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By Malcolm Brabant, Morgan Till
The United Kingdom has voted in its third parliamentary election since 2015. The country is sharply divided, and the outcome will result in fundamental changes to British policy for generations to come. Nick Schifrin reports on what appears to be…
In the United Kingdom, lawmakers rushed to complete work before Parliament disbands, approving a bill that requires Prime Minister Boris Johnson to delay Brexit if he doesn’t have a deal with the European Union by the October 31 deadline. But…
By Malcolm Brabant
Boris Johnson, one of Britain’s most eccentric and recognizable politicians, will become its next prime minister. The former mayor of London beat fellow Conservative Jeremy Hunt to take on what some say is the country’s greatest challenge since World War…
Great Britain voted 52 to 48 percent Thursday to become the first nation to leave the European Union. The vote prompted Prime Minister David Cameron -- a leading voice in the “Remain” camp -- to announce his resignation, though he…
By PBS NewsHour
Outgoing British Prime Minister Tony Blair and President Bush met at the White House Thursday, where they held a press conference and defended their decision to go to war in Iraq.
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