Blistering report by a pro-government paper criticises British prime minister for missing crisis meetings and going on holiday as the pandemic established a foothold in the UK.
Many British Muslim leaders warned the ruling Conservative Party of rising anti-Muslim feelings within the party, but no one paid heed to them.
In Brussels, EU Council President Charles Michel and Commission leader Ursula von der Leyen are due to sketch out the first steps as a bloc of 27, rather than 28. UK PM Boris Johnson will meet his Cabinet in the pro-Brexit town of Sunderland.
The British economy would expand by only 0.8 percent this year, the Bank of England said, down sharply on its previous 1.2-per cent forecast.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, the face of the Brexit campaign, says he will celebrate "respectfully" to mark the day the United Kingdom ends its more than 40-year membership of the European Union.
Greece has a historically low number of women in senior positions in politics. In the current Greek Cabinet, all but one of the 18 senior positions are held by men.
Post-mortems suggest that Brexit and Corbyn were responsible for the party’s collapse. It’s much more complex.
Despite rising anti-Muslim sentiment, the 2019 election saw the highest number of Muslim candidates ever enter parliament.
For Johnson, the Brexit-focused campaign “Get Brexit Done” paid off in the end.
Sterling's dramatic gains saw it reach a 19-month high versus the dollar and its strongest levels against the euro since shortly after the 2016 Brexit referendum.
British PM Boris Johnson dismisses criticism of an old article he wrote in 1995 condemning single mothers and "feckless" working-class men, saying the quotes were taken out of context.
Boris Johnson's Conservative Party could win 359 seats out of 650, up from 317 in the 2017 general election, according to the YouGov results published by the Times of London newspaper.
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