a letter, British Prime Minister Theresa May had told the EU Council president Donald Tusk that she wanted to ensure her country left the bloc in an "orderly way," as she fights to have the current exit deal approved by parliament.
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says the bloc's 27 member states were now prepared for the UK to leave the bloc without an agreement, but that it was "never our desired or intended scenario."
Britain was due to leave the EU on March 29 but Prime Minister Theresa May received a short delay after her divorce deal with the EU was rejected overwhelmingly by lawmakers on two occasions.
As British MPs vote to play a bigger role in Brexit, Foreign Office minister Alistair Burt and health minister Steve Brine reportedly resign while business minister Richard Harrington quits on Twitter.
The European Union has granted the UK an extension until May 22, but only if Prime Minister Theresa May can get her agreement, which has already been resoundingly rejected twice, through parliament.
As Britain faces a sharp cliff-edge deadline of March 29 to leave, Prime Minister Theresa May's EU colleagues say the split could wait until May 22 if British lawmakers approve a withdrawal accord next week.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is in Brussels on a last-gasp mission to beg EU leaders for more time to deliver a Brexit deal that was twice rejected by her own parliament.
British Prime Minister Theresa May formally asked the European Union to postpone the UK's departure until June 30.
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