European stocks were higher Friday morning, as investors closely monitored the ongoing political turmoil in the U.K.
Prime Minister Theresa May has upset people from all sides, including the so-called "Remainers" who feel that the U.K. is still in the European Union but without a seat on the board, according to John Browne, a former advisor to Margaret Thatcher.
John Browne, a former member of parliament in the U.K., says Prime Minister Theresa May "betrayed the country" and he wants to see her removed from leadership of the Conservative Party.
The U.K. was thrust into political turmoil on Thursday following a spate of resignations from Prime Minister Theresa May's government, including Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on British Prime Minister Theresa May's update on the Brexit plan.
British Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a statement on the Brexit plan.
U.K. lawmakers are struggling to agree on a deal to leave the European Union.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on the British pound sinking and what could be next for British Prime Minister Theresa May following the resignation of two of her cabinet members.
CNBC's Willem Marx reports on latest on Brexit following the resignation of cabinet members and British Prime Minister Theresa May's comments.
The major stock indexes snapped multiday losing steaks Thursday as J. P. Morgan Chase led banks higher and iPhone maker Apple rebounded after dipping into bear market territory earlier in the week.
Sterling plunged by over 1 percent against the dollar Thursday morning after U.K. Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigned from his post, piling yet more pressure on U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May.
European stocks moved lower Thursday as investors digested latest news out of Brexit.
British Prime Minister Theresa May managed to persuade her cabinet to back her draft Brexit agreement, but markets are still watching to see if the deal will win parliament's approval.
Jacob Kirkegaard of the Peterson Institute for International Economics says it is "quite possible" that the U.K. parliament will vote against Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit proposal.
If British Prime Minister Theresa May did indeed get the government in the U.K. with her, "that's certainly a positive development," Malmstrom says.
British Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the Brexit negotiations.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will give a short statement to media later on Wednesday after she finishes a meeting of her senior ministers to win their approval for a draft Brexit divorce deal.
The U.K. leader has to get senior ministers and a majority of parliament to approve a draft deal with the EU.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on what a deal between the United Kingdom and European Union what could do to the British pound.
European stocks moved lower on Wednesday as oil prices moved higher.