Theresa May and Jacinda Ardern meet military personnel

British Prime Minister Theresa May and her New Zealander counterpart Jacinda Ardern meet military personnel in Downing Street. IMAGES of May and Ardern speaking with military personnel

May makes statement outside No.10 after no-confidence vote fails

British Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement outside Downing Street, saying it is her “duty” to deliver on Brexit, after her government survives a no-confidence vote sparked by the crushing defeat of her Brexit deal, just weeks before the UK leaves the European Union. SOUNDBITE

Theresa May heads to Parliament morning after bruising defeat

Theresa May leaves No. 10 Downing Street to head to Prime Minister’s Questions in parliament the day after a bill on her Brexit deal suffered the biggest government defeat in history. IMAGES

UK Cabinet meets at Downing St before Brexit vote

UK cabinet members arrive at 10 Downing Street for a meeting with Prime minister Theresa May ahead of the Parliament vote on the Brexit deal agreed with the EU. Parliament will vote on whether to support or vote against the agreement struck between Prime Minister Theresa May’s government and the European Union. IMAGES of the arrivals of cabinet members

Polish PM arrives at Downing St as UK-Poland talks underway

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki arrives at Downing Street as UK-Poland talks get underway. IMAGES

May says wants to ‘deliver Brexit’ after winning confidence vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May speaks to the press outside 10 Downing Street after surviving a party confidence vote. May acknowledged a “signficant” number of colleagues had voted against her but said she wanted to “get on with the job of delivering Brexit”. SOUNDBITE

Second Brexit vote petition handed to 10 Downing Street

Activists and politicians hand over a petition to 10 Downing Street requesting a second referendum on Brexit.

UK Cabinet minsiters arrive for 10 Downing Street meeting

The British cabinet meets at Downing Street as Theresa May faces a rebellion from within her own party over the Brexit deal she has secured with the EU. The embattled premier, whose cabinet grudgingly approved her EU divorce draft last week, faces an uphill challenge to pass her deal through a sceptical parliament. IMAGES

May defends draft Brexit deal as ‘the right one for our country’

Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday defends a draft Brexit deal struck by British and EU negotiators in a press conference at Downing Street, saying “I believe with every fibre of my being that the course I have set out is the right one for my country.” SOUNDBITE

Theresa May leaves Downing Street to attend PMQs

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May leaves 10 Downing Street to attend the weekly Prime Minister’s Questions at the Houses of Parliament after British and European Union negotiators reached a draft agreement on Brexit. IMAGES