Hard to prove Russia's influence on Brexit, but UK govt did nothing to protect referendum, finds report
The Labour Party has accused the British govt of failing to publish the report because it would lead to further questions about links between Russia and the pro-Brexit campaign, which Johnson helped lead
Donald Trump was once a pal to Boris Johnson; now the US president is just a headache for the British PM
Donald Trump was only one of a multitude of headaches for Johnson on Wednesday, as he kicked off his campaign in an election that will serve as a referendum on his Brexit policy
'Biggest diplomatic blunder' say critics of Centre's invitation to EU MPs; India's stand that Kashmir is internal matter could be compromised
Two major debates have emerged from the Centre's decision to invite a delegation of European Union parliamentarians to Jammu and Kashmir, with the purpose of having them assess the situation on-ground after the abrogation of Article 370, which provided the restive region with a certain degree of autonomy.
EU MPs visit Kashmir: Lawmakers briefed on Pakistan's role in 'fuelling terrorism'; Opposition launches scathing criticism against Centre
A delegation of 23 EU MPs arrived in Jammu and Kashmir’s Srinagar on Tuesday for a “first-hand” assessment of the situation in the state, in the backdrop of a complete shutdown and clashes between people and security forces in several parts of the city and the Kashmir Valley.
From anti-immigration views to neo-Nazi far-right background, parties of many MEPs visiting Kashmir have hard stance on Islam
While Italy's Fulvio Martusciello, Gianna Gancia and another member have voiced their opinion against immigrants, there's a parliamentarian from Poland who was sacked from the EU Vice-President's post for making a slur with Nazi connotations and a French lawmaker who supported the Russian annexation of Crimea
Nigel Farage's Brexit Party triumphs in EU vote in Britain; Theresa May's Conservative Party comes in fifth behind Labour, Greens
Anti-EU populist Nigel Farage's Brexit Party triumphed and Theresa May's ruling Conservatives endured a historic blow in European Parliament elections, in which Britain was never meant to vote.
Theresa May's final bid to salvage Brexit deal appears doomed after Conservatives, Labour Party reject attempts at compromise
British Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to give lawmakers a vote on holding a second Brexit referendum and offered a package to resolve the EU crisis.
Britain prepares for Brexit: Theresa May loses popularity in Maidenhead as dabble over deal shifts gear from economic to identity crisis
About 25 miles from London, in the safe Conservative seat Maidenhead in England, the anger against the chaos in Parliament caused the vote to split in the civic elections, setting alarm bells ringing in Westminster.