Prime Minister Theresa May then called a snap election in an attempt to increase her Conservative Party’s majority in Parliament and strengthen her negotiating hand. But voters did not rally to her call, leaving May atop a weakened minority government.
“There is the clear potential for Brexit to become the occasion of the greatest economic, diplomatic and constitutional muddle in the modern history of the UK, with unknowable consequences for the country, the Government and the Brexit project itself,” Hague wrote in the Daily Telegraph.
Home Secretary Amber Rudd said on Thursday that the government needs “the most accurate picture possible of the extent to which the UK economy uses EU labor.” She has asked an independent group, the Migration Advisory Committee, to conduct the study.
India and the UK have discussed the issues that affect the extradition of fugitives “across the board” and the problems faced due to delays by British authorities in granting visas to Indians, including students.
The election setback has led the government to abandon many pledges May campaigned on, including plans to reform secondary education. The government will now devote its energy towards laws needed to pave way for Brexit due to take place in March 2019.
Two other centres, which are expected to be at HMP Full Sutton near York and at HMP Long Lartin in Worcestershire, are due to open in the coming months and the three centres together will hold up to 28 of the most subversive extremist prisoners.
The Indian community in Birmingham is also mobilising to lobby local councillors and MPs to register their protest against the proposed rally.
Yes Bank claims to have built expertise as a “preferred host country bank” for multinational corporations seeking to do business in India through its pan-India footprint, with over 1,000 branches across India.
Tata Steel has reportedly warned the UK government that failing to close this loophole could make its attempt to set up a new scheme unviable, because it would cost the company another 500 million pounds to 600 million pounds.
Hundreds will descend upon Trafalgar Square today to participate in yoga sessions as well as Indian cultural performances in collaboration with the Mayor of London.
This follows British oil firm losing in an international arbitration tribunal its challenge against India’s I-T department taking coercive action to recover the tax dues.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron, are also determined not to make concessions to Britain that might encourage others to follow.
May, criticised in the first few days after the blaze for failing to meet with victims, says the public inquiry looking into the tragedy will report directly to her.
Theresa May said she and Macron agreed that “more should be done to tackle the terrorist threat online”.
May has shown little public contrition for the electoral gamble that backfired spectacularly but was forced to accept the resignations of her two top aides – reportedly a requirement by cabinet colleagues for allowing her to stay in office.