Theresa May

Theresa May

Major survey finds Remain would win second Brexit referendum

Britain would vote by a narrow margin to remain in the EU if another referendum were held next week, according to a major UK-wide survey of more than 200,000 people.

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Prime Minister Theresa May faces questions over the Windrush scandal. Picture: Simon Dawson/PA Wire

Theresa May ‘could be accused of racism’ over Windrush scandal

Theresa May could be accused of racism in the wake of the Windrush immigration scandal, a Labour frontbencher has said.

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EU ‘annihilates’ Theresa May’s plan to avoid hard Irish border

The latest proposals by the UK Government to avoid a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic have been comprehensively rejected by the European Union, it has been reported.

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Michael Gove insists UK is liberal and welcoming as Windrush anger grows

Michael Gove insists UK is liberal and welcoming as Windrush anger grows

Michael Gove has insisted that post-Brexit Britain will have a “positive, welcoming, liberal, forward-looking” immigration policy after a former head of the civil service revealed some in government saw ‘hostile environment’ practices to crack down on illegal immigration as “almost reminiscent of Nazi Germany".

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Prime Minister Theresa May. Picture: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

Row continues over responsibility for ‘Windrush’ generation scandal

Theresa May hit back at Labour accusations the government had been “callous and incompetent” towards the so-called “Windrush generation” as she again apologised to those wrongly threatened with deportation.

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Theresa May accuses Russia of cover up and denies following Trump’s lead

Theresa May has hit back at accusations that she ordered military action against Syria on the “whims of the US president”, telling MPs: “We have not done this because President Trump asked us to do so.”

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Theresa May forced to justify Syria strikes after SNP pressure

Theresa May has bowed to intense pressure from the SNP for parliamentary scrutiny of British airstrikes in Syria, with the Prime Minister set to go before the House of Commons this afternoon to justify the UK’s military intervention.

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Theresa May during a press conference in 10 Downing Street, London on the air strikes against Syria. Picture: Simon Dawson/PA Wire

Theresa May: Syria air strikes are a warning to Russia

Air strikes in Syria should act as a warning to Russia over its use of chemical weapons, Theresa May has said.

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Nicola Sturgeon one of most admired figures in UK, poll finds

Nicola Sturgeon is more admired in the UK than the Prime Minister, according to a new poll.

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Tony Blair says ‘more likely’ now Brexit could be stopped

Tony Blair says ‘more likely’ now Brexit could be stopped

Former prime minister Tony Blair said he believed it was “more likely” now that Brexit could be stopped.

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One year till Brexit: Theresa May vows more powers for Scotland

Theresa May has rejected claims Brexit will result in a Westminster power grab, insisting it will mean more powers going to the devolved government in Edinburgh.

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SNP calls for investigation into "shady business" of Vote Leave funding

SNP calls for investigation into "shady business" of Vote Leave funding

The SNP has called for an investigation into the "shady business" behind claims of illegal co-ordination between different groups involved in campaigning for Brexit.

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Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull

Australia joins Britain in expelling Russian diplomats

Australia has become the latest country to expel Russian diplomats in a show of support for Britain over the Salisbury nerve agent attack.

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Theresa May facing claims Brexit campaign broke spending rules

Prime Minister Theresa May faces further pressure over claims the official Brexit campaign broke spending rules when MPs question the government in an emergency debate today.

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A new Greggs branch has opened at Westminster Tube station close to the Houses of Parliament

Greggs opens up a Westminster branch

The smell of steak bakes will soon be wafting through the corridors of power after Greggs opened up a branch near the Houses of Parliament.

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Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May (L) greets European Council President Donald Tusk. Picture: Daniel Leal

EU ambassador to Moscow recalled over Russian nerve agent attack

European Union leaders have promised an “unprecedented” diplomatic response to the Salisbury nerve agent attack after backing Theresa May’s assertion that Russia was to blame.

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EU leaders say ‘highly likely’ Russia carried out nerve agent attack

Theresa May has won the backing of EU leaders over the Salisbury nerve agent attack as they accepted the only “plausible explanation” was that Russia was responsible.

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Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey has been discharged from hospital

Police officer hurt by Russian nerve agent discharged from hospital

The police officer who was exposed to the Novichok nerve agent in Salisbury has been discharged from hospital.

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Edinburgh’s Russian diplomat calls for Boris Johnson to resign

A Russian diplomat has called for Boris Johnson resign after the Foreign Secretary compared Russia’s staging of the World Cup to Hitler hosting the Olympics.

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May told to fix fishing plans or rebels will sink Brexit deal

Theresa May has been warned that her Brexit deal will be voted down in the House of Commons unless she tears up “unacceptable” transition proposals for fishing.

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