Charles told members of the House of Commons and House of Lords that he would follow his late mother Queen Elizabeth II in upholding “the precious principles of constitutional governance” that underpin the UK’s political system.
Johnson wins backing of 211 out of 359 Conservative lawmakers, more than simple majority needed to remain in power, but still sees a significant rebellion of 148 MPs.
Charles delivered the Queen's Speech from the consort's throne, symbolically an inch shorter than the monarch's sovereign throne, before reading out the government's agenda.
More than 100,000 African and ethnic minority soldiers, who died fighting for the British Empire in World War I, had not been properly commemorated due to "pervasive racism," a report finds.
FM Dominic Raab says UK will introduce new rules for firms to try to prevent goods linked to alleged forced labour of Muslim Uighurs in China's Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region. Meanwhile, Beijing warns London not to interfere in its affairs.
The Overseas Operation Bill would introduce stronger legal protections for UK soldiers serving abroad. But critics believe it will make overseas operations worse for victims of war crimes and for the UK’s standing in the world.
A parliament report has said while it would be "difficult" to prove that Russia sought to influence the EU referendum, it was clear Britain "was slow to recognise the existence of the threat" despite past evidence of Russia interfering in 2014.
The peace process is going through its most intricate phase as Afghan leaders from all sides struggle to find common ground.
British lawmakers blocked an attempt by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to hold an early general election on December 12, as he sought to break the political deadlock over Brexit.
Theresa May's departure will bring new momentum to the Brexit process, but there are plenty of minefields ahead for her eventual successor.
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says the bloc's 27 member states were now prepared for the UK to leave the bloc without an agreement, but that it was "never our desired or intended scenario."
The European Union has granted the UK an extension until May 22, but only if Prime Minister Theresa May can get her agreement, which has already been resoundingly rejected twice, through parliament.
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