May has postponed a historic vote in parliament over her EU withdrawal agreement because of its certain defeat -- and must now win a no-confidence vote by MPs in her Conservative party to be held on December 12.
The British leader toured European capitals on December 11 in an attempt to salvage the deal, after MPs savaged its provisions on the issue of the Irish border.
France's minister for European affairs, Nathalie Loiseau, sounded the alarm bells in Brussels as Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May embarked on a lightning mini-tour of EU capitals to beg for support.
Mallya's extradition is the culmination of significant structural and fundamental changes by the government to prevent willful defaulters from fleeing the country.
A UK Court has ruled that the former Kingfisher chief be extradited back to India as the presiding judge has found prima facie a case against Vijay Mallya for fraud, conspiracy and money laundering. Follow the latest developments here.
The European Court of Justice ruled that when an EU member country has notified its intent to leave, "that member state is free to revoke unilaterally that notification."
Mallya, wanted in India on charges of fraud and money laundering amounting to around Rs 9,000 crore, is set to appear before the Westminster Magistrates' Court in London on Monday when his extradition trial is listed for judgement.
A big loss could spark immediate challenges to May from both within her Conservative Party and the opposition Labour party.
The House of Commons is scheduled to vote on the plan on December 4.
Last year, the UK issued almost 55,000 visas to India. That was more than five times as many visas in that category than issued to USA nationals – the closest competitor
May faces deep opposition in parliament ahead of a Dec. 11 vote on her withdrawal agreement, raising the risk of a no-deal Brexit shock to the economy in less than four months' time.
Theresa May is trying to keep her EU divorce deal on track on December 5 after her government was dealt a double blow by Parliament.
Defeat would leave the U.K. facing a chaotic "no-deal" Brexit and could topple the prime minister, her government, or both.
The deal has proved highly divisive and all the signs point to MPs rejecting in a crucial vote next week. The deal has proved highly divisive and all the signs point to MPs rejecting in a crucial vote next week.
The sector is Britain's largest taxpayer, accounting for more than a tenth of all tax receipts.
There was a coordinated expulsion of Russian diplomats worldwide, while Britain revealed a dossier on how the alleged Russian spies carried out the attack, complete with CCTV.
May is battling to persuade skeptical British lawmakers to back the deal her government and the European Union reached last month. Rejecting it would leave the UK facing a messy, economically damaging "no-deal" Brexit on March 29.
UK lawmakers will vote on the deal on Dec. 11 and Fox said they should weigh up May's deal against the alternatives.
Earlier this week several senior European politicians raised the possibility of new sanctions against Russia to punish it for capturing the boats.
The Offensive Weapons Bill 2018 completed its various readings in the House of Commons this week and has now moved to the House of Lords for approval.
Even though the Indian market is fairly price-sensitive, the global trend towards personalisation is seen gaining popularity. Travelers are willing to spend more if it means the services offered will be more customized to their preferences.
In June 2017, flyers started noticing that they were allotted seats away from their family members if they did not pay more
Hammond said staying in the European Union would be best for Britain in purely economic terms.
Britain's Information Commissioner's Office said Tuesday it fined the company 385,000 pounds ($491,000) and Dutch officials imposed a 600,000-euro ($679,000) fine for violating Dutch data protection laws.
May has warned if her deal is not passed by UK lawmakers, Britain could leave without a deal or that there could be no Brexit at all.