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Brexit
World  /  Published 02.08.20

Boris makes his brother Jo a Lord

The Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, 56, has moved to resolve a family quarrel by giving a peerage to his brother, Jo, 48, who resigned from his brother’s government and quit politics altogether i...
By Amit Roy in London

Cricket  /  Published 19.07.20

Ian Botham set to be offered peerage

Ian Botham, one of England’s greatest cricketers, is set to be offered a peerage by Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson, not so much for his cricketing feats but for supporting Brexit, ...
By Our Bureau in Calcutta

World  /  Published 16.11.18

Theresa May wins backing of top Brexiteer

British Prime Minister Theresa May won the backing of the most prominent Brexiteer in her government on Friday as she fought to save a draft EU divorce deal that has stirred up a plot to force her out...
By Reuters in London

World  /  Published 18.10.19

Boris Brexit vote on a ‘knife-edge’

The BBC says that Boris Johnson’s chances of getting his Brexit deal through the Commons on Saturday are “on a knife edge and too close to call”.The loyalist Daily Telegraph predicted that its ...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 17.10.19

Brexit: There's a deal, but wait

UK and EU negotiators have clinched a last-ditch deal for Britain to leave the European Union. But the agreement still needs to clear the British parliament in a vote expected on Saturday in order for...
By Paran Balakrishnan in New Delhi

Opinion  /  Published 04.10.19

Power house: The Tate Modern

The Tate Modern, once a power station on the south side of the Thames opposite St Paul’s Cathedral, is one of London’s biggest tourist attractions. It has a giant Turbine Hall, where Anish Kapoor ...
By Amit Roy in

World  /  Published 26.09.19

UK PM faces backlash over confrontational tone

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson faced a backlash from furious lawmakers on Thursday over his use of charged and confrontational language in Parliament about opponents of his Brexit plan, as the s...
By AP in London

World  /  Published 24.09.19

From UK, clear signal for courts

The British Supreme Court has decided that it has the power to review the Prime Minister’s decisions when they undermine Parliament and stymie debate.The court ruled as illegal British Prime Ministe...
By Amit Roy in London

World  /  Published 24.09.19

UK Parliament suspension: Court strikes it down

Britain’s Supreme Court has delivered a unanimous damning judgment striking down the prorogation – or suspension -- of Parliament by Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s minority government. The rulin...
By Paran Balakrishnan in

Opinion  /  Published 15.09.19

An existential vote may soon be upon Britain

Britain is fast approaching a democratic showdown. The Brexit saga might yet prove to be among the worst of the current worldwide horde of nationalist populisms, or it could offer the best example of ...
By Timothy Garton Ash in


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