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An anti-Brexit protester demonstrates outside the Houses of Parliament in London/Photo: UNI

Brexit: A State of Emergency?

Above: An anti-Brexit protester demonstrates outside the Houses of Parliament in London/Photo: UNI Britain is so much in the grip of “no-deal” Brexit fears that...

Brexit: Knives Out for May

Above: Photo by UNI As the divorce nears, the prime minister is under attack from all quarters for the draft deal that has left Britain...
The dream of many Indian students who want to study in the UK lies shattered, as of now

Indian “Overstayers”: A Lesson for India

Above: The dream of many Indian students who want to study in the UK lies shattered, as of now The cancellation of an MoU with...
Theresa May’s ouster on the cards

Theresa May’s ouster on the cards

Above:  PM Theresa May with DUP Leader Arlene Foster, Deputy Leader Nigel Dodds and Chief Whip Jeffrey Donaldson. Photo: UNI The knives are already out...
May won the election but it is unlikely she will remain PM for long

UK polls: Revenge of the Remainers

The result of the election came as a nasty surprise for UK’s PM Theresa May and reduced her Conservative Party’s majority. Will she resign...
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip arrive at the count centre for her seat for the general election in Maidenhead, June 9, 2017. Picture: UNI

Incumbent PM Theresa May Still Has Edge in Hung UK Parliament

In a setback to Prime Minister Theresa May, the hastily brought forward UK elections have resulted in a hung parliament, proving many opinion polls...
Britain's Primer Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip leave a polling station in Britain

UK just might stay conservative

The UK went to the polls on June 8 to decide whether Brexit supporter and current Prime Minster Theresa May stays, or the country...
Macron with his wife and mentor Brigitte Trogneux, who is 24 years his senior. Photo: UNI

A European Future for France

The election of this country’s youngest president has been welcomed by many as it is seen as a triumph of hope over hate, globalisation...
Britain’s envoy to the European Union Tim Barrow (left) delivers PM Theresa May’s Brexit letter to EU Council’s president Donald Tusk in Brussels, Belgium. Photo: UNI

Brexit: Divorce, Finally!

Britain has formally begun the process of leaving the EU but there is uncertainty over future trade deals with its European counterparts ~By Sajeda...
UK Prime Minister Theresa May. Photo: UNI

British SC throws Brexit issue to parliament

Members of parliament and peers will have the power to decide by vote on Article 50 ~By Sujit BharThe British Supreme Court has taken the...
Protesters hold up placards outside the Supreme Court on the first day of the challenge against a court ruling that Theresa May’s government requires parliamentary approval to start the process of leaving the European Union, in Parliament Square, central London, Britain. Photo: UNI

Diplomat’s Brexit

The dramatic resignation of UK’s permanent representative to Europe, Sir Ivan Rogers, has brought to the fore the fault lines between Brexiteers and Remainers ~By...
Interview of Chintan Chandrachud 2

“We emphasise too much on getting it right and not enough on getting it...

Dr Chintan Chandrachud, at an early age, has carved a niche for himself in the field of law. Coming from a renowned lawyer family,...
(L-R) British Prime Minister Theresa May; Leave EU supporters celebrate the result in Sunderland after polling stations closed in the Referendum on the European Union in London. Photos: UNI

Brexiteers Face Bumpy Road in UK

Leaving the EU seems easier said than done for Britain as the High Court of Justice has now demanded that the June 23 referendum...
Britain's outgoing Prime Minister, David Cameron,waves in front of number 10 Downing Street, in central London

Britain: A fortnight of turmoil

In three weeks, Britain witnessed a shocking churning, leading to the appointment of a PM whom no one had elected or expected  By Sajeda Momin...
People hold banners during a demonstration against Britain's decision to leave the European Union, in central London

Brexit is not the only referendum

Brexit has rekindled the demand for referendum in other EU member countries too. What is the genesis of this demand for breaking away? A Report...

Troubled Times

While UK’s referendum to leave the EU has shocked many, what remains is a load of legal tangles before fresh legislations are brought in...

Conservative London Is Shocked As Pro-Brexit Protesters Go Nude

The long on-going legal issue between Britain and European Union on the subject of Brexit reached an unusual flashpoint in London on Saturday. As Britain’s...

'brexit' - 17 News Results

An anti-Brexit protester demonstrates outside the Houses of Parliament in London/Photo: UNI

Brexit: A State of Emergency?

Above: An anti-Brexit protester demonstrates outside the Houses of Parliament in London/Photo: UNI Britain is so much in the grip of “no-deal” Brexit fears that...

Brexit: Knives Out for May

Above: Photo by UNI As the divorce nears, the prime minister is under attack from all quarters for the draft deal that has left Britain...
The dream of many Indian students who want to study in the UK lies shattered, as of now

Indian “Overstayers”: A Lesson for India

Above: The dream of many Indian students who want to study in the UK lies shattered, as of now The cancellation of an MoU with...
Theresa May’s ouster on the cards

Theresa May’s ouster on the cards

Above:  PM Theresa May with DUP Leader Arlene Foster, Deputy Leader Nigel Dodds and Chief Whip Jeffrey Donaldson. Photo: UNI The knives are already out...
May won the election but it is unlikely she will remain PM for long

UK polls: Revenge of the Remainers

The result of the election came as a nasty surprise for UK’s PM Theresa May and reduced her Conservative Party’s majority. Will she resign...
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip arrive at the count centre for her seat for the general election in Maidenhead, June 9, 2017. Picture: UNI

Incumbent PM Theresa May Still Has Edge in Hung UK Parliament

In a setback to Prime Minister Theresa May, the hastily brought forward UK elections have resulted in a hung parliament, proving many opinion polls...
Britain's Primer Minister Theresa May and her husband Philip leave a polling station in Britain

UK just might stay conservative

The UK went to the polls on June 8 to decide whether Brexit supporter and current Prime Minster Theresa May stays, or the country...
Macron with his wife and mentor Brigitte Trogneux, who is 24 years his senior. Photo: UNI

A European Future for France

The election of this country’s youngest president has been welcomed by many as it is seen as a triumph of hope over hate, globalisation...
Britain’s envoy to the European Union Tim Barrow (left) delivers PM Theresa May’s Brexit letter to EU Council’s president Donald Tusk in Brussels, Belgium. Photo: UNI

Brexit: Divorce, Finally!

Britain has formally begun the process of leaving the EU but there is uncertainty over future trade deals with its European counterparts ~By Sajeda...
UK Prime Minister Theresa May. Photo: UNI

British SC throws Brexit issue to parliament

Members of parliament and peers will have the power to decide by vote on Article 50 ~By Sujit BharThe British Supreme Court has taken the...
Protesters hold up placards outside the Supreme Court on the first day of the challenge against a court ruling that Theresa May’s government requires parliamentary approval to start the process of leaving the European Union, in Parliament Square, central London, Britain. Photo: UNI

Diplomat’s Brexit

The dramatic resignation of UK’s permanent representative to Europe, Sir Ivan Rogers, has brought to the fore the fault lines between Brexiteers and Remainers ~By...
Interview of Chintan Chandrachud 2

“We emphasise too much on getting it right and not enough on getting it...

Dr Chintan Chandrachud, at an early age, has carved a niche for himself in the field of law. Coming from a renowned lawyer family,...
(L-R) British Prime Minister Theresa May; Leave EU supporters celebrate the result in Sunderland after polling stations closed in the Referendum on the European Union in London. Photos: UNI

Brexiteers Face Bumpy Road in UK

Leaving the EU seems easier said than done for Britain as the High Court of Justice has now demanded that the June 23 referendum...
Britain's outgoing Prime Minister, David Cameron,waves in front of number 10 Downing Street, in central London

Britain: A fortnight of turmoil

In three weeks, Britain witnessed a shocking churning, leading to the appointment of a PM whom no one had elected or expected  By Sajeda Momin...
People hold banners during a demonstration against Britain's decision to leave the European Union, in central London

Brexit is not the only referendum

Brexit has rekindled the demand for referendum in other EU member countries too. What is the genesis of this demand for breaking away? A Report...

Troubled Times

While UK’s referendum to leave the EU has shocked many, what remains is a load of legal tangles before fresh legislations are brought in...

Conservative London Is Shocked As Pro-Brexit Protesters Go Nude

The long on-going legal issue between Britain and European Union on the subject of Brexit reached an unusual flashpoint in London on Saturday. As Britain’s...

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