Donald Trump is in the UK for his first official presidential visit He criticised the PM in an interview overnight with The Sun He has held talks with Theresa May at Chequers The president met the Queen, inspecting soldiers and having tea Tens of thousands of people are protesting against the president's visit

U.S. President Donald Trump to visit the UK in June: Sky News

U.S. President Donald Trump will make a state visit to the United Kingdom in June and will visit Buckingham Palace, Sky News said in a tweet on Monday.

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'I'm on your side': Theresa May urges MPs to back her Brexit deal

UK Will Not Leave EU on March 29 – Prime Minister

British Prime Minister Theresa May has said her country will not leave the European Union on March 29, as originally planned, but said the departure wouldn’t be delayed any further than June 30.

“Nearly three years have passed since the public voted to leave the European Union,” May said in a Wednesday address to the nation. “It was the biggest democratic exercise in our country’s history. I came to office on a promise to deliver on that verdict. In March 2017, I triggered the Article 50 process for the UK to exit the EU, and Parliament supported it overwhelmingly.”

British and EU flags flutter outside the Houses of Parliament in London, Britain January 30, 2019. REUTERS/Toby Melville/File Photo

Brexit hangs in balance as parliament to vote on May’s tweaked deal

LONDON (Reuters) – The future of Britain’s exit from the European Union hung in the balance on Tuesday as lawmakers prepared to vote on a divorce deal after Prime Minister Theresa May won last-minute assurances from the European Union.