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Priti Patel's exit won't affect Indian influence in Britain: Post-Brexit UK needs India more than vice-versa
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Priti Patel's exit won't affect Indian influence in Britain: Post-Brexit UK needs India more than vice-versa

The most influential British-Indian politician was ousted from the government in an unceremonious way. International Development Secretary Priti Patel was recalled from her Uganda trip and forced to submit her resignation for breaching the ministerial code of conduct.

Facebook hires former Uber public relations chief as vice president of communications
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Facebook hires former Uber public relations chief as vice president of communications

Facebook has hired the new vice-president of communications for its multiple platforms like Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger.

EU memo says France using Brexit to weaken London, Emmanuel Macron-led govt playing 'bad cop'
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EU memo says France using Brexit to weaken London, Emmanuel Macron-led govt playing 'bad cop'

France is seeking to use Brexit to weaken the City of London, the British finance sector's EU pointman warned in a leaked report published Sunday.

Theresa May faces calls to soften her stance on Brexit, yet to form minority government
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Theresa May faces calls to soften her stance on Brexit, yet to form minority government

Britain entered the sixth day of political limbo on with prime minister Theresa May yet to seal a deal to prop up her minority government

UK Election 2017: Theresa May vows to form govt, eyes DUP after failed Conservative gamble
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UK Election 2017: Theresa May vows to form govt, eyes DUP after failed Conservative gamble

Theresa May vowed on Friday to stay as Britain's prime minister, resisting pressure to resign after the failure of a high-stakes election gamble.

Donald Trump as a refugee? Syrian artist portrays world leaders in as vulnerable migrants
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Donald Trump as a refugee? Syrian artist portrays world leaders in as vulnerable migrants

Abdalla Al Omari's paintings of Donald Trump, Kim Jong-un Barack Obama and other world leaders as homeless refugees opens doors for introspection

UK Election 2017: All you need to know about Britain's 'snap' general election
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UK Election 2017: All you need to know about Britain's 'snap' general election

Marred by two terror attacks during the campaign, Britain's snap general election is set to go ahead on Thursday and will decide who shapes the United Kingdom's future as it leaves the European Union.

UK Election 2017: Pollsters say Tory victory likely, but others bet on hung Parliament
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UK Election 2017: Pollsters say Tory victory likely, but others bet on hung Parliament

Many predictions suggest the Conservatives are on the course for victory. However, Labour might be able to form a government with backing from smaller left-wing parties.

'Theresa ke saath': Conservatives try to woo British-Indians with Hindi campaign song
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'Theresa ke saath': Conservatives try to woo British-Indians with Hindi campaign song

Britain's ruling Conservative Party has released a Hindi campaign song in an attempt to woo the nearly 1.6 million strong Indian diaspora in the country to vote for Theresa May.

Brexit on display at new House of European History museum in Brussels
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Brexit on display at new House of European History museum in Brussels

The EU opened a new "House of European History" museum in Brussels on Thursday, focusing on the past with a nod to the future after Britain's vote to leave.

Analysing Twitter activity could have predicted outcome of Brexit vote: Study
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Analysing Twitter activity could have predicted outcome of Brexit vote: Study

During the Brexit campaign, both Leave groups attracted substantially more Twitter followers than the official Remain campaign.

British Prime Minister Theresa May: Country coming together after Brexit
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British Prime Minister Theresa May: Country coming together after Brexit

London: British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday said the country and its people were coming together following the country's vote to exit the European Union (EU), the media reported.

Brexit: Britain's extremely awkward, transactional marriage to EU to finally culminate in a divorce
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Brexit: Britain's extremely awkward, transactional marriage to EU to finally culminate in a divorce

Britain's relationship with the European Union was always an awkward marriage of convenience rather than a case of love at first sight

UK to kickstart process to leave European Union after Queen Elizabeth II gives royal accent to Brexit bill
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UK to kickstart process to leave European Union after Queen Elizabeth II gives royal accent to Brexit bill

Queen Elizabeth II gave royal assent on Thursday to a bill empowering British Prime Minister Theresa May to trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty and begin the process of leaving the European Union.

Vijay Mallya extradition: UK unlikely to send Kingfisher Airlines' owner to India
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Vijay Mallya extradition: UK unlikely to send Kingfisher Airlines' owner to India

With the Theresa May visit to India being chilly at best the former colonials have never really taken India’s extradition requests seriously.

Ivan Rogers, Britain's EU ambassador resigns ahead of Brexit talks
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Ivan Rogers, Britain's EU ambassador resigns ahead of Brexit talks

Weeks after Rogers was criticised over a leaked memo stating that Brexit could take longer than expected to sign off, he resigned from his post.

Marine Le Pen victory in France would be 'body blow' to Europe: David Cameron
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Marine Le Pen victory in France would be 'body blow' to Europe: David Cameron

Britain's former PM David Cameron said Saturday the election of France's Marine Le Pen would be a "big body blow" for Europe, saying he hoped for the victory of a mainstream party.

Regret Brexit, but referendum process was important: Former British PM David Cameron
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Regret Brexit, but referendum process was important: Former British PM David Cameron

Defending his decision to hold a referendum which led to Britain's exit from the European Union, former Prime Minister David Cameron said there are issues that go above Parliament

Theresa May wants 'free trade', but unfair visa rule upsets deal for Indian students
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Theresa May wants 'free trade', but unfair visa rule upsets deal for Indian students

May defended the UK's stance by insisting that the UK already had a 'good system' for applications from India.

Theresa May in India: Siddaramaiah raises concern over visas during meeting with British PM
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Theresa May in India: Siddaramaiah raises concern over visas during meeting with British PM

British Prime Minister Theresa May, who arrived in Bengaluru on Tuesday from New Delhi for a day-long visit, met Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah who during their talks raised the issue of rising cost of British visas.