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Feb 09, 2017
Brexit: British PM Theresa May wins the vote in UK Parliament; to start negotiations soonBritish Parliament overwhelmingly supported a bill today empowering Prime Minister Theresa May to start crucial negotiations by 31 March on leaving the European Union, bringing Brexit a step closer.
Feb 07, 2017
Donald Trump's UK Parliament address 'strongly opposed' by House of CommonsUS President Donald Trump will not be welcome to address the British Parliament on his state visit to the UK because of its opposition to racism and to sexism, the Speaker of the House of Commons said.
Feb 01, 2017
British Parliament to debate Trump state visit after 1.7m sign petitionLondon: Britain's Parliament on Tuesday said it would debate whether to revoke US President Donald Trump's invitation to a State visit after a petition calling for it to be canceled garnered almost 1.7 million signatures.
Jan 24, 2017
UK government loses Brexit case, court says Parliament nod necessary for start of negotiationsThe 8-3 ruling forces the government to put a bill before Parliament, giving pro-EU politicians a chance to soften the terms of Brexit
Nov 16, 2016
Legal glitches may postpone Brexit by two yearsBrexit could be delayed by months, even as long as two years, after a Supreme Court judge of Britain suggested that "comprehensive" legislation was required to trigger Article 50.
Oct 02, 2016
Brexit: Britain to trigger Article 50 before end of March, says Theresa MayPrime Minister Theresa May on Sunday said that Britain would start the formal process for leaving the European Union by the end of March 2017
Feb 04, 2016
David Cameron seeks to assert sovereignty of British parliament over EU lawsPrime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday he would seek to assert the sovereignty of the British parliament over European Union laws as he concludes his renegotiation of ties with the bloc.
Dec 02, 2015
British Parliament set to vote for air strikes against Islamic State in SyriaBritain's parliament is set to vote on Wednesday to approve air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria.
Nov 13, 2015
'Isolate those who harbour terrorists': PM Modi takes a dig at Pakistan in speech to British MPsIn a veiled reference to Pakistan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said there should be a global resolve to "isolate" those who harbour terrorists.
Oct 18, 2015
Clock strikes silence: Big Ben to shut down for months due to repairsOne of the world's most famous clock towers, the Big Ben, is set to fall silent for months as it undergoes urgent repair work which could cost up to 40 million pounds.