Malaysians return from Pyongyang after release of Kim Jong-nams body to North Korea

Malaysians return from Pyongyang after release of Kim Jong-nams body to North Korea

Nine Malaysian nationals, who were detained in North Korea over a diplomatic row between the two neighbours following the killing of Kim Jong-nam, have returned home to their families on Friday (31 March). Malaysian authorities secured their release after agreeing to send Kims body to North Korea as demanded by Pyongyang. The nine Malaysians were received by Foreign Minister Anifah Anan and their eager family members at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport early on Friday. Mar 31, 2017
Angela Merkel aiming to cushion Brexit impact on Germans in UK

Angela Merkel aiming to cushion Brexit impact on Germans in UK

Germanys Merkel says she is relying on fair Brexit negotiations and calls for all sides to protect the everyday lives of EU citizens living in Great Britain.Germanys Chancellor Angela Merkel says she is relying on fair Brexit negotiations and calls for all sides to protect the everyday lives of EU citizens living in Great Britain. Mar 30, 2017
French election 2017: What you need to know

French election 2017: What you need to know

The French elections will take place across April and May with two rounds, and they are the biggest test for Europe since the British Referendum of June 2016. Will there be a liberal insurgency or a far-right takeover?  Mar 30, 2017
Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffith urges Theresa May to get down to work

Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffith urges Theresa May to get down to work

Labours Shadow Secretary of State for Defence as told IBTimes UK that Thresay May need to get down to work and that there is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding Brexit. The UK has officially triggered Article 50 as Sir Tim Barrow, the British Ambassador to the EU, handed Donald Tusk a letter signed by Theresa May signalling the UKs desire to begin formal divorce proceedings. Mar 29, 2017
Lord Michael Heseltine: Brexit spits in the wind of every Conservative prime minister

Lord Michael Heseltine: Brexit spits in the wind of every Conservative prime minister

Speaking to IBTimes UK on 29 March, the day Article 50 was officially triggered, Conservative politician Lord Michael Heseltine said that Brexit was a serious diminish in British power and influence. Sir Tim Barrow, the British Ambassador to the EU, handed Donald Tusk a letter signed by May signalling the UKs desire to begin formal divorce proceedings. Mar 29, 2017
Ukip Deputy Leader Peter Whittle: Weve got an incredibly bright future

Ukip Deputy Leader Peter Whittle: Weve got an incredibly bright future

Speaking to IBTimes UK on 29 March, or Brexit day, Ukip Deputy Leader Peter Whittle said that his party will continue strong, despite achieving their primary purpose with the UK formally triggering Article 50 and leaving the EU. Whittle went on to say that, not only will Ukip keep pressure on the EU negotiations, but the right-wing party will concentrate on topics like immigration, radical Islam and the foreign aid budget. Mar 29, 2017