The coordinated defence is part of attempts to shore up Theresa May’s government, which has been weakened by a series of scandals and gaffes involving her top team of ministers as she negotiates the Brexit.
The government is giving off the whiff of terminal decline. But it’s not yet in free fall.
Britain and the US are two of eight signatories to the deal, along with Iran, China, France, Russia, Germany and the EU.
The Sunday Times said it asked May about her plans for Johnson, who has professed loyalty but is accused by some of the prime minister’s allies of undermining her.
A prankster who has previously targeted US President Donald Trump interrupted British Prime Minister Theresa May’s keynote speech at her annual conference.
At the Conservatives annual conference, May said “what I have is a cabinet that is united..and agreed on the approach that we took in Florence (on Brexit).”
The Sunday Telegraph report stated that British officials were likely to offer to pay ten billion euros a year for three years after leaving the EU in March 2019.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un personally supervised the midnight launch of the missile on Friday night and said it was a “stern warning” for the US.
Prime Minister Theresa May, her authority diminished after losing her majority in a June election she did not need to call, has struggled to control rivals.
The vote was moved by Corbyn’s Labour to get May to change her government’s austerity agenda and increase public spending, but May’s coalition won narrowly.
The attack was the deadliest in UK since 2005, when 52 people were killed by Islamist suicide bombers on London’s public transport system.
The issue of flight suspension came up in talks involving British and Egyptian officials and leadership amidst huge economic losses to Egypt.
The Amnesty report had said that 5000-13,000 people were executed at the Sednaya prison in four years, after a popular uprising had descended into war.
Several countries including long-standing US allies like UK and Germany spoke out against Trump’s order calling the measure discriminatory and divisive.
The document shows that May is trying to control key Brexit questions herself while her senior ministers are divided and the civil service is in turmoil.
A diplomatic solution to the fighting looked unlikely as US and Russian diplomats disagreed at a UN Security Council meeting called to discuss the violence.
The High Negotiations Committee presented its road map to a new political settlement for Syria at a meeting in London.
The ‘leave’ campaign is worried that having a prime minister who favours remaining with the EU to execute Brexit may lead to a watered-down form of Brexit.
Bahrain has accused the opposition of undermining security and fostering violence and terrorism in the country.
Johnson, who started his career as a journalist is known to take a dig at top leaders across the world.
Despite Theresa May’s strong lead, Andrea Leadsom’s eurosceptic leanings and opposition to gay marriage could swing the final vote in her favour.
This makes Theresa May, the interior minister who backed remaining in the EU, the new favourite to succeed Cameron.
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has indicated that a second referendum for Scottish independence is likely.
Corbyn has faced consistent criticism from within his party for his “ineffective” performance in the “Remain” campaign.
UK’s leadership crisis and a lack of further clarity on its EU exit have stoked investor anxiety, as the sterling continues to plummet
Despite not favouring holding another referendum, if one were to be held immediately Scots would back a breakaway from the rest of Britain.
Although he did not specify a timeline for his exit, Cameron indicated that he would stay for the next three months until a new prime minister is in place by the start the Conservative party conference in October.
The vote instantly creates the biggest global financial shock since the 2008 economic crisis, this time with interest rates around the world already at or near zero, stripping policymakers of the means to fight it.
A look at the domestic and global impact of the UK leaving the European Union, and whether or not holding a referendum to decide the matter is good idea.
Personality politics is obscuring the information that voters need to make their decision on the ‘Brexit’ on June 23.
A defence of the status quo that focuses too much on Trump and Sanders (and Brexit) as threats, rather than as pointing the way to a new order, is a road to nowhere but the rise of the radical Right and the forces of backward-looking nationalism and chauvinism.
Obama had warned Britons they would go to “the back of the queue” for a trade deal if they left the European Union.
“Now is a time for friends and allies to stick together,” Obama said. “Together, the United States, the United Kingdom, and the European Union have turned centuries of war in Europe into decades of peace, and worked as one to make this world a safer, better place.”
On the issue of privacy, opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn was quick to tell the press: “Well, it’s a private matter in so far as it’s a privately held interest. But it’s not a private matter if tax is not being paid.