Britain’s Prime Minister, Theresa May has postponed the final vote by Members of the Parliament on the Brexit deal scheduled for Tuesday. Amid opposition to the Irish backstop, Prime Minister admits the deal would have been voted down by a huge margin Prime Minister Theresa May delayed the Tuesday vote on the Brexit Deal on Monday. Late in the afternoon, the
British Prime Minister, Theresa May is adamant on turning the United Kingdom Parliament in favour of the Brexit deal post legal advice against the Irish backstop. Theresa May makes one last attempt to persuade the United Kingdom Parliament in favour of the Brexit Deal. Ahead of the final Parliamentary vote on Brexit, British Prime Minister recommends giving the Parliament veto
Unites states chose to stay on the sidelines from its involvement in solving the rising dispute of its neighbour with Saudi Arabia. It was made clear when Canada planned to seek help from the United Arab Emirates and Britain in order to condense the dispute and tension with Saudi Arabia. This has come after recent series of harsh events that took
A Bill enacting Britain’s decision to leave the European Union (E.U.) has become law after months of debate, the Speaker of Parliament announced on Tuesday to cheers from Conservative Party lawmakers. Speaker John Bercow said the E.U. (Withdrawal) Bill, which repeals the 1972 European Communities Act through which Britain became a member, had received royal assent from Queen Elizabeth II. The Bill
New Delhi: India's Dalveer Bhandari got elected to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) panel of judges after UK withdrew its candidate. There was an overwhelming support in the UN General Assembly (GA) for the Indian judge. This will be the first time in the 71-year-old history of ICJ that there will be no British judge in the 'world court'. Bhandari received
New Delhi: Zimbabwe's military leaders seized control of the southern African nation, placing long-time dictator Robert Mugabe under house arrest and deploying armored vehicles in the streets of the capital, Harare yesterday. In a televised statement early Wednesday, an army spokesman denied a military takeover was underway. Currently, the military is in control of state TV in Harare and a significant army
New Delhi: Britain’s foreign secretary Boris Johnson on Sunday defended his predecessor’s role in the creation of Israel. The Balfour Declaration was issued in the form of a letter from the British Foreign Secretary, Lord Arthur James Balfour, to Lord Rothschild. “In paving the way for the creation of Israel, saying two sovereign states for Israelis and Palestinians remains the only
Human Rights Watch has accused the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen of war crimes on Tuesday.
The rights group said that these air strikes which killed 39 civilians including 26 children in two months were carried out either deliberately or recklessly, causing indiscriminate loss of civilian lives in violation of the laws of war.