After his controversial sacking from the British cabinet, Gavin Williamson has since been called-out for allegedly “finding excuses” to send troops to Africa.
In the meantime, May has approached the EU for a three-month postponement on Brexit.
European Union leaders urged Britain Tuesday to decide quickly how it will avoid a “no deal Brexit”, after the British parliament rejected a hard-won withdrawal deal.
Theresa May will face a vote of no confidence on Wednesday following a historic defeat in parliament over her Brexit deal with EU leaders.
It’s do or die for Theresa May and her Brexit deal.
Theresa may or may not be on her way out. If you’ve ever wondered what a vote of no confidence is like over the water… here you go.
The “strong and stable” one is facing a vote of no confidence on Wednesday evening, after nearly 50 of her own party members turned against her.
The European Union grow weary of what they have labelled ‘theatre’ by British Prime Minister Theresa May designed to make the public believe she fought hard for a good deal.
Andy Serkis has dusted off his vocal impression of the accursed hobbit Gollum to poke fun at Theresa May’s Brexit dealings.
The omnishambles of Brexit has now hit a new peak. A shame, really, given how easy Theresa May and pals said the process would be.
British Prime Minister Theresa May cracked out the dance moves once again during the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham.
The South African Chamber of Commerce in the UK welcomes the statement made by the British Prime Minister, Theresa May, on her visit to South Africa this week.
What do you do when people roast you for your dance moves? You dance harder, of course. Theresa May is certainly not a quitter.
Theresa May has turned to South Africa to help shape the UK’s post-Brexit future. We’ve got some requests for the trade talks.
Tuesday really wasn’t a bad day for Theresa May. That’s until Channel 4 asked her about what she did to try and help free Madiba.
Cyril Ramaphosa’s attempts to raise $100 in foreign investment has certainly got British PM Theresa May onside.
Julius Malema blasts the Commonwealth and calls for an end to white arrogance.
We can already hear Donald Trump reaching for his phone. British PM Theresa May says the UK supports “sensible” land reform.
It is safe to say that no hip bones were broken and that the Prime Minister is still in one piece.
The British Prime Minister lands in Cape Town on Tuesday. Theresa May is set to outline how the UK will strengthen their ties with SA.
Will May remain Prime Minister of the UK?
Has Theresa May been weakened again?