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British Prime Minister Delays Votes on Brexit Deal

British PM, Theresa May Postpones Tuesday’s Brexit Vote Amid Opposition on the Irish Backstop Proposal

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

UK Experiences More Exports to India than the EU

Britain’s Office for National Statistics, on Friday, released figures the latest figures for balance of payments, which have apparently seen the Brexit-bound Britain experience exports to India grow faster than those to the European Union. The statistics showed exports of UK goods and services rising to a record £620.2 billion. The Theresa May government sees India as one of the key

Brexit Bill Officially becomes Law

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

Iranian Foreign Minister Visits New Delhi to Hold Extensive Talks with Sushma Swaraj

Iranian Foreign Minister

Iranian Foreign Minister, Dr. Mohammad Javad Zarif arrives in New Delhi on his one-day visit. His meeting with Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj is scheduled to happen today where several bilateral ties will be discussed. The main agenda of the meeting is Iran’s JCPOA, where Iran seeks India’s support with other six world powers to support Tehran after US pulled

EU’s GDPR Comes in Effect, 85% Companies Not Ready Yet

GDPR

European Union’s new data policy act called as GDPR (General Data Protection Act) has come in force today, 25th May. It has been implemented across Europe. Now companies will have to change the way they use and handle personal data. It is going to impact the companies who sell services and products in Europe, especially an Indian call centre targeting Europe

European Union Supports Spain in Catalonia Independence Crisis

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New Delhi: Spain's economy minister Luis de Guindos said on Tuesday that Madrid has full backing from the European Union in the ongoing independence crisis in Catalonia. He rejected the call for independence and termed this move as a “rebellion against the rule of law.” "What I can say is that everyone has supported the position of the Spanish government," said De

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