Brexit

New Brexit vote proposals raised as May's plans stall

Beleaguered British leader challenged by Labour Party leader Corbyn who suggests the possibility of a second referendum.

Human Rights

Leading Palestinian activist wins payout after terror blacklist

Majed Al-Zeer was removed from World-Check’s 'terrorism' category and paid $13,000 in damages plus legal fees.

Leading Palestinian activist wins payout after terror blacklist

United Kingdom

Brexit: All the latest updates

With just 68 days until Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May is attempting to get her deal approved by MPs.

Brexit: All the latest updates

Brexit

Fears of 'Windrush-type scandal' as EU citizen registration opens

The 3.5m Europeans in Britain can now apply for settled status, but observers warn of serious pitfalls in the system.

Fears of 'Windrush-type scandal' as EU citizen registration opens

Brexit

May to present Brexit plan B after humiliating defeat

As the UK heads towards Brexit, prime minister to attempt getting her deal approved by MPs again.

Brexit: After humiliating defeat, Theresa May to present plan B

Brexit

Brexit: Trouble in paradise for Britain's overseas territories?

Some 250,000 Britons live in 14 territories, with many reporting fear and confusion as the Brexit deadline nears.

Brexit: Trouble in paradise for Britain's overseas territories?

Counting the Cost

What's the economic toll of Britain's Brexit chaos?

After the rejection of May's Brexit deal, we ask if Britain can avoid crashing out of the European Union without a deal.

Europe

'Suffering and smiling': Slow death of a street market

Ridley Road Market encapsulates East London's rich history of diversity but can it survive austerity and gentrification?

Ridley Road: The slow death of an East London street market

Brexit

France launches $57m plan for no-deal Brexit

France's contingency plan looks after 'interests of our citizens', says PM Philippe.

France launches $57m plan for no-deal Brexit

Brexit

May searching for Brexit 'plan B' by reaching out to opposition

Brexit date is hurtling closer while Labour and Conservative politicians play out a domestic political drama.

May searching for Brexit 'plan B' by reaching out to opposition

Brexit

May survived. What happens next?

Brexit date is hurtling closer while Labour and Conservative politicians play out a domestic political drama.

May survived. What happens next?

Brexit

British PM Theresa May survives no-confidence vote

Prime Minister May invites all opposition leaders for Brexit talks after narrowly escaping defeat with 325-306 margin.

British PM Theresa May survives no-confidence vote

Brexit

Britain's Brexit leader: How will history judge Theresa May?

With 72 days until Britain quits the EU, the prime minister is under pressure but remains stubborn in face of criticism.

Britain's Brexit leader: How will history judge Theresa May?

Europe

Brexit: UK parliament disappoints some voters in Derby

Back in 2016, 57 percent of people here voted to leave, opinion now about the country’s future is still divided.

Opinion

Brexit Britain sends out a 'Mayday'

After the defeat of May's deal, our only real option is to put the matter back to the British public with a referendum.

Nick Dearden

by Nick Dearden

Nick Dearden