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British PM Rishi Sunak, 15 Cabinet ministers at risk of losing seat at general election, new poll data predicts
According to the poll, only five Cabinet ministers Jeremy Hunt, Indian-origin Suella Braverman, Michael Gove, Nadhim Zawawi and Kemi Badenoch would cling on after the 2024 election
British PM Rishi Sunak to announce $304m in new military aid for Ukraine
Sunak's office said that he will make the announcement during a summit of the Joint Expeditionary Force (JEF) in Latvia later on Monday
UK delivering on new Free Trade Agreement with India, says Rishi Sunak
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has reiterated the UK's commitment to a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with India as part of the country's wider focus on enhancing ties with the Indo-Pacific region.
Boris Johnson loyalist Priti Patel comes out in support of Rishi Sunak as UK PM
In these difficult times for our country we must unite by putting public service first and work together, tweeted Patel
The lettuce outlasted Liz Truss: UK’s shortest-serving PM and 45 days of turmoil
Last week, a British tabloid asked if Liz Truss would wilt faster than lettuce. They’ve got their answer, as the Conservative Party leader resigned, making her the shortest-serving PM in UK history
‘Putin Must Fail’: Boris Johnson draws up six point Ukraine plan to put to world leaders this week
Johnson will host his Canadian and Dutch counterparts Justin Trudeau and Mark Rutte at Downing Street on Monday for discussions on how to turn these commitments into a concerted campaign of solidarity with Ukraine.
Christmas, lies and videotape: Is it all over for Britain’s Boris Johnson?
The British prime minister is looking shaky after a series of scandals have left his credibility in tatters
Boris Johnson apologizes for controversial Christmas party video; internet users react with fury and anger
The video is apparently of a mock conference which was held on 22 December and the staff was preparing itself for a media briefing which was scheduled to be held later
Ahead of meeting with UK PM, French President Macron says British credibility at stake in fishing spat
France is angry over restrictions on permits to fish in British waters, and says they run counter to the agreement Britain signed when it left the European Union
Euro 2020: British PM Boris Johnson condemns 'appalling' racial abuse aimed at England players
Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka, the three players who missed England's penalties on Sunday, were the victims of a stream of abuse on Twitter and Instagram.
Euro 2020: Wembley looking forward to hosting semis, final 'safely and securely', says Boris Johnson's spokesman
Talks are still ongoing between UEFA, the government and the Football Association over a solution that would mean up to 2,500 VIPs could attend the showpiece match on 11 July.
No foreign Head of State as chief guest for Republic Day this year due to COVID-19: MEA
It will be for the first time in over five decades that India will not have a chief guest at the Republic Day parade
British PM Boris Johnson confuses farmer protests with India-Pakistan conflict in Parliament
During the question period in the British Parliament, Labour MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi asked Johnson to comment on the ongoing protests in India
Theresa May to resign: British PM calls not being able to deliver Brexit 'matter of deep regret' in emotional address
British prime minister Theresa May announced her resignation in an emotional address on Friday.
India-UK Strategic Partnership: From Manmohan Singh to Narendra Modi, the evolution of the term and relationship
The term Strategic Partnership seems to be writ large over the last decade of the India-UK relationship as the countries seemingly draw closer.
Narendra Modi in UK: 'They say I don't respond to criticism...that's because I go deep and try to understand', says PM
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in the UK on Wednesday for a four-day visit of bilateral engagements as well as multilateral discussions.
Narendra Modi in UK: Commonwealth must confront, exorcise ghosts of colonial past if it wishes to remain a viable project
If the Commonwealth is to be a viable and egalitarian contemporary project, it must first admit to the delinquencies of Empire and make some sort of reparation
Theresa May govt in Britain faces tough road ahead due to recent sex scandals, gaffes
Running for election mere months ago, British Prime Minister Theresa May's slogan was "strong and stable government."
Odds favour victory for Theresa May as voting is set to begin across the UK
May's ruling Conservatives are on 44 percent, Labour at 34 percent, the Liberal Democrats at 9 percent.
Brexit: British PM Theresa May wins the vote in UK Parliament; to start negotiations soon
British 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.