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UK arms sales to Israel UK continued arms sales to Israel during Gaza massacres last year: report

The UK sold arms worth USD 18 million from March 30, 2018 till the end of the year, according to a report by Campaign Against Arms Trade

Thousands protest in UK demanding more funds for special education programs

According to reports, the austerity-driven Tory government has made massive fund cuts in the provisions for disabled children in education and medical care.

Theresa May set to resign amidst Brexit deadlock

May’s three year term heading the British government was almost entirely spent in negotiating and renegotiating United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union, which eventually failed

Massive rally seeks people’s vote on Brexit

Over a million people marched on March 23 in London, with many of them demanding a second referendum. Other sections of the left pointed out that the government must respect the mandate of the 2016 referendum and regain the sovereignty of the country

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

British govt. workers seek a minimum wage, strike work

The workers were employed in the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)

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

Ahead of Brexit vote, thousands march demanding Theresa May’s resignation

The protesters, many of whom were clad in yellow vests, marched under the banner ‘Britain is Broken.’ They demanded the conduct of general elections and called on working people to play an active role in resolving the crisis

Theresa May survives confidence vote but tough times await UK

There seem to be no easy answers to the question of Brexit as May’s proposal is reviled by all

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