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UK stands with Spain against 'evil' terrorism: PM May

UK stands with Spain against 'evil' terrorism: PM May

Officials in Barcelona said today the death toll in the attack in the heart of the city has gone up to 14.

In rare rebuke of Donald Trump, UK's Theresa May says leaders must condemn far-right views

The invitation to Trump to make a state visit to Britain sparked immediate controversy in Britain when the U.S. head of state announced his widely-criticised ban on travel from Muslim-majority countries just hours after May left the White House.

UK could continue EU peace funding for Northern Ireland after Brexit, Theresa May says

UK could continue EU peace funding for Northern Ireland after Brexit, Theresa May says

Britain will consider replacing some European Union funding for peace projects in Northern Ireland after it leaves the bloc in 2019, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday. 

Ireland says no proposal for post-Brexit sea border with Britain

Ireland says no proposal for post-Brexit sea border with Britain

Northern Irish Protestant politicians who are propping up British Prime Minister Theresa May`s minority government reacted with fury on Friday to a report that Ireland wants the Irish Sea to be its border with Britain after Brexit.

Brexit transition could last until 2022: UK minister

Brexit transition could last until 2022: UK minister

Prime Minister Theresa May has so far insisted that Brexit needs tougher immigration rules, including an end to free movement of EU citizens.

UK must agree implementation period for EU migration curbs: Lawmakers

Concerns over immigration were a key driver behind last year's vote to leave the EU, and the government has made controlling Britain's borders central to its Brexit plans.

Violent crimes up by 18 percent in England and Wales, biggest increase in a decade

The increase comes amid heated rows about police funding and a fall in the number of officers, with opponents accusing Prime Minister Theresa May's government of putting the public at risk by slashing budgets.

UK's Theresa May to warn cabinet ministers over top-level leaks: PM's spokesman

Finance minister Philip Hammond, who has championed a softer form of Brexit, bore the brunt of a series of critical newspaper stories over the weekend about what was said at private government meetings.

European Union can 'go whistle' for Brexit bill: UK Foreign Minister

Britain last month began negotiations with the EU to set the terms of its divorce and set a potential timetable for discussing a future free trade deal.

Donald Trump's visit to Britain to be delayed until 2018: Source

Prime Minister Theresa May extended the invitation when she visited Washington just days after Trump's inauguration in January, but a date has yet to be set.

Ivanka breaks protocol, replaces Donald Trump at G-20 heads meet

Ivanka breaks protocol, replaces Donald Trump at G-20 heads meet

A White House official told AFP that Ivanka had been at the back of the room but "briefly joined the main table when the president had to step out."
 

PM Modi seeks UK's help in extraditing economic offenders

PM Modi seeks UK's help in extraditing economic offenders

Mallya has been in the UK for months, escaping arrest warrants against him, while a court in London is also hearing a case regarding his return to India.

Theresa May could walk out of Brexit talks over exit bill: Reports

Theresa May could walk out of Brexit talks over exit bill: Reports

The EU wants to agree with Britain on a formula for calculating how much it will owe the bloc after it leaves before it starts talks on its future trading relationship.

British Prime Minister Theresa May under pressure to replace council over London blaze

London mayor Sadiq Khan called on May to replace the council with independent commissioners after the leader of the council, Nick Paget-Brown, and his deputy, Rock Feilding- Mellen, both announced on Friday that they would be stepping down over "perceived failings" by the council after the fire on June 14 that claimed at least 80 lives and displaced hundreds.

Theresa May wins confidence vote, survives first major test in UK Parliament

Theresa May wins confidence vote, survives first major test in UK Parliament

The MPs voted in favour of the Queen's Speech by 323 votes to 309 with a majority of 14.

British PM faces vote test in parliament over government plan

British PM faces vote test in parliament over government plan

May will cut short a visit to Berlin to dash back to Britain for the late afternoon vote, underlining her precarious position after she lost her Conservative Party's parliamentary majority in an election on June 8 that she did not need to call.

Struggling British PM Theresa May faces confidence vote

Members of the House of Commons will vote on the Conservative leader's legislative plans -- the Queen's Speech -- in a key test of whether she can stay in power.

 

Muslim children increasingly facing bullying in UK

Muslim children in the UK as young as nine have been bullied about their race and faith after a spate of recent terror attacks in the country with some being branded as "terrorists" by classmates, according to a charity.

Britain's opposition Labour Party to force vote in parliament on pay cap

May's botched gamble on a June 8 snap election lost her Conservative Party its majority in parliament, leading her to strike a deal on Monday with a small Northern Irish party to ensure she has enough votes to pass legislation in parliament.

UN rights boss criticises Theresa May, Donald Trump and Rodrigo Duterte

The top United Nations human rights official has criticised Britain`s Prime Minister Theresa May for her election campaign remarks suggesting that laws could be overturned if they stymied the fight against terrorism.