Articles about Jeremy Corbyn
13 Mar 2019
UK Parliament rejects Theresa May's Brexit deal for second time
British Parliament yesterday rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal for a second time, plunging the UK into a state of uncertainty just two weeks ahead of the country's divorce from the European Union.
17 Jan 2019
After Brexit rejection, British Prime Minister May wins confidence vote
Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May won a confidence vote yesterday and averted a general election, a day after her government suffered a historic parliamentary defeat over her Brexit divorce deal with the European Union.
16 Jan 2019
Brexit: Theresa May's deal rejected by lawmakers in historic fashion
On Tuesday, lawmakers in the UK voted against the Brexit deal painstakingly negotiated by Prime Minister Theresa May and the European Union in astonishing fashion.
15 Jan 2019
UK lawmakers prepare to deliver verdict on EU divorce deal
British lawmakers are preparing to deliver their verdict on Prime Minister Theresa May's divorce deal with the European Union today after more than two years of political upheaval.
27 Nov 2018
British PM May comes under fire over EU exit deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May faced parliamentary fury yesterday as she set off on the tricky task of convincing mutinous lawmakers to back her divorce deal with the European Union (EU).
16 Nov 2018
UK PM May faces no-confidence threat after top officials quit
Embattled British Prime Minister, Theresa May, yesterday faced a possible "coup" after Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab, Indian-origin minister Shailesh Vara and two other ministers resigned from her divided Cabinet over UK's "half-baked" divorce deal with the EU.
14 Apr 2018
Syria airstrikes by UK, France, US 'successful': British PM May
Air strikes by Britain, France, and the United States in Syria sent a "clear message" against the use of chemical weapons, British PM Theresa May said today, declaring the action "successful".
14 Dec 2017
Brexit: May government loses key vote after Tory rebellion
The Brexit took an unexpected turn after Britain's Theresa May government faced a surprise defeat in a Parliamentary vote on the EU Withdrawal Bill.
23 Sep 2017
British PM May proposes two-year transition period post 2019 Brexit
PM Theresa May has proposed a transition period of "about" two years following Brexit in 2019, during which the UK would continue having unfettered access to the EU single market.
13 Jul 2017
India, UK to forge stronger trade ties post-Brexit: PM May
Speaking to the Parliament, British PM Theresa May identified India as one of the countries that is ready to 'forge ambitious trading relationship with the UK' after Brexit.
10 Jun 2017
May to form government with DUP, retains top ministers
Following British PM Theresa May's decision to form the government with the Northern Irish Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), official sources from her office has indicated that she would retain top ministers including Amber Rudd, Interior minister and Boris Johnson, Foreign Secretary.
09 Jun 2017
Hung parliament in the UK, what can happen next?
The UK is set for a hung parliament after the incumbent Theresa May-led Conservative party failed to gain absolute majority.
09 Jun 2017
Theresa May loses overall majority in the British Parliament
As results came in on UK elections, the Conservative Party led by incumbent PM Theresa May failed to secure an overall majority, resulting in a hung Parliament.
05 May 2017
EU-UK spat: EU Parliament chief hits back at May's broadside
Antonio Tajani, Head of the European Parliament rejected British PM Theresa May's claim that the EU was interfering with the June elections in UK.
19 Apr 2017
UK: May says snap polls will strengthen Brexit hand
UK Prime Minister Theresa May stated that the snap General Election would help strengthen the need for Brexit. The elections were first scheduled to be held on 8 June.
26 Sep 2016
Jeremy Corbyn re-elected as Labour party leader
After witnessing motions and voters looking to oust him from the Labour party, British politician Jeremy Corbyn was re-elected as the Labour party leader.
07 Sep 2016
Labour Party distances Vaz after scandal
Keith Vaz, who stepped down as the Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee has now begun facing flak from within his Labour Party as well.
05 Sep 2016
Labour MP Keith under scrutiny for paying male escorts
Sunday Mirror has claimed that Keith Vaz, Britain's longest serving Indian-origin MP, had paid for the services of male escorts at his London flat last month.