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Boris Johnson expected to unveil new Brexit plan at Conservative party conference in Machester today
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Boris Johnson expected to unveil new Brexit plan at Conservative party conference in Machester today

Boris Johnson will unveil his plan for a new Brexit deal at his Conservative party conference Wednesday, warning the EU it is that or Britain leaves with no agreement this month

‘I’m going to get on and do it’: Boris Johnson insists that only Conservative govt can deliver Brexit on 31 Oct
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‘I’m going to get on and do it’: Boris Johnson insists that only Conservative govt can deliver Brexit on 31 Oct

Johnson and his ministers again declined to explain how he plans to circumvent that law and deliver on his Brexit promise

Boris Johnson rallies party for Brexit: Despite defeat in SC, UK PM vows to take Britain out of EU 'with or without a deal' by 31 Oct
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Boris Johnson rallies party for Brexit: Despite defeat in SC, UK PM vows to take Britain out of EU 'with or without a deal' by 31 Oct

Despite parliamentary setbacks, defeat in Supreme Court, Johnson insists he will take Britain out of EU, with or without a deal, on 31 October

With gambling mechanics in video games under investigation in the UK, is the day of reckoning finally upon the industry?
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With gambling mechanics in video games under investigation in the UK, is the day of reckoning finally upon the industry?

A few days ago, the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee of the House of Commons published a report on immersive and addictive technologies. As part of their investigation, the committee studied the nature and impact of loot boxes and other chance-based mechanics and from the look of things, their findings are nothing short of damning.

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
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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

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.

Indian-origin Labour Party MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi slams Boris Johnson for equating burqa-clad women with ‘bank robbers’, ‘letterboxes’
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Indian-origin Labour Party MP Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi slams Boris Johnson for equating burqa-clad women with ‘bank robbers’, ‘letterboxes’

Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi, a Labour Party MP from Slough, slammed Johnson for equating burqa-clad Muslim women with 'bank robbers', 'letterboxes'

Boris Johnson's government in limbo after MPs vote to derail Brexit plan, reject call for snap elections
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Boris Johnson's government in limbo after MPs vote to derail Brexit plan, reject call for snap elections

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government was left in limbo on Wednesday after MPs voted to derail his Brexit plan and rejected his call for an early election

Winston Churchill’s grandson Nicholas Soames to be expelled from Conservative Party after voting against Boris Johnson on Brexit
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Winston Churchill’s grandson Nicholas Soames to be expelled from Conservative Party after voting against Boris Johnson on Brexit

Ken Clarke, longest continuously sitting British lawmaker in House of Commons, former finance minister Philip Hammond, all are to be expelled

Allegations of human rights violations in Kashmir must be 'promptly and transparently' investigated: UK foreign secretary Dominic Raab
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Allegations of human rights violations in Kashmir must be 'promptly and transparently' investigated: UK foreign secretary Dominic Raab

The UK on Tuesday said any allegations of human rights violations in Kashmir since India revoked the Article 370 of the Constitution must be 'thoroughly, promptly and transparently' investigated

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
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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'

Priti Patel takes charge as first British-Indian home secretary in newly-appointed UK PM Boris Johnson's cabinet
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Priti Patel takes charge as first British-Indian home secretary in newly-appointed UK PM Boris Johnson's cabinet

Priti Patel took charge as Britain's first Indian-origin home secretary as part of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's top team

Boris Johnson expected to appoint Priti Patel as new home secretary; all you need to know about Indian-origin MP from Essex
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Boris Johnson expected to appoint Priti Patel as new home secretary; all you need to know about Indian-origin MP from Essex

Britain's incoming prime minister Boris Johnson is expected to will promote Indian-origin politician Priti Patel to the top of government

Britain's Treasury chief says no-deal Brexit would soak up 'fiscal headroom', in apparent rebuke to Boris Johnson
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Britain's Treasury chief says no-deal Brexit would soak up 'fiscal headroom', in apparent rebuke to Boris Johnson

Britain's Treasury chief is urging Conservative Party leadership contenders to be honest with the public and spell out what they would do if their plans for leaving the European Union falter.

Boris Johnson frontrunner in race to succeed Theresa May as British PM, gets most votes in first round of leadership poll
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Boris Johnson frontrunner in race to succeed Theresa May as British PM, gets most votes in first round of leadership poll

Boris Johnson secured his position as the frontrunner in the race to succeed Theresa May as British PM as he won the highest number of votes in the first round of the leadership poll.

Ten candidates in the running to replace Theresa May as UK's next prime minister; first round of voting today
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Ten candidates in the running to replace Theresa May as UK's next prime minister; first round of voting today

The 10 candidates running to replace Britain's outgoing Prime Minister Theresa May face the first round of voting today.

Britain rejects Theresa May's Brexit plan again, Cabinet to hold marathon meetings today
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Britain rejects Theresa May's Brexit plan again, Cabinet to hold marathon meetings today

Britain’s Parliament has spoken — and it has said no, again. Lawmakers seeking a way out of the country’s Brexit morass on Monday rejected four alternatives to the government’s unpopular European Union divorce deal that would have softened or even halted Britain’s departure.