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Semi-naked climate change protesters interrupt Commons debate on Brexit 

LONDON April 2: Semi-naked climate change protesters interrupted a Commons debate on Brexit yesterday as they stripped off in the public gallery. Continue reading “Semi-naked climate change protesters interrupt Commons debate on Brexit “

MPs reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal: Final decision next week

LONDON March 30: MPs have rejected Theresa May’s Brexit deal for a third time, by 344 votes to 286, despite the prime minister’s offer to her Tory colleagues that she would resign if it passed. Continue reading “MPs reject Theresa May’s Brexit deal: Final decision next week”

UK Government Plans Third Brexit Deal Vote today

LONDON, March 29: The British government said it intended to bring back Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal for a third vote in parliament on Friday to avoid a chaotic no-deal divorce from the EU.

May’s throw of the dice comes a day after her dramatic pledge to resign in order to persuade her rivals to finally back her vision for breaking Britain’s 46-year bond with the European project. Continue reading “UK Government Plans Third Brexit Deal Vote today”

British Prime Minister Theresa May Vows To Quit If Brexit Deal Is Passed

LONDON March 28: Faced with losing all control over the Brexit process, British Prime Minister Theresa May looks to have played her final card by announcing she will step down if MPs approve her Brexit deal. Continue reading “British Prime Minister Theresa May Vows To Quit If Brexit Deal Is Passed”

Theresa May forced to set a departure date by her own party members

LONDON May 27: Theresa May has came under pressure from the shop stewards of Tory backbenchers to set a date for her departure.

Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the 1922 Committee, was seen entering 10 Downing Street early this afternoon amid rumours the Prime Minister will announce tomorrow when she plans to step down. Continue reading “Theresa May forced to set a departure date by her own party members”

Britain to witness hottest spring

LONDON March 26: Britain could see its hottest spring since records began with temperatures expected to soar well above average across the country through most of the season. Continue reading “Britain to witness hottest spring”

Sainsbury’s and Asda to sell 150 supermarkets over merger

LONDON March 25: Sainsbury’s and Asda have proposed to sell off between 125 and 150 supermarkets on the back of concerns raised by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) over the proposed merger.

A number of convenience stores and petrol stations are said to be axed, just days after the two supermarkets vowed to deliver £1 billion in savings to consumers if the takeover is given the green light. Continue reading “Sainsbury’s and Asda to sell 150 supermarkets over merger”

Huge anti-Brexit march to take place outside Parliament this weekend

LONDON March 22: Hundreds of thousands of Brexit protesters are set to descend on Parliament just six days before Britain is supposed to leave the European Union. An estimated 700,000 people marched on central London back in October, and similar scenes are expected on Saturday. Continue reading “Huge anti-Brexit march to take place outside Parliament this weekend”

UK Prime Minister Theresa May Asks EU To Delay Brexit Till June 30

LONDON March 21: Britain has asked EU leaders to delay Brexit until June 30, Prime Minister Theresa May told parliament on Wednesday, on eve of an EU summit in Brussels. Continue reading “UK Prime Minister Theresa May Asks EU To Delay Brexit Till June 30”

India Not First Tier Country For Post-Brexit Free Trade Deal: UK Minister

LONDON March 20: The UK government admitted on Tuesday that India is not the first tier country for post-Brexit free trade agreement (FTA) and a lot more work would be required before Britain can start negotiating such a deal with India. Continue reading “India Not First Tier Country For Post-Brexit Free Trade Deal: UK Minister”