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British PM Johnson to meet Ireland's Varadkar over Brexit: report

British PM Johnson to meet Ireland's Varadkar over Brexit: report

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has accepted an offer to meet Irish leader Leo Varadkar to discuss Brexit and the Northern Irish backstop, the Sunday Telegraph said citing UK government sources.

Amir congratulates new British PM

Amir congratulates new British PM

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani sent on Tuesday a cable of congratulations to Boris Johnson on his election as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom ...

British PM May's top lawyer heads to Brussels in last-ditch Brexit bid

British PM May's top lawyer heads to Brussels in last-ditch Brexit bid

Prime Minister Theresa May's top government lawyer heads to Brussels on Tuesday, a last-ditch bid to secure changes to a Brexit deal needed to get the agreement through parliament ...

British PM May tries to break Brexit deadlock by winning more EU concessions

British PM May tries to break Brexit deadlock by winning more EU concessions

British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday will try to crack the deadlock over Brexit by setting out proposals in parliament that are expected to focus on winning more concessions from the European Union.

London elections set to leave British PM May down, but not out

London elections set to leave British PM May down, but not out

Voters in London are expected to punish Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party at local government elections this week which could embolden critics of her Brexit strategy ...

British PM faces vote test in parliament over government plan

British PM faces vote test in parliament over government plan

British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a test of her authority on Thursday when parliament votes on her policy programme, watered down after an election setback and growing pressure over her Brexit ...

Shia militia sets deadline to unravel Yemen crisis

Shia militia sets deadline to unravel Yemen crisis

The announcement was loudly applauded by thousands who took part in the forum, including tribal chiefs and officers in military uniform.