For U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May, Brexit has been an uphill battle, with roadblocks from U.K. and EU lawmakers forcing her to go back on promises she’s made along the way. Here’s a look at some key flip flops in May’s Brexit negotiations. Photo: Getty Images
LONDON—Pro-Brexit figurehead Nigel Farage launched a new political party to fight a European election few people thought would happen in Britain and where the winners might never take their seats.
At a summit this week, European Union leaders agreed to postpone Britain’s departure from the bloc until Oct. 31 to make time for Prime Minister Theresa May to push a divorce deal through Parliament. Britain was originally scheduled to leave the EU on March 29.