January 18, 2022

Boris Johnson demands UK PM Theresa May to scrap her Brexit proposals

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From DNA India Brexit campaigner Boris Johnson called on Prime Minister Theresa May to rip up her proposal for Britain’s exit from the European Union, ratcheting up the pressure on May as she prepares to face her divided party at its annual conference next week. Just six months before the United Kingdom is due to […]

Former UK Foreign Secretary Johnson refuses to apologize for Islamaphobic comments

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From WN Boris Johnson said he was standing by his remarks on Tuesday after the Conservative Party chairman told him to apologize for commenting that Muslim women wearing burkas “look like letter boxes” and comparing them to “bank robbers,” according to BBC News. Even though Johnson’s comments have been called Islamaphobic and “deliberately provocative,” but […]

Cayman Islands Premier at Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council

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LONDON, England – The delegation from the Cayman Islands led by the Premier Hon Alden McLaughlin, including Financial Services Minister Hon Tara Rivers met with Lord Marland of Odstock, Chairman of the Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWIC) and Richard Burge, Chief Executive. The meeting was arranged by the Cayman Islands Representative in the UK, […]

May, Leadsom fight to become next UK PM

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From CaribFlame The race to lead the UK’s ruling Conservative Party has just become narrower, with Minister of State for Energy Andrea Leadsom and Home Secretary Theresa May now battling each other to become the country’s second-ever female prime minister after Margaret Thatcher. In the second round of the voting by MPs on Thursday, May […]

Sanders: Brexit: No one won

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By Sir Ronald Sanders From Caribbean360 BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, Friday July 1, 2016 – The result of the British referendum to leave the European Union (EU) has already left a trail of culprits, victims and intended and unintended consequences. Its primary outcome is grave uncertainty within Britain; within the EU; and for other countries and regions […]