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UK's ex-Brexit chief urges cabinet to rebel against PM May
Britain's former Brexit secretary called on members of Prime to rebel against her proposed deal with the European Union over the terms of Britain's departure from the bloc.
Study: 'Territorial injustice' may rise in England due to council cuts
Disproportionately harsh spending cuts to local public services in England’s poorest areas are likely to intensify perceived ‘territorial injustice’ between deprived and wealthy parts of the country, a study showed.
End divisions or put Brexit at risk, May tells party
British Prime Minister Theresa May called on her Conservative Party on Wednesday to unite behind her plan to leave the European Union, warning critics their arguments could put Brexit in jeopardy.
May’s Brexit plan is a cheat, chuck it: Boris Johnson
Former British foreign minister Boris Johnson said that Prime Minister Theresa May is cheating the public with her plan for bringing the country out of the European Union.
Johnson assaults May's Brexit plan at fractious party meeting
Britain's Boris Johnson on Tuesday launched a blistering attack on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan at a fractious party conference that came as Brussels pressed London for a compromise on leaving the EU.
Johnson brands May's Brexit plan 'deranged'
Britain’s former foreign secretary Boris Johnson branded British Prime Minister Theresa May's plan for leaving the European Union "deranged," fueling tensions as the ruling Conservative Party gathered for its annual conference.
May disagrees with Trump, says Iran honoring JCPOA
British Prime Minister Theresa May said Iran has honored the multilateral agreement, adding that the deal should remain in place, in sharp contrast with US policy under President Donald Trump who has pulled America out of the deal.
May: Brexit talks hit impasse
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday the European Union must come up with an alternative to her Brexit proposals, saying talks had reached an impasse after bloc’s leaders had rejected her plans without explaining why.
Lack of viable Brexit deal will force May from office before Christmas: Labour MP
A senior Labour Party member of the Parliament (MP) has said that Britain’s opposition party is set to vote against any Brexit deal reached by Conservative Prime Minister Theresa May.
May’s Brexit plan will lock UK in EU taxi’s boot: Boris Johnson
Former British foreign minister Boris Johnson has revived his fierce criticism of Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan for leaving the European Union, saying Britain will end up having no say on EU regulations while being forced to accept them.
Given the right to larger families, Chinese may hold off
China's moves to combat an ageing population by relaxing decades-old curbs on family size have hit an unexpected snag: Many parents are no longer interested in having more babies.
Study: Air pollution may harm cognitive intelligence
Chronic exposure to air pollution can cause harm to cognitive performance, a new study revealed.
Media: Japan ministries may have inflated numbers of disabled employees
Several ministries in Japan may have inflated their numbers of disabled employees for more than four decades, media said on Friday, while companies that miss quotas set by law face fines.
May still believes Britain will win a good Brexit deal – spokesman
Prime Minister Theresa May still believes that Britain will negotiate a good Brexit deal with the European Union rather than failing to win any agreement for its departure from the bloc, her spokesman said on Monday.

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