World  /  Published 18.12.21

Nightmare for Boris

Boris Johnson’s leadership will come under further pressure after the Tories suffered a stunning by-election defeat in the previously true blue seat of North Shropshire which had previously retu...
By Amit Roy in London

Opinion  /  Published 10.11.21

Puffed chest diplomacy

Sometimes a seemingly small event can capture the zeitgeist. The recent diplomatic feud between India and Britain over Covid-related travel restrictions, which caught unsuspecting travellers off ...
By Hasan Saroor

World  /  Published 31.10.21

Boris mulls trade action on France

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Saturday he could not rule out triggering trade dispute action against France next week in a post-Brexit row over fishing that has further strained relatio...
By Reuters in Rome

World  /  Published 30.10.21

Fishing rights row: France seizes UK trawler

French authorities said on Thursday that they had detained a British fishing trawler, prompting the government in London to summon France’s ambassador for talks, escalating months of rising tens...
By New York Times News Service in Paris

Opinion  /  Published 08.10.21

India can play a leading role in Indo-Pacific

From Washington to Canberra, much of the northern hemisphere has its eyes focused on the region termed the ‘Indo-Pacific’. In London, a new presence is central to the Boris Johnson governm...
By Rana Mitter


World  /  Published 07.10.21

Stop talking, PM! journo tells Boris

The Prime Minister was asked by the journalist: “Do you believe that this is a crisis?” The Prime Minister responded with the old trick of talking non-stop without answering uncomfortable...
By Amit Roy in New Delhi

World  /  Published 06.10.21

UK troops start to deliver fuel to pumps

British military personnel in fatigues began delivering fuel on Tuesday to ease an acute trucker shortage that triggered panic buying at the pumps, though Prime Minister Boris Johnson denied the world...
By Reuters in Purfleet, England

World  /  Published 04.10.21

Crisis-hit UK: Won’t allow unfettered immigration

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Sunday that he would not return to “uncontrolled immigration” to solve fuel, gas and Christmas food crises, suggesting such strains were part o...
By Reuters in Manchester

World  /  Published 25.09.21

UK retail industry warns of disruption

Britain’s retail industry warned the government on Friday that unless it moves to alleviate an acute shortage of truckers in the next 10 days then significant disruption was inevitable in the ru...
By Reuters in London

Opinion  /  Published 01.07.21

Britain and the EU five years after Brexit

Five years after the fateful referendum on June 23, 2016, what is the current balance sheet of Brexit? Answer: two weakened unions, the British and the European, and bad-tempered relations between the...
By Timothy Garton Ash


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