There was not much meaningful about Tuesday's Brexit vote, but at least the prime minister is now finally promising to build consensus.
For Therese Raphael's latest contributions to The Japan Times, see below:
Conservative lawmakers in the U.K. voted on one question, but decided another. Their choice may not make the path for an orderly Brexit any easier, but it may make a disorderly Brexit a little less likely. The ballot presented to 317 Tory members of Parliament ...
The British prime minister's effort to sideline parliament has failed and now it's hard to tell who's at the wheel of Brexit.
U.K. voters threw out the script. Let that be a lesson.
The Birmingham connection to the March 22 attack in the heart of London isn't a big surprise. A report released this month called it one of Britain's terrorist capitals.