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Philip Hammond: Second Brexit referendum ‘deserves to be considered’
Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer (finance minister) Philip Hammond has said that a second Brexit referendum "deserves to be considered," a day after an estimated one million people held demonstrations in London calling for another vote as the deepening Brexit crisis risked sinking Prime Minister Theresa May's premiership.
May warns of long Brexit delay if MPs do not back her deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May has issued a stark warning to lawmakers that if they do not back her Brexit deal, there is the possibility the country "will not leave the EU for many months, if ever".
Report: Millions in Britain at risk of poor-quality later life
A landmark report on the state of ageing in Britain warned that a significant proportion of people are at risk of spending later life in poverty, ill-health and hardship.
Britain will get its Trump moment if it delays Brexit: Ex-minister
A former UK government minister responsible for European Union withdrawal has warned that delaying Brexit would have serious implications for the British democracy as it would push the country toward the governance style of US President Donald Trump.
'Brexit in peril' as PM May faces heavy defeat
Brexit could be reversed if lawmakers reject the government's exit deal, British Foreign Minister Jeremy Hunt said on Sunday after two major eurosceptic factions in parliament warned that Prime Minister Theresa May was facing a heavy defeat.
UK ruling party suspends 14 members over Islamophobia
Britain’s ruling Conservative Party has suspended more than a dozen of its members after they posted Islamophobic or racist comments online.
Iran slams Britain for banning Hezbollah
Iran on Saturday condemned Britain for its decision to list Lebanon’s resistance movement Hezbollah as a terrorist organization, saying it ignored both the will of a large portion of the Lebanese people and the group’s role in fighting the Daesh terror group.
EU top official Tusk calls on May to delay Brexit
After nearly two years of bitter and divisive talks on the departure of Britain from the European Union, it has come to this — the sides cannot even agree on a divorce date anymore.
Decision time, not extra time, EU Brexit negotiator says
Brexit talks now require a "decision" rather than going into "extra time", the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier said Friday as the clock runs down on March 29 when Britain is set to leave the block, with or without an exit deal.
Britain urges Germany to ease curbs on arms sales to Saudi
Britain’s top diplomat has urged Germany to relax its ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia because they are affecting UK sales of weapons to – and by extension its influence with – the oil-rich kingdom.
Britain's Prince Philip gives up license after crash
Queen Elizabeth II's 97-year-old husband Prince Philip on Saturday surrendered his driving license after causing a car crash that outraged the media and stirred a debate about old age and driving.
German economy may only grow 0.7 percent in 2019 if exports to Britain fall: DIHK
The German economy may only grow by 0.7 percent this year if exports to Britain drop by 10 percent and if there is additional turbulence on capital markets, it may only expand by around 0.5 percent, the DIHK Chambers of Industry and Commerce said.
Colony or not, we're British, say Gibraltarians. And keep the border open
With London fuming over whether Gibraltar should still be called a “colony”, residents of the British outpost on the southern tip of Spain said they were more worried about life after Brexit than about which word best explained their status.
UK's May says she is 'armed with fresh' Brexit mandate
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday she would be "armed with a fresh mandate and new ideas" when she meets European Union negotiators over her Brexit deal.
Britain irked by EU’s designation of Gibraltar as ‘colony’
The UK government has been irked by the European Union’s designation of the Mediterranean port of Gibraltar as a British ‘colony’ as new hostilities emerge between London and Brussels in the midst a controversial Brexit process.

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