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Britain has granted posthumous pardons to thousands of gay and bisexual men who were convicted of sexual offences under laws which have since been abolished, the government said on Tuesday. The ma pa...
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The court ruled lawmakers must vote on triggering Article 50, needed for Britain to leave the bloc.
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Britain will not seek a Brexit deal that leaves it “half in, half out” of the European Union.
President Hollande is pressing Britain to accept its share of responsibility for the minors.
After the UK voted to leave the European Union in June, the pound promptly had its worst day in history against other major currencies. (Yes, ever.)
Lawmaker Theresa May will soon be the United Kingdom’s next PM.
UK energy minister Andrea Leadsom abruptly withdrew from the race on Monday.
UK will have its second ever female prime minister
“You can’t escape the link between the referendum and a surge in racial incidents,” London Mayor Sadiq Khan says.
Lawmaker Angela Eagle says she has the support to trigger a challenge to leader Jeremy Corbyn.
“I want to say very clearly tonight that I see no way to reverse this.”
Police said offensive leaflets targeting Poles had been distributed in various areas and graffiti had been daubed on a Polish cultural center.
The big question: What happens next?
Infighting and open conflict grip Britain’s two main parties.