British Prime Minister Theresa May has condemned the attack on a concert in Manchester, calling it an act of "sickening cowardice." Political leaders in Britain have agreed to suspend campaigning for upcoming elections.
Non-EU migrants could find it harder to enter Britain under policies outlined in a pre-election manifesto drafted by the prime minister's Conservatives. The document is being published ahead of a June 8 snap election.
EU ministers have given Michel Barnier the mandate to start Brexit negotiations. Talks are to begin in mid-June, after the UK’s general election. Citizens' rights are the first item up for discussion.
As the UK heads toward the June 8 snap election, the Conservative Party is relying heavily on Prime Minister Theresa May's personal popularity. Samira Shackle reports from London.
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