Julian Lewis, the MP for New Forest East in Hampshire, was criticising the former prime minister's backing of Huawei.
An online multiplayer platform game has proved more popular than former prime minister Theresa May when it comes to the biggest internet search terms of the year.Roblox, which has more than 100 million active monthly users, grew from strength to strength in 2019, while Mrs May was forced to stand down as leader of the country after failing to secure backing for her Brexit deal.Not surprisingly, it is Brexit itself which tops the most popular search terms of the year on Yahoo! UK.The topic has replaced the weather as Britain’s favourite topic, even if discussing it means falling out with friends and family, and it’s also what people have been searching for most online.MORE GALLERIES FROM YAHOO UK:Pictures of the decade: Reuters reveals its most powerful images from 2010-2019National Geographic’s most stunning images from 2019 revealedIn pictures: The 15 best TV shows of 2019The most popular person on the list is US president Donald Trump, who is only beaten into second place overall by Brexit.From his state visit to the UK in June to other world leaders joking about him behind his back, online readers couldn’t get enough of searching for Mr Trump.Sport featured heavily in the 2019 search list, with both the cricket and rugby world cups making it into the top ten, while the Ashes was a bit further down the chart at number 19.The nation still loves to be entertained in front of the TV, if its searches are anything to go by, with Emmerdale, Strictly and Love Island all in the top 20.
The pair showed no signs of the difficulties they have had since Mrs May became Tory leader and Prime Minister in 2016.
Theresa May thanked plenty of people for her win at her Maidenhead constituency but managed to leave out Boris Johnson completely from her speech.
Verhofstadt, who has campaigned for Britain to stay in the European Union, said the two deals were almost identical.
A poll by YouGov found that almost 6 out of 10 Britons view the new prime minister unfavourably.
Mr Barnier said he believed the UK knew the EU would not respond to threats of a no-deal.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, Mrs May said people wouldn't have looked at things the same way if she was a man.
Donald Trump said Theresa May had made a "mess" of Brexit after the UK ambassador branded his administration "inept".
Downing Street has cited Jo Cox's widower Brendan Cox's call for violence and intimidation against MPs not to be normalised.
Boris Johnson has pledged to raise the 40% income tax threshold from £50,000 to £80,000 if he becomes the next prime minister.
Thousands of people lined the streets on Tuesday in protest at Donald Trump's state visit to the UK.
Theresa May announced on Friday that she will resign on 7 June, bringing an end to her three-year tenure as Britain’s prime minister. In her 67-year reign, the Queen has been served by thirteen PMs and will meet her fourteenth when the results of the Conservative leadership contest are announced in mid-July. When the then Princess Elizabeth ascended the throne in 1952, Winston Churchill oversaw her Coronation. The pair are said to have had a close relationship and it’s said that she saw him as an almost father-figure. While the Queen has seen both the Conservative and Labour parties in power throughout her reign, she has also seen the first female PM - Margaret Thatcher - who, to date, was the longest serving. Take a look at the 13 prime ministers the Queen has had.
Viewers of the popular home renovation and auction series said they were “furious” that the BBC decided to move the latest episode to another channel.
In reality, as everyone knows - as she knows best of all - Brexit has wiped everything else off the domestic agenda. The Conservative government did not stand in the “common ground” of British politics. From the moment of her 2016 conference speech, when it was clear that ending free movement overrode all other political considerations, she made it a formal policy to sabotage Britain’s trading status and economic and legal structure in order to reduce immigration.
Theresa May announced today that she will resign on Friday 7 June.She inherited a slim majority when she took over as Prime Minister in 2016, but her failure to lead Britain out of the EU ultimately led to her demise.Her voice cracking, she said it had been ‘the honour of my life’ to serve ‘the country that I love’.In an emotional speech, Mrs May said she had ‘done her best’ to deliver the result of the EU referendum.We take a look back at some of her most memorable points during her political career, the highs and the lows.