Three Conservative Lawmakers Quit Party In Protest Over “Disastrous Brexit”

LONDON Feb 21: Three pro-EU lawmakers from Britain’s governing Conservatives quit over the “disastrous handling of Brexit” on Wednesday, in a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May’s attempts to unite her party around plans to leave the European Union. Continue reading “Three Conservative Lawmakers Quit Party In Protest Over “Disastrous Brexit””

Isis bride Shamima Begum to have British citizenship taken back

LONDON Feb 20: Shamima Begum will have her British citizenship revoked by the Government, her lawyer has said. The 19-year-old, who fled east London in 2015 to travel to Syria, will not be allowed back to the UK following the Home Office’s decision. Continue reading “Isis bride Shamima Begum to have British citizenship taken back”

Now doctors prescribe plots to help with loneliness or muscle and joint pain

LONDON Feb 19: A GP surgery has begun prescribing allotments to patients with stress and mobility issues.

The May Lane Surgery, in Dursley, Gloucester, is offering gardening spaces to people with social isolation or joint pain to get them fitter – and onto a healthy diet. Continue reading “Now doctors prescribe plots to help with loneliness or muscle and joint pain”

Ban all ISIS members from returning to UK (Signature Campaign)

LONDON Feb 19: A petition has been stated to Ban all ISIS members from returning to the UK, remove their citizenship and passports. Continue reading “Ban all ISIS members from returning to UK (Signature Campaign)”

“India Shouldn’t Play Against Pakistan In World Cup 2019 In the UK”: CCI Secretary To BCCI

LONDON Feb 18: In the wake of the terror attack in Pulwama, where at least 40 Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) personnel were killed on Thursday, Cricket Club of India (CCI) secretary Suresh Bafna on Sunday said that India should not play against Pakistan in the upcoming World Cup. Continue reading ““India Shouldn’t Play Against Pakistan In World Cup 2019 In the UK”: CCI Secretary To BCCI”

More Brexit Humiliation For British PM As Parliament Defeats Her Again

LONDON Feb 15: British lawmakers defeated Prime Minister Theresa May in a symbolic vote over her Brexit strategy on Thursday, undermining her pledge to European Union leaders that she can get the unpopular divorce deal approved if they grant her concessions. Continue reading “More Brexit Humiliation For British PM As Parliament Defeats Her Again”

GP appointments by Skype will be made available across country

LONDON Feb 14: GP appointments by Skype will be made available across swathes of the country after health officials dropped their opposition to the plans. Continue reading “GP appointments by Skype will be made available across country”

British cabinet ministers believe PM May preparing to resign

LONDON Feb 14: Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May at an European Union leaders summit in Brussels, Belgium October 17, 2018. (Reuters Photo: Toby Melville) Continue reading “British cabinet ministers believe PM May preparing to resign”

Prince Philip, 97, surrenders Driving Licence month after car crash

LONDON Feb 11: Queen Elizabeth II’s 97-year-old husband Prince Philip on Saturday surrendered his driving licence after causing a car crash that outraged the media and stirred a debate about old age and driving. Continue reading “Prince Philip, 97, surrenders Driving Licence month after car crash”

UK, Norway, Iceland agrees on citizens’ rights if no-deal Brexit

LONDON Feb 9: Britain and Norway agreed last year to apply the principles of a Brexit agreement in their bilateral relationship, but the new legislation will also cover a no-deal scenario. Continue reading “UK, Norway, Iceland agrees on citizens’ rights if no-deal Brexit”