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.
Britain, on its part, is looking to avoid an uncomfortable vote by invoking an arcane process that would have a joint committee choose a candidate to fill the vacant spot.
Tough race ahead as British, who stand to lose a privilege taken for granted for decades, pull out all stops.
Allegations of harassment have been made against lawmakers in several parties, but the growing scandal is particularly damaging for May who cannot afford to lose any more parliamentary seats while trying to negotiate a Brexit deal.
Despite tough demands from EU governments on what they want from London, the Union is ready to talk about how to avoid a “hard Brexit” and to ease Britain out with less disruption.
The doctor is accused of 65 counts of assault by penetration and 52 allegations of sexual assault.
A British court on Monday rejected an attempt by a former Iraqi general to bring a private prosecution against former Prime Minister Tony Blair over the invasion of Iraq in 2003.
A new study has, for the first time, unveiled a complex global web of offshore financial centres that rob the world economy of US$500-650 billion annually, including US$200 billion from developing economies.
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.
The passing of the Mauritius-backed resolution is a blow to the UK, as the ICJ will now give an advisory on the Chagos archipelago currently under its control.
While May is unwilling to budge on reconsidering Brexit, she says she is trying to deliver a Brexit which commands “maximum public support”.
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Britain is about to enter into Brexit negotiations although relations with Brussels have been strained recently due to a public display of brinkmanship.
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.
The Scottish parliament last month backed Sturgeon’s bid to hold a new referendum in 2018 or 2019, but May rejected the proposal.
Both the EU and UK would do well to heed the lessons of the League of Nations when it comes to membership withdrawal.
The extradition process of the liquor baron from the UK, who owes Indian banks over Rs 9,000 crore, will begin now that he has been produced in a UK court and granted bail.
There is a desperate need to break the orthodox, widespread belief that all deficits and debt are equally undesirable.
Unless the time frame for negotiations is extended, Britain will have left the EU by March 29, 2019.
The attack started when a car was driven over London’s Westminster Bridge, hitting and injuring members of the public and three police officers.
“It will simply not be acceptable for the UK government to stand as a roadblock to the democratically expressed will of this parliament,” said Sturgeon.
This move will launch two years of negotiations that will reshape the future of the UK and Europe.
Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon has indicated that the country will again seek independence – this time against the backdrop of Brexit.
Beyond saying she will begin the formal process by the end of this month, May has yet to answer the question of exactly when, and end nine months of guesswork as to how her government will approach the unchartered territory of leaving the EU.
Sturgeon has said she wants Scotland to have its own deal as part of the UK’s Brexit agreement, to keep its preferential access to the single market.
The government has said it will carry out ‘business as usual’ post Brexit, but it remains to be seen whether that will work out.
Opposition in the British parliament to launching the Brexit process, including a government defeat on Wednesday, may have put the April date in jeopardy.
Diplomats are still unsure how far apart some EU governments may be on the strategy post Brexit, though key players in Berlin, Paris and Brussels appear to be aligned.
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.
With much debate about the UK’s exit from the EU, Conservative MPs have expressed concern over Britain’s exit deal.
Theresa May’s government is seeking approval for a new law giving her the right to trigger Article 50 of the EU’s Lisbon Treaty
As individual leaders rise the world over, the UK Supreme Court’s Brexit judgment is an acknowledgement of old-school constitutional values that popular will ought to be channelised only through a legislative body.
The British prime minister plans to forge “a new and equal partnership” with the EU.
The Israel embassy in London associates with and funds various groups that attempt to influence domestic UK politics and spread pro-Israel sentiments, says Al Jazeera.
The divisive votes that both countries witnessed in the last year had several similarities, including the concern they created on rising hate crimes.
The government has reportedly asked the Supreme Court for early sight of its ruling before it is made public, to allow for contingency planning.
Nicola Sturgeon said she still wanted Scotland to remain a member of the EU, but was open to finding a Brexit deal that suited all parts of the UK.
Tim Barrow, political director at the foreign office, will take up the post next week following the abrupt departure of Ivan Rogers.
Ivan Rogers said May’s government has been hindered by “ill-founded arguments” and “muddled thinking” in its approach Brexit.
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