Brexit is roiling Britain. Prince Andrew has been accused by a woman of abusing her as a teenager in Jeffrey Epstein’s child sex-exploitation network. Yet the British tabloids are obsessed by another royal: Meghan Markle,
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will ask parliament to back any Brexit deal that he secures from the European Union within 24 hours of the European summit next week, the Times reported on Saturday.
Could Boris Johnson conclude that it was in his interests to go for a Final Say vote? Listen to what he says and that would seem impossible. The prime minister is determined to leave the EU
This week has seen a dramatic escalation of police violence in Hong Kong. While Britain remains endlessly distracted by Brexit, the rest of the world was watching its former colony
Britain is willing to negotiate the details of its last ditch Brexit offer to the European Union but it is now up to the bloc to be creative and flexible to avoid a disorderly departure on Oct.31,
Boris Johnson has been prime minister for 66 days. He needs to stay in 10 Downing Street until 20 November to avoid being the shortest serving prime minister ever
The European Union rejected a British government request to allow Brexit talks to run through weekend, The Times newspaper reported bit on Saturday.
Harry, 35, extended his campaign against the tabloids with fresh action after suing another newspaper for alleged invasion of privacy.
Is Meghan Markle running for parliament? Is she going to be placed in charge of the BBC? Are the board of Tesco thinking about making her their new CEO? No. Even if any of these