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British PM: We are leaving EU on March 29
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday that the UK will be leaving the European Union on March 29, and that the bloc would only consider extending the 'Article 50' negotiating period if there was a credible alternative exit plan.
Brexit is in peril, May warns ahead of vote on her deal
Prime Minister Theresa May warned on Monday that Britain’s planned exit from the EU could be derailed, a last-ditch effort to win over Brexit-supporting lawmakers who have repeatedly said they will vote down her divorce deal.
British PM warns of catastrophe if lawmakers don't back Brexit deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned lawmakers that failure to back her plan to leave the European Union be catastrophic for Britain, in a plea for support two days ahead of a vote in parliament that she is expected to lose.
Leading Brexit donors say Britain will reverse decision to leave EU
Two of the biggest donors to the Brexit campaign said they now believe the project they championed will eventually be abandoned by the government and that the United Kingdom will stay in the European Union.
No-deal Brexit could bring British farming to its knees, MPs warned
British farmers have pleaded with Members of Parliament to prevent a no-deal exit from the European Union (EU) in fear of its possible effects on the UK food industry.
Qassemi: British FM remarks interference in Iran’s internal affairs
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi dismissed British foreign secretary’s recent remarks about a case in Iran as an interference in the internal affairs of an independent state.
Britain rail season tickets to jump by £100 for many commuters as 3.1% rise kicks in
Rail fares have issued another ‘kick in the wallet’ to British commuters by increasing by an average of 3.1 percent.
EU's Juncker urges Britain: Get your act together on Brexit
The head of the European Union's executive branch is urging Britain to "get your act together" and decide what exactly the country wants as Brexit looms.
Russia, Britain to start returning diplomats in Jan.
Moscow and London reached an agreement to return some staff to their respective embassies after they expelled dozens of diplomats early this year, TASS news agency reported on Friday, citing the Russian envoy to the UK.
Britain bans puppy, kitten sales by pet shops
Britain is forbidding puppies and kittens from being sold by pet shops in a bid to crack down on animal exploitation and abuse.
UK housing secretary admits government policies led to rise in homelessness
Britain's housing secretary has admitted that the UK government’s social welfare policies have played a role in the rising rate of homelessness, appearing to backtrack on a statement he made earlier this month.
UK homelessness doubles, hits record high: Study
Homelessness in Britain has reached a record-high, with more than 170,000 families and individuals experiencing rough sleeping during Christmas, according to a study.
A renegotiated Brexit would go ahead under Labour government - Corbyn
Britain’s opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn would push ahead with Brexit and seek to renegotiate the terms if he won a snap election next year, he said on Saturday, in a blow to party supporters who want a second referendum.
UK to put forward UN resolution to protect Yemen truce
Britain will put forward a UN Security Council on the conflict in Yemen to be voted on later this week, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt told Parliament on Wednesday.

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