(Reuters)
World
Theresa May on tech possibilities in Scotland
British Prime Minister Theresa May held a joint news conference with Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon in Edinburgh, Scotland on Aug. 7.
Read More
Up next in Brexit
promo
2:04
Theresa May on tech possibilities in Scotland
promo
1:01
Tony Blair calls for referendum to stop Brexit
promo
2:57
May dances to ABBA, defends Brexit deal at annual conference
promo
1:19
Corbyn: Labour will vote against May's Brexit plan
promo
1:15
May: Britain expects European leaders to show 'respect'
promo
1:10
IMF: No-deal Brexit will have 'dire economic consequences'
promo
1:00
London mayor calls for second Brexit vote
promo
0:58
E.U. head promises close ties with Britain after Brexit
promo
1:48
Lawmaker warns Brexit deal could 'split' Theresa May's party
promo
1:54
Brexit may push Britain to build rival satellite system
promo
5:31
British secretary: 'You'll still be able to enjoy a BLT after Brexit'
promo
1:10
Some warn these British berry fields could go unpicked, thanks to Brexit
promo
1:22
May: E.U. plan to deal with Irish border is 'unworkable'
promo
1:21
Pro-Brexit campaign fined, referred to police
promo
1:20
May vows to 'build leading aerospace nation' after Brexit
promo
2:59
Trump's news conference with May, in 3 minutes
promo
0:58
May defends Brexit policy after Trump casts doubt
promo
1:58
Brexit clouds British financial sector in key week for May
promo
1:58
May: British health system will need more funding
promo
1:40
Boris Johnson caught talking possible 'Brexit meltdown'
promo
1:50
De La Rue to fight passport contract snub