U.K. General Election 2017 In Numbers

U.K. General Election 2017 In Numbers

The U.K. went to the polls again on June 8 2017, this time to vote for a new government. But no majority could be gained, here are the key numbers from the results. Jun 9, 2017
Theresa May announces new government with DUP

Theresa May announces new government with DUP

Theresa May has announced she will remain prime minister and lead a government with the assistance of the DUP. Seven weeks after calling the snap election she said: I will lead a government that can provide certainty and lead Britain forward at this critical time for our country. Jun 9, 2017
Jean-Claude Juncker hopes for no further delay in Brexit negotiations following UK election

Jean-Claude Juncker hopes for no further delay in Brexit negotiations following UK election

Jean-Claude Juncker said that he hoped there would be no further delay to Brexit negotiations following a June 8 UK general election that resulted in a hung parliament. Speaking during a press conference on EU defense and security, the President of the European Commission said that as far as the EU was concerned, negotiations could begin tomorrow morning at half past nine. Jun 9, 2017
Jean-Claude Juncker hopes for no further delay in Brexit negotiations following UK election

Jean-Claude Juncker hopes for no further delay in Brexit negotiations following UK election

Jean-Claude Juncker said that he hoped there would be no further delay to Brexit negotiations following a June 8 UK general election that resulted in a hung parliament. Speaking during a press conference on EU defense and security, the President of the European Commission said that as far as the EU was concerned, negotiations could begin tomorrow morning at half past nine. Jun 9, 2017
Paul Nuttall resigns as Ukip leader

Paul Nuttall resigns as Ukip leader

Ukip failed to win any seats in the general election, with Nuttall himself coming third in Boston and Skegness, one of the most pro-Brexit constituencies in the country. Jun 9, 2017
Police cant rule out terrorism after truck hits police officers

Police don't rule out terrorism after truck hits police officers

Two bicycle patrol officers and a public employee were injured when a speeding white truck ran them over in Washington DC. The driver and a passenger of the vehicle were arrested, and police stated that terrorism could not be ruled out as a motive. Two of the victims are in stable condition, while the injuries of the third are critical. Jun 9, 2017