Top Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson sought to build bridges with EU and Britons who voted to remain in the EU in last week's referendum. Johnson praised Treasury chief George Osborne's efforts to calm gyrating financial markets.
A cross-party parliamentary committee has urged the government to consider a "limited extension" if key issues aren't dealt with. The committee's chair said "credible, detailed proposals" need to be put forward now.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said that Moscow will expel British diplomats from the country. UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said Russia's Vladimir Putin likely ordered the Salisbury attack himself.
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has said he wants to reach out to Remain voters who still have concerns about Brexit. Johnson said a second Brexit vote would result in another year of "wrangling and turmoil."
The UK is expected to formally blame Moscow for poisoning a former Russian agent on British soil, according to newspaper reports. Prime Minister Theresa May will chair a National Security Council meeting on the incident.
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