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Rights groups, opposition parties in the UK oppose bill claiming it provides amnesty to war crimes

The controversial Overseas Operations Bill will provide partial amnesty to soldiers if the case is filed after five years from the date of the crime or if the investigation is not completed within five years

UK results Conservative Party wins comfortable majority in the UK elections

The vote, which saw the worst performance of the Labour Party since 1934, is widely seen as a vote for Brexit

Boris Johnson elections British parliament to vote on snap polls for fourth time today

On Monday, the House of Commons approved a government motion for fresh elections but not by the necessary two-thirds majority. Tuesday’s vote will see the same proposal moved as a bill under another provision that requires only a simple majority

Beaten and bewildered, Boris pushes for another election

Following yet another defeat in parliament on October 22, Boris Johnson has said he will wait for the EU decision on the extension of the Brexit deadline. He is also contemplating calling fresh elections

British parliament begins session on Brexit deal British parliament begins session on Brexit deal

The Boris Johnson government requires the support of 321 MPs to pass the deal but is struggling to get the required support. If the deal is rejected, an extension of the Brexit deadline will be sought

Boris Brexit Is a third Tory PM’s career in line to be sacrificed for Brexit?

With the parliament limiting a no-deal Brexit and thrice rejecting the government’s demand for a snap election, Boris Johnson, who has lost the parliamentary majority, is left effectively stranded.

As Brexit mess deepens, there are no easy answers in sight

With less than a month-and-a-half left for the deadline, the stalemate in parliament continues even as various stakeholders prepare for a disruptive exit of Britain from the European Union

Post decisive Brexit verdict, a vote of confidence that could go either way

Theresa May is banking on the fact that the MPs who voted against the deal will nonetheless support her as they would like to avoid an election

As historic defeat looms over Brexit, Theresa May scrambles to reduce margin

The first vote on the Withdrawal Agreement negotiated by prime minister Theresa May is likely to see her government lose by a massive margin. It may even lead to a no-confidence vote against May

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