Cameron, who triggered the country's exit from the European Union, returns as U.K.'s foreign secretary. Hardliner Home Secretary Suella Braverman was fired in the same cabinet shakeup.
A U.K. parliamentary committee says the former PM's lies over COVID rule breaches were "unprecedented," and recommends he be denied a pass to ever enter the parliament building again.
After Boris Johnson, Brexit and political turmoil, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wants to convey stability in his first trip to the White House. On the agenda: Ukraine, NATO and AI.
Frost, floods, energy prices and Brexit are among the possible culprits in the shortage of tomatoes, cucumbers, broccoli and lettuce in the U.K.
Britain and the European Union signed a new agreement to solve one of Brexit's thorniest challenges: the trading status of Northern Ireland.
With yet another prime minister's resignation, the British government's 10 Downing Street looks like a revolving door. Analysts blame polarization, populism, a flawed system and poor leadership.
The international trade dispute has drawn widespread condemnation and threatened to disrupt the relative peace in Northern Ireland since the 1998 Good Friday Agreement in Belfast.
Boris Johnson's government is eyeing a move to allow shop stalls and supermarkets to use only imperial units in all transactions, ditching a metric requirement from when the U.K. was in the EU.
A shortage of tens of thousands of drivers is affecting McDonald's and many other businesses after scores of European truckers left the U.K. in the aftermath of Brexit.
President Biden and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson signed a 21st century Atlantic Charter, an update of a document that tied the countries together during World War II.
The latest violence erupted amid anger from Protestant unionists concerned they're being isolated from the U.K. and pushed into a union with the republic of Ireland due to post-Brexit trade rules.
The European Union backtracked after a move to restrict the movement of vaccines between Ireland and Northern Ireland drew condemnation.
"We have spent the last three years preparing for this moment," says an official in Calais, France, one of the world's busiest ports.
The agreement comes a week before the Brexit transition period ends. The pact averts a worst-case divorce that would have hurt the EU economy but damaged the British economy even more.
"It's not like we have the Atlantic Ocean to fish in," a French fisherman tells NPR. "Here, we're in the Channel. In an hour and a half, I'm in English waters. If that's off limits, I'm dead."