European leaders and Prime Minister Theresa May agree on a short delay to Britain's divorce from the European Union in the hope of ensuring an orderly Brexit.
British PM Theresa May has asked sceptical EU leaders to delay Brexit until June 30 as the UK's political crisis deepened just nine days before the scheduled departure date.
A group of leading eurosceptic lawmakers in British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives says it opposes her revised Brexit deal.
British electoral authorities have officially recognised a new "Brexit Party" backed by Nigel Farage, a key campaigner in the referendum vote to leave the European Union.
Queen Elizabeth II has emphasised the need for Britons to come together to "seek out the common ground", in what is being viewed as an appeal to overcome bitter divisions over Brexit.
British MPs frustrated with Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit strategy are seeking to force a new approach which could include delaying Britain's EU exit and holding a second referendum.