Latest News on Theresa May

'Theresa May' - 20 Total 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...
British Prime Minister Theresa May after winning the no-confidence vote/Photo: UNI

Brexit Vote: Luck of the Devil

Above: British Prime Minister Theresa May after winning the no-confidence vote/Photo: UNI Though British Prime Minister Theresa May has narrowly won a no-confidence vote, she...

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...
British Prime Minister Theresa May/Photo: UNI

Brexit Jitters

Above: British Prime Minister Theresa May/Photo: UNI One of the largest surveys of business sentiment found that many UK-based Indian companies could cut recruitment and...
Rocked by Brexit and scandal, Theresa May’s government is on the brink of collapse. Photo: UNI

UK Sex Scandals: Westminster Hit by Pestminster

Prime Minister Theresa May’s government is in a precarious position as it is buffeted by the sexual misdemeanours of its leaders, ministerial blunders and...
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...
Armed police officers walk outside Borough Market after an attack left 6 people dead and dozens injured in London on June 3 night. Photo: UNI

British PM’s call for control of the Net may benefit India

By Sujit Bhar The terrorist attack in London has resulted in the call for a social taboo to be brought to the fore: regulate the...
London Blast

London terror attack: Seven dead, security upped for Team India

The terrorists were shot dead by police within 15 minutes of alert. Seven people have been killed and 48 others injured in a terror attack...
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...
Campaigners hold placards on a “Stop Trump” bus before touring London to urge Americans living abroad to register and vote. Photo: UNI

Nothing Stately Here!

An online petition signed by 1.8 million Britishers has urged their government not to hold a state visit for the US president for his...
(L-R) US president Donald Trump, British Prime Minister Theresa May, French president Francois Hollande. Photos: UNI

A Leaderless World

 Rarely in history has the world been crippled by a lack of credible leadership at a time when it needs it the most. ~By Dilip...
Supporters celebrate the Brexit result in Sunderland after polling stations closed in the Referendum on the European Union in London. Photo: UNI

Brexit Bill: Divorce after Four Decades

This Bill allows the British government to invoke Article 50 and trigger the process to leave the 28-country European Union ~By Sajeda Momin in LondonPrime...
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...
Indian Diaspora protesting in UK against the caste-discrimination.

Caste Can’t be Cast Away

The UK government’s exercise to have a public consultation on caste has stirred a hornet’s nest. Even in such a developed country, this is...
(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...
(L-R) UK PM Theresa May; a group of Indian women in the UK presenting a crochet blanket to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photos: UNI

Theresa’s immigration initiative may hit Indians

UK PM Theresa May intends to bring down net immigration into her country down to 1,00,000 per year. This could hit Indians who form...

'Theresa May' - 20 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...
British Prime Minister Theresa May after winning the no-confidence vote/Photo: UNI

Brexit Vote: Luck of the Devil

Above: British Prime Minister Theresa May after winning the no-confidence vote/Photo: UNI Though British Prime Minister Theresa May has narrowly won a no-confidence vote, she...

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...
British Prime Minister Theresa May/Photo: UNI

Brexit Jitters

Above: British Prime Minister Theresa May/Photo: UNI One of the largest surveys of business sentiment found that many UK-based Indian companies could cut recruitment and...
Rocked by Brexit and scandal, Theresa May’s government is on the brink of collapse. Photo: UNI

UK Sex Scandals: Westminster Hit by Pestminster

Prime Minister Theresa May’s government is in a precarious position as it is buffeted by the sexual misdemeanours of its leaders, ministerial blunders and...
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...
Armed police officers walk outside Borough Market after an attack left 6 people dead and dozens injured in London on June 3 night. Photo: UNI

British PM’s call for control of the Net may benefit India

By Sujit Bhar The terrorist attack in London has resulted in the call for a social taboo to be brought to the fore: regulate the...
London Blast

London terror attack: Seven dead, security upped for Team India

The terrorists were shot dead by police within 15 minutes of alert. Seven people have been killed and 48 others injured in a terror attack...
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...
Campaigners hold placards on a “Stop Trump” bus before touring London to urge Americans living abroad to register and vote. Photo: UNI

Nothing Stately Here!

An online petition signed by 1.8 million Britishers has urged their government not to hold a state visit for the US president for his...
(L-R) US president Donald Trump, British Prime Minister Theresa May, French president Francois Hollande. Photos: UNI

A Leaderless World

 Rarely in history has the world been crippled by a lack of credible leadership at a time when it needs it the most. ~By Dilip...
Supporters celebrate the Brexit result in Sunderland after polling stations closed in the Referendum on the European Union in London. Photo: UNI

Brexit Bill: Divorce after Four Decades

This Bill allows the British government to invoke Article 50 and trigger the process to leave the 28-country European Union ~By Sajeda Momin in LondonPrime...
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...
Indian Diaspora protesting in UK against the caste-discrimination.

Caste Can’t be Cast Away

The UK government’s exercise to have a public consultation on caste has stirred a hornet’s nest. Even in such a developed country, this is...
(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...
(L-R) UK PM Theresa May; a group of Indian women in the UK presenting a crochet blanket to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Photos: UNI

Theresa’s immigration initiative may hit Indians

UK PM Theresa May intends to bring down net immigration into her country down to 1,00,000 per year. This could hit Indians who form...

'Theresa May' - 0 Videos Results

Recent Stories