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UK parliament approves Brexit law forcing Theresa May to consult on delay

May is due to travel to Paris and Berlin on Tuesday to press her request for a short delay, before it is formally discussed by EU leaders at a special summit on Wednesday.

UK parliament's Brexit committee says no-deal cannot be govt policy

"Having taken a wide range of evidence on the implications of a no deal Brexit, the committee is clear that this cannot be allowed to happen," Hilary Benn, chairman of parliament's Brexit committee, said.

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UK lawmakers appeal to EU to help in Facebook probe

The head of Parliament's media committee has appealed to European lawmakers to put questions to Mark Zuckerberg on his behalf when the Facebook chief gives evidence on Tuesday.

Sexual harassment reports rock UK Parliament as scandal spreads

First Secretary of State Damian Green denied a newspaper claim that police had found 'extreme' pornography videos on his computer nine years agoLondon

UK Parliament hit by cyber attack, MPs targeted

"The UK's National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) "is aware of incident and working around the clock with the UK Parliamentary digital security team to understand what has happened and advise on the necessary mitigating actions," a spokesman said.

Despite racism,UK Sikhs proud to be British: Survey

A vast majority of British Sikhs are proud of being born or living in Britain,despite many having experienced racism,according to a new survey presented in the UK Parliament.

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UK Parliament to spend one lakh pounds to refurbish 2 toilets

The work is expected to begin in August and will be completed in about 42 days.

House of Lords votes to outlaw caste discrimination in UK

The government was defeated by 256 to 153.

UK Parliament to seek report on Indian student's murder: Keith Vaz

Anuj Bidve was killed on Dec 26 in a seemingly unprovoked attack in the city of Salford.

UK Parliament debate on Kashmir finds few takers

UK govt has already asserted that it is for India and Pak to resolve the problem bilaterally.

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Dogs owners march on UK parliament demanding new Brexit 'Wooferendum'

Around a thousand dogs and their owners marched on Britain’s parliament on Sunday demanding an end to Brexit via a second vote on the terms of the country’s exit from the European Union

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