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Britain relinquishes rotating EU presidency in 2017

Britain will no longer take on the rotating EU presidency as planned next year, relinquishing the role in the wake of the Brexit vote, Prime Minister Theresa May's office said Wednesday.

Boris Johnson to make first US trip for IS talks

New British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will on Thursday make his first official visit to the United States, meeting international counterparts as part of the fight against Islamic State (IS).

Johnson says Britain not abandoning 'leading role' in Europe

New British foreign minister and top Brexit backer Boris Johnson pledged Monday Britain would continue to play a leading role in Europe as he met his European Union peers in Brussels for the first time.

Brexiteer Johnson in first Brussels talks since becoming FM

Britain's new foreign minister Boris Johnson was to meet with his European counterparts for the first time Monday, in what will likely be a fence-mending trip to Brussels for the outspoken politician who led the victorious Brexit campaign.

New British PM May rounds out Brexit cabinet

Theresa May was to spend her first full day as prime minister fleshing out her government on Thursday, after taking office pledging a fresh start as Britain heads towards the EU exit door.

Theresa May prepares to take over as Brexit PM

British Prime Minister David Cameron steps down on Wednesday and Theresa May prepares to take his place following a momentous referendum to leave the European Union that has sent shockwaves around the world.

Bank of England mulls rate cut after vote for Brexit

The Bank of England is mulling whether to cut interest rates for the first time in over seven years to curb economic fallout from Britain's vote to exit the EU.

In Thatcher's footsteps: Theresa May, Britain's Brexit PM

Britain's prime minister in waiting Theresa May is a pragmatist who has emerged from the chaos of the Brexit referendum unscarred, portraying herself as the one who will lead the country out of the EU.

Cameron chairs last cabinet meeting as British PM

David Cameron chairs his final cabinet meeting on Tuesday after six years as Britain's prime minister, with incoming premier Theresa May preparing to form a new government to deliver Brexit.

Falling pound a boon for British tourism

On a sunny afternoon near Big Ben, two weeks since Britain's historic decision to leave the European Union, little has changed for visitors to the capital London except that their visits are now cheaper.


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