In June, Rashford successfully lobbied the government to extend free school meals through the summer. But on Wednesday, a motion backed by him to extend it again was rejected largely along party lines.
Narendra Modi congratulates Jacinda Ardern on landslide poll win, says 'look forward to working together'
The New Zealand prime minister on Saturday won a second term in office in an election landslide of historic proportions
Jacinda Ardern wins by landslide in New Zealand's general polls, incumbent PM leveraged success in battling COVID-19
With two thirds of the vote counted, Ardern's centre-left Labour Party is poised to win around 64 seats in the 120-member New Zealand Parliament
Typically, parties must form alliances to govern, but this time there’s a chance Ardern and Labour will be able to go it alone
London to face tougher restrictions under Tier-2 COVID-19 risk alert from Saturday as cases continue to surge
The tougher measures in Tier-2 impose a ban on mixing between different households, indoors in homes and pubs, bars and restaurants and the Tier 1 rule of six on gatherings outdoors continues to apply
Under the new measures, areas in England are classified at medium, high, or very high risk, and placed under restrictions of varying severity
The bill aims to override parts of the Brexit deal and enable goods and services to flow freely across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland when the UK leaves the EU on 1 January
The report described how British politicians had welcomed Russia's oligarchs to London, allowing them to launder their illicit money through what it called the London “laundromat”
Hard to prove Russia's influence on Brexit, but UK govt did nothing to protect referendum, finds report
The Labour Party has accused the British govt of failing to publish the report because it would lead to further questions about links between Russia and the pro-Brexit campaign, which Johnson helped lead
Coronavirus Outbreak: Manchester United players to donate 30% of wages to hospitals, health services
United are continuing to pay all matchday staff during the crisis and have not sought to use the government’s furlough scheme to help struggling companies protect jobs
British politicians are lecturing India on how to deal with matters of citizenship when Brexit, the biggest challenge the UK faces after World War II, is mainly predicated on Britons voting to end rampant immigration under liberal European Union laws.
'Because of my Kashmir views?': British MP Debbie Abrahams asks after govt sources say visa revoked for 'anti-India activities'
British lawmaker Debbie Abrahams' e-Business visa was revoked as she was involved in anti-India activities and the cancellation was conveyed to her on 14 February, government sources told PTI on Tuesday.
Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi backs govt on British MP Debbie Abrahams' deportation, says she is 'Pakistan proxy'
Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi on Tuesday backed the government's deportation of British lawmaker Debbie Abrahams, saying she is not just an MP but a 'Pakistan proxy'.
British MP Debbie Abrahams, who leads parliamentary group on Kashmir, denied entry into India; lawmaker says 'no one knew' reason for revoking visa
Indian officials denied a British lawmaker entry on Monday after she landed at New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, according to an accompanying aide
Britain's exit marks first stage of Brexit saga, UK to follow bloc rules during 11 months 'transition period'; EU to recover from 'historic blow' as ex-member becomes competition
With little fanfare, Britain left the European Union on Friday after 47 years of membership, taking a leap into the unknown in a historic blow to the bloc.
'We will always love you': EU Parliament clears Brexit deal; Britain set to leave European Union after 47 years of membership today
European Union grudgingly let go of the United Kingdom with a final vote Wednesday at the EU's parliament that ended the Brexit divorce battle and set the scene for tough trade negotiations in the year ahead.
Britain will not automatically deport EU nationals post June 2021 deadline, says UK's Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt
Britain will not automatically deport European Union citizens who have not applied for the right to remain in the country after Brexit, European Parliament Brexit coordinator Guy Verhofstadt said on Friday
The British government has announced plans for special events on the night of 31 January when the country officially leaves the European Union but the country's treasury chief has admitted that some UK business sectors will suffer as a result.
EU chief warns UK must compromise to get Brexit trade deal, says Boris Johnson's 2020 deadline makes negotiations 'basically impossible'
Three weeks before Britain is due to leave the European Union, the president of the European Commission warned Wednesday that the UK won’t get the 'highest quality access' to the European Union's market after Brexit unless it makes major concessions
Indian-origin British MP Lisa Nandy formally launches bid to replace Jeremy Corbyn as leader of Labour Party
In articles written in The Guardian and the Wigan Post, the 40-year-old MP said said she wanted to "bring Labour home" to voters that have abandoned the party in its traditional strongholds.