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26 June, 2017 1:15 PM Mays Tories strikes 1 bn pound power deal with N Irelands

London, Jun 26 (PTI) British Prime Minister Theresa Mays Conservative party today struck a power deal with Northern Irelands Democratic Unionist Party for her minority government by agreeing to provide an extra one billion pound for the development of the province, ending the two week-long political uncertainty. The two parties had been locked in talks 12

26 June, 2017 1:15 PM May’s Tories strikes 1 bn pound power deal with N Ireland’s DUP

British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative party today struck a power deal with Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) by agreeing to provide a 1.0 billion pound fund for the development of Northern Ireland in return for the support of the province’s biggest party. The two parties had been locked in talks since the June 8 general election threw up a hung Parliament 28

26 June, 2017 11:09 AM UK PM Theresa May secures majority by striking deal with DUP

“Today we have reached an agreement with the Conservative Party on support for government in parliament,” DUP leader Arlene Foster said in Downing Street. Ms. May struck a deal with the DUP on Monday to back her administration after she failed to secure an outright victory in the June 8 snap election. The Conservatives have 317 seats in the 650-seat 15

25 June, 2017 4:58 AM United Kingdom to maintain duty-free access for developing countries after Brexit

London: Britain said it will maintain duty-free access to its markets once it has left the European Union for goods from nearly 50 developing countries including Bangladesh, Sierra Leone and Haiti. The government said around 48 countries would continue to benefit from tariff-free exports on all goods other than arms and ammunition to the UK and that once it had left the EU in 2019 it would 33

17 June, 2017 5:20 PM London fire blaze likely killed at least 58 people: Police

Generate Enquiries for your Business by Listing on LONDON: At least 58 people were likely killed in a fire which engulfed a London tower block earlier this week, police said on Saturday. "Sadly at this time, there are 58 people who we have been told were in Grenfell Tower on the night that are missing and therefore sadly I have to assume 32

14 June, 2017 8:04 PM Indian-Origin Leo Varadkar Elected Ireland's Prime Minister

Despite inheriting Europe's fastest-growing economy, Leo Varadkar will face immediate challenges in the shape of neighbouring Britain's exit from the European Union. Dublin: Leo Varadkar was elected Irish Prime Minister on Wednesday, making the 38-year-old son of an Indian immigrant the first gay premier of the once-staunchly Catholic country and the youngest 30

13 June, 2017 11:33 PM Emmanuel Macron Says 'Door Always Open' For UK To Stay In European Union

British Prime Minister Theresa May and French President Emmanuel Macron also announced a joint action plan to tackle online extremism. Paris, France: French President Emmanuel Macron said Tuesday the door was "always open" for Britain to remain in the EU after Prime Minister Theresa May said Brexit talks would begin next week. "Of course the door is always 41

13 June, 2017 8:41 PM DUP deal talks productive, says May

French President Emmanuel Macron with British Prime Minister Theresa May in Paris on Tuesday. (Reuters) Paris, June 13 (Reuters): British Prime Minister Theresa May today said talks with Northern Ireland's DUP about a deal to support her minority government had been "productive", and confirmed that Brexit negotiations would begin next week. May met Northern 20

12 June, 2017 6:25 PM UK Parliament opening delayed as talks on government formation continue

UK Parliament opening is facing a delay as PM Theresa May is yet to secure the Democratic Unionist Party’s support to form a minority government London: The formal State opening of British Parliament by Queen Elizabeth II is set to be delayed by a “few days” from the planned date of 19 June as embattled Prime Minister Teresa May struggled to form a minority 43

11 June, 2017 4:52 AM Author Eats His Book On Live TV After Losing Bet On UK Polls

He had to eat more than just his words Mathew Goodwin has his mouth full. On Saturday, the professor and author of Brexit: Why Britain voted to leave European Union was forced to eat the same book on live TV. On May 28, the University of Kent professor, in a tweet, had bet that he would eat his book if Jeremy Corbyn's Labour Party got 38 per cent votes 27