CHIEF ANCHOR GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS : Madam Prime Minister, thank you for doing this. I know you've just met with your counterterror team. What's the latest on what happened today? PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY : Yes. Well, we've had another terrorist attack in London on the London Underground.
U.S. stocks continued their slide today as investors reacted to more potential fallout from Britain's vote to withdraw from the European Union last week. The Dow Jones dropped 200 points shortly after the opening bell and was down 260 points by the end of trading. All U.S. markets closed in
British Prime Minister David Cameron addressed Parliament today, saying that while he accepts the decision of voters to leave the European Union, Britain "must not turn its backs on Europe or the world." His speech followed what has been a tumultuous series of days for Britain and was intended in
So much for Britain’s "Keep Calm and Carry On" maxim. The U.K. is in chaos after voting to leave the European Union last week in a national referendum. On top of market uncertainty, a falling currency and the foreign investors who’re poised to pull out, there has been a leadership vacuum since
George Osborne states that the U.K. would deal with a President Trump because it is "in our interest to talk to our allies."
More than 350,000 refugees and migrants, a majority of whom are Syrians, along with Afghans and Eritreans, have sailed across the Mediterranean to reach European shores since January. While the perilous journey has been widely documented in recent weeks, left unanswered are questions regarding the
The NFL will play five games in London next season, according to a published report. The London Daily Mail reported the news Sunday as the Detroit Lions were playing the Atlanta Falcons at Wembley Stadium in the second of three NFL games in London this season. The NFL is expected to make an
LONDON -- Mitt Romney has only been on British soil for 24 hours, but he and his campaign are quickly finding out that every word matters. Even before he touched down, a quote by an unnamed Romney adviser in London's Daily Telegraph newspaper was already creating a stir. The "adviser" suggested
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone), ELIZABETH HARTFIELD (@LizHartfield) and CHRIS GOOD (@c_good) NOTABLES: THE NOTE ON THE ROAD: Good morning from London where Mitt Romney is on the second day of his seven-day, three-country foreign trip. On his agenda: a round of meetings with British ...
He Will Make Stops in the United Kingdom, Israel and Poland on a Six-Day Trip