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Breaking: Decision to suspend UK Parliament was ‘Unlawful’ – Supreme Court

Britain’s Supreme Court on Tuesday ruled “unlawful” a decision by Prime Minister Boris Johnson to suspend parliament in the run-up to Brexit, saying it...

UK advises Nigerians concerning Brexit

British Government has called on Nigerians to look into Brexit as an opportunity of opening its relationship with the rest of the world. The British...

British lawmakers reject Theresa May’s Brexit plan for second time

Britain's attempt to leave the European Union was again thrown into disarray Tuesday after lawmakers rejected for a second time Prime Minister Theresa May’s...

British PM Theresa May faces defeat in historic Brexit deal vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May faces crushing defeat in a historic vote in parliament on Tuesday over the Brexit deal she has struck with...

Theresa May, Tony Blair clash over Brexit deal

An extraordinary public row ensued on Sunday between British Prime Minister Theresa May and former Labour party leader Tony Blair over her Brexit deal. The...

Merkel warns ‘devil is in detail’ on Brexit

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Wednesday there had been progress on Brexit ahead of a crunch summit but warned that the “devil is...

Being born in UK no longer a guarantee of automatic citizenship

British authorities have concluded that 500,000 children born or raised in the UK will henceforth battle to get passports after Brexit.

A tale of two countries – Britain and Nigeria

I have never ceased to wonder why Nigerian leaders are like this. Even within the same party, the incoming leader is not satisfied until he has rubbished the efforts of his predecessors. Nigerian leaders don't seem to realize that leadership / government is a continuum and should be seen as such.

Theresa May might automatically become Britain’s Next Prime minister

It appears that British home secretary Theresa May, who is currently contending for the office of British prime minister, would automatically become the Prime minister as all her contenders have pulled out

Prof. Akinterinwa – Brexit bode negative impact for Nigeria

The director-general of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs (NIIA), Prof. Bola Akinterinwa, said on Friday June 24, 2016 that the decision of Britain...

“Our banks are well positioned to withstand financial shocks” – President...

In a statement released on Friday, 24th June, South African President Jacob Zuma says the country's banks and financial institutions can withstand shocks after Britons voted in favour of quitting the European Union.