The hackers who spent the weekend cyber attacking Ecuadorian government websites in protest of the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange have now turned their attention to the United Kingdom. On Monday evening both the Supreme Court of the UK and the
The UK government is to ask for an extension to Article 50 to find a way out of the Brexit impasse. Prime Minister Theresa May said she would work with the opposition to agree a plan to take the Brexit process forward.
The government currently lacks the parliamentary support to hold a third vote on its Brexit deal, Theresa May admitted in a statement to the House of Commons. She said the government would oppose an expected vote to allow MPs a series of indicative votes
A Spanish warship tried to order commercial shipping to leave anchorages in British waters near Gibraltar, but was challenged by the British navy and sailed away, Gibraltar said, the latest example of tension over the strategic port as Brexit approaches.
THE BRITISH people are "not going to be told what to do" by Brussels bureaucrats like European Council President Donald Tusk whose comments on Brexit are symbolic of the European Union's "poisonous mentality", a former aide to Margaret
THE Yellow Vest Movement that has dogged Paris, Amsterdam and EU headquarters in Brussels today bled into Britain as police arrested six in a violent clash at London's Whitehall that saw two officers assaulted.
Britain's Electoral Commission has officially recognised the Brexit Party as an official and legal political party in the United Kingdom, which Brexit leader Nigel Farage has said is a force to fight back against the betrayal of the 2016 referendum.
An African tradition of ironing young girls' breasts to stop development has hit the United Kingdom, a new report shows.So-called "breast-ironing" entails taking hot stones to a girl's chest, as you would an iron, in order to stunt her dev