Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service says there is insufficient evidence to prosecute any other former British soldiers or alleged members of the Official IRA over the events of Bloody Sunday in Derry/Londonderry in 1972
Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service says there is sufficient evidence to charge one former Paratrooper with the murders of two men and the attempted murders of four others over the events of Bloody Sunday in Londonderry in 1972
1 year ago
"Brexit will not change NATO's relationship to the European Union," @jensstoltenberg says when asked if the current chaos has any impact on the alliance or its ties to Europe.
annual report: NATO stood united in calling out Russia for its use of a chemical nerve agent on British soil
1 year ago
Troops from 1st Bn Royal Gurkha Rifles' Police Liaison Detachment out and about on the streets of Kabul protecting advisers working with Afghan police forces as part of NATO's #TrainAdviseAssist mission
European Council President Donald Tusk backs a 'long' delay if Britain 'rethinks' Brexit
Up to eight B-52s are expected to touch down at RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire on Friday. Support aircraft already arrived.
ERG MPs saying they will vote for the deal at MV3 on the condition May goes
Sarah Newton has resigned as a minister at the Department for Work and Pensions over the Brexit vote, a DWP source says
Bercow reveals that Government extension motion for tomorrow proposes extension until June 30th
May repeats 'the legal default remains that the UK leaves without a deal unless something else is agreed' to uproar in house
1 year ago
The pound extended its gains after the U.K. Parliament rejected leaving the EU without a deal, opening up the way for Britain to delay Brexit
1 year ago
MPs reject Conservative former minister Damian Green's amendment F by a majority of 210. It aimed to call for a delay to the Brexit day from March 29 to May 22 to give time for preparations to leave without a deal.
Amendment seeking to rule out No Deal in any circumstances PASSES 312 to 308
British MPs begin vote on no-deal Brexit.
House of Commons speaker John Bercow has selected two amendments for debate as MPs consider whether to approve leaving the European Union on 29 March without a deal
May's spokesman said the PM will implement a no-deal Brexit if MPs vote for it tonight, but absolutely ruled out revoking Article 50, whatever MPs decide.
Philip Hammond says leaving with no deal would mean a smaller, less prosperous economy. 'Higher unemployment, lower wages and higher prices in the shops. That is not what people voted for.'
Czech PM reveals he told Theresa May in a phone call over the weekend to hold a second referendum and that the Government should campaign to stay in the EU. An extraordinary thing to make public today.
Foreign Minister @HeikoMaas on today's vote in the House of Commons: we are moving closer towards a no-deal brexit with this decision. Rejecting the Brexit deal amounts to jeopardizing citizens' and economy's well-being.
Group of UK lawmakers say they will propose an amendment to Wednesday's vote on no deal proposing that the government should seek an Article 50 extension until May 22nd in order to prepare for no deal Brexit
Prime Minister tells MPs that "no deal" vote will continue tomorrow as planned. Theresa May says "this is an issue of grave concern for the United Kingdom"
Brexit Voting: - Yes: 242 - No: 391
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SNP MP Hannah Bardell: I can safely say the "no" lobby is absolutely rammed. The PM is about to face another defeat. #Brexit
British MPs are holding a second meaningful vote on @theresa_may's Brexit deal as the deadline on March 29 looms.
EU chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says Britain will not get a transition period after Brexit unless the House of Commons ratifies divorce package
Sky News projecting the Government will lose tonight's vote on the Brexit deal by more than 100 votes
Theresa May: If this deal is not passed then Brexit could be lost. #BREXIT
Senior Conservative MP calls for General Election if deal is rejected.
British Civil Aviation Authority bans Boeing 737 MAX commercial flights from UK airspace as a precautionary measure