Flagship annual gathering will be replaced with online events.
MPs vote in favor of bill abolishing EU free movement but oppose new barriers for low-paid, critical workers.
Third round of talks about the UK’s future relationship with the EU ends with hostile words and no progress.
Accommodation and food services hardest hit.
British prime minister spoke outside Downing Street as he returned to work after recovering from COVID-19.
The UK prime minister spent 3 days in intensive care with coronavirus earlier this month.
Karen Pierce said the UK is waiting to hear if the US is willing to negotiate virtually.
Dispute over UK’s participation in EU coronavirus procurement scheme opens old wounds in Westminster.
A timeline of who said what about the UK’s decision not to join with the EU to buy medical equipment to tackle the pandemic.
British prime minister and US president also committed to signing a free-trade agreement ‘as soon as possible.’
Boris Johnson’s spokesperson had claimed the UK didn’t jointly procure equipment with the EU because of a communication problem.
UK and EU could strike an interim trade deal that gives some breathing space, says Philip Hammond.
Relaxing the measures now would damage the economy and public health, First Secretary Dominic Raab said.
With the world in a period of ‘unprecedented uncertainty,’ Kristalina Georgieva says: ‘Let’s not make it any tougher.’
The Guardian had reported that the UK missed opportunities to obtain PPE.
UK prime minister’s recovery a bright spot for Britain, but experts warn of dark clouds ahead.
Colleagues say detail-loving Dominic Raab could excel in a crisis but might struggle to be politically nimble.
US president says he has asked ‘leading companies’ to contact London.
Anneliese Dodds chosen as shadow chancellor of the exchequer.
Here’s what you need to know about Jeremy Corbyn’s successor.
The former lawyer is expected to pull the party back toward the center ground.
Johnson’s fortunes, like those of his hero, are now at the mercy of an epidemic.
Britain hasn’t had a prime minister more infatuated by history for 50 years — but his place in it will be shaped by events he could never have foreseen.
‘We have never in peacetime faced an economic fight like this one,’ Chancellor Rishi Sunak says.
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab told the House of Commons restrictions would apply for 30 days.
Just don’t mention Brexit.
Rishi Sunak warned of temporary disruption to the economy.
Second round of negotiations set to begin in London next week.
Boris Johnson wants more Conservatives in the group because of the ‘sensitivity of the ongoing negotiations,’ Democratic Unionist Party MP says.
London insists that it doesn’t need the EU superstructure to speak to its neighbors.