As months of fierce debate pause on referendum day and Britons hold their breath for what has been described as a “once-in-a-lifetime” decision, we explain the purpose and mechanics of the vote:
The 41-year-old British woman MP from the opposition Labour Party was today killed after being shot and stabbed.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. In Kerala, today is second day of holy month of Ramadan. Ramadan began across Gulf countries on Monday.
UK Prime Minister David Cameron says that leaving EU would be ‘economic self-harm’ in a in a televised program by Sky News on Thursday.
Nearly 11,000 Tata jobs in the UK are on the line with the current sale process, including 4,000 at the Port Talbot works in south Wales, the UK’s largest.
Trump has suggested a temporary ban on foreign Muslims entering the US “until our country’s representatives can figure out what the hell is going on”.
Cameron criticised Trump in the British parliament over his call for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States, calling him “divisive, stupid and wrong.”
Cameron told the British parliament last year that Trump was “divisive, stupid and wrong” for calling for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the United States.
Monday’s meeting in Hannover, Germany, comes on the final day of Obama’s two-day visit to push for the conclusion of negotiations on a US-Europe trade deal.
Obama, along with First Lady Michelle Obama, will pay tribute to the queen, who turned 90 yesterday
David Cameron sought to underline the difference between illegal tax evasion and legal tax avoidance in his speech at the House of Commons.
Lily Allen participated in a demonstration in London that was called for British Prime Minister David Cameron to step down from his position.
Cameron paid almost 76,000 pounds in tax on an income of more than 200,000 pounds in 2014-15, figures released by the prime minister have shown.
It is unlikely Cameron will leave office over the documents, but the blow to his image could hurt his campaign to persuade Britons to stay in EU.
David Cameron said he sold the stake in the Bahamas-based trust in 2010, four months before he became UK’s prime minister.