May said it was possible a wider group was linked to the bombing at Manchester, prompting the increase in security few weeks before the elections.
“One of the soldiers of the Caliphate was able to place an explosive device within a gathering of the Crusaders in the city of Manchester,” ISIS said.
Her collection of pre-election pledges gives a glimpse of what May plans for Britain’s $2.6 trillion economy as she plans the lengthy Brexit negotiations.
The leader of the Scottish Conservatives, Ruth Davidson cited Orwell saying that “Nationalism […] is power-hunger tempered by self-deception”.
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China is one of the countries Britain hopes to sign a free trade agreement with once it leaves the EU, and London and Beijing have been keen to show that Britain’s withdrawal from the bloc will not affect ties.
A global cyber attack using NSA’s hacking tools has hit international shipper FedEx, Britain’s health system and infected computers in nearly 100 countries.
It was a clear attempt by May to reach more voters, some of whom may not tune into news programmes which are usually dominated by election news and the Brexit.
The 1998 Good Friday Agreement foresees the holding of referendums on both sides of the Irish border on uniting the island if there is public support.
European Union leaders in an unprecedented show of unity will meet at a summit in Brussels where they will adopt tough guidelines for two years of Brexit talks.
Iranian media have said she was convicted of plotting the “soft overthrow” of Iran’s clerical establishment.
A sudden change in the currency with which old debts to the colonies had to be paid helped Britain consolidate its status as a financial centre
Under current legislation, the next election was not scheduled to take place until 2020.
An exhibition of photographs is a glimpse into the lives and looks of Indians who had moved to Britain in the 1950s and after.
Britain’s upper parliamentary house dealt a defeat to Theresa May’s government, voting for a change to her Brexit plan, which says she can only trigger divorce talks if she promises to protect EU citizens’ rights.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has long said she will seek to give Scots a second vote if they are forced into a “hard Brexit” that would end their preferential access to the EU’s single market and free movement of labour.
An international financial hub, Hong Kong has seen tumultuous times over the past couple of years, with pro-democracy protests quelled in what many residents see as creeping interference by Beijing and the rise of a small but vocal movement pushing for independence.
May, who is also under pressure from some of her lawmakers over her strategy for Brexit, has stuck to her commitment to a state visit for Trump this year.
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On January 12, Guterres will open and chair a conference with the Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders and Cyprus’ three guarantors aimed at reuniting the Mediterranean island.
The British woman had been accused for having extramarital sex that could have led to her imprisonment and flogging.
Together with public comments by ministers in her Conservative government, the changes appear to suggest May is now supporting continued membership of the EU market if possible.
“These emerging findings raise difficult questions about whether ethnic minority communities are getting a fair deal in our justice system,” said the head reviewer.
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.
Prosecutors questioned the WikiLeaks founder regarding allegations of committing rape in Sweden in 2010. He has been held in London for four years.
Describing the election of real estate magnate Donald Trump as US President and Britain’s vote to leave the EU as proof that “change is in the air”, May said Britain should not shy away from making the case for globalisation.
Farage wrote on Twitter,”I’m confident he will be a good President.”
The British government pledged to share information with Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland, although the commitment is targetted at Scotland in particular.
Demonstrators chanted “Whose streets? Our streets” and “One solution, revolution” as they marched accompanied by police.
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The threat of more sanctions on Syria came before a EU summit on Thursday and Friday to discuss sanctions against Russia.
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Until now, EU rules allowed only for sanctions on individuals and companies targeted by the UN. EU governments could act individually.
Merkel’s CDU party slumped to its lowest level since 1990 in a Berlin state vote that rejected her open-door refugee policy.
EU leaders are expected to focus on bolstering security at the EU’s external borders and boosting the capacity of an EU investment fund meant to generate growth and jobs.
David Cameron appears to be distancing himself from the policies of the new government.
Britain’s new government has so far given little detail of what the country wants when it leaves the EU, saying it was focusing on preparing its negotiating stance for when it triggers the divorce procedure.
The British prime minister expressed the wish to enhance trade and cooperation on global issues between the UK and China, said China’s foreign ministry.
Goswami’s journalism is a TRP-driven apology for the broad ideological moorings of the educated Indians and such is the force of his modus operandi, that he can breach any number of journalistic codes without offending his core viewership.
Bahrain has accused the opposition of undermining security and fostering violence and terrorism in the country.