Theresa May says Jeremy Corbyn would never have a ‘special relationship’ with the U.S.

Theresa May says Jeremy Corbyn would never have a ‘special relationship’ with the U.S.

In a heated debate in parliament Theresa May says she is ‘pleased’ that she is able to meet President Donald Trump so early in his administration and tells leader of the opposition, Jeremy Corbyn that he would never have such a ‘special relationship’. She also stated that any trade deal agreed with the United States would put British interests and values first. 27 days ago
Nicola Sturgeon accuses UK government of ignoring Scotlands voice on Brexit

Nicola Sturgeon accuses UK government of ignoring Scotlands voice on Brexit

Nicola Sturgeon said she was disappointed the court rejected arguments that Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish devolved assemblies should have a say in Britain leaving the European Union. She said she would bring a motion of consent to Edinburghs devolved assembly and pledged that Scottish National Party (SNP) members of the Westminster parliament would vote against triggering Article 50. 28 days ago
President Trump could sign executive orders to ban refugees, build Mexico wall

President Trump could sign executive orders to ban refugees, build Mexico wall

Keeping the promises made during his election campaign, US President Donald Trump has started signing executive orders in the first week after taking office. He is expected to sign a few more orders on Wednesday (25 January), including his proposed plans of putting a four-month halt on all refugee admissions in the US. 28 days ago
President Donald Trump praises beautiful letter from Barack Obama

President Donald Trump praises beautiful letter from Barack Obama

Speaking at the White House senior staff swearing in on 22 January, President Donald Trump thanked his predecessor President Barack Obama for a letter he left in the Oval Office. Writing a letter to the next president and leaving in the draw of the desk at the Oval Office is a centuries old tradition. 28 days ago
Gina Miller: Article 50 legal case about legal process not politics

Gina Miller: Article 50 legal case about legal process not politics

Gina Miller, who led the legal challenge over who had the right to trigger the UKs departure from the European Union, gave a statement on the ruling outside of the Supreme Court on Tuesday 24 January. The UKs highest court has decided Parliament must vote on whether the Government can start the Brexit process. 29 days ago
Theresa May loses Article 50 ruling and must let MPs vote on Brexit

Theresa May loses Article 50 ruling and must let MPs vote on Brexit

Theresa May will have to ask MPs to vote before she can trigger Article 50, the Supreme Court ruled on 23 January. The government lost their appeal by a majority of 8-3 from the judges, as they were arguing they had the inherited prerogative powers to trigger Article 50 and start the Brexit process without consulting parliament. 29 days ago