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Going nowhere fast

Going nowhere fast

How a third-party mediator could break the UK’s parliamentary impasse on Brexit

UK Prince Philip, 97, recovers after...

UK Prince Philip, 97, recovers after...

Europe

Fri, Jan 18 2019

Philip was unhurt, although shaken. The other driver, a 28-year-old woman, suffered cuts to her knee...

Don’t they deserve compensation?

Don’t they deserve compensation?

Shahriar Bin Wares

Wed, Jan 16 2019

What tort law has to say about tragic accidents

UK's May says parliament blocking Brexit...

UK's May says parliament blocking Brexit...

Europe

Mon, Jan 14 2019

Parliament is deadlocked over how to proceed with Brexit

Assets worth $1 trillion to shift from...

Assets worth $1 trillion to shift from...

Business

Mon, Jan 7 2019

Britain, which is due to leave the bloc in March, has yet to approve a deal to avoid an abrupt severing...

UK wants to see a fair and inclusive...

UK wants to see a fair and inclusive...

Foreign Affairs

Sat, Dec 29 2018

Spontaneous participation of the voters during the polls must be ensured, says the British envoy

UK PM to warn against 'damage' of second...

UK PM to warn against 'damage' of second...

World

Mon, Dec 17 2018

Britain voted to leave the European Union in a referendum in 2016 and is set to leave on March 29 next...

Theresa May pledges to quit by 2022...

Theresa May pledges to quit by 2022...

World

Thu, Dec 13 2018

Her announcement comes during a closed meeting with her lawmakers before they were due to decide her...

UK PM faces fight for her political...

UK PM faces fight for her political...

World

Mon, Dec 10 2018

The beleaguered leader's splintered government appears to be facing a heavy defeat in parliament...

Gathering momentum

Gathering momentum

Muhammad Zamir

Sat, Dec 8 2018

There is a lot of anxiety surrounding Brexit negotiations

UK says no-deal Brexit would jeopardize...

UK says no-deal Brexit would jeopardize...

World

Thu, Nov 29 2018

Britain, along with France, is one of Europe’s biggest military powers and hoped that security...

The prolonged torture that is...

The prolonged torture that is...

John Lloyd

Mon, Nov 19 2018

The UK is being shredded bit by bit

The hate will be televised

The hate will be televised

Azeem Ibrahim

Thu, Oct 25 2018

How the media helps perpetuate radical preachers such as Anjem Choudary

Brexit: What happens next?

Brexit: What happens next?

Europe

Fri, Oct 19 2018

Here is an outline of what could happen next

UK announces broad support for...

UK announces broad support for...

South Asia

Tue, Oct 9 2018

WFP urgently needs $66mn to provide assistance till March 2019

Nixon and Mountbatten were worse

Nixon and Mountbatten were worse

Niaz Alam

Fri, Sep 28 2018

Trump is not even Bush league

An imperfect UN is still the world’s...

An imperfect UN is still the world’s...

Peter Apps

Wed, Sep 26 2018

The UN of today is a far cry from the vision of its founders

UK businesses to help Bangladesh achieve...

UK businesses to help Bangladesh achieve...

Business

Sun, Sep 23 2018

The growth of UK businesses would help the country achieve its Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), Chairman...

A well-deserved sense of injustice

A well-deserved sense of injustice

Opinion

Wed, Sep 19 2018

The horrors endured by the Rohingya should not be turned into fuel for extremist agendas

Is Iran pursuing the breakup of the...

Is Iran pursuing the breakup of the...

Azeem Ibrahim

Sun, Sep 9 2018

Fomenting dissent in other nations is the new normal in geo-political conduct

A Kafkaesque process

A Kafkaesque process

Rahad Abir

Sat, Sep 8 2018

Why does the process of visiting other developed countries have to be so frustrating?