Theresa May Flies to Meet Angela Merkel After a Confrontation in Parliament

Mrs. May faced down the opposition leader at home, Jeremy Corbyn, before she went to Berlin to discuss Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.


Theresa May Is Britain’s New Prime Minister After David Cameron’s Resignation

“The government I lead will be driven not by the interest of the privileged few, but by yours,” she said on Wednesday, addressing the many Britons who struggle to get … Continue Reading →


David Cameron Resigns as Britain’s Prime Minister

At 5 p.m., he is expected to tender his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II, who will then invite his successor, Theresa May, to form a government.


Cameron Gives Last Remarks at Parliament

David Cameron appeared before Parliament for the final time, before his successor, Theresa May, was sworn in.


David Cameron Appears Before Parliament on Final Day as Prime Minister

The British leader is expected to tender his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II, who will then invite his successor, Theresa May, to form a government.


David Cameron to Appear Before Parliament on Final Day as Prime Minister

The British leader is expected to tender his resignation to Queen Elizabeth II, who will then invite his successor, Theresa May, to form a government.


Jeremy Corbyn Will Be on Ballot as Labour Party Schedules Election in Britain

Mr. Corbyn faced a revolt by fellow Labour lawmakers after Britain’s June 23 referendum to leave the European Union.


Andrea Leadsom Pulls Out of Race

Ms. Leadsom, Britain’s energy minister and a former top candidate to lead the Conservative Party, announced on Monday she would drop out of the race, leaving Theresa May as the … Continue Reading →


Japan Vote Strengthens Shinzo Abe’s Goal to Change Constitution

Whether Prime Minister Abe will be able to pursue his ambition of overturning the clause that calls for the complete renunciation of war remains to be seen.


The Interpreter: The E.U. Is Democratic. It Just Doesn’t Feel That Way.

The bloc was designed to rise above and defuse nationalist politics. That is why, for many Europeans, it does not feel like a functioning democracy.


If Britain Favors ‘Brexit,’ Changes Will Come Slowly

For all the drama the vote would bring, change would not be instant: The separation would begin when a treaty clause with a two-year deadline is invoked.