Tuesday, 25 June 2019 [Brexit], May 23 (ANI): In yet another blow to British Prime Minister Theresa May, who is struggling hard to get a Brexit deal cleared through both houses, one of her key minister, House of Commons
Facebook head of global affairs, Nick Clegg - the former UK deputy prime minister - says it's wrong to suggest that the networking site was a vehicle for Russian efforts to sway Britain's 2016 Brexit referendum. Julian Satterthwaite reports.
Philip Hammond said he would resign if Boris Johnson became prime minister. Hammond said he couldn’t support a leader that would do a no-deal Brexit. According to Reuters, his statement echoes others..
Protesters have gathered in Westminster to march against Brexit in anticipation of Boris Johnson likely becoming the next prime minister. The "No to Boris, yes to Europe" protest saw a giant inflatable..
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Foreign office minister Alan Duncan, who quit on Monday, said Britain was being forced to work under a "dark cloud" caused by Brexit, setting out the reasons for... Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India