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Dec 21, 2017
Porn scandal: Theresa May ally Damian Green resigns from UK Cabinet for making 'misleading' statementsBritish Prime Minister Theresa May has lost one of her closest allies with the resignation of Damian Green from the UK Cabinet as her First Secretary of State
Dec 20, 2017
Brexit: House of Commons reaches final day of scrutiny of law ending Britain's EU membershipLegislation intended to smooth Britain's exit from the European Union moves a step closer to becoming law on Wednesday.
Nov 29, 2017
Brexit talks heading toward breakthrough, says EU official; Media claims Britain has agreed to pay 50 billion eurosA European Union official said that EU and British negotiators were making progress toward a breakthrough in Brexit talks.
Oct 24, 2017
UK market watchdog opens up an investigation into the Equifax hackEquifax has said that 15.2 million records on British citizens were involved in the breach, including sensitive data on 693,665 individuals.
Aug 22, 2017
Big Ben strikes final 12 bongs before falling silent for four-year-long repairs worth £29 millionLondon's iconic Big Ben bell fell silent on Monday for four years of costly renovation work, with its final 12 bongs ringing for midday.
Jul 23, 2017
Brexit: 15 Conservative MPs agree to sign no-confidence motion against Theresa MayAround 15 Conservative party MPs have agreed to sign a no-confidence motion against British prime minister Theresa May as part of a plot to oust her, according to a media report.
Jul 10, 2017
Weakened Theresa May reaches out to rival political parties to help implement BrexitAs fresh rumours swirled of plans to oust her, May accepted that "the reality I now face as prime minister is rather different" than it was.
Jul 06, 2017
Cyber attack on British lawmakers might have been conducted by private hackersA cyber attack on email accounts of British lawmakers last month is likely to have been by amateur or private hackers rather than state-sponsored.
Jul 02, 2017
London van attack prompts UK govt to launch £1 million fund to counter hate crimesThe British government announced a 1 million pound fund to protect religious institutions and prevent hate crimes following a terror attack on a mosque in north London last month
Jun 30, 2017
Theresa May survives first major test in UK Parliament as MPs vote in favour of Queen's SpeechTheresa May on Thursday won her first confidence vote by a narrow margin in the House of Commons on her parliamentary agenda set out in the Queen's Speech.