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Scottish court rules Boris Johnson's suspension of UK Parliament 'unlawful', refers matter to Britain's Supreme Court
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Scottish court rules Boris Johnson's suspension of UK Parliament 'unlawful', refers matter to Britain's Supreme Court

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the country must leave the EU on 31 October, with or without a divorce deal to smooth the way

Queen Elizabeth II approves law that would force UK govt to delay Brexit, says House of Lords
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Queen Elizabeth II approves law that would force UK govt to delay Brexit, says House of Lords

Queen Elizabeth II has given her formal approval to a law that would force the government to delay Brexit if it is not able to strike a divorce deal with Brussels.

John Bercow announces resignation as Speaker of Britain's House of Commons ahead of vote for early general elections
World

John Bercow announces resignation as Speaker of Britain's House of Commons ahead of vote for early general elections

John Bercow has served as Speaker of the British Parliament's lower chamber for 10 years, overseeing heated debates on Brexit and making decisions as to what the house should do

Boris Johnson wants Brexit deal, says ‘I’m absolutely undaunted by whatever may take place in Parliament’
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Boris Johnson wants Brexit deal, says ‘I’m absolutely undaunted by whatever may take place in Parliament’

Speaking in Ireland alongside Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar, Johnson said he was bringing ideas on ways to resolve the Irish border backstop

Boris Johnson to confront Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar, British parliament over his hardline Brexit strategy on Monday
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Boris Johnson to confront Irish prime minister Leo Varadkar, British parliament over his hardline Brexit strategy on Monday

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson will try to save his job and his hardline Brexit strategy Monday when he confronts parliament and his Irish counterpart in another showdown week

UK minister Amber Rudd quits Boris Johnson cabinet protesting against British approach to Brexit crisis
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UK minister Amber Rudd quits Boris Johnson cabinet protesting against British approach to Brexit crisis

British prime minister Boris Johnson received a fresh blow on Saturday when senior minister Amber Rudd quit her work and post in protest at his handling of the Brexit crisis.

British parliament's House of Lords approves bill seeking to block no-deal Brexit at end of October
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British parliament's House of Lords approves bill seeking to block no-deal Brexit at end of October

The British parliament’s upper chamber on Friday approved a bill which aims to block a no-deal Brexit at the end of October by forcing Prime Minister Boris Johnson to seek a delay to Britain’s European Union departure.

Boris Johnson's government abandons attempts to stop Brexit delay bill in British parliament
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Boris Johnson's government abandons attempts to stop Brexit delay bill in British parliament

Johnson said he is opposed to extension and that he is prepared to take Britain out of EU without a deal if necessary

Boris Johnson suspends UK Parliament ahead of Brexit deadline; lawmakers opposing no-deal walk out from EU call move 'smash-and-grab democracy'
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Boris Johnson suspends UK Parliament ahead of Brexit deadline; lawmakers opposing no-deal walk out from EU call move 'smash-and-grab democracy'

Boris Johnson sparked fury among pro-Europeans and MPs opposed to a no-deal Brexit by forcing the suspension of parliament weeks before Britain's EU departure date

Daily Bulletin: Sitaram Yechury to visit Jammu and Kashmir today; Rajnath to visit Ladakh; INX media case hearing to continue in SC; day's top stories
India

Daily Bulletin: Sitaram Yechury to visit Jammu and Kashmir today; Rajnath to visit Ladakh; INX media case hearing to continue in SC; day's top stories

Daily Bulletin: After nod from SC, Sitaram Yechury to visit J&K to meet ailing CPM leader Mohammed Yusuf Tarigami today; Apex court extends protection from arrest to P Chidambaram till 29 August; day's top stories

Uproar in UK as Boris Johnson moves to suspend Parliament; 'very British coup' would limit Opposition's opportunity to derail Brexit
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Uproar in UK as Boris Johnson moves to suspend Parliament; 'very British coup' would limit Opposition's opportunity to derail Brexit

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson moved to limit parliament’s opportunity to derail Brexit by cutting the amount of time it sits between now and EU exit day on 31 October, infuriating opponents who accused him of leading a 'very British coup'

Shah Mahmood Qureshi meets delegation of British parliamentarians, apprises them of India's 'illegal actions' in Kashmir
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Shah Mahmood Qureshi meets delegation of British parliamentarians, apprises them of India's 'illegal actions' in Kashmir

Qureshi has also said that Pakistan will go to every forum to ensure that the dispute is resolved in line with the aspirations of the Kashmiris and the UNSC resolutions.

Boris Johnson writes to EU president Donald Tusk, reaffirms desire to conclude Brexit deal without backstop on Ireland
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Boris Johnson writes to EU president Donald Tusk, reaffirms desire to conclude Brexit deal without backstop on Ireland

The 'backstop' would keep UK in EU customs arrangements to prevent hard border between British province of Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland

British govt to put forward Brexit legislation in June; Withdrawal Agreement Bill to ensure 'swift exit' from EU
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British govt to put forward Brexit legislation in June; Withdrawal Agreement Bill to ensure 'swift exit' from EU

Downing Street said Theresa May and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had agreed on a possible compromise that would end a deadlock on Brexit in Parliament.

British police on the hunt for man who masturbated in front of Labour MP Naz Shah on London bus
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British police on the hunt for man who masturbated in front of Labour MP Naz Shah on London bus

The Labour Party leader from Bradford West reported the incident to the police, after she reached Whitehall, Central London, at 10.50 am on 1 April.

British MPs pass new law to prevent no-deal Brexit, Theresa May govt now obligated to ask for extension of 12 April deadline
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British MPs pass new law to prevent no-deal Brexit, Theresa May govt now obligated to ask for extension of 12 April deadline

The law has been rushed through both chambers of parliament over the past week and was opposed by the government, which has said it could limit its room for negotiation with the European Union.

Article 370 was introduced temporarily in good faith; repealing it is political choice, not a legal one
Politics

Article 370 was introduced temporarily in good faith; repealing it is political choice, not a legal one

Article 370 was added to the Constitution as a gesture of goodwill to show India's commitment to respect plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir, but since demilitarisatin of the state is unlikely, the provision makes no sense today

Brexit crisis: Theresa May seeks further delay to 12 April deadline to negotiate with Labour Party in bid to exit EU
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Brexit crisis: Theresa May seeks further delay to 12 April deadline to negotiate with Labour Party in bid to exit EU

Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday that she would ask the European Union for a further delay to Brexit beyond April 12 to give her time to sit down with the opposition Labour Party in a bid to break the impasse over Britain's departure.

British MPs seek new path for Brexit after Parliament repeatedly rejects deal; series of votes to find majority-backed plan to leave EU
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British MPs seek new path for Brexit after Parliament repeatedly rejects deal; series of votes to find majority-backed plan to leave EU

British MPs will attempt to chart a new Brexit path on Monday after rejecting Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal for a third time, leaving her strategy in tatters and the country in limbo.

Theresa May’s Brexit deal rejected by parliament for third time; UK faces chaotic exit from EU as alternatives dwindle for a deal
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Theresa May’s Brexit deal rejected by parliament for third time; UK faces chaotic exit from EU as alternatives dwindle for a deal

British lawmakers on Friday rejected the government’s Brexit deal for a third time, leaving the UK facing the stark prospect of a chaotic departure from the European Union in just two weeks, with political leaders in turmoil and the country ill-prepared for the shock.