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Theresa May shakes up British government to prepare for Brexit

Theresa May shakes up British government to prepare for Brexit

A day after replacing David Cameron, May moved to impose her authority by axing a handful of prominent ministers including Justice Secretary Michael Gove.

UK government rejects 4m-strong petition for 2nd EU vote

The British government formally rejected a petition signed by more than 4.125 million people calling for a second referendum.

EU Parliament urges `immediate` triggering of Brexit process

EU Parliament urges `immediate` triggering of Brexit process

The European Parliament urged Britain to immediately trigger the divorce process from the European Union after the shock referendum vote by British voters to leave the bloc.

''No need to write, David,'' impatient EU tells Cameron

''No need to write, David,'' impatient EU tells Cameron

Britain need not send a formal letter to the European Union to trigger a two-year countdown to its exit from the bloc, EU officials said, implying British Prime Minister David Cameron could start the process when he speaks at a summit on Tuesday.

Britain probes whether some Sharia courts legitimise forced marriage, divorces unfair to women

Britain probes whether some Sharia courts legitimise forced marriage, divorces unfair to women

"There is only one rule of law in our country, which provides rights and security for every citizen," interior minister Theresa May said in a statement.

Setback for India as UK declines to deport Vijay Mallya!

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Tens of thousands in London march against PM, austerity

Tens of thousands in London march against PM, austerity

Some protesters also demanded Cameron quit following revelations that he had shares in an offshore fund set up by his late father.

UK's SFO initiates investigation into Tata Steel's operations: Report

 UK`s Serious Fraud Office has initiated a criminal investigation into Tata Steel`s operations, the Telegraph reported on Thursday.

UK govt increases scholarships to attract Indian students

UK govt increases scholarships to attract Indian students

The number of Indian students has decreased in the last few years in the UK following a clamp down on bogus colleges, but the British government is wooing students by increasing scholarships, a British High Commission official said on Friday.

Britain delays decision on London airport expansion

An earlier commission had recommended the expansion of Heathrow airport, but that has met fierce resistance from some lawmakers and environmental groups, as well as thousands of people living near the airport.

Trump comments on Muslims wrong: British government

The British government condemned comments by US presidential hopeful Donald Trump as "wrong" on Tuesday.

UK govt, Tata Steel announce 9 mn pound support package

The 1,200 Tata Steel workers in the UK facing job cuts have been thrown a lifeline with a 9 million pound support package put together by the British government and the Indian steel giant.

Britain to build world's most advanced floating lab

 The British government on Monday announced that it is set to build a polar research ship that will be one of the world's most advanced floating labs.

UK cracks down on employing illegal workers

UK immigration minister James Brokenshire issued a stark warning to so-called "rogue employers" of hundreds of raids to clamp down on the practice.

Panel discussion on Sushma Swaraj's statement on Lalit Modi controversy- Part II

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj once again on Thursday pleaded innocence in the Lalit Modi controversy and reiterated in the Lok Sabha that she had never recommended to the British government that travel documents be granted to the former IPL chief.

Panel discussion on Sushma Swaraj's statement on Lalit Modi controversy

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj once again on Thursday pleaded innocence in the Lalit Modi controversy and reiterated in the Lok Sabha that she had never recommended to the British government that travel documents be granted to the former IPL chief.

If Sonia Gandhi was in my place, would she have let Lalit Modi's wife die, asks Sushma Swaraj

If Sonia Gandhi was in my place, would she have let Lalit Modi's wife die, asks Sushma Swaraj

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj once again on Thursday pleaded innocence in the Lalit Modi controversy and reiterated in the Lok Sabha that she had never recommended to the British government that travel documents be granted to the former IPL chief.

Chidambaram demands release of letters to UK on Lalit Modi

Former finance minister P Chidambaram Monday demanded release of letters written to the British government on the Lalit Modi case in the wake of controversy over External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's help to him in getting travel documents.

SNP threatens fresh referendum unless Scotland gets more powers: Report

The Scottish National Party has threatened to call for another referendum to break up the United Kingdom unless the British government agrees to devolve more powers to Scotland, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

Britain in European court for killing Brazilian mistaken bomber

The European Court of Human Rights began hearing a case Wednesday against the British government over the police killing of a Brazilian man mistaken for a suicide bomber soon after the deadly July 2005 bombings.