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Police: Incident at Southgate tube station / Enquires are ongoing to establish the cause of the reported explosion, which appears to have been minor / We are not aware of any serious injury
3 месяц назад
"Minor explosion" reported at Southgate Tube station London: a small number of people have been treated at the scene
UK police say investigating cause of "minor explosion" at Southgate Underground Station in North London
@jensstoltenberg travels to London on 20-21 June to meet PM @theresa_may, Foreign Secretary @BorisJohnson and Defence Secretary @GavinWilliamson
Home Secretary Sajid Javid tells House of Commons there will be a review of cannabis for medicinal use, but said that the ban on recreational use of the drug will continue
Home Secretary Sajid Javid says a licence is being issued "today" for Alfie Dingley who has a rare form of epilepsy to receive cannabis-based drugs
Setting up new showdown, Britain's May rejects Brexit proposal
Irish Health Minister urged to introduce duty of candour in medical negligence cases
A former soldier is to be charged over the death of a 23-year-old man in County Tyrone in February 1988 after a review by Northern Ireland's Public Prosecution Service
Britain could access but not develop European GPS, Barnier says
There are no plans to legalise or decriminalise cannabis - Theresa May's spokesman
Theresa May's warring Brexit tribes hold a peace summit in a coffee shop
Dutch appeals judges dismiss bid to take Brexit case to European court
E.ON's price rise would result in a 6.2% increase for electricity-only customers and 3.3% for gas-only customers
E.ON has announced an increase to its standard variable electricity and gas prices by an average of 4.8% for customers taking both fuels
@MichelBarnier says will need "a common commitment to human rights and confidence that the other party will respect them." A little extraordinary.Let's be clear: we're talking about the UK here. Confirms EU demands UK commit to stay inside ECHR
"This does not mean that we cannot work together on extradition. We are ready to build on the existing Council of Europe conventionfor instance, we could envisage streamlining the procedure, facilitating processes, introducing time-limits." says Barnier
: 4 pillars for internal security partnership: 1)effective exchange of info; 2) operational cooperation between law enforcement authorities; 3)judicial cooperation in criminal matters; 4) measures against money laundering and terrorist financing
- on the European arrest warrant: "The UK is not ready to accept free mov of people, the jurisdiction of the ECJ and the Charter of Fundamental Rights. This means that the U.K. cannot take part in the EAW."
"[Our proposal] reflects the guidance established by the 27 Heads of State and government and the resolution of the @Europarl_EN. It is ambitious while respecting the privileged relationship that we have created with our Schengen partners."
"After Brexit, it is clear that we will need to cooperate strongly with the UK in these areas. But, we will need to cooperate on a different basis. That is a challenge in itself."
"The UK has decided to leave the EUIt will be a third country outside Schengen and outside the EU's legal order. This is a fact. Facts have consequences."
UK can't guide strategic direction of EU internal security agencies. UK representatives will no longer take part in meetings of Eurojust and Europol boards, says @MichelBarnier
Government defeated in the House of Lords over "meaningful vote" amendment
EU says Brexit security deal contingent on UK membership of European Court of Human Rights
EU Brexit negotiator @MichelBarnier: As UK will not accept freedom of movement, Charter of Fundamental Rights and ECJ, UK cannot take part in the European Arrest Warrantbut UK and EU can work together on extradition
No quarter from @MichelBarnier on internal security post-Brexit cooperation. UK needs "more realism on what is possible and what is not." Need channels of info exchange but not U.K. "access to EU only and Schengen only databases."
I don't want to collapse May's government, pro-EU MP Grieve says
Prime Minister Theresa May says the increase in health spending will be funded "in a responsible way" and has described the NHS as a "great national institution" that should remain in public hands forever
Prime Minister Theresa May's spokesman says there was broad support in Cabinet for the increase in health spending and the finance minister will set out more details of its funding later in the year
Downing Street says legislation to ban upskirting is to be adopted as a Government bill with a second reading in the House of Commons before the summer break in July
May's Brexit plans set for Lords defeat, teeing up showdown
Three people have died after being hit by a train at Loughborough Junction station, near Brixton, in south London, reason why they were on the tracks is unknown at this point in time.
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Three people have died after being hit by a train Loughborough Junction in South London
Britain's Johnson says 'Brexit dividend' part of health funding
David Lidington: UK seeking "closest possible co-operation agreement" with EU on security after Brexit
Theresa May pledges £20 billion extra for NHS England after Brexit
The Times: EU blocks aviation regulators from preparing for "no-deal" Brexit
RTE: UK backstop proposals unacceptable to EU Task Force
The Telegraph: Brexiteers demand May guarantees no divorce payment in event of no trade deal
UK, France should press Thai PM on rights, to end military rule: group
Александр Хуг, первый заместитель Главы Специальной мониторинговой миссии ОБСЕ в Украине завтра выступит в Лондоне, относительно ситуации в области безопасности и соблюдения прав человека в Украине
Ryanair has called for restrictions on alcohol sales at airports after a flight from Dublin to Ibiza was forced to land in Paris due to "disruptive" passengers
UK economy to grow at slowest pace since 2009 - BCC
Theresa May is cornered by her Brexit enemies