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UK should press for UN-led investigation in Syria: Jeremy Corbyn

Corbyn has said parliament should be consulted before any military action.

13 Apr 2018 3:05 PM

Anti-Semitism row, ‘spying’ claims fail to silence Corbyn

The ideological divide remained unbridged, though, and the tendency to latch on to smear campaigns undiminished.

12 Apr 2018 5:17 AM

Theresa May not invited to Harry, Meghan royal wedding

Official sources say official list of political leaders, both UK and international, not required for Prince Harry and Markle's wedding.

10 Apr 2018 9:27 PM

Disunited UK drifts on to an uncertain future

The UK has been forced into repeated and demeaning retreats from its so-called “red lines”, its supposedly immovable positions.

06 Apr 2018 12:26 AM

Moscow demands explanation after Britain searches Russian passenger plane

Russia’s Ministry of Transport said on Saturday that Moscow would demand an official explanation from Britain.

31 Mar 2018 5:29 PM


A new Cold War looms

A former Russian spy who turned a double agent and was in jail was brought over to Britain in a spy swap back in 2005.

31 Mar 2018 12:20 AM

May makes Brexit tour across UK, pleads for unity

Most voters in England and Wales backed Brexit, while majorities in Scotland and Northern Ireland wanted the UK to stay in the EU.

30 Mar 2018 7:14 AM

Putin dismisses UK’s accusation over ex-spy’s poisoning, calls it ‘nonsense’

Putin said, 'Russia does not possess such agents. We have destroyed all our chemical arsenals under control of international observers.'

19 Mar 2018 9:07 AM

Of ‘sharing culture’ & ‘Russian spies’

The most dangerous threat given by the UK so far is that its team may not attend the football World Cup in Russia.

19 Mar 2018 6:43 AM

Spy poisoning standoff: Russian foreign ministry summons UK envoy

Russia is expected to announce the expulsion of some British diplomats in a retaliatory measure.

17 Mar 2018 1:15 PM


Moscow asserts it will retaliate soon to May firing of envoys over spy poisoning

‘The British government made a choice for confrontation with Russia,’ the Russian foreign ministry said in a statement.

15 Mar 2018 12:55 PM

First in 30 years: UK expels 23 Russian diplomats over spy poisoning

Theresa May also said that UK is suspending high-level diplomatic contact with Russia over spy poisoning.

14 Mar 2018 7:02 PM

High likely Russia responsible for spy poisoning: Theresa May

British PM Theresa May told British lawmakers the military-grade nerve agent used in the attack was of a type developed by Russia.

13 Mar 2018 2:09 PM

Indian volunteer leading ‘Billion steps for women’ wins Commonwealth award

Srishti Bakshi is leading a team of hundreds of female volunteers on a 3,800-km walk through India across 260 days.

09 Mar 2018 3:18 PM

Trump tariffs expected next week with no country exemptions: Ross

Ross, who said he expected them to go into effect in the coming week, played down the impact on the US economy of retaliatory measures.

05 Mar 2018 11:30 AM


Indian-origin men among gangs using drugs, alcohol to sexually abuse UK women

A police operation called Sanctuary published a review based on which a report was drawn.

24 Feb 2018 6:12 PM

‘Zero tolerance’ on Oxfam sex scandal: UK Prime Minister's Office

The Department for International Development have taken action to enforce a zero tolerance approach.

12 Feb 2018 8:38 PM

Unelected bosses rule the roost in parties

The amendment was passed with 309 MPs supporting the motion and 305 opposing.

11 Feb 2018 12:11 AM

‘Health surchage’ to be doubled in UK for long-term visitors, including from India

The surcharge is paid by all visitors from outside the EU seeking to live in the UK for six months or more to work, study.

05 Feb 2018 6:50 PM

How some schools in Britain are busy radicalising young minds

The attack against Ms Lall and Mr Qawi was led by five Muslim councillors, the elected local government officials of Newham.

03 Feb 2018 12:37 AM