A much-anticipated reshuffle of May’s cabinet did little more than demonstrate the prime minister’s weakness.
May named an ally to run the ruling Conservatives and promoted younger ministers on Monday.
May rushed to Brussels before dawn to seal a European Commission agreement that “sufficient progress” had been made to begin talks about trade and a two-year Brexit transition period.
The poll, published in the Mail On Sunday newspaper, found 50% of people supported another vote on the final terms of Britain’s exit deal, 34% rejected another referendum and 16% said they did not know.
The EU told May on Friday that there was more work to be done to unlock the Brexit talks, repeating its early December deadline for her to flesh out Britain’s opening offer.
While support for the controversial mine exists in rural areas – where the narrative of jobs finds resonance – it is opposed in metropolitan centres where a more definitive acceptance of the threats from climate change defines attitudes.
Turnbull’s centre-right government has already lost its majority in parliament, accounting for four of the eight lawmakers to be forced out or to resign from parliament in recent weeks because they were dual citizens.
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.
Theresa May was forced to appoint Gavin Williamson after her ally Michael Fallon quit.
Prime Minister Theresa May, weakened after losing her parliamentary majority in a June election, loses a loyalist at a time when she is trying to break a deadlock in talks to leave the European Union.
The final day of vote will mark the end of a closely contested parliamentary election between Norway’s ruling right and its opposition, the left wing Labour party.
May’s government published legislation on Thursday to sever political, financial and legal ties with the EU by 2019, and there will be high stakes when it is tabled in Westminster.
Before the election, there had been widespread speculation in the British media that May would replace Hammond if she won a large majority.
Several polls have indicated vastly different expectations for the June 8 elections, but popularity remains low most likely due to the recent tax increase.
The prime minister, whose ratings are sliding due to the recent increase in healthcare taxes, says the only polls that matter are the June 8 election.
Fairness and dignity along with the guarantee of work and security are at the heart of the Labour Party leader’s campaign and politics – promises that Corbyn has stood by despite fierce opposition from the mainstream establishment.
The Survation telephone poll was conducted on May 19 and 20 after the release of the Conservative and Labour manifestos.
One poll showed the Conservative lead over the Labour had fallen to 13 points, compared to the 23 points that the same polling firm found last week.
According to polls by Opinium, ComRes and YouGov, May’s Conservatives held a lead of 19-25 percentage points, with the party’s support ranging from 45 to 50%.
Corbyn is looking to harness the powerful anti-establishment mood revealed by the Brexit referendum, which has roots stretching back to the 2007-09 financial crisis.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says she is confident of overturning the ruling that parliament must be consulted on Brexit.
The court did not spell out in its ruling whether the government would need to pass a new law to begin the divorce proceedings, but Britain’s Brexit minister David Davis said this was likely if the Supreme Court upholds the decision.
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Corbyn has been re-elected leader of the Labour Party.
In an unconventional move, Malcolm Turnbull declared Kevin Rudd unfit for the post of UN Secretary General.
Sturgeon has stated that Scots must not be dragged out of the EU against their will and that she will explore all options for preventing that from happening.
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In wake of the Chilcot report, Prescott says he now believes the Iraq war was illegal and criticised Tony Blair for not exploring peace options fully.
Theresa May will fight it out with Andrea Leadsom for the post of Britain’s next prime minister.
Leading Candidate Theresa May who campaigned to ‘Remain’, has stated that Britain needs to first clear its stance on negotiations before starting the process of formal exit.
In the June 23 referendum, younger voters were widely in favour of Britain staying in the EU.
The Brexit could lead to economic renewal for the UK, but only if the country stops taking neoliberal economic opinions from Financial Times, The Economist and others of their kind.
Corbyn has faced consistent criticism from within his party for his “ineffective” performance in the “Remain” campaign.
Many Labour supporters say the party should be focussing more than ever on challenging the Conservative government and offering ways to overcome Britain’s post-referendum crisis.
The nation is its own enemy when it thwarts the blossoming of radical diversity – and tragically, this is what the Brexit promises for Britain.
Senior Labour lawmakers doubt that Cobryn will be able to lead them to victory in the next elections, claiming that he is on the far left of the party.
The petition for a second referendum has gained popularity with around three million supporters.
As the Opposition’s shadow cabinet is slowly dismantling, a motion of no confidence in Corbyn will be debated later this week.
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.