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Thousands march against Brexit in London

Large areas of central London were brought to a standstill Saturday as thousands of demonstrators converged on the capital to protest about the outcome of the EU referendum.

London's High Court rules parliament must vote ahead of Brexit trigger

2016-11-03 18:44

London's High Court ruled that the UK parliament has to approve the government's plans to exit the European Union before Prime Minister Theresa May can invoke Article 50, the formal process of leaving the EU.

I'd vote for a second EU referendum

2016-10-12 00:38

With the dust barely settled following the UK electorate's bombshell decision to leave the European Union, both principal protagonists in the debate about whether we should or should not part company with the EU have moved on.

UK Referendum on EU membership has no legal mandate

2016-07-08 20:38

An interesting fact about the UK referendum is not that it rallied a majority of voters in favour of Leave, but that it has been interpreted as a de facto Brexit. It should not be. Emotions carried people away and casual observers believe it is over: "The UK is out". But it is not.

Theresa May among British PM hopefuls, Boris Johnson pulls out

2016-07-01 10:14

Five contenders emerged Thursday in the race to become the next prime minister of Britain following David Cameron's decision to quit.

China-UK ties to remain strong despite Brexit, envoy says

2016-07-01 07:35

China-UK relations will stay strong on despite Britain's decision to leave the European Union, said Liu Xiaoming, Chinese ambassador to the UK.

Lead Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson quits party leadership contest

2016-06-30 19:47

Boris Johnson, the former London mayor who had spearheaded the successful campaign for Britain to leave the European Union, dramatically announced he would not be running for leadership of the ruling Conservative Party, which would have automatically made him prime minister.

UK parties head for leadership battles amid Brexit fallout

2016-06-30 11:15

Britain's main opposition Labor Party headed for a leadership battle, mirroring a fight for control of the ruling Conservative Party, after the decision by voters to leave the European Union last week led to upheaval in Westminster.

European Council president warns post-Brexit lower economic growth

2016-06-29 18:48

European Council President Donald Tusk has warned that lower growth in the UK due to Brexit may lead to a "negative spillover all over the world."

New British PM to be in place by Sept 9

2016-06-29 10:48

The successor to the current British Prime Minister David Cameron is expected to be revealed on Sept 9, a week later than originally planned.

Poll: Migrants viewed as dividing European society

2016-06-29 10:21

A Sputnik.Polls survey has found that a majority of people in France (68 per cent), Germany (61 per cent ) and the UK (60 per cent) believe that migrants are causing divisions in society by refusing to adopt European values and way of life. The poll was conducted by French opinion and marketing research company Ifop and UK polling agency Populus for Sputnik News Agency and Radio.

London protesters reject Brexit, stand with EU

2016-06-29 10:06

Demonstrators take part in a protest aimed at showing London's solidarity with the European Union following the recent EU referendum, in Trafalgar Square, central London, Britain, June 28, 2016.

Expressing regret, Cameron says Britain will not turn back on EU

2016-06-29 09:19

Expressing regret and sadness over Britain's decision to leave the European Union, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Tuesday the country would not turn its back on Europe and would instead build the strongest ties it could.

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