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Manifestos indicate future tense for Great Britain

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Brexit barriers would harm science: UK varsities

Brexit barriers would harm science: UK varsities

The group said that there will be "no winners" if Brexit results in barriers between researchers and has pledged to work with "all sides to secure a positive outcome".

Brexit negotiations to start formally on June 19

Brexit negotiations to start formally on June 19

June 19 is the first formal day of talks between Britain and the European Union (EU) about its withdrawal from the bloc.

German president Frank-Walter Steinmeier says EU needs Poland to help solve crisis

Germany President Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Friday he thinks Poland will need to play a role if the European Union is to emerge united from its current crisis.

Boris Johnson plays differences with EU over military ambitions

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Monday downplayed differences with EU partners over the bloc`s military ambitions, saying London supported their efforts to bolster defence cooperation.

European Union could pay Brexit bill to Britain: Boris Johnson

European Union could pay Brexit bill to Britain: Boris Johnson

The European Union could end up paying a Brexit bill to Britain instead of the other way round.

UK Labour`s election manifesto and Brexit plan leaked

The document proposes sweeping reforms including the renationalisation of the railways, tax hikes and a large increase in borrowing to invest in infrastructure.

Three Indian-origin people among top 5 wealthiest in UK, Hinduja brothers top the list

Three Indian-origin people among top 5 wealthiest in UK, Hinduja brothers top the list

Besides brothers Srichand and Gopichand Hinduja, who invest in property, healthcare and oil and gas, there are over 40 Indian-origin super-rich in this year's list which also includes a record number of British billionaires - 134 - with 14 new ones emerging over the last year.

Influence of English is fading, says EU chief Juncker

Influence of English is fading, says EU chief Juncker

European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker, who hails from Luxembourg, speaks several European languages fluently.

Angela Merkel says wants good partnership with Britain after Brexit

Angela Merkel says wants good partnership with Britain after Brexit

German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Friday for fair and constructive negotiations with Britain over its exit from the European Union.

European Parliament chief denies British PM's allegations

European Parliament chief denies British PM's allegations

May stated that Britain would not allow the "bureaucrats of Brussels run over us" and urged voters to "give me your backing to fight for Britain."

May takes tough Brexit stance as UK holds local elections

May takes tough Brexit stance as UK holds local elections

Nearly 5,000 local authority seats are being contested across England, Scotland and Wales, along with eight metropolitan mayoralties.

Theresa May takes tough Brexit stance as UK holds local elections

Theresa May takes tough Brexit stance as UK holds local elections

Nearly 5,000 local authority seats are being contested across England, Scotland and Wales on Thursday along with eight metropolitan mayoralties.

British PM, queen mark end of Parliament before June vote

British PM, queen mark end of Parliament before June vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May visited Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday to mark the dissolution of Parliament ahead of next month`s surprise election.

EC's Juncker calls Theresa May `tough lady` in Brexit talks

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker said Wednesday that British Prime Minister Theresa May was a "tough lady", after reports of a disastrous Brexit dinner between the pair.

EU's Barnier says 'no punishment' in Brexit financial demands

EU's Barnier says 'no punishment' in Brexit financial demands

EU Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier denied Thursday that the bloc's financial demands from Britain for leaving were "punishment" but warned against the "illusion" that Brexit would be painless.

UK wants generous deal for EU residents post-Brexit: David Davis

UK wants generous deal for EU residents post-Brexit: David Davis

Britain's intention in negotiations over the post-Brexit status of European Union nationals already living in the United Kingdom is to give them very similar rights to those they enjoy now.

'Twitter could have predicted Brexit vote outcome'

'Twitter could have predicted Brexit vote outcome'

The outcome of the Brexit vote could have been predicted by analysing tweets during the five months preceding the historic vote, a first-of-its-kind study has found.

Twitter could have predicted Brexit vote outcome: Study

The outcome of the Brexit vote could have been predicted by analysing tweets during the five months preceding the historic vote.

EU leaders agree tough Brexit stance

EU leaders agree tough Brexit stance

"Guidelines adopted unanimously. (The) EU-27's firm and fair political mandate for the Brexit talks is ready," said EU president Donald Tusk.