Theresa May to face Conservative Party questioning over poll setback

Prime Minister Theresa May received a key nod of support from a potential political rival Monday as she tried to beat back a leadership rebellion within her own party following last week's election humiliation. He suggested the Government would focus on the divorce proceedings before moving on to trade. Davis said he would launch the "detailed stages" of talks next Monday, June 19, while Prime Minister Theresa May would conduct "face-to-face" negotiations with the European Council.

I'm going to get us out of this mess: UK PM

The crunch talks could also force the delay of the government's presentation of its legislative programme to parliament by Queen Elizabeth II, due on June 19. It comes amid confusion over whether the Queen's Speech will be delayed as talks continue to form a government. The agreement is expected to be very different in nature to the coalition deal agreed between the Conservatives and Lib Dems in 2010, with DUP politicians not getting cabinet jobs and their support for other legislation to ...

Nothing goes right for Wawrinka in French Open loss to Nadal

Nadal dominated as beat third-seeded Wawrinka 6-2, 6-3, 6-1 in just over two hours to become the first player to win 10 championships at the same major in the Open era. - Nadal is one set away from his 10th title at Roland Garros after taking a 6-2 6-3 lead against Wawrinka . He converted 6 of 13 break points in his final phase to achieve the 10th success.

Donald Trump offers 'support' to Theresa May after polls setback

May has said she favors a "hard" Brexit . May called the early election when her party was comfortably ahead in the polls , in the hope of increasing her majority and strengthening Britain's hand in exit talks with the EU. One DUP lawmaker suggested support for May could come vote by vote, making the job of governing fraught with risk . EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier met senior British Brexit official Oliver Robbins in Brussels to discuss arrangements such as dates ...

Defiant May vows to stay on despite UK election blow

Defiant May vows to stay on despite UK election blow

In remarks delivered at his north London constituency's election count, Corbyn said May called the election to get a new mandate and the "mandate she got was one of lost support". The turmoil engulfing May has increased the chance that Britain will fall out of the European Union in 2019 without a deal. The surprising shift in the British political landscape leaves the country with no clear majority party.