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Carey Mulligan urges British government to take strong stance on Aleppo – video

Hundreds of London protesters, including actress Carey Mulligan, leave teddy bears outside the prime minister’s office as they demanded a larger British role in ending attacks on civilians in Syria’s Aleppo on Saturday. They said the...Show More Summary

British PM May's Conservatives see majority cut in Cameron's constituency

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May's ruling Conservative Party held the parliamentary constituency vacated by David Cameron but saw its majority cut significantly as thousands of voters flocked to a pro-European Union opposition party.

ALAN TURING LAW: Britain To Formally Pardon 65,000 Gay Men Convicted Under Sodomy Laws [VIDEO]

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Last month the office of British Prime Minister Teresa May signaled that this would happen but gave no timeline. Today we get confirmation. The Guardian reports: Gay and bisexual men convicted of now-abolished sexual offences in England and Wales are to receive posthumous pardons, the government has announced. Show More Summary

France warns UK's May of hard Brexit talks

French President Francois Hollande on Thursday warned British Prime Minister Theresa May during her first European Union summit that she would face tough negotiations if she insists on a "hard Brexit". May is calling on EU leaders to...Show More Summary

British PM calls for 'robust and united' EU response to Russia over Syria

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday called for a "robust and united" European approach to Russian "atrocities" in Syria, as she arrived for her first EU summit in Brussels. "It is vital that we work together to continue to put pressure on Russia to stop its appalling atrocities, its sickening atrocities in Syria," May told reporters.

British PM seeks to calm Brexit fears at first EU summit

British Prime Minister Theresa May will seek to allay fears of the disruptive impact of Brexit after a wave of criticism when she addresses European Union leaders on Thursday at her first EU summit. May will use the leaders' workingShow More Summary

British Prime Minister Theresa May to attend her first EU leaders summit

3 days agoNews : USAToday: News

Brexit not on formal agenda but could still be discussed at two-day meeting in Brussels.        

Taoiseach Enda Kenny: “I need to know what it is that the Executive in Northern Ireland is actually seeking”

3 days agoNews : Slugger O'Toole

With the Northern Ireland First Minister over-praising a letter of acknowledgement from the UK Prime Minister, and the deputy First Minister sounding off [again? – Ed] about his lack of trust in “this British government”, it’s worth noting this exchange between Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams in the Dáil yesterday high-lighting the more...

PM Theresa May to Seek Trade Opportunities With India Trip

6 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

British Prime Minister Theresa May will lead a delegation of small and medium-size businesses to India in November as part of efforts to bolster trade with countries outside the European Union as Britain prepares to leave the bloc. The Nov. Show More Summary

UK lawmakers press Theresa May to allow a vote on EU strategy

LONDON (Reuters) - British lawmakers from across the political spectrum will press their bid to force Prime Minister Theresa May to give parliament a vote on her negotiating strategy for leaving the European Union, saying she had no mandate for a "hard Brexit".

UK expats in Spain given hope by Spanish acting PM

After a meeting with Theresa May, the Spanish acting prime minister told British expats to keep calm and wait for results. Mariano Rajoy yesterday attended a working lunch with Theresa May in which the plight of Spaniards living in the UK and British expats in Spain was discussed. Although no press conference was held after the meeting, a... Expats Blog -

The Failed Dogma of Neoliberalism

In the 1980s, British Prime Minister Thatcher and U.S. President Reagan depicted neoliberal or “free market” capitalism as the ideal system, a dogma that extends to the present despite its horrific failures and other ways, says Sam Ben-Meir. By Sam Ben-Meir…Read more ?

The State Department Has Taken Over Three Years On A FOIA Request About How Long It Takes To Process FOIA Requests

last weekIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Back in 2013, a young Shawn Musgrave filed a FOIA request with the State Department for its cables regarding former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. To his surprise, he was given an estimated completion date (ECD) of December...Show More Summary

British PM Theresa May Backs Hospital Passport Checks on Pregnant Women

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

British Prime Minister Theresa May has defended proposals that would require pregnant women to show their passports to prove they are eligible for free NHS treatment. May rejected Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s criticism of a trial scheme...Show More Summary

May questions Syria no-fly zone proposal

British prime minister raises doubts about zone to protect civilians from airstrikes and says political solution is best option Theresa May has raised doubts over the safety and enforcement of a potential no-fly zone over Syria to protect civilians from Russian or Syrian airstrikes. Show More Summary

British PM May allows MPs to scrutinise Brexit plan

British Prime Minister Theresa May signalled ahead of a House of Commons debate Wednesday that she would let parliament scrutinise her plan for Brexit before she begins the formal process to exit the EU. The move caused the pound toShow More Summary

British Prime Minister Theresa May Concedes Need For Brexit Commons Debate

Theresa May has bowed to pressure and committed to holding a parliamentary debate on Brexit before triggering the Article 50 EU exit mechanism. But the British prime minister has stopped short of promising MPs a vote on the issue, and...Show More Summary

Britain's May offers lawmakers some scrutiny of Brexit process

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May has offered to give lawmakers some scrutiny of the process to leave the European Union on condition they did not "undermine" her negotiations with 27 other members of the bloc.

Afghan Director: Women Are Invisible in My 'Fantastically Corrupt' Country

Shahrbanoo Sadat, a young Afghan female scriptwriter and director, prefers the status of women in stories to the status of women in reality. Agreeing with former British prime minister David Cameron’s assertion that Afghanistan is “fantastically...Show More Summary

Brexit and Australia: No need to rush for an FTA

Speaking at the Conservative Party conference, UK Prime Minister Theresa May added some clarity to the Brexit debate by stating that formal negotiations for British withdrawal from the European Union will begin no later than March 2017. Show More Summary

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