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Prince Andrew steps back from public duties for 'foreseeable future' over his association with Jeffrey Epstein
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Prince Andrew steps back from public duties for 'foreseeable future' over his association with Jeffrey Epstein

Following days of turmoil that have damaged the British royal family’s reputation, Prince Andrew announced that he will step back from public duties 'for the foreseeable future' because of his association with a notorious American sex offender

UK General Election: Boris Johnson kicks off poll campaign, promises to end 'paralysis' over Brexit
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UK General Election: Boris Johnson kicks off poll campaign, promises to end 'paralysis' over Brexit

British prime minister Boris Johnson Wednesday said if he wins next month's general election, he would end the 'paralysis' in Parliament over Brexit

Queen Elizabeth says Brexit on 31 October a 'priority', reopens new parliamentary session with first speech since June 2017
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Queen Elizabeth says Brexit on 31 October a 'priority', reopens new parliamentary session with first speech since June 2017

'My government's priority has always been to secure the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union on 31 October,' said Queen Elizabeth while addressing the UK parliament.

British Supreme Court rules against suspension of parliament: Order assigns greater importance to House than Queen's order
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British Supreme Court rules against suspension of parliament: Order assigns greater importance to House than Queen's order

Tuesday's ruling by the UK Supreme Court, which found Boris Johnson's decision to suspend parliament unlawful, is a humiliating blow for the prime minister

UK Supreme Court to rule on 'legality' of Boris Johnson's parliament suspension today in run-up to scheduled 31 October Brexit deadline
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UK Supreme Court to rule on 'legality' of Boris Johnson's parliament suspension today in run-up to scheduled 31 October Brexit deadline

The Supreme Court will decide on Tuesday on whether British Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully in shutting down parliament in the run-up to the country's scheduled EU exit next month

EU lawmakers, UK Supreme Court slam Boris Johnson for failing to negotiate Brexit, call PM 'father of lies'
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EU lawmakers, UK Supreme Court slam Boris Johnson for failing to negotiate Brexit, call PM 'father of lies'

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused by European Union officials of failing to negotiate seriously and branded the 'father of lies' by a lawyer in the UK Supreme Court

Weeks before Brexit, UK Supreme Court begins hearing on Boris Johnson's suspension of British Parliament
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Weeks before Brexit, UK Supreme Court begins hearing on Boris Johnson's suspension of British Parliament

British prime minister Boris Johnson sent lawmakers home on 9 September until 14 October, which is barely two weeks before the scheduled 31 October Brexit day

UK Parliament suspension: Few takers for Boris Johnson's 'progress' claim as another Tory MP defects; Lib Dems vow to scrap Brexit 
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UK Parliament suspension: Few takers for Boris Johnson's 'progress' claim as another Tory MP defects; Lib Dems vow to scrap Brexit 

Opposition lawmakers chanted "Shame on you" and held up signs reading "Silenced" as Parliament was formally shut down

Ex-PM David Cameron expresses no regrets on sparking Brexit referendum, accuses Boris Johnson of 'appalling' behaviour during pre-vote
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Ex-PM David Cameron expresses no regrets on sparking Brexit referendum, accuses Boris Johnson of 'appalling' behaviour during pre-vote

Former British prime minister David Cameron said Friday he had no regrets about launching the Brexit referendum but accused current PM Boris Johnson of behaving 'appallingly' during the pre-vote campaigning

British Parliamentary speaker warns Boris Johnson to not disobey law by refusing to ask for Brexit delay, vows to thwart any attempt to sidestep legislation
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British Parliamentary speaker warns Boris Johnson to not disobey law by refusing to ask for Brexit delay, vows to thwart any attempt to sidestep legislation

Britain's parliamentary speaker has warned Prime Minister Boris Johnson not to disobey the law by refusing to ask for a Brexit delay and vowed to thwart any attempt to circumvent legislation

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.

British MPs, opposition party leaders write to Boris Johnson, urge him to recall parliament to debate Brexit
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British MPs, opposition party leaders write to Boris Johnson, urge him to recall parliament to debate Brexit

'What we need is a government that is prepared to negotiate with the European Union so we don't have a crash-out on the 31st,' said opposition party leader Jeremy Corbyn

Meghan Markle criticised by Twitter users, Piers Morgan for collaboration with Vogue UK
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Meghan Markle criticised by Twitter users, Piers Morgan for collaboration with Vogue UK

Meghan Markle will guest edit the September issue of Vogue UK, which features Michelle Obama, Salma Hayek, Greta Thunberg.

Boris Johnson becomes British prime minister, promises to leave EU on 31 October with 'no ifs, no buts'
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Boris Johnson becomes British prime minister, promises to leave EU on 31 October with 'no ifs, no buts'

Boris Johnson officially became Britain's new prime minister on Wednesday and promised to leave the European Union on October 31 'no ifs, no buts' under a 'new deal' with the 28-member economic bloc.

Boris Johnson tipped to succeed Theresa May amid Brexit chaos; UK's next PM will face several internal, external challenges
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Boris Johnson tipped to succeed Theresa May amid Brexit chaos; UK's next PM will face several internal, external challenges

The buoyant former foreign secretary, Boris Johnson, is so far ahead with bookies and pollsters that it will be a huge shock if rival Jeremy Hunt is declared the victor on Tuesday.

Donald Trump launches attack on outgoing British PM Theresa May following leak of diplomatic cables highly critical of his presidency
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Donald Trump launches attack on outgoing British PM Theresa May following leak of diplomatic cables highly critical of his presidency

Donald Trump launched an extraordinary attack on Monday on the outgoing British premier Theresa May, following the leak of diplomatic cables highly critical of his presidency

Donald Trump attacks British ambassador after UK’s top envoy calls his White House ‘inept’ and 'uniquely dysfunctional'
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Donald Trump attacks British ambassador after UK’s top envoy calls his White House ‘inept’ and 'uniquely dysfunctional'

US President Donald Trump hit back on Sunday as the UK launched an inquiry after leaked memos revealed Britain's ambassador in the US had described the president and his White House as 'inept'

Next British PM to be announced on 23 July; 16,000 Conservative Party members to choose between Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt
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Next British PM to be announced on 23 July; 16,000 Conservative Party members to choose between Boris Johnson, Jeremy Hunt

The winner of the contest to replace Theresa May as leader of Britain's ruling Conservatives and prime minister will be announced on 23 July, the ruling party said Tuesday

Donald Trump, Queen Elizabeth II, world leaders, World War II veterans gather to mark D-Day anniversary in England’s Portsmouth
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Donald Trump, Queen Elizabeth II, world leaders, World War II veterans gather to mark D-Day anniversary in England’s Portsmouth

Donald Trump, Queen Elizabeth II and 300 veterans are to gather on the south coast of England on Wednesday for a poignant ceremony marking the 75th anniversary of D-Day