Map. History of UK conflict

10 December 2018
2 week ago
Downing Street says Prime Minister Theresa May will travel to Brussels tomorrow evening for a meeting with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker
Spanish Foreign Minister says Sanchez government would not block an independent Scotland, that seceded constitutionally, from re-joining the EU.
Spanish PM @sanchezcastejon says if there are no changes to the current Brexit agreement, Madrid will vote against it. Spain wants a separate deal over Gibraltar with the UK
2 week ago
Royal Air Force ISR Plane Sentinel R1 ZJ961
Ryanair Boeing 737-800 was damaged on the ground at Shannon Airport
Ryanair Boeing 737-800 was damaged on the ground at Shannon Airport
"As regards this notorious Novichok, in the US 140+ patents granted for chemical warfare agents of this kind US friends pristine and pure as the air, paragons of morality. They rained down missiles on Syria under pretext of Sarin used." - Russia Ambo at @OPCW
27 non-British EU members united behind draft Brexit deal, agreed not to reopen talks ahead of signing this weekend
3 week ago
USAF RC-135V Rivet Joint airborne SIGINT platform on mission
3 week ago
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May warned that a leadership change wouldn't make Brexit negotiations easier, as opponents in her Conservative Party threaten to unseat her.
3 week ago
A 17-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of a man found stabbed to death in a street in Crawley.
3 week ago
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has told Sky News he thinks a second Brexit referendum is an "option for the future but not for today"
.@HMSStAlbans escorting the Russian cruiser Marshall Ustinov through the English Channel this week. (After taking over escort duty from French frigate FS Primaguet).3 week ago
[email protected] escorting the Russian cruiser Marshall Ustinov through the English Channel this week. (After taking over escort duty from French frigate FS Primaguet).
British envoy to the Security Council: A political solution alone will remain a solution to the conflict in Yemen
3 week ago
Downing Street says Stephen Barclay has been promoted to Brexit Secretary from a ministerial role in the Department for Health
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Sky sources: All government whips have been told to cancel any engagements today and return to London as a source close to the whip's office says a no confidence vote in the Prime Minister is "likely"
3 week ago
USAF RC-135V Rivet Joint airborne SIGINT platform on mission
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"I think a good deal for the UK is a good deal for the EU as well," says @theresa_may. #Brexit
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TheresaMay: I do not judge harshly my colleagues - I believe course I have set out is the right one. Brexit
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Brexit As we await UK PM Theresa May's statement, loud shouts of protest can be heard outside Downing Street
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PM to hold a press conference in No 10 at 5pm
3 week ago
Royal Air Force ISR Plane Sentinel R1 ZJ961
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Downing Street says Theresa May still expects to be Prime Minister when the UK leaves the EU
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Brexit Eurosceptic MP Rees-Mogg will submit letter of no confidence in PM May: Telegraph
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Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced that the UK is set to double its number of world-beating F-35 stealth jets after ordering 17 more in a multi-million pound contract signed to see UK own 35 jets by end of 2022.
3 week ago
Pound plunges after resignations from UK government, Labour says May has no authority #BrexitDeal
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UK's Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has quit, says he cannot 'in good conscience' support Brexit draft deal.
Northern Ireland minister Shailesh Vara quits UK government over Brexit
Scotland's Sturgeon says BREXIT draft deal puts Scotland at a "serious competitive disadvantage"
Nicola Sturgeon: Not long off call with PM. She tried to tell Scotland's 'distinctive' interests had been protected. I pointed out that there isn't a single mention of Scotland in the agreement, that it disregards our interests, and puts Scotland at a serious competitive disadvantage.
The Court of Justice of the EU will have jurisdiction to interpret the Withdrawal Agreement. Importantly, any future arbitration body will also be bound by the Court's interpretations of EU law. So, ECJ jurisdiction still alive and well.
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