The UK Supreme Court’s ruling against a future referendum might appear to have snuffed out hopes of Scottish independence. But there may be hope yet for the Scots.
As a result of political tension with the European Union, the two countries are set to sign an agreement to cooperate on scientific research.
Northern Ireland has been without a functioning devolved government since February when the pro-British Democratic Unionist Party began a boycott of the regional assembly in protest at post-Brexit trading arrangements.
If no agreement is reached by Friday, London will be legally required to call early elections for the devolved assembly in the volatile province.
It is up for question over whether the upcoming King Charles III can fill in Queen’s shoes – as the 96-year-old monarch has left a historical legacy.
“This is a situation that is being caused by a lack of resources at the border and that is what the French authorities need to address and that is what I am being very clear about,” said UK's top diplomat Truss.
EU challenges a British government bid to scrap parts of post-Brexit trade arrangements in Northern Ireland.
Boris Johnson has resigned as prime minister of the United Kingdom after a series of scandals that resulted in a revolt from within. So what next for the UK until the future of the government becomes clear?
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has unveiled the “Building a New Scotland” papers, arguing for the country's independence from the UK.
British PM Boris Johnson has won the backing of a majority of Tory MPs but his critics say that the rebellion, the largest of any sitting prime minister, has weakened his rule.
Johnson wins backing of 211 out of 359 Conservative lawmakers, more than simple majority needed to remain in power, but still sees a significant rebellion of 148 MPs.
EU's envoy to Britain said the bloc was ready to restart talks on the protocol after a pause for the elections but would not overhaul the arrangement that is central to post-Brexit trading rules.
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