With the deadline looming for Britain's exit from the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May has lost the trust of her own government.
The Scottish government has roundly defeated Donald Trump in a legal dispute over his Turnberry golf course in Aberdeenshire.
As Parliament and her own Tory party savage her Brexit deal -- and Labor calls for a new referendum -- Theresa May dreads the looming deadline.
Only seven weeks remain before the Brexit deadline, while Theresa May has run out of ideas and leverage in her "negotiation" with Brussels.
What irony for England's Brexiteers, whose insistence on a hard EU border is driving Northern Ireland toward unity with the Irish Republic.
Brexit is a complete botch that Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May has failed to improve. Now her government is in chaos and she is desperate.
Could someone tell the Brits? In 2016, they voted to abandon the European Union, taking their bangers and mash and retreating to splendid isolation.
The British electorate narrowly chose Brexit based on lies and misapprehensions. Is buyers remorse setting in?
Jeff Danziger lives in New York City. He is represented by CWS Syndicate and the Washington Post Writers Group. He is the recipient of the Herblock Prize and the Thomas Nast (Landau) Prize. He served ...
Finally realizing that Brexit proponents lied shamelessly during the referendum campaign, those clever Brits want to vote again.
After humiliating Trump in England, the 'Trump Baby' blimp will float in the air near Trump's golf course in New Jersey to shame him for his bigotry.
Queen Elizabeth may have thrown some royal shade at Trump during his visit to the U.K. last week.
Trump waved at protesters jeering at him on his golf course, apparently unaware they were attacking his embrace of racism and hate.
No matter what Her Majesty honestly thinks of the US president, she won't laugh when she sees that rude blimp. Or the Trump balloon.
Trump is finally going to the U.K., but he isn't very happy about it — and apparently, neither are they.