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Prince Harry: The monarchy needs to be upgraded British Royal Family United Kingdom 

Prince Harry: The monarchy needs to be upgraded

Prince Harry says the British monarchy needs to be upgraded to meet the 21st century. Century digital era. II. Queen Elizabeth’s granddaughter reveals in her Sunday interview that she had made that she had time to turn her back to the royal family.     The 32-year-old Prince, who is fifth in the British throne lineup, states that with his brother Vilmos,... Read More
Hacking the British Parliament for it United Kingdom 

Hacking the British Parliament for it

Hacking the British Parliament on Saturday, cybercriminals wanted access to the legislature’s email system – politicians and officials reported. Chris Rennard, a member of the House of Lords of the British Parliament’s Upper House, was the first to call attention to the events in his Twitter message: “a cyber attack has hit Westminster, parliamentary email accounts are not remotely accessible,... Read More
London Fire – Hundreds of London homes moved out of the cabinet due to fire safety concerns United Kingdom 

London Fire – Hundreds of London homes moved out of the cabinet due to fire safety concerns

 Hundreds of homes were moved to Saturday night in the Camden District of North London after it became apparent that they had their residential buildings with the same outer finishing elements as they were in a burnt-out London tower last week.     The evacuation order ordered by the District Council urgently involves 733 dwellings and nearly four thousand inhabitants in the... Read More
Accused of engaging in an English assassin between Muslims United Kingdom 

Accused of engaging in an English assassin between Muslims

 They were charged on Friday against the Englishman who was driving his truck to a London mosque at the beginning of the week. One man was killed in the assassination and nine injured were taken to a hospital.     Scotland Yard reported Friday that the driver of the van, the 47-year-old Darren Osborne, was charged with murder and attempted murder on... Read More
London Fire – Scotland Yard: A short-time refrigerator caused the fire, the building cladding failed to fire test United Kingdom 

London Fire – Scotland Yard: A short-time refrigerator caused the fire, the building cladding failed to fire test

 Scotland Yard said on Friday that a short-time refrigerator caused the London fire last week, where 79 per cent of the police estimated their deaths.     Fiona McCormack, Chief Inspector at the London Police Officer at the Scotland Yard headquarters, also said that the outer casings of the Grenfell Tower, which had been completely burnt down in the high-security tower of... Read More
Theresa May: The British proposal on citizens’ rights is extremely equitable  United Kingdom 

Theresa May: The British proposal on citizens’ rights is extremely equitable

It is extremely serious and equitable that the British proposal presented last night, under which, even after the end of the EU membership of the United Kingdom, EU citizens who have arrived before the withdrawal can stay in the island, “said Prime Minister Theresa May at the EU summit in Brussels on Friday.     May reiterated four times in the brief... Read More
British sources: the citizens of the United Kingdom can stay behind the exit  United Kingdom 

British sources: the citizens of the United Kingdom can stay behind the exit

 Prime Minister Theresa May has promised that even after leaving the United Kingdom, EU citizens who remain before the resignation can stay in the country – UK government sources said on Thursday at a meeting of EU leaders in Brussels.     May presented to the EU Heads of State or Government the work of his government on the rights of citizens... Read More
London Fire – Housing was purchased by the British government for the injured United Kingdom 

London Fire – Housing was purchased by the British government for the injured

The British government bought apartments for the victims of the London fire of last week.     According to Minister Sayid, Javid, the local government and local community Wednesday, the government has taken out 68 flats in a newly built residential district that is still under construction, not far from a burnt-out 24-storey 127-hectare West London Towerhouse.     The flats are in a... Read More
Revocation of the British EU Membership Law and Immigration Rules in the New British Government’s Legislative Program United Kingdom 

Revocation of the British EU Membership Law and Immigration Rules in the New British Government’s Legislative Program

 The revocation of the British EU Membership Act and the regulation of immigration are at the center of the legislative program of the new British government. Program II. Queen Elisabeth presented her on Wednesday in the House of Lords of the British Parliament’s Upper Chamber.     Of the 27 points outlined by the 91-year-old ruler, eight are bound to the Brexit... Read More
British survey: there is no agreement among EU citizens and elites on the future of the EU United Kingdom 

British survey: there is no agreement among EU citizens and elites on the future of the EU

 There is a lack of consensus on key issues affecting the future of the European Union between the EU’s population and influential business, political and media outcomes, according to a comprehensive international survey of one of the most prestigious London-based foreign research institutes on Tuesday.     The Royal Institute of Foreign Affairs – after its London headquarters, commonly known as Chatham... Read More
Fraud was filed against Barclays and his four former directors United Kingdom 

Fraud was filed against Barclays and his four former directors

Fraudulent preparations and unauthorized financial assistance have been filed Tuesday against one of Britain’s largest investment banking groups, Barclays and four former executives. Since the financial crisis, for the first time, charges have been filed against a whole bank in Great Britain.     The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) announced that the case dates back to the financial crisis in 2008 when... Read More
London Fire – Charity singles help celebrities to fire victims United Kingdom Music 

London Fire – Charity singles help celebrities to fire victims

    Emeli Sandé, Pixie Lott, Rita Ora, and Leona Lewis have also contributed to the single-hit singer on the Grenfell Tower Tower in West London to help her last week’s firefighters.     The famous Simon Cowell amusing mogul was singing at the end of the week at Simon and Garfunkel’s 1970’s Bridge Over Troubled Water.     Sandé, Lott, Ora and Lewis, rapper Stormzy,... Read More
A Muslim vanished from a mosque in a van in London United Kingdom 

A Muslim vanished from a mosque in a van in London

 A van took a pedestrian on Monday morning in the north of London near a mosque. According to the final data of Scotland Yard early in the morning, one person was killed and eight injured were taken to a hospital. British Prime Minister Theresa May called the incident as a potential terrorist attack, the British Muslim Council said it was... Read More
Newly wrecked pedestrians in London are injured United Kingdom 

Newly wrecked pedestrians in London are injured

     A van wandered into a pedestrian hatchback Monday morning at the British capital, in the northern part of London, injured, authorities announced shortly after midnight.     According to the information, the case was at Seven Sisters Road, passing through Finsbury Park.     The Sun newspaper knows that the vehicle is driven to a crowd leaving the nearby mosque.     The London police reported... Read More
London Fire – A demonstration at Downing Street, May: the injured did not get the help United Kingdom 

London Fire – A demonstration at Downing Street, May: the injured did not get the help

Thousands of people appeared in London on Saturday afternoon at Downing Street, the Prime Minister’s Office, demanding the resignation of British Prime Minister Theresa May. According to protesters, the Conservative Party and the Conservative-led Council of the Kensington and Chelsea District have failed to take adequate steps to help the victims of the devastating Wednesday fire in the 24-storey Grenfell... Read More
They celebrated the British official’s “official” birthday British Royal Family United Kingdom 

They celebrated the British official’s “official” birthday

  It was celebrated on Saturday in London with 91-year-old II. Elizabeth’s “official” birthday. Before the ceremony, the ruler commemorated the victims of the London fire on Wednesday and the three terrorist attacks in recent months. The “official” birthday ceremony of the reigning regent of the reigning ruler of the Western world, the oldest and longest-since 1952, or 65 years... Read More
The Stars of Music, Literature and Sport, Heroes in Combating Terror on the British Emperor’s Birth Award List British Royal Family United Kingdom 

The Stars of Music, Literature and Sport, Heroes in Combating Terror on the British Emperor’s Birth Award List

  The British world stars of music, literature and sports, as well as the heroes of the fight against terror, are at the head of the British Emperor’s Birth Award. The 91st Century II. Queen Elizabeth’s birthday is April 21, but the celebration is celebrated officially by the people of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, in accordance with the... Read More
There was a man in the British Parliament detained, who was a knife, not a terrorist act United Kingdom 

There was a man in the British Parliament detained, who was a knife, not a terrorist act

  On Friday, near a London parliament, a man with a knife was arrested. According to the police, no injury occurred, the incident ended, the area was not closed, pedestrian and vehicle traffic was unbroken. Scotland Yard said it was not a terrorist act. The Evening Standard London Daily was just about to be visited by one of his staff’s... Read More
London Fire – Protestants entered the district council building United Kingdom 

London Fire – Protestants entered the district council building

  Protesters entered the building of the Kensington and Chelsea District Council in London on Friday after protesting that the victims of a Wednesday fire destroying one of the high-rise districts of the district received no assurances of their settlement as soon as possible. The 24-story, 127-story tower building rises in the northwestern corner of the district and is burnt... Read More
London Fire – Police: Not all victims can be identified United Kingdom 

London Fire – Police: Not all victims can be identified

According to the London police, it is not possible to find and identify each victim of a Wednesday fire. Stuart Cundy, the commanding officer of the Scotland Yard, who heads the police investigation, said in a press conference on Friday that six of the 17 victims found so far were able to “conditionally” identify six. The first named victim was... Read More
The Bank of England left the key interest rate unchanged, and three of them voted for interest rate hikes Finance United Kingdom 

The Bank of England left the key interest rate unchanged, and three of them voted for interest rate hikes

  Bank of England remained unchanged, although three of the eight members of the Monetary Council voted to raise interest rates by 0.25 percentage points. The British central bank’s decision on Thursday announced its monetary base in August last year. At the then-rate benchmark meeting, the bank lowered the base rate to 0.25 percent lower historical lows from 0.50 percent,... Read More
They are reinstated into the waters of Great Britain United Kingdom 

They are reinstated into the waters of Great Britain

  The UK’s largest program of repatriation of common hummingbirds (waterpoints) began: 325 individuals were released in the Kielder forest in Northumberland, and 350 specimens were re-planted in the British waters during the summer. The populations of populations have started to decline dramatically in recent decades due to their habitat decline, pollution of waterways, urbanization and the proliferation of formerly... Read More
British Elections – Next Wednesday will present the Queen’s government program United Kingdom 

British Elections – Next Wednesday will present the Queen’s government program

Originally planned two days later, next Wednesday I will present II. Queen Elizabeth is the legislature of the new British government, as negotiations on the terms of cooperation are still ongoing between the ruling Conservative Party and the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). As a result of early elections last Thursday, Conservatives became the largest party in the Lower House, but... Read More
London Massacre – The three French victims were taken to Paris United Kingdom 

London Massacre – The three French victims were taken to Paris

  The dead of three French citizens died on Thursday in London on June 3, according to airport sources. At the Roissy-Charles de Gaulle airport in Paris, Francois Bayrou, the justice minister and his relatives, received a plane transporting the remains of victims in the absence of the press, which landed shortly after noon in the French capital. On 3... Read More
London Fire – Firefighter: You can not know how many in the building United Kingdom 

London Fire – Firefighter: You can not know how many in the building

According to the London Fire Department’s commander, it is not even possible to know how many could have been in a burnt-out London tower on Wednesday and the search for a building can only begin later for security reasons. The police announced on Thursday that the number of fatalities in the fire had risen to 17. Dany Cotton, a fireman... Read More
London Fire – They’ve killed at least twelve United Kingdom 

London Fire – They’ve killed at least twelve

  Scotland Yard said Wednesday that at least 12 fatalities were killed in the Grenfell Tower tower in West London at a dawn fire. The first reports were about six deaths. Representative of the London police at the rescue and fire brigade joint press conference on Wednesday stressed that it is expected that the number of victims will continue to... Read More
Manchesters Blast – Ariana Grande would be elected honorary citizen of Manchester United Kingdom 

Manchesters Blast – Ariana Grande would be elected honorary citizen of Manchester

  Ariana Grande is an American singer who is elected as honorary citizen of Manchester in July by the advice of the city of England – BBC News wrote. The singer won the recognition of city fathers on June 4, the One Love Manchester concert to commemorate the victims of a suicide bombing at the end of May in Manchester,... Read More
Brexit – The number of British nationals who grew up more than 300 percent last year European Union United Kingdom 

Brexit – The number of British nationals who grew up more than 300 percent last year

    More than three hundred percent more than last year, the number of British citizens of German nationality, according to data from the German Federal Statistical Office (Destatis).     According to the statement, in 2016, 2865 British gained German citizenship, an increase of 360.6 percent compared to 622 a year earlier. More British citizens have never been nationalized in Germany for a... Read More
They found a beautiful watercolor in Captain Scott’s South Pole hut Interesting Facts United Kingdom 

They found a beautiful watercolor in Captain Scott’s South Pole hut

    Waterfalls survived in perfect condition at a venue of explorers Robert Falcon Scott, British explorer, tragically ending in a South Pole expedition.     The image on a small tree of a bastard bird belonging to a flock of foxes was found under a mound of paper and penguin draperies in one of the two huts built by Norwegian explorers at Adare... Read More
Incendio de Londres – cuerpo de bomberos: son bajas en el fuego United Kingdom 

Incendio de Londres – cuerpo de bomberos: son bajas en el fuego

De acuerdo con el departamento de bomberos de Londres son bajas estallaron el miércoles en los incendios de edificios de gran altura oeste de Londres Grenfell torre.     Dany Cotton, comandante de la declaración Brigada de Bomberos de Londres dijo que un número de muertes, pero dijo que, debido al tamaño del edificio y una estructura interna compleja del número exacto... Read More
Totally burnt out of a tower in London United Kingdom 

Totally burnt out of a tower in London

 Almost completely burnt down a 24-storey residential building on Wednesday morning in the west of London.     The Grenfell Tower, built in 1974, was built in a 120-hectare high-rise building in the early morning, alerting firefighters who flew to the scene with forty vehicles and two hundred units. The fire, however, overwhelmed the house in a short period of time, and... Read More
Expert: May and Macron’s agreement is aimed at the security of the Internet United Kingdom 

Expert: May and Macron’s agreement is aimed at the security of the Internet

    The announcement announced by the French head of state and the British Prime Minister on Tuesday is aimed at the security of the Internet – said Professor Zoltán Gálik, Corvinus University, on the current channel M1 on Wednesday.     The expert was questioned on Tuesday after announcing the meeting with French Prime Minister Emmanuel Macron, Prime Minister Theresa May, on Tuesday,... Read More
British Elections – Agreed Tehersa May with the leader of the DUP, outlining the agreement, convening the new House of Commons United Kingdom 

British Elections – Agreed Tehersa May with the leader of the DUP, outlining the agreement, convening the new House of Commons

 On Tuesday, the co-operation agreement was agreed with British Prime Minister Theresa May, Conservative Party, and Arlene Foster, leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP). Shortly after the meeting, a new lower house elected last week met.     After a Tuesday afternoon meeting in Downing Street, neither party made a formal statement, but it was not officially indicated on both sides... Read More
Four-year peak of British inflation reached in May Finance United Kingdom 

Four-year peak of British inflation reached in May

     In May, inflation rose to nearly four-year high in Britain as reported by National Statistics on Tuesday.      In May, inflation rose to 2.9 per cent in Britain from 2.7 per cent in April. Analysts expected the same inflation as April in May.      Consumer prices have risen most recently in June 2013 compared to May this year.     ... Read More
British Elections – Theresa May apologized to the faction United Kingdom 

British Elections – Theresa May apologized to the faction

 Prime Minister Theresa May, on Monday, apologized to the ruling Conservative Party faction for the outcome of last week’s parliamentary elections. He said: it is up to the faction’s decision to decide on how long it would be at the helm of the government.     As a result of early elections on Thursday, the Conservatives became the largest party in the... Read More
Audrey Hepburn’s personal belongings are auctioned out in London Culture United Kingdom 

Audrey Hepburn’s personal belongings are auctioned out in London

   Audrey Hepburn’s personal items, including his raincoat and ballerina collection, are auctioned out in London at Christie’s Auction House in September, before the show is on show, “wrote the BBC’s news portal.     It is also possible to bribe the handwritten notes of the legendary actress’s portraits, letters, and the Dream Movie (1961).     According to Christie’s, the auction includes “unique pieces... Read More
London Assassination – Many people attended the farewell ceremony of the Spanish victim United Kingdom 

London Assassination – Many people attended the farewell ceremony of the Spanish victim

A massive crowd, estimated to be over 700 people, took part in the farewell ceremony of Ignacio Echeverría in Las Rozas, Las Vegas, on Monday.     In addition to the 39 husbands and husbands of 39 men in the Spanish press, “the skateboard hero” was reportedly arriving to the crowd, who did not know him personally, but wanted to express sympathy... Read More
British Elections – They can postpone the government program description United Kingdom 

British Elections – They can postpone the government program description

 According to British media reports on Monday, the parliamentary briefing of the legislative program of the British Government, led by the Conservative Party, will be slightly delayed in the original plans, as negotiations with the Democratic Union Party (DUP) are still ongoing.     As a result of early elections on Thursday, the Conservatives became the largest party in the Lower House,... Read More
Today is also a photo of a boy drinking a boy walking through the ruins of London United Kingdom 

Today is also a photo of a boy drinking a boy walking through the ruins of London

It is no coincidence that the Northfoto Image Agency has now taken over the II. World War II pictures of Blitz (Blitzkrieg = Lightning War, from which the British contemporary press was made), that is, Lufwaffe’s 76-day bombardment of London and the London people. In the world’s largest air war, 43,000 people were killed and almost a half million were... Read More
British Elections – New Government, Theresa May: “Successful Brexit Talks” United Kingdom 

British Elections – New Government, Theresa May: “Successful Brexit Talks”

 On Sunday evening, the new minority government was formed under the leadership of the Conservative Party. Prime Minister Theresa May stated that the task of the government now is to successfully negotiate the conditions for expulsion of British EU membership.     There was no change in the most important cabinet offices: Philip Hammond is in charge of the finance ministry, Amber... Read More
He showed the police the London bombers explosive United Kingdom 

He showed the police the London bombers explosive

On June 3, three men, Khuram Shazad Butt, Rachid Redouane, and Youssef Zaghba, hired pedestrians on a lorry on the London Bridge city center, and near the nearby market, Borough Market, knocked on the passers-by. In the assassination, seven people were killed, forty-eight wounded. Now, the London police have released an unpublished picture of explosive imitations found at the perpetrators... Read More
What were the dangers of the Victorian-era Londoners? United Kingdom 

What were the dangers of the Victorian-era Londoners?

In many respects, Victorian age England was the cradle of modern crime. With the break of the Industrial Revolution, prospective workers came to the unstoppably growing cities to take advantage of prosperity and to work for a very small but sure job. Faced with dangerous working conditions and the struggles of feeding hungry families, many 19th-century English people decided to... Read More
British Elections – Negotiations are still ongoing on the unionists in Northern Ireland United Kingdom 

British Elections – Negotiations are still ongoing on the unionists in Northern Ireland

     Contrary to the previous official announcement, no final agreement has been reached with the largest party of the Unionist movement in Northern Ireland, the Democratic Union Party (DUP) supporting the minority government of the Conservative Party.     Downing Street reported on Saturday evening that DUP agreed in principle to support the ruling Conservative Party in the lower house of London. On... Read More
British Elections – The DUP is in principle ready to support the conservative minority government United Kingdom 

British Elections – The DUP is in principle ready to support the conservative minority government

 The Democratic Union Party (DUP), the largest party in the Northern Ireland Unionist movement in Northern Ireland, decided on Saturday evening that it was in principle ready to support the Minority British government led by the Conservative Party.     According to final figures on Saturday, early parliamentary elections have been held since 2010 by ruling conservatives with a total of 318... Read More
British Elections – Most of the members of the Conservative Party want to leave Theresa May United Kingdom 

British Elections – Most of the members of the Conservative Party want to leave Theresa May

 Almost 60 per cent of members of the ruling British Conservative Party want Prime Minister Theresa May to leave office after the party lost its absolute majority in parliament on Thursday.     ConservativeHome, an independent online forum and blog post near the Conservative Party, conducted a wide-ranging survey of party membership. According to a study published on Saturday, 59.48 percent of... Read More
British elections – The European press writes about Theresa May’s personal defeat (Part 2) European Union United Kingdom 

British elections – The European press writes about Theresa May’s personal defeat (Part 2)

The end of the “hard Brexitnek” that is dictated harsh terms towards EU exit the UK is the British election final results Antonio Tajani, President of the European Parliament by. Speaking to Corriere della Sera Italian newspaper Tajani said the British voters overthrown voksukkal “hard Brexitet” showed that a complete break with the EU is not considered to be positive.... Read More
British elections – Expert: Political chaos can come in England United Kingdom 

British elections – Expert: Political chaos can come in England

     Political chaos may be the result of the British election – said Zoltán Gálik, associate professor.      According to the docent, the result of early elections has become unpredictable both in domestic politics and in the EU.      He reminded Prime Minister Theresa May that he had announced early elections to strengthen his party’s position and that he was... Read More
British Elections – Democrat Sanders, who was nominated for the US Presidency last year, “fascinated” the good work of the Workers’ Party United Kingdom 

British Elections – Democrat Sanders, who was nominated for the US Presidency last year, “fascinated” the good work of the Workers’ Party

     US Senator Bernie Sanders, who in the last year’s presidential election campaign was Hillary Clinton’s rival for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination, said on Friday that he was “impressed” by the Labor Party’s result in the British elections held the previous day.     The Vermont Senator praised the Workers Party in a post published on a community site and congratulated party... Read More
British Elections – Donald Trump promises to cooperate with May in the coming years United Kingdom 

British Elections – Donald Trump promises to cooperate with May in the coming years

    US President Donald Trump congratulated on Friday’s election victory and promised to join British Prime Minister Theresa May in the coming years.     According to the White House’s announcement, Trump spoke to the former UK Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.     According to the statement, the US President stressed that the United States and the United Kingdom are “in a special... Read More
British Elections – The internal cabinet of the new government is unchanged United Kingdom 

British Elections – The internal cabinet of the new government is unchanged

 The internal cabinet of the new British government was formed on Friday evening with unchanged personal composition.     Downing Street reports that Philip Hammond will continue to serve as Minister of Finance, Amber Rudd, Interior Minister Boris Johnson, Foreign Minister Sir Michael Fallon, remains at the helm of the defense ministry, and David Davis leads the wallet to steer negotiations on... Read More
British Elections – Theresa May has announced that it will form a government United Kingdom 

British Elections – Theresa May has announced that it will form a government

 Theresa May’s conservative British Prime Minister announced on Friday afternoon that he will shape the new British government.     May, who had been in London’s Buckingham Palace and requested a government order II. Returning to Downing Street from Queen Elizabeth, he also announced that negotiations on the termination of British EU membership would start in ten days, according to plans, and... Read More
British manufacturing was less than expected in April United Kingdom 

British manufacturing was less than expected in April

   British industrial output rose to a lesser extent than expected in April – according to the UK statistical office’s Friday data.     Industrial production in the United Kingdom increased by 0.2 percent on a monthly basis in April following the 0.5 percent shrinkage in March. Analysts expected a rise of 0.8 percent in April. Last year, last month, growth was up... Read More
British Elections – Theresa May asks for a government order for the queen United Kingdom 

British Elections – Theresa May asks for a government order for the queen

     British Prime Minister Theresa May, on Friday afternoon, goes to Buckingham Palace in London, where he asks for a mandate II. Queen Elizabeth to form the new government. According to sources at Downing Street, May is preparing the government with the support of the largest Protestant British force in Northern Ireland, the Democratic Union Party (DUP). Source: MTI Read More
British Elections – Corbyn: Workers Party “Ready to Serve the Country” United Kingdom 

British Elections – Corbyn: Workers Party “Ready to Serve the Country”

     Jeremy Corbyn, head of the British Workers’ Party, says his partner is “ready to serve the country”.     In the early parliamentary elections held on Thursday, the Labor Party significantly increased the number of its faction by 26 to 26 by 29, but close to the final one, but did not reach an absolute majority in the 650-seat lower house.     The... Read More
Expert: Instead of the hopeful majority, the result of the election was insecure United Kingdom 

Expert: Instead of the hopeful majority, the result of the election was insecure

     Instead of a large majority hoped for by the conservatives, the result of the British elections was Thursday, which is a precondition – said Zoltán Gálik, associate professor of Corvinus University on the M1 channel on Friday.     As you have said, on the basis of the results so far, the Conservative Party or minority must either steer or succeed in... Read More
British Elections – Theresa May does not want to give up United Kingdom 

British Elections – Theresa May does not want to give up

     According to BBC’s government news sources Friday morning, British Prime Minister Theresa May does not want to give up, despite the fact that the Conservative Party led by him has lost an absolute majority in the lower house during the previous parliamentary elections of the previous day.     According to figures close to the final, the Conservative Party won 42 per... Read More
British Elections – Losing the absolute majority of the Conservative Party United Kingdom 

British Elections – Losing the absolute majority of the Conservative Party

 The overwhelming majority of the ruling British Conservative Party has been lost in the early parliamentary elections, and even one of the parliamentary parties will not be able to form a government based on an absolute majority in parliament. Within the Conservative Party, there has already been an opinion that Prime Minister Theresa May should “reconsider” his position. By the... Read More
British elections – Weakness in the pound, London analysts say Theresa May’s position is uncertain as well United Kingdom 

British elections – Weakness in the pound, London analysts say Theresa May’s position is uncertain as well

 The UK pound was frustrated at dawn on Friday that the forthcoming exit poll about the early British parliamentary elections led the ruling Conservative Party to lose its absolute majority in the Lower House in London shortly before the planned start of the Brexit negotiations. London Financial Analysts say if this forecast is real, Prime Minister Theresa May’s position may... Read More
British Elections – Exit poll: Conservative Party is the largest faction, probably without an absolute majority United Kingdom 

British Elections – Exit poll: Conservative Party is the largest faction, probably without an absolute majority

The British Conservative Party, which has been ruling since 2010, will be the largest party in the House of Commons, but it is not certain that the party has won an absolute majority in early British parliamentary elections, according to an exit poll published on Thursday night at the closing of constituencies.     A joint survey by large British media companies... Read More
British Elections – Brexit was the primary political Twitter theme in the campaign United Kingdom 

British Elections – Brexit was the primary political Twitter theme in the campaign

The termination of Brexin, the UK’s EU membership, was by far the most discussed political issue on the Twitter message portal in the UK parliamentary election campaign in Thursday.     In a comprehensive survey conducted by The UK in Changing Europe, a London-based UK-based network for research, Thursday, the researchers surveyed the use of 56 keywords in the British Twitter community... Read More
British Elections – London Analysts: The market prides itself on a significant conservative majority United Kingdom 

British Elections – London Analysts: The market prides itself on a significant conservative majority

 London Financial Analysts suggest that pricing seems to be a major sub-prime majority of the ruling British Conservative Party’s ruling coalition as a result of Thursday’s early elections, so the pound exchange rate would most likely be affected by a different, surprise end result.     One of the city’s largest financial and economic analysts at Capital Economics’s Thursday study suggested that... Read More
British Elections – Expert: There will be a major role in the election of the passages United Kingdom 

British Elections – Expert: There will be a major role in the election of the passages

    It will play a major role in the early parliamentary elections in Britain on Thursday (see UKIP) and how they can mobilize young people – said István Kiss, chief researcher at Századvég Foundation on the current channel M1 on Thursday.     István Kiss said that the election is not only about the popularity of the two major parties, the Conservative Party... Read More
British Ambassador Iain Lindsay welcomed János Áder, President of the Republic United Kingdom 

British Ambassador Iain Lindsay welcomed János Áder, President of the Republic

British Ambassador Iain Lindsay (j2) shakes hands with President János Áder, left Bridget Claire Lindsay, his ambassador’s wife (b) and Anita Herczegh, János Áder, head of state at the British Ambassador in Budapest on June 7, 2017. On this day, Ambassador Iain Lindsay welcomed President János Áder and his wife. MTI Photo: Zsolt Szigetváry Read More
British Elections – Parliamentary elections in Britain have started United Kingdom 

British Elections – Parliamentary elections in Britain have started

Early parliamentary elections in Britain began Thursday morning.     In the nearly 50,000 constituencies of the 650 constituencies, the 50 million voters can vote for individual candidates at 8am and 23h local time between 7 am and 10 pm local time.     The counting and checking process of the votes, measured in the practice of other advanced industrial countries, is expected to... Read More
British Elections – Viewpoint: Conservatives can gain a steady majority United Kingdom 

British Elections – Viewpoint: Conservatives can gain a steady majority

    Csaba Fodor, Executive Director of the Viewpoint Institute, says that a conservative Prime Minister Theresa May will win a stable majority in Thursday’s early elections in Britain.     Csaba Fodor said on Wednesday in the current channel M1: up to 50-60, but some estimates suggest that the Conservatives receive 80 seats in favor of the Workers Party.     He stressed the key... Read More
British Elections – Theresa May: Human Rights Laws can be altered in the fight against terrorism United Kingdom 

British Elections – Theresa May: Human Rights Laws can be altered in the fight against terrorism

 Prime Minister Theresa May says his government is ready to amend human rights law if it is necessary to counter terrorism.     May, in a campaign meeting on Sunday night in Slough, to London, west of London, referring to three terrorist attacks on the United Kingdom in the last three months, not long after three months, said “enough was enough” and... Read More
London Assassination – Theresa May: If ISPs fail to act, the government can block extreme content United Kingdom 

London Assassination – Theresa May: If ISPs fail to act, the government can block extreme content

According to British Prime Minister Theresa May, if large ISPs do not take action against the spread of radicalizing online content, the government may consider introducing new powers of action that could put an end to access to this extreme content.     May declares the release of the Conservative British Daily newspaper The Daily Telegraph as saying that it would favor... Read More
London Assassination – Scotland Yard named the third offender United Kingdom 

London Assassination – Scotland Yard named the third offender

 Formally, the Scotland Yard was named the third offender in the London assassination on Tuesday.     According to the terrorist command of the London police, along with their two partners, 22-year-old Youssef Zaghba, a Moroccan native of Italy, carried out the Saturday night attack, in which they lost their lives and 48 were injured.     Not long before the announcement of Scotland... Read More
The number of new cars placed on the market in Britain has declined United Kingdom 

The number of new cars placed on the market in Britain has declined

    In Britain, the number of new cars placed on the market in May fell by 8.5 per cent in May, partly as a result of the rise in the new vehicle tax in April.     According to a statement published on the website of the Association of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT), a total of 186,000 265 new cars were sold... Read More
London Assassination – All detainees were released United Kingdom 

London Assassination – All detainees were released

They released all those who were arrested in connection with the Saturday London bombings without charge.     Scotland Yard said Monday that twelve people – seven women and five men – are the youngest 19, the oldest 60.     The police did not give any details about them.     The announcement, however, indicates that the police are currently working with family members to... Read More
The American president again criticized the Mayor of London United Kingdom United States Of America 

The American president again criticized the Mayor of London

 US President Donald Trump again criticized Sadiq Khan, London Mayor.     The president on Monday sent another Twitter entry to the London politician, and he believed Sadiq Khan found a “pitiful objection” to his earlier announcement that the Londoners had no reason to be alarmed.     Donald Trump has been criticizing Mayor of London since Sunday morning. After a terror attack on... Read More
London Assassination – Two perpetrators named the police United Kingdom 

London Assassination – Two perpetrators named the police

He published two of the three perpetrators of the Saturday London bombings on Monday night at Scotland Yard.     According to the London Police Officer’s Terrorism Command, the assassination was carried out with Khuram Shazad Butt and Rachid Redouane with their third unannounced partner.     According to Scotland Yard, they both lived in the East London neighborhood of Barking.     The 27-year-old Khuram... Read More
London Assassination – Theresa May: No Level of Terror Threatening, Corbyn Urges the Prime Minister to Resign United Kingdom 

London Assassination – Theresa May: No Level of Terror Threatening, Corbyn Urges the Prime Minister to Resign

There is no rise in the officially established level of terrorist threat in Britain, it remains the second highest “serious” level, British BBC chief Theresa May said on Monday. Jeremy Corbyn, the biggest opposition political party in Britain, the Labor Party leader on Monday called on the Conservative Prime Minister to resign as a result of a reduction in the... Read More
London Assassination – Sydlo: Europe must face the terrorists European Union United Kingdom 

London Assassination – Sydlo: Europe must face the terrorists

 Europe must face terrorists, Beata Szydlo announced on Sunday. The Polish Prime Minister and President Andrzej Duda expressed sympathy with the relatives of the victims of the London assassination. Polish Interior Minister Mariusz Blaszczak, after the terrorist attack, called for the closing of EU borders before “Muslim migrants”.     “Another brutal attack, new victims … … Europe must face the terrorists... Read More
London assassination – House searches continue, police know the perpetrators United Kingdom 

London assassination – House searches continue, police know the perpetrators

 On Monday, intensive house searches continued in London’s eastern suburbs in connection with the Saturday night London bombings. Scotland Yard’s head says the investigation is based on the assumption that there is no significant foreign network behind the British terrorist threat, the danger being largely domestic origin.     The police said on Monday that they knew who the three were, but... Read More
London Assassination – A new security protocol is in place in Italy due to the London bombings European Union United Kingdom 

London Assassination – A new security protocol is in place in Italy due to the London bombings

 A new security system is being developed by authorities to secure millions of tourists arriving to Italy during the summer months and to protect Italians on summer festivals, concerts and beaches, announced at the Italian National Security Council meeting on Sunday night following the London bombings.     Interior Minister Marco Minniti has announced that the security clearance is not changed. This... Read More
London Assassination – Expert: Police responded well United Kingdom 

London Assassination – Expert: Police responded well

    According to István Gyarmati security expert, police officers responded well on Saturday night’s London bombings as they were arrested for eight minutes after the start of an unexpected event.     István Gyarmati on Sunday’s M1 channel reported that such attacks did not require any special preparations, the most vulnerable part of the organization, and virtually eliminate the communica- tion of the... Read More
London Assassination – Twelve men were arrested United Kingdom 

London Assassination – Twelve men were arrested

 Sunday detained twelve people in the London police unit’s anti-terror headquarters unit in connection with the London bombings last night.     According to ASCOTLAND YARD Sunday afternoon, detention was carried out in the Barking neighborhood of East London, and more residential searches in the area are still being conducted.     The police confirmed that they had died in the late march on... Read More
There is no end: the London massacre could be the beginning of a massacre for weeks United Kingdom 

There is no end: the London massacre could be the beginning of a massacre for weeks

London is just the beginning. Last month’s Muslim month of Ramadan, Ramadan, is a war of terrorists. “Attack them in their homes, markets, streets, and gatherings,” the Islamic State replied in a video at the beginning of Ramadan to European fanatics who could not travel to Syria or Iraq to join the ISIS war. The Index recalls that after the... Read More
London Assassination – Theresa May: Do not postpone the election United Kingdom 

London Assassination – Theresa May: Do not postpone the election

British Prime Minister Theresa May announced on Sunday that plans for early parliamentary elections will be held in Britain on Thursday.     May added that on Saturday night London bombings the ruling Conservative Party and the largest opposition force, Labor Party suspended its campaign on Sunday, but the election campaign will continue on Monday.     The anti-EU political force of the United... Read More
London Assassination – EU leaders have expressed their condolences European Union United Kingdom 

London Assassination – EU leaders have expressed their condolences

     Leaders of the institutions of the European Union also expressed their condolences for the Saturday night London terror attack.     Donald Tusk, President of the European Council, wrote that he and his heart-soul felt “the latest cowardly attack” victims.     “Europe is in the United Kingdom in the fight against terrorism,” the Polish politician said in a short message on Twitter.     Jean-Claude... Read More
London Massacre – Mayor of London: Level of Terror Conservation remains, suspended election campaign United Kingdom 

London Massacre – Mayor of London: Level of Terror Conservation remains, suspended election campaign

 According to Mayor of London, the second highest level of terrorist exposure in the United Kingdom will be maintained after the Saturday night London bombings. The big parties will suspend Sunday’s campaign for early parliamentary elections due on Sunday.     At least six people killed three gunmen Saturday night in downtown London. Mark Rowley, Commander of the Terrorist Division of Scotland... Read More
London Massacre – A terrorist attack on deadly deaths occurred in London, shot down by attackers United Kingdom 

London Massacre – A terrorist attack on deadly deaths occurred in London, shot down by attackers

Almost six people killed three gunmen Saturday night in downtown London. Commander of the Terrorist Division of Scotland Yard, Mark Rowley, announced early on Sunday that police armed units had been executed by the attackers.     The police assume that the three attackers killed were terrorist offenses in the UK’s capital, the London Bridge, and the nearby market, Borough Market. According... Read More
British Elections – Brex and Home Politics May and Corbyn Election TV Forum Focus United Kingdom 

British Elections – Brex and Home Politics May and Corbyn Election TV Forum Focus

 The disappearance of British EU membership and domestic issues were raised by British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party and Jeremy Corbyn’s Labor Party Leaders on Friday’s election TV. Corbyn stated in the show that if his government were to be deployed, his party would not allow British companies to recruit low-wage workers from vacancies in Central Europe only from... Read More
British Elections – Conservative victory is expected in the London reception industry United Kingdom 

British Elections – Conservative victory is expected in the London reception industry

 The London Conservative Party is awaiting the Governor’s Conservative Party’s victory for next Thursday’s British parliamentary elections and, accordingly, despite the significant downsizing of the supportive nature of the conservatives, this betting option offers the smallest cash prize money.     Rupert Adams, the largest UK betting network in the United States, who has 25 percent of the market, said at a... Read More
Manchester blast – More than tens of thousands have claimed unsuccessfully tickets for the Sunday charity concert United Kingdom Music 

Manchester blast – More than tens of thousands have claimed unsuccessfully tickets for the Sunday charity concert

     More than 10,000 people have unsuccessfully asked for awards at Ariana Grande’s Sunday Manchesters Concert, which the American singer has put together for the commemoration of the suicide bombings at the end of last month’s Manchesters campaign and to help the injured with world stars.     Participants of the May party were able to apply for a Sunday party until Thursday... Read More
British Elections – Jeremy Corbyn: The Labor Party’s first measure to guarantee the rights of foreign EU citizens United Kingdom 

British Elections – Jeremy Corbyn: The Labor Party’s first measure to guarantee the rights of foreign EU citizens

 According to the head of the British Labor Party, if the party wins the forthcoming parliamentary elections next Thursday, the government’s first move will be to guarantee the rights of foreign EU citizens living in Britain.     Jeremy Corbyn, Prime Minister of the UK’s biggest opposition party in the Labor Thursday campaign statement, stated that by stepping up the government, the... Read More
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