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'Gross interference': India summons British High Commissioner over debate on farm laws in UK Parliament
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'Gross interference': India summons British High Commissioner over debate on farm laws in UK Parliament

The government's reaction comes after a group of around dozen cross-party British MPs debated issues around the farmers' protest in India in the British Parliament based on an e-petition that garnered over 1 lakh signatures

Boris Johnson's controversial Brexit bill clears first hurdle, wins vote in House of Commons
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Boris Johnson's controversial Brexit bill clears first hurdle, wins vote in House of Commons

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

Who protects British democracy from Russia? No one, concludes UK Parliament report
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Who protects British democracy from Russia? No one, concludes UK Parliament report

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”

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
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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
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'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
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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

UK govt plans special events to mark Brexit on 31 Jan; businesses may suffer, warns treasury chief
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UK govt plans special events to mark Brexit on 31 Jan; businesses may suffer, warns treasury chief

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'
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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

Boris Johnson on track for Brexit, but trade talks with EU and Scotland’s contentions could prove challenging
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Boris Johnson on track for Brexit, but trade talks with EU and Scotland’s contentions could prove challenging

After a remarkable political turnaround, Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on the verge of taking Britain out of the European Union with the enthusiastic support of a strong majority in Parliament.

Boris Johnson says UK parliament can take more time to scrutinise Brexit plan if MPs back election on 12 December
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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.

UK minister Michael Gove insists Brexit will happen by 31 October deadline despite Boris Johnson's delay request to EU
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UK minister Michael Gove insists Brexit will happen by 31 October deadline despite Boris Johnson's delay request to EU

Brexit will happen by 31 October, British government minister Michael Gove said on Sunday.

Suspension of parliament illegal, rules British Supreme Court in major blow to Boris Johnson; PM refuses to comment on calls for resignation
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Suspension of parliament illegal, rules British Supreme Court in major blow to Boris Johnson; PM refuses to comment on calls for resignation

In a major blow to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Britain's highest court ruled Tuesday that his decision to suspend Parliament for five weeks in the crucial countdown to the country's Brexit deadline was illegal

David Cameron targets UK minister Priti Patel over Brexit in memoir, says her behaviour ahead of 2016 referendum shocked ‘the most’
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David Cameron targets UK minister Priti Patel over Brexit in memoir, says her behaviour ahead of 2016 referendum shocked ‘the most’

Former British prime minister David Cameron has slammed the UK's senior-most Indian-origin Cabinet minister, Priti Patel, alongside Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other prominent leaders who backed Brexit in the lead up to the June 2016 referendum.

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

Lawmakers opposed to 'no-deal' Brexit defeat Boris Johnson in Parliament, prompt PM to push for snap election
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Lawmakers opposed to 'no-deal' Brexit defeat Boris Johnson in Parliament, prompt PM to push for snap election

British lawmakers defeated Boris Johnson in parliament on Tuesday in a bid to prevent him taking Britain out of the EU without a divorce agreement

Boris Johnson govt loses majority in UK Parliament ahead of crucial Brexit vote after Tory MP joins Liberal Democrats
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Boris Johnson govt loses majority in UK Parliament ahead of crucial Brexit vote after Tory MP joins Liberal Democrats

Boris Johnson lost his parliamentary majority ahead of a Brexit vote after Conservative MP Phillip Lee defected to the pro-EU Liberal Democrats.

Boris Johnson in tough spot with Opposition lawmakers determined to block ‘no deal’ Brexit as 31 October deadline nears
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Boris Johnson in tough spot with Opposition lawmakers determined to block ‘no deal’ Brexit as 31 October deadline nears

British prime minister Boris Johnson shot down the notion that he wanted an early election to secure Brexit, insisting Monday that it wasn’t the way to get a deal done.

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.

National climate change emergency to be forcefully declared by UK's Labour party
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National climate change emergency to be forcefully declared by UK's Labour party

After 11 day protest engineered by Greta Thunberg, UK opposition party to force vote in favour of climate change

Teen activist Greta Thunberg calls out UK Parliament on climate change inaction
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Teen activist Greta Thunberg calls out UK Parliament on climate change inaction

Those who can fix the problem aren't acting on them when they should on an urgent basis.