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Climate change activists hose 'fake blood' at UK Treasury from fire engine

03 Oct 2019

LONDON Climate change activists used a fire engine to hose a red liquid at the facade of the British finance ministry on Thursday in an attempt to draw attention to what they said was the government's failure to avert a looming climate cataclysm. | Video

Johnson flies back to face UK parliament as Brexit chaos deepens

25 Sep 2019

LONDON, Sept 25 A defiant Prime Minister Boris Johnson was flying home early on Wednesday after the Supreme Court ruled he had unlawfully suspended parliament, with no end in sight to Britain's deep political crisis over Brexit.

Court rules Johnson suspended parliament unlawfully, PM defiant

25 Sep 2019

LONDON The UK Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Boris Johnson's decision to shut down parliament in the run-up to Brexit was unlawful, but a defiant prime minister said he disagreed and vowed that Britain would leave the EU by Oct. 31, come what may. | Video

Oberste Richter holen Unterhaus aus Zwangspause - Schlappe für Johnson

24 Sep 2019

London/New York Herbe Schlappe für Boris Johnson: Das oberste britische Gericht hat den vom Premierminister verhängten Zwangsurlaub für das Parlament gekippt.

Court ruling could throw Johnson's Brexit plan into more disarray

24 Sep 2019

LONDON The UK Supreme Court will say on Tuesday whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully when he suspended parliament just weeks before Brexit, a ruling that may further complicate his plans to lead his country out of the European Union next month.

Court ruling could throw Johnson's Brexit plan into more disarray

24 Sep 2019

LONDON, Sept 24 The UK Supreme Court will say on Tuesday whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully when he suspended parliament just weeks before Brexit, a ruling that may further complicate his plans to lead his country out of the European Union next month.

UK Supreme Court to rule next week on PM Johnson's suspension of parliament

19 Sep 2019

LONDON Britain's Supreme Court aims to deliver its ruling early next week on whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully when he suspended parliament for five weeks in the run-up to Brexit, the president of the court said on Thursday.

UK Supreme Court to finish hearing case against PM Johnson

19 Sep 2019

LONDON, Sept 19 Britain's Supreme Court will hear a third and final day of legal arguments on Thursday over whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson acted unlawfully when he suspended parliament in the run-up to Brexit.

China will not 'sit on its hands' if Hong Kong protests intensify, says UK ambassador

16 Aug 2019

LONDON China will use its power to quell Hong Kong protests if the situation deteriorates further after some protesters have shown signs of terrorism, China's ambassador to London said on Thursday.

China will not 'sit on its hands' if Hong Kong protests intensify, says UK ambassador

15 Aug 2019

LONDON China will use its power to quell Hong Kong protests if the situation deteriorates further after some protesters have shown signs of terrorism, China's ambassador to London said on Thursday.

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