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Who Could Replace Theresa May? Here Are the Main Contenders

By BENJAMIN MUELLER and CEYLAN YEGINSU

If Mrs. May falls in a vote of no confidence among her party’s lawmakers Wednesday night, plenty of rivals stand ready to compete for her job.

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With Brexit Vote Looming, Britons on Both Sides Rally in London

By BENJAMIN MUELLER and ELLEN BARRY

Protesters from Britain’s right and left took to the streets on Sunday, offering starkly different visions of the country’s future as the government scrambled to salvage its plan for exiting the European Union.

In Britain, a Team Effort to Help Local News Survive

By AMIE TSANG

To support local newspapers and news sites, the salaries of nearly 150 reporters are being paid through Britain’s TV license fee, which finances the BBC.

Eat: Even Better Than the Original Ashure

By SAMIN NOSRAT

Light but still rich, a Middle Eastern breakfast dish is updated for a modern palate.

In a Seething Pro-Brexit Town, Doubts Creep In About Leaving the E.U.

By BENJAMIN MUELLER

Many in Sunderland saw the 2016 referendum as a chance to strike a blow to the political establishment. Now they see it as another example of broken promises.

500-Year-Old Skeleton Found in London (Thigh-High Boots and All)

By PALKO KARASZ

The discovery of the remains by the River Thames provided a glimpse into the life of a man in medieval times.

London Police’s Tactic to Stop Thieves on Scooters: Ram Them

By PALKO KARASZ

The police released a video showing officers hitting fleeing suspects on motorcycles and scooters, but though the prime minister backs the tactic, not everyone was pleased.

500-Year-Old Skeleton Found in London (Thigh-High Boots and All)

By PALKO KARASZ

The discovery of the remains by the River Thames provided a glimpse into the life of a man in medieval times.

An Awkward Moment for the Russian Art Market

By SCOTT REYBURN

Sales have slowed in the face of new political realities, including Western sanctions on Moscow. But wealthy buyers continue to create surprises.

In Jewelry, Tales of Love

Five people talk about pieces with special meaning, like a pendant carried at Auschwitz, a ring celebrating a new baby and a grandmother’s jadeite disc.

Modern Love: Marooned on β€˜Love Island’

By SOPHIE MACKINTOSH

When a medical crisis asks a young woman to confront the messier aspects of love, she plunges into a reality TV version of romance.

U.K. Agrees on Brexit Plan With Europe’s Negotiators

By STEPHEN CASTLE

The completion of what critics dismissed as a vague and ambiguous political declaration opens the way for the E.U. to approve a larger draft agreement on Sunday.

A Popular Sight at Tate Modern: The Neighbors’ Apartments

By ALEX MARSHALL

A court is to decide whether the London museum’s viewing terrace invades the privacy of residents opposite. For now, many visitors still enjoy the view.

Federer Falls Short of a 100th Title. But He Does Get an Apology.

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Alexander Zverev beat Federer at the ATP Finals in London, then said he’s sorry for the quirky way the match stopped during the second-set tiebreaker.

As Brexit Options Dwindle, New Momentum for a 2nd Referendum

By STEPHEN CASTLE

Theresa May’s plan for Britain to leave the European Union looks unlikely to get through Parliament, leaving few options. That makes a second referendum a real prospect.

In Search of the Real Thing: China’s Quest to Buy Back Its Lost Heritage

By SCOTT REYBURN

Chinese collectors flock to London to buy items from their country’s Imperial past, attracted by pieces with ownership histories that guarantee authenticity.

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