Boris Johnson says UK parliament can take more time to scrutinise Brexit plan if MPs back election on 12 December
Boris Johnson said Thursday he would give parliament more time to scrutinise his Brexit plan if it agrees to hold a snap general election on 12 December.
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.
Warning Indians of Russia meddling in the Lok Sabha Election, noted political thinker and author Thomas Friedman said, 'If you think they will not be playing in your elections, you are not paying attention.'
Cambridge Analytica said the documents did not support whistleblower Christopher Wylie’s testimony to the committee this week.
Facebook to conduct a new probe by re-analysing historical data regarding alleged Russian meddling during Brexit
Some British lawmakers had complained that the world’s largest social media network had done only a limited search for evidence that Russians manipulated the network
Besides the Hinduja brothers, there are over 40 Indian-origin super-rich in this year's list of the UK's 1,000 wealthiest people, who seem to be reaping a so-called "Brexit bonanza".
British lawmakers will debate a public petition on whether to hold a second referendum on the country's membership in the European Union.
Commentators have drawn comparisons between Merkel and May: both pastors' daughters with low-profile husbands, no children and a love of Alpine hiking.
Hundreds of people lined the streets to pay their respects to Cox's funeral cortege as it passed through towns in her constituency on Friday.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday sought to dampen speculation about another Scottish vote for independence, while insisting she is willing to listen to proposals about Scotland's future relationship with the European Union.
A new dating app targeted at the 48 percent of the UK population who voted to remain in the European Union (EU) is planning to cash in on the strong feelings against Brexit.
Democracy presents the architecture for freedom. Through a set of ideas, principles, set of practices and procedures that have been moulded through a long, arduous history, it institutionalizes freedom. Voting is a precious right.
But only if, one/fifth of the fear raised over Brexit was raised over immigration from EU, things may have turned out for different for Cameron and Corbyn.
Britain's Opposition Labour party was on Sunday thrown into turmoil after Jeremy Corbyn sacked his foreign secretary Hilary Benn while other members of the shadow cabinet are set to step down as divisions within the party emerged over the veteran socialist leader's handling of the EU referendum.
The attitude of talking down from a pulpit of obscurant elitism, a kind of I-know-what-is-best-for-you, has again been on display after Brexit. As if democracy is a tool for specific agenda.
All colonisers should have stayed at home. But they did not. But it cannot be an open-ended reparation which is what it has become now.
In the short term, it is to be expected that the politics of the right will continue. However, Brexit also creates openings for other responses that can try to “offer working people genuine control over their lives, workplaces and communities”.
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said on Friday that it is "highly likely" Scotland will hold a second independence referendum because of Britain's decision to withdraw from the European Union.
After Labour MPs blamed party leader Jeremy Corbyn for the disastrous 'Remain' campaign for the EU referendum, Corbyn on Monday will face calls for his resignation when party MPs meet again.
Britain's decision to opt out of the European Union will have a passing effect on India as the emerging economy has strong economic fundamentals and the resources to counter any eventuality, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said here on Friday.