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'The British government supports a free media,' says British Ambassador to the Philippines Daniel Pruce
Parliament will hold a symbolic vote endorsing Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit strategy but Conservative Party hardliners could abstain, threatening defeat for her
The British government insists it is working towards leaving the EU on time, with a deal in place
(UPDATED) Deal or no deal, Britain is due to leave the European Union on March 29, and a disorderly exit could cause chaos
(UPDATED) Researchers at the IWH Institute in Halle, eastern Germany say a no-deal Brexit could put 600,000 jobs around the world at risk, with Germany the hardest hit
(UPDATED) A joint statement says European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker has again warned that November's withdrawal agreement cannot be renegotiated
Lacking the support of main opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, the campaign has flagged in recent weeks
'I've been wondering what that special place in hell looks like, for those who promoted Brexit without even a sketch of a plan how to carry it out safely,' says European Union leader Donald Tusk
'Brexit will change the United Kingdom's relationship to the European Union but it will not change the United Kingdom's relationship to NATO,' says Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg
Brussels is now waiting for Theresa May to formally request renewed talks, while warning that the agreement itself cannot at this stage be reopened for discussion
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says 'we want to do everything to avoid a no-deal [Brexit] because that would increase the uncertainty'
(UPDATED) Russia, one of the main allies of Maduro's regime, slams what it dubs European 'interference' in the oil-rich but impoverished Latin American country, saying it is an attempt 'to legitimize usurped power'
The car manufacturer scraps plans to build the X-Trail at its plant in Sunderland, England
Defense lawyer Joseph Keating says Kasim Khuram is 'deeply sorry' for what he has done and that his actions are 'out of character'
A spokesman for EU leader Donald Tusk says the deal is 'not open for renegotiation' while French President Emmanuel Macron says it is the 'best agreement possible'
With exactly two months to go until Britain is scheduled to leave the European Union on March 29, Theresa May is going to attempt to change the agreement she herself negotiated
Here is what the political lay of the land will look like when the House of Commons holds votes that could alter the course of Britain's planned split from the EU on March 29.
'We expect that around 90 stores will close their counters, with the remaining 700 trading with either a full or flexible counter offer for our customers,' the supermarket says in a statement
'The European Parliament will not ratify a withdrawal agreement that doesn't have a backstop in it, it's as simple as that,' Ireland's foreign minister says
A Brexit deal that guarantees an open border is looking increasingly frail
'I would like you to know how very sorry I am for my part in the accident... I can only imagine that I failed to see the car coming, and I am very contrite about the consequences,' Prince Philip says in a letter
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo also denounces Russia and China, which have stood by Maduro. Meanwhile, Russia denounces the United States for interference.
All 3 statements express concern at the timing and manner of the suspension of Chief Justice Walter Onnoghen, who was charged for false declaration of assets
(UPDATED) Government ministers interpret the comments as broadly supportive of their desperate search for a compromise over Brexit
Lawyers of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange file his application with the Inter-American Commission of Human Rights
Brussels negotiator Michel Barnier says the bill will still be settled at some point, even if London rejects the withdrawal agreement Britain signed in November and crashes out on March 29
The Labour amendment has little chance of success as it would need the support of members of Theresa May's Conservative party, who are unlikely to back a plan proposed by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The Duke of Edinburgh drives a new Land Rover Freelander on his wife's private Sandringham estate two days after he survived a car crash
(UPDATED) The duke emerges unharmed but two people in another car are injured in the crash that occurred Thursday, January 17
(UPDATED) 'Now MPs have made clear what they don't want, we must all work constructively together to set out what parliament does want,' says British Prime Minister Theresa May
Under the 2011 Fixed-Term Parliaments Act, losing a confidence motion begins a two-week process that could end in fresh elections
MPs vote 432 to 202 against Theresa May's plan for taking Britain out of the European Union, the biggest parliamentary defeat for a government in modern British political history
With just over two months to go until the scheduled Brexit date of March 29, a bitterly divided Britain is in limbo and the world is on tenterhooks about what will happen next
'My message to parliament this weekend is simple: It is time to forget the games and do what is right for our country,' British Prime Minister Theresa May says
'The public are safer if we have a good community sentence... and it will relieve a lot of pressure on prisons,' says British prisons minister Rory Stewart
A cross-party group of MPs votes to amend a finance law to limit the government's tax-raising powers in the event of a 'no deal' Brexit, a move intended to avert such a scenario
The stakes could hardly be higher as the clock ticks down to the moment the world's fifth-biggest economy splits from its main trading partner on March 29
UK nationals are advised to 'monitor media reports closely, remain vigilant, and avoid large public gatherings'
The suspect reportedly shouts 'Allah' during what Hopkins called a 'horrific attack' on 3 people, including a police officer, at Manchester Victoria station
'I have grave, very deep concerns about Huawei providing the 5G network in Britain. It's something we'd have to look at very closely,' British Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson is quoted as saying by The Times.
Britain's foreign office cites a 'dramatic rise' in violence that saw 215 million Christians face persecution for their faith in 2018
(UPDATED) Violators face up to 5 years in prison for endangering an aircraft
Brexit Secretary Steve Barclay says ministers still hope to secure backing for Prime Minister Theresa May's agreement in a House of Commons vote delayed until next month
'Let us not break faith with the British people by trying to stage another referendum,' she is expected to tell parliament, according to extracts from her speech released by Downing Street
British Prime Minister Theresa May accuses former Labor party leader Tony Blair of insulting voters and trying to undermine her government
'Our UK friends need to say what they want instead of asking us what we want,' says European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker
The confidence vote follows British Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to postpone a planned vote in the House of Commons on the text, because she fears a crushing defeat
Huawei executives meet senior officials from Britain's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), where they accepted a range of technical requirements to ease security fears
Theresa May is drumming up support for a deal in which MPs may get to decide whether Britain eventually joins the 'backstop' plan to avoid post-Brexit border checks with Ireland