British Prime Minister Boris Johnson came under pressure Sunday to immediately recall lawmakers from their summer holiday so Parliament can debate Brexit.
British MPs press Johnson to recall Parliament over Brexit
Germany’s economy is in trouble and the government is dithering over whether to provide support in the form of fiscal stimulus.
Here’s how Germany could boost its economy, if it wants to act
A hard border in the event of a no-deal Brexit is likely and Northern Ireland will face job losses and road blockages, a leaked official UK government document warned.
Hard border, severe disruption to Northern Ireland's economy, job losses likely in no-deal Brexit
A ruling by the Gibraltar Supreme Court to free the Panamanian-flagged supertanker Grace 1 (now named Adrian Daria) has been widely interpreted as a victory for Iranian diplomacy.
Johnson proves to be more astute than May as he avoids second US trap
Britain’s seizure of a supertanker carrying Iranian crude oil has proven to be a legal, diplomatic and political defeat for London. This is evident in Britain’s retreat following the Gibraltar “Supreme Court’s” decision to order the release of the tanker.
A timeline of Grace 1's seizure and detention
A British judge on Friday gave the green light for a tiny private firm to seize more than $9 billion in assets from the Nigerian government over a failed natural gas deal.
UK court opens way for $9b claim against Nigeria
UK’s dependence on the US as the military-power-in-charge continues to grow, as a new report reveals the size of Britain’s armed forces has fallen for the ninth consecutive year. The Army, the RAF and the Royal Navy have all seen a decline in the number of fully-trained personnel - with the Army experiencing the biggest fall, new Ministry of Defence figures showed.
UK’s military dependence on US continues to grow, as Britain’s armed forces shrink for ninth consecutive year.
We are still reminded of the consequences of British colonialism with the ongoing volatile situations in places such as Indian-controlled Kashmir and Hong Kong.
Consequences of UK colonialism still felt in Kashmir, Hong Kong
An international law group has submitted new evidence to the UK government alleging that the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen has covered up evidence of its unlawful airstrikes on civilian targets.
UK receives report documenting Saudi cover-up of unlawful Yemen airstrikes

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