Prince Philip spotted driving without a seatbelt 48 hours after crash

A Norfolk Constabulary spokeswoman said police were aware of the photos and that “suitable words of advice have been given to the driver.” She added: “This is in line with our standard response when being made aware of, or receiving such images showing this type of offense.” According to Britain’s Press Association, the photographs showed

Brexit crisis latest: UK government survives no-confidence vote

Lawmakers voted 325 to 306 in favor of the government remaining in power, one day after they rejected the Prime Minister’s Brexit deal by 230 votes, in the biggest defeat for any UK government in the modern parliamentary era. In a statement to the nation after the confidence vote, May admitted that “the events of

Brexit vote was humiliating defeat, but May will likely stagger on

Anyone who doubted the degree of chaos in British politics right now should consider this: Many MPs who Wednesday will vote to save May’s government are the same MPs who Tuesday night inflicted the defeat of her Brexit deal which triggered the confidence vote in question. Pro-Brexit Conservative MPs don’t like the prime minister’s deal

Brexit bedlam: May’s EU divorce deal crushed by 230 votes in parliament

LONDON (Reuters) – British lawmakers defeated Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit divorce deal by a crushing margin on Tuesday, triggering political chaos that could lead to a disorderly exit from the EU or even to a reversal of the 2016 decision to leave. After parliament voted 432-202 against her deal, the worst defeat in modern

Brexit vote: Theresa May’s deal defeated by record margin

After 200 speeches across eight days of debate, members of the House of Commons ignored the Prime Minister’s final pleas to support her plan and threw it out by 432 votes to 202. The margin of defeat — greater than the previous record set in 1924 — means the Prime Minister now faces a deep

Brexit vote: Decision day for Theresa May’s deal as UK Parliament holds key vote

They will either vote to support Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal, negotiated with the European Union, and set the country on its final road to leaving the EU on March 29. Or they will vote against it, leaving the UK Parliament, and the country, in the state of limbo it has inhabited for two-and-a-half

The Brexit questions that make your head spin

You’d be forgiven then for struggling to keep up with the flare-ups over Prime Minister Theresa May’s strategy for a deal, the red lines over what each side wants and the countless debates on what the future may look like. CNN correspondents and reporters go back to basics to guide you through everything you need

Post-truth politics is alive and well in Brexit Britain

Brexit is a uniquely peculiar bit of politics that has made the UK a uniquely peculiar place. It’s no secret that the country is bitterly divided over more than whether it should be in or out of the EU. For an issue that was once binary (Leave; Remain), there are now innumerable desired outcomes, none

‘Deeply concerning’: Why the rise in migrants crossing the English Channel?

Their attempts are not unique — the number of migrants attempting to reach the UK by boat has grown over the past several months. The spike over the Christmas period is “deeply concerning,” the UK Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes said. “Some of this is clearly facilitated by organized crime groups, while other attempts appear to

’50-50 chance Brexit won’t happen,’ says senior UK minister

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox, a prominent Brexit supporter, told the Sunday Times that the only way to be “100% certain” Britain will leave the European Union is if ministers back the deal. The UK is scheduled to exit the bloc on March 29 next year. But the road to departure has been a bumpy

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