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French President Hollande to Ask UK PM May to Start Brexit Talks Soon

French President Francois Hollande has revealed that he will ask Theresa May to start Brexit talks quickly when both the leaders meet later on Thursday at a working dinner at the Élysée Palace, a day after May met with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin. The French

PM May Tells Cabinet to ‘Get On With the Job’

In a meeting with her new Cabinet, UK Prime Minister Theresa May stressed that it must "get to it and get on with the job" as the top team gathered for its first meeting in No 10. During a 90-minute discussion, Mrs. May revealed that she would be taking control of three new high-level committees to

Thousands March in London against Brexit

Tens of thousands of people have begun a march in London to protest against the vote to leave the EU. Organizers plan to go from Park Lane through Pall Mall and Whitehall to Parliament Square. Comedian Mark Thomas organized the ‘The March For Europe’ demonstration through social media, where he

Corbyn Anticipated to Face Leadership Challenge Soon

Labour MPs are anticipated to announce a challenge to Jeremy Corbyn's leadership after a three-quarters of the parliamentary party voted on a motion of no confidence against him. Analysts predict that two possible candidates who could fight for the leadership include deputy leader, Tom Watson, and

Farron Says Liberal Democrats to Fight Election to Stop Brexit

The leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron, has announced that he will be fighting the next general election, which he claims “could be very soon”, on a pledge to stop Brexit. He stressed that the voters deserve another chance to rethink their decision now the EU debate has moved from

Mayor Khan Urges Police to be on Lookout for Post-Referendum Hate Crimes

The mayor of Britain's largest city, London, has urged the police to be on the lookout for any rise in hate crime following the referendum result. According to the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, he has requested Scotland Yard to be "extra vigilant" after a number of incidents were reported in the

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon cautioned whoever succeeds David Cameron as Prime Minister that it would be "unacceptable" for Westminster to veto a second referendum on independence in the wake of the UK's Brexit vote. According to Ms Sturgeon, Scotland "overwhelmingly" voted to stay a part

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