Map. History of UK conflict

19 January 2018

events

Updated
tweet us @lumworldHide Advertising
French President Emmanuel Macron says the UK and France have signed a treaty to improve the management of their common border and to deal with migrants more humanely
Macron and May sign treaty to deal with migrants in Calais14 hour ago
Macron and May sign treaty to deal with migrants in Calais
British PM Theresa May welcomes French President Emmanuel Macron for high-profile summit at Sandhurst, that is expected to focus on migration and Brexit
The Heads of the 5 intelligence agencies (MI6, MI5, GCHQ, DGSE, DGSI) also meeting at Sandhurst
Macron and May due to arrive at @RMASandhurst imminently. French and British ministers waiting
20 hour ago
Attorney General Jeremy Wright has announced there will be no new inquest into the death of Stuart Lubbock who was found dead in the pool of the home of entertainer Michael Barrymore in 2001
20 hour ago
USAF B52 60-0005 BARON41 departed Fairford at 1052z - Baltic mission
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is cagey about whether he'll preside over the inauguration of the new U.S. embassy in London next week
23 hour ago
European Union (Withdrawal) Bill passes to the House of Lords
23 hour ago
Canadian trade negotiator warns UK/EU trade deal unlikely to go much deeper than CETA
Irish Taoiseach says there can be no 'backsliding' on Irish border Brexit agreement
Britain says it would pay an extra £44.5 million to boost security around Calais after a demand for more money from French President Emmanuel Macron
The UK government announces it will deploy 3 @RoyalAirForce Chinook helicopters to Mali in support of France's Operation BARKHANE, which aims to combat extremist groups in the Sahel region of Africa
Facebook to look again for evidence of Russian meddling in Brexit
MPs have approved the European Union Withdrawal Bill by 324 to 295 after a vote in the House of Commons
Irish PM denies that the EU is conspiring to reverse the Brexit vote, but says a second referendum would not be "anti-democratic"
Bayeux Tapestry loan 'very significant': British PM
"The Government is not running Carillion the Government is actually a customer of Carillion" says @Theresa May after being told she should take responsibility for the company's collapse
25-year-old Liverpool footballer Jon Flanagan has been sentenced to 40 hours of unpaid work and a 12-month community order for assaulting his girlfriend Rachael Wall
[email protected]: I have no desire to see any borders in Ireland, or between Northern Ireland and the UK, we'll do everything we can to prevent that, N. Ireland shouldn't have to choose between prioritising trade with the UK or EU, special arrangements are possible
Varadkar: fundamnetally what we have have to move away from is any idea that any country can have a relationship that involves taking all the benefits and none of the responsibilites and obligations. That's the fundamental thing we need to insist on
Taoiseach @campaignforleo: I will absolutely fight hard to ensure we can have as close as possible partnership and relationship between UK-EU it's in Ireland's, British people and EU's interest
European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has told the European Parliament in Strasbourg he would like the UK to rejoin the European Union after Brexit
Farage to Vardakar: "You're prepared to put your devotion to the European project above the interests of Irish farmers."
USAF B52s 61-0005 and 60-0012 BARON31 flight departed Fairford at 1013z - Baltic mission1 day ago
USAF B52s 61-0005 and 60-0012 BARON31 flight departed Fairford at 1013z - Baltic mission
Irish PM explains what many in EU tend to forget. "In a global context we are a Union of small countries." Explains that if EU member states give in to Nationalism they will give up even more influence in the world. He makes strong, measured case for EU in front of EP
EP Brexit coordinator @guyverhofstadt tells @campaignforleo EU will be behind him in Brexit negotiations says "in these negotiations we are all Irish"
Juncker: (Good Friday Agreement) peace can be fragile, I see no more important use of our new budget than guaranteeing and financing the peace process in Ireland, this is an unconditional European commitment
Juncker: the commission and Irish government worked tirelessly and side by side to reach the sufficient progress needed to move onto the next phase of the Brexit talks, this partnership will continue and grow stronger
"When it comes to Ireland, we are all for one and one for all" says @JunckerEU in debate with irish @RealTaoiseach