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Four dead and dozens injured after blasts. 12/08/2016 11:58 Steven Hopkins News Reporter Britons are being warned to “exercise extreme caution” in Thailand after a wave of co-ordinated explosions left at least four people dead and dozens injured. The Foreign Office updated its travel advice on Friday following multiple blasts in Hua Hin, Trang and Surat Thani, and was “urgently clarifying” reports of a further explosion in Phuket. The advice was echoed by several governments,…Read More
Britain may face a demand from Brussels to contribute towards the 60 billion euro (£50billion) total pension liability for all current and retired European Union officials – even after the UK leaves the EU. Source: Will the UK be left with a £4bn EU pensions bill?Read More
Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May (C) holds her first Cabinet Meeting at Downing Street, in London July 19, 2016. © Dan Kitwood / Reuters Published time: 19 Jul, 2016 10:49 Prime Minister Theresa May told senior ministers at the first meeting of the new Cabinet to pull together to make “Brexit work for Britain,” but warned the split from the European Union should not be the government’s defining feature. May assembled her closest allies at…Read More
THERESA May will slap down Nicola Sturgeon by insisting that the Scottish leader cannot stop Britain leaving the European Union. By NICK GUTTERIDGE Daily Mail PUBLISHED: 11:37, Mon, Jul 18, 2016 | UPDATED: 17:11, Mon, Jul 18, 2016 Theresa May will insist that Nicola Sturgeon does not have a Brexit veto The Prime Minister is set to make it clear that Scotland will leave the Brussels club alongside the rest of the UK following suggestions that…Read More
Ministerial Changes: July 2016 From:Prime Minister’s Office, 10 Downing Street Press release: Ministerial appointment July 2016: Chief Secretary to the Treasury David Gauke has been appointed as the new Chief Secretary to the Treasury following Theresa May’s appointment as Prime Minister. The Queen has been pleased to approve the appointment of David Gauke MP as Chief Secretary to the Treasury. Press release: Statement from Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns talks about priorities…Read More
DEVOLUTION should be “turned upside down” to create a federal Britain, a group of senior cross-party politicians insists today as it… Source: New Act of Union Bill published to create a federal UK and stave off Scottish independenceRead More
TENSIONS with Russia could be thawing as hard-line leader Vladimir Putin has announced he is ready to enter into “constructive dialogue” with new Prime Minister Theresa May. Source: Putin wants Russia and Britain to be FRIENDS after pledging to get along with Theresa MayRead More
THERESA May will make a strict new limit on immigration her top demand in her push for an EU exit deal, the Daily Express has learned. Source: Theresa May will stop migrant crisis: New PM vows she will end free movement from EURead More