Besides being handcuffed 11 times, he had his case files confiscated after the first day of the Woolwich hearing.Full Story
The EU countries accepted that the European Commission begin negotiations with the British as soon as possible.Full Story
The trial to extradite the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the United States is scheduled to begin on Feb. 24.
The Council of Europe is the continent’s leading human rights organization, with 47 member states including Britain, all of which are signatories to the European Convention on Human Rights.
The tech giant intends to require its UK users to acknowledge new terms of service including the new U.S. jurisdiction.
Boris Johnson will set a visa system to favor the migration of English-speaking, high-skilled workers.
The Wikileaks founder was moved from solitary confinement in the medical wing to a different part of the prison with 40 other inmates.
The formal launch of negotiations on a new relationship after Britain left the EU will begin next month.
“Our new immigration system will turn off the tap of cheap, foreign low-skilled labor,” interior minister Priti Patel wrote in The Sun newspaper.
The decision was announced shortly after Johnson's cabinet shuffle, marked by the unexpected resignation of Treasury Secretary, Sajid Javid. Sharma will replace Claire O'Neill, who was fired in January.
Just a week ago, the United Kingdom formalized their departure from the EU, Caricom Ambassador to Haiti, Earl Huntley, talked about the consequences of this scenario for Caribbean nations.