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Tony Blair: Social Media Would Have Made Reform Harder

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that he would found it harder to complete many of his major public service reforms in the era of social media. Speaking to Politico’s “off message” podcast, Blair said that social media...Show More Summary

Brexit? What Brexit? Labour's Owen Smith Vows Second Vote Amid Legal Challenge

UK Labour Party challenger Owen Smith has said that - if he wins the leadership battle against incumbent Jeremy Corbyn - he will campaign for British Prime Minister Theresa May to hold a second referendum on the UK's membership of the EU, or a general election.

So-Called 'Jihadi-Wings' to Be Set Up in British Jails

In the first speech on prison reform made by a serving Prime Minister, David Cameron admitted the new battle was "tackling extremism."

So-Called Jihadi-Wings To Be Set Up In British Jails

In the first speech on prison reform made by a serving Prime Minister, former premier David Cameron admitted the new battle was "tackling extremism." "We have around 1,000 prisoners who have been identified as extremist or vulnerable to extremism," Cameron said in February 2016.

Liveblogging Postwar: August 16, 1946: Direct Action Day

Wikipedia: _[Direct Action Day][]_: >British Prime Minister Clement Attlee sent a three-member Cabinet Mission to India aimed at discussing and finalising plans for the transfer of power from the British Raj to the Indian leadership, providing India with independence under Dominion status in the Commonwealth of Nations. After holding talks...

Britain not to trigger EU divorce before end of year: Downing Street

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will not begin formal divorce talks on leaving the European Union before the end of the year, a government spokeswoman said on Friday.

May on Holiday, Boris in Charge: 'Like Putting Chuckle Brothers on Newsnight'

With UK Prime Minister Theresa May on a hiking holiday in the Swiss Alps, British government officials have announced that Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will be taking charge of the country for the next week, sparking a series of jokes and outbursts about his suitability for the job.

10 things you need to know in markets today

Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Tuesday. British Prime Minister Theresa May has written a letter to China's President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang expressing a wish to enhance trade and cooperation on global...Show More Summary

Britain's May expresses wish to enhance trade and cooperation on global issues with China

BEIJING (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May has written a letter to China's President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang expressing a wish to enhance trade and cooperation on global issues between the U.K. and China, China's foreign ministry said, citing Britain's Minister for Asia and the Pacific.

Brexit Delayed Is Brexit Denied? British Prime Minister Might Postpone EU Exit Kickoff

According to several media, notably the Sunday Times, Britain could delay until 2019 the start of negotiations to leave the European Union, making the effective Brexit date unlikely before 2021 or even much later. That would be terrible. Britain, you created the problem, now you own it – it is up to you to solve it. And pretty please, do it fast.

Theresa May Dodges Brexit Debate With Vacation In Neutral Switzerland

British Prime Minister Theresa May is side-stepping the Brexit debate by opting for a ten-day break in neutral Switzerland. The country is not an EU member but does enjoy a negotiated bilateral agreement that allows it some access to...Show More Summary

David Cameron has been voted the greatest prime minister since Margaret Thatcher

YouGov's latest poll has found that David Cameron is the most popular British prime minister since Margaret Thatcher. Cameron, who resigned as Conservative leader after campaigning for the losing side in the EU referendum, was rated "good or great" by 32% of respondents. Show More Summary

UK PM Calls on Argentina's Macri to Lift Falklands Oil Exploration Restrictions

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday urged Argentina's President Mauricio Macri to lift restrictions imposed by Buenos Aires on oil exploration in the area around the Falkland Islands.

U.K. PM Theresa May Calls Putin to Talk Strengthening Ties

2 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

In British Prime Minister Theresa May’s first phone call to Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday night, both leaders expressed “dissatisfaction” with the current level of cooperation between the countries, according to the Kremlin. The...Show More Summary

Canada's Prime Minister Casually Photobombed a Wedding With His Sexy Shirtless Body

The world's sexiest leader, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, is back at it again proving he's the best thing about Canada. The 44-year-old politician of our dreams was surfing in Tofino, British Columbia, while a beach wedding was taking place. Show More Summary

BBC's Andrew Neil on Salary Row: Yes, I Earn More Than the Prime Minister

2 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

BBC television presenter Andrew Neil has admitted he makes more money than the British prime minister and is happy to have his six-figure salary disclosed publicly. The broadcaster, who fronts BBC Two’s Daily Politics and BBC One’s Sunday...Show More Summary

How To Move From An Entrepreneur To Manager Or Fail

FARNBOROUGH, ENGLAND - JULY 11: British Prime Minister David Cameron (L) speaks to Sir Richard Branson at the Farnborough International Airshow on July 11, 2016 in Farnborough, United Kingdom. (Photo by Peter Nicholls - WPA Pool /Getty Images) As a business advisor, I have too often seen technical entrepreneurs get a [...]

New British Prime Minister Theresa May Issues First Official Statement On LGBT Rights

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

New Prime Minister Theresa May makes her first statement to the LGBT community.

What Will Decide the Presidential Election?

2 weeks agoNews : Close Read

“Events, my dear boy, events.” David Remnick, The New Yorker’s editor, quoted this comment (attributed, perhaps apocryphally, to British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, on the question of what would decide his country’s political direction) in a discussion he moderated Tuesday evening at NeueHouse Madison Square. Show More Summary

British PM May promises to help small businesses navigate Brexit

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May will tell small business owners on Thursday that she wants to help them take advantage of the opportunities provided by Britain's vote to leave the European Union. The June 23 Brexit...Show More Summary

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