British PM Theresa May, told her peers that she was on course to deliver Brexit and urged them to fasten the talks so as to unravel more than 40 year of membership, that UK has had with EU.
The face-off is expected to take place over a bill that the government is trying to pass, proposing to repeal a 1972 legislation binding Britain to the EU and copy existing EU law into domestic law to ensure legal continuity after Brexit
While guaranteeing rights to unborn children who join EU parents after Brexit, PM May also managed to secure agreement for the British citizens to live freely in any member state after Brexit.
The ongoing litigation against Mallya revolves around the $1.4 billion that the former owes to IDBI on account of the loans borrowed by the now obsolete Kingfisher Airlines.
The government said it was proposing a change to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill currently making its way through parliament to set the exit for 11 pm GMT on March 29, 2019.
May has promised to retain full access to the EU’s single market for two years after Brexit to limit the disruption for companies.
US President Donald Trump broke ranks with other major powers earlier this month by refusing to formally certify that Tehran is complying with the deal.
A new report has revealed that every third Indian household in the UK falls into the wealthiest bracket, earning over £1,000 GBP each week.
Britain and the US are two of eight signatories to the deal, along with Iran, China, France, Russia, Germany and the EU.
As Brexit drags on, support for the EU in Scotland is rising, but backing for Sturgeon’s independence proposal has stayed roughly where it was in 2014.
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.
May is trying to face down a rebellion by some of her own lawmakers just as Britain enters a crucial stage in Brexit talks, 18 months before the country leaves the EU.
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 party is keen not to lose its supporters, mostly in northern England, who backed Brexit and have been reticent on how they see the future relationship with the bloc.
Two men were let off while four continue to be in custody as investigations are underway in the tube terror attack, UK’s fifth this year.
On Monday, five US and British government sources said it was possible that the attack was “inspired” by ISIS via its extensive array of internet-based propaganda.
Days before Theresa May is due to speak in Italy about Britain’s EU departure, Johnson published a 4,300-word newspaper article that roamed well beyond his ministerial brief and, in some cases, the approach set out by the government.
The British PM responded after Trump raised speculations about the bombers “being in the sights” of intelligence agencies, even as investigations are underway.
The Metro newspaper reported that passengers had suffered facial burns from a blast and others had been hurt in a subsequent stampede.
The EU budget commissioner said the UK will have to keep making payments for long-term programmes until at least 2020, even after it leaves in 2019.
The doctor is accused of 65 counts of assault by penetration and 52 allegations of sexual assault.
Not only do difficult questions need to be answered and competing interests be weighed, but consequent policy also needs to be made to ensure a balanced state of affairs.
Britain announced a fire safety review on Friday after tests post last month’s deadly tower block blaze in London found a cladding system used on 82 buildings breached regulations.
Britain’s progress towards life outside the EU became more entangled on Friday, with divisions deepening over Northern Ireland’s border and even the type of divorce Britain actually wants.
China claims most of the energy-rich sea where neighbours Brunei, Malaysia, the Philippines, Taiwan and Vietnam also have claims.
EU officials hope the British government shows more urgency about the Brexit deal when negotiators arrive in Brussels on Monday for first round of talks.
UK will withdraw from an agreement that allows some other European countries to fish between six and 12 miles from its coast to “take back control” of fishing policy.
Thousands marched in Belfast on Saturday to demand Northern Ireland join the rest of the UK in legalising gay marriage, a move blocked by party in power.
“Free and fair trade has been the greatest liberator of the world’s poor, and today’s announcement shows our commitment to helping developing countries grow their economies and reduce poverty through trade.”
Assange, currently in asylum at the Ecuadorean embassy in London, stands to be arrested by the police if he leaves, and he fears being extradited to the US.
Most EU states are vying to host the European Banking Authority and the European Medicines Agency, which employ 1000+ people and come with large funding.
With bodies still being recovered from the building and hundreds demanding answers from the government, PM May has ordered a public enquiry on the matter.
Members of the Sikh Sewa Organisation, which provides meals for the homeless, said they had to flee for “their own safety” after far-right activists became “abusive” towards them.
British authorities have become increasingly angered by US leaks from the investigation, saying that such breaches of trust were undermining their efforts.
Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered soldiers to reinforce armed police guarding public buildings and events in light of the increased security threat.
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.
The Survation telephone poll was conducted on May 19 and 20 after the release of the Conservative and Labour manifestos.
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.
The UK’s Crown Prosecution Services will be arguing on behalf of the Indian authorities when Mallya’s extradition is heard in London on June 13.
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.