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Victory for May as Labour suffers historic defeat

Britain's main opposition Labour Party defeated UKIP's leader in a Brexit bastion, but in a second by-election suffered a landmark defeat to Prime Minister Theresa May's governing Conservatives on Friday.

Britain's Labour Party faces backlash in working-class heartlands

Two parliamentary by-elections in Britain next week are likely to cast a pitiless light on the Labour Party`s loss of working-class votes and expose its leader to the anti-establishment backlash that is driving the country out of the European Union.

Theresa May rejects petition against Donald Trump's State Visit to UK

UK Prime Minister Theresa May today formally rejected a petition that had garnered popular support against US President Donald Trump being welcomed to Britain on a State Visit, saying her government "does not support" the view.

Scottish vote to air opposition to Brexit

The Scottish parliament is expected to officially register its opposition to the British government`s march towards Brexit on Tuesday in a vote that will further strain the bonds of the United Kingdom.

Israel's Netanyahu urges Britain to join Iran sanctions

Israel's Netanyahu urges Britain to join Iran sanctions

Ahead of his talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May, Netanyahu said other nations should follow new US President Donald Trump's imposition of sanctions against Iran following a ballistic missile test.

British government says will not allow lawmakers to block Brexit

British government says will not allow lawmakers to block Brexit

Lawmakers seeking to change Theresa May`s Brexit strategy will not be able to block Britain from leaving the European Union, May`s spokeswoman said on Monday before a debate on possible amendments to legislation in parliament.

Britain to mark Queen Elizabeth II's record 65-year reign

Queen Elizabeth II is poised for another historic milestone, an unprecedented 65 years on the throne.

Two-thirds of Britons believe Donald Trump threats international stability

Two-thirds of Britons believe Donald Trump threats international stability

Almost two-thirds of Britons believe US President Donald Trump is a threat to international stability, according to a new poll.

Britain won't be able to witness the beauty of Northern Lights by 2050!

Britain won't be able to witness the beauty of Northern Lights by 2050!

The study shows how sunspot records can be used to reconstruct what happened the last time the Earth experienced such a dramatic dip in solar activity more than three centuries ago.

No improvement in heart failure survival rates in two decades

No improvement in heart failure survival rates in two decades

 There has been no improvement since 1998 in survival rates for heart failure patients, a new study has found.

Acupuncture treatment help reduce chronic pain, depression: Study

Acupuncture treatment help reduce chronic pain, depression: Study

Do you often suffer from chronic pain and depression? If yes, then try acupuncture treatment as it helps to reduce the pain.

Japan paying 10,000 pounds monthly to British think tank to propagate against China: Media

Japan has been paying 10,000 pounds per month to a British think tank to hype up "China threat" among British high-level politicians, the media here has reported.

Anti-Brexit campaigners aim to stage biggest protest march

Anti-Brexit campaigners are hoping to organise the biggest protest march in modern British history, drawing fresh inspiration from the success of anti-Trump rallies around the world, the media reported on Saturday.

Donald Trump hosts first foreign leader as Theresa May visits White House

Donald Trump hosts first foreign leader as Theresa May visits White House

Trump has decried NATO as "obsolete" and expressed a willingness to befriend Russia`s Vladimir Putin -- two positions that deeply concern European leaders from London to Lisbon.

UK, US have opportunity to "lead together" again: PM May

UK, US have opportunity to "lead together" again: PM May

"As we rediscover our confidence together, as you renew your nation just as we renew ours, we have the opportunity to renew the special relationship for this new age," May said.

Britain signals possible shift on Syria policy

Britain`s foreign minister hinted at a shift in policy on Syria on Thursday, saying President Bashar al-Assad could be allowed to run for re-election and mentioning a possible "arrangement" with regime ally Russia.

European Union warns Britain against pre-Brexit trade talks

European Union warns Britain against pre-Brexit trade talks

Brussels warned Britain Monday that it must must refrain from any formal negotiations for bilateral trade deals with third countries until after its divorce from the EU.

EU warns Britain against pre-Brexit trade talks

Brussels warned Britain Monday that it must must refrain from any formal negotiations for bilateral trade deals with third countries until after its divorce from the EU.

Donald Trump bigger uncertainty for EU than Brexit, says UK Finance Minister

Donald Trump bigger uncertainty for EU than Brexit, says UK Finance Minister

Donald Trump`s presidency is likely to create bigger uncertainty for the European Union than Britain`s decision to leave the bloc, Britain`s finance minister Philip Hammond said on Friday.

Brexit talks can only begin once Britain triggers Article 50: German govt

Negotiations about Britain`s future relationship with the remaining 27 European Union members can only start once the British government has invoked Article 50 to start the divorce talks, a German government spokeswoman said on Wednesday.