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Campaigners to launch bid to ban UK Government from putting Brexit deal before MPs

Anti-Brexit campaigners plan to lodge a legal action in a bid to ban the UK Government from putting its proposed Withdrawal Agreement before Parliament. Jo...

Theresa May pulls Brexit Bill from Commons as pressure for her to quit intensifies

Theresa May is to meet with UK Cabinet colleagues to discuss her heavily-criticised Brexit legislation as speculation mounted that she is on the verge...

May pleads for Brexit support as her leadership comes under intense pressure

Theresa May has pleaded with MPs to let her Brexit deal pass, as she faced intense pressure to quit after Tories rejected her latest proposals. The...

UK Labour whip quits as second referendum vote exposes splits

A UK Labour whip and an aide to deputy Labour leader Tom Watson quit in order to vote against a second Brexit referendum as...

Downing St challenges Corbyn after blocking PM confidence vote ‘stunt’

Downing Street has dared Jeremy Corbyn to bring a vote of no confidence in the Government in a bid to seek a general election,...

Nicola Sturgeon tells Scottish parliament second independence referendum plans are on hold

Nicola Sturgeon has announced she is putting plans for a second independence referendum on hold. The First Minister said the Scottish Government would not introduce...

Legal challenge over Brexit to begin in London High Court

A legal challenge over Brexit begins in the UK today in what has been described as the country's most important constitutional case in generations. Opponents...

Elect the Lords: Unelected House now on a Timer?

The most coveted House of Lords has been under scrutiny amid the post-Brexit trauma. Many said in the leave campaign that the unelected elite...

Nigel Farage to EU Parliament: ‘You’re not laughing now’

Nigel Farage told fellow MEPs "you're not laughing now" as he was barracked and booed at an emergency meeting of the European Parliament to...

UK Labour party to hold vote of no confidence on leader Jeremy Corbyn tomorrow

The British Labour party will hold a vote of no confidence on leader Jeremy Corbyn tomorrow, following more than 20 resignations from his top...

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Macron removes French interior minister after police protests

French President Emmanuel Macron has removed his interior minister as part of a government shake-up on Monday following protests against police brutality. The reshuffle is...

UK demand for new cars down almost 35% in June

Demand for new cars fell by 34.9% last month, an automotive industry body said. Only 145,377 new cars were registered in June compared with 223,421...

Nemanja Matic signs new Manchester United contract

Nemanja Matic has signed a new contract with Manchester United which will keep him at the club until June 2023. The 31-year-old Serbia midfielder joined...

Beijing accuses UK of ‘gross interference’ over Hong Kong citizenship offer

Beijing has accused ministers of a “gross interference into China’s internal affairs” by offering Hong Kong residents a route to citizenship over a controversial...

Anger as social distancing keeps Grenfell victims from Inquiry

Victims of the Grenfell Tower fire have expressed anger at not being able to attend the inquiry into the disaster due to social-distancing measures. The...
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