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Five days of fury: Inside Trump's Paris temper, election woes and staff upheaval

Five days of fury: Inside Trump's Paris temper, election woes and staff upheaval

As he jetted to Paris, Donald Trump received a congratulatory phone call from British PM Theresa May, but her appeal to his vanity was met with an ornery outburst.

  • by Josh Dawsey & Philip Rucker

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Britain and EU agree on a Brexit plan
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Britain and EU agree on a Brexit plan

The Brexit negotiators have shaken hands, but now Theresa May faces a fierce battle to win approval from her Cabinet and Parliament.

  • by Nick Miller
Rising Tory star rides a groundswell of support
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Rising Tory star rides a groundswell of support

"There's not a lot of pretence about Donald Trump," says Brexiteer Jacob Rees-Mogg. "It's not some carefully crafted media approach. And likewise, I am as a I am."

  • by Latika Bourke
Brexit debacle might prompt 'accidental' leadership change in Britain
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Brexit debacle might prompt 'accidental' leadership change in Britain

But, as Australia shows, changing your leader regularly 'doesn't actually help the party very much in power,' says British power backbencher Jacob Rees-Mogg.

  • by Latika Bourke
Four UK ministers on verge of quitting as Europe rejects Brexit plan: report
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Four UK ministers on verge of quitting as Europe rejects Brexit plan: report

The dispute is over the timing of ending the temporary customs arrangement between the UK and the EU.

Another UK minister quits over 'travesty of Brexit'
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Another UK minister quits over 'travesty of Brexit'

Jo Johnson, brother of Boris, says Brexit has put his country "on the brink of the greatest crisis since World War 2".

  • by Nick Miller
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Brexit deal may be close after UK cabinet warms to May's plan
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Brexit deal may be close after UK cabinet warms to May's plan

But a gin and tonic (or two) might be necessary to calm nerves over the next few weeks, one minister warned.

  • by Nick Miller
'What a coincidence' Tony Abbott secretly met Boris Johnson before savaging Theresa May's Brexit plan
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'What a coincidence' Tony Abbott secretly met Boris Johnson before savaging Theresa May's Brexit plan

Tony Abbott secretly met with Boris Johnson two weeks before writing an incendiary article savaging Theresa May's beleagured Brexit plan, it can be revealed.

  • by Latika Bourke
No 'noose' is good news as May stares down Parliament on Brexit
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No 'noose' is good news as May stares down Parliament on Brexit

Theresa May's enemies say she is in the political "killing zone", but she faced parliament on Monday to insist her Brexit plan was the best on offer.

  • by Nick Miller
UK's May risks Tory split with Irish border concession to appease EU
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UK's May risks Tory split with Irish border concession to appease EU

he fix opens the possibility that Britain would end up bound indefinitely to the European Union's customs rules.

  • by Tim Ross
'Complete chaos and a total mess': MPs deliver Brexit verdict to May
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'Complete chaos and a total mess': MPs deliver Brexit verdict to May

Theresa May has fronted her parliament to explain why she still hasn't done a Brexit deal with the European Union. They weren't happy.

  • by Nick Miller