Prime Minister Theresa May made a dramatic direct appeal to the British public to support her deal to exit the European Union on Sunday (25 November) even as backing from her own party for the agreement appeared to elude her.
Britain's interior minister Amber Rudd resigned on Sunday (29 April) over an illegal immigration policy controversy, in a bitter blow to Prime Minister Theresa May days before local elections.
Britain's foreign minister Boris Johnson was accused by cabinet colleagues on Sunday (17 September) of "backseat driving" on Brexit after setting out his own vision of the country's future outside the European Union.
The United Kingdom yesterday (29 May) said it would be a "strong partner" to Germany in response to comments by German Chancellor Angela Merkel about the UK and the United States no longer being reliable allies.
Denmark is no longer a member of EU law enforcement agency Europol as of yesterday (1 May) but will retain access to its databases thanks to an eleventh hour agreement.
Britain is likely to leave European Union police agency Europol after Brexit and could "take our information" away if no future security deal is struck with the bloc, interior minister Amber Rudd said yesterday (29 March).
The European Commission will propose new measures in June to make it easier for police to access encrypted data on internet apps like WhatsApp, EU Justice Commissioner Vera Jourova said yesterday (28 March), heeding calls from national interior ministe...