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Prime Minister Theresa May will this week call on the country to put aside divisions and unite as she sets out the most detailed plan for Brexit negotiations thus far. She will use a major speech o...
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Theresa May has quoted murdered Labour MP Jo Cox in her New Year's me age as the Prime Minister called for the country to unite after the "divisive" Brexit referendum. May said she would use th...
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Theresa May has been given short shrift from the US after distancing herself from outgoing president Barack Obama's hardline stance on Israel. In comments which appeared more in tune with the ou...
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Tony Blair is rumoured to be eyeing a return to UK politics in order to save Brexit negotiations from "lightweight" Theresa May and "nutter", Jeremy Corbyn. The former PM is seeking to establish a...
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Who doesn’t the Great White Shark know?
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Prime Minister Teresa May has promised to trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by the end of March but she has so far given little away about her plans for Britain’s future relationship with the EU.
The government is likely to appeal Thursday's ruling to the Supreme Court.
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But it could leave everyone wanting special treatment.
May will repeal the act that took Britain into what is now the European Union.
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Theresa May has revealed she will trigger Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty by the end of March next year, beginning a two year countdown to Brexit. This means the United Kingdom will have left the Euro...
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Leading Brussels figure says she’s planning to kick off in a few months time.
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May also declined to commit to Leave campaign promises to increase healthcare spending.
The Sunday Times has been criticised by senior political figures for a feature it ran today on 'childle politicians' that singled out women. The national newspaper attracted scorn from senior MPs, an...