About: Theresa May

Future EU 17-01-2018

Macron, May to sign new immigration treaty at bilateral UK summit

France and Britain will sign a new immigration treaty at a summit between President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Theresa May in Britain on Thursday (18 January), French officials said.

Brexit 12-01-2018

UK won’t pay to access single market post-Brexit

The British government yesterday (11 January) ruled out paying the European Union to access the single market after leaving the bloc, as Prime Minister Theresa May tried to reassure finance sector players over Brexit.

Brexit 09-01-2018

Bemused Commission defends planning for ‘no deal’ Brexit

The European Commission has dismissed claims that it was ‘discriminating’ against British businesses by starting contingency planning for a possible 'no deal' outcome, in the latest row over the UK’s access to the single market after it formally leaves the EU next year.

Brexit 09-01-2018

For the UK’s post-Brexit economy, no deal is the worst deal

As UK Prime Minister Theresa May teases the prospect of appointing a minister for a ‘no deal’ scenario during her cabinet reshuffle, Charles Rie and Marco Hafner outline the potential risks of Britain leaving the EU without an exit agreement.

Brexit 08-01-2018

May to appoint a ‘no deal’ Brexit minister in cabinet reshuffle

British Prime Minister Theresa May said yesterday (7 January) she would announce changes to her ministerial team soon, with media reports saying her foreign, finance, interior and Brexit ministers would keep their jobs in a reshuffle starting today.

Brexit 04-01-2018

Tony Blair warns British voters: time is running out to stop Brexit folly

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair today (4 January) warned voters that time was running out to reverse Brexit, a folly he said would torpedo Britain’s remaining clout and be regretted for generations to come.

Brexit 21-12-2017

Right-hand of May felled by scandal, as Brexit talks ratchet up

British Prime Minister Theresa May was left weakened by the resignation on Wednesday (20 December) of her deputy, Damian Green, who made misleading statements after pornography was found on his computer, in a further blow to the British leader as she faces tough Brexit talks.

Brexit 21-12-2017

UK agrees delaying Brexit date – if need be

British Prime Minister Theresa May gave her backing to a legislative compromise Wednesday (20 December) allowing Brexit to be delayed, avoiding another parliamentary defeat while promising that pushing back the departure date would only happen in "exceptional circumstances".

Brexit 20-12-2017

Post-Brexit ‘free trade’ talks with UK to start in January, EU says

The EU will start negotiating in January its future relations with the UK - along the lines of free trade agreements it has signed with Canada or Japan - and agrees to have a transition period in place from when Britain formally leaves the bloc in March 2019 until the end of 2020.

Brexit 20-12-2017

Trump and May discuss post-Brexit trade deal, Jerusalem

British Prime Minister Theresa May and US President Donald Trump "agreed on the importance of a swift post-Brexit bilateral trade deal" during talks on Tuesday (19 December).

Brexit 19-12-2017

Eurosceptics baulk as May pitches status quo Brexit transition

British Prime Minister Theresa May told parliament her plan yesterday (18 December) for a Brexit transition period with broadly the same access to European Union markets but was met with scepticism from pro-Brexit lawmakers fearful of a watered-down EU exit.

Brexit 15-12-2017

EU to move Brexit talks forward after praise for May

EU leaders are expected to unlock the next stage of Brexit negotiations at a summit on Friday (15 December) after applauding British Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce proposals.