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Sarah Parnass is a foreign video editor for The Washington Post. She edited politics video for the 2016 election cycle. Before joining The Post, she wrote about politics for ABC News Digital.
Members of Britain’s Parliament criticized British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, even calling it ‘a polished turd,’ before ultimately rejecting it March 12.
While some lawmakers argued it was the best option, British Prime Minister Theresa May again made her opposition to a second people’s vote on Brexit known in the House of Commons in London Feb. 26.
British Prime Minister Theresa May responded Jan. 30 after Scottish National Party leader Ian Blackford accused her party of having ‘ripped apart’ the peace deal with Northern Ireland.
Here are key moments from the House of Commons in London Jan. 29, as lawmakers debated and voted on amendments to Prime Minister Theresa May’s withdrawal deal.
Speaker John Bercow presides over Britain’s House of Commons with the vocabulary of an Oxford professor and the vocal projection of a carnival barker.
British Prime Minister Theresa May kept her job, but with less than three months until the deadline, she still doesn’t have a deal for Britain to leave the European Union.
The Post’s Shane Harris explains what is known about Paul Whelan, the man claiming citizenship in four countries who Russia has detained and accused of being a spy.
President Trump abruptly announced Dec. 23 he was removing Defense Secretary Jim Mattis in January, two months before his planned departure.
Watch videos that Post correspondents sent in from the field over the past year.
Economist and longtime politician Campbell Barr is the first Afro-Costa Rican to be elected to that office.