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- CWC tomorrow, Rahul may offer to resign
New Delhi: After a humiliating defeat in the Lok Sabha polls, top Congress leaders will deliberate on party losses at a meeting of the working commit
- YSR Congress's Jagan enters national politics with PK formula
Mumbai: With his clean sweep in the Assembly and Lok Sabha election, YSR Congress and Jaganmohan Reddy have taken a special status in the Indian polit
- BJP trumps caste politics, breaches Bengal
After a stunning, pan-India mandate that rewrote the political rule book, the Prime Minister’s big job now is to recharge a slowing economy.
- Andrew Neil MOCKS BBC 'jobsworths' for strict election TV rules – 'I bow to nobody'
BBC host Andrew Neil mocked BBC bosses over strict election rules preventing the broadcaster from influencing the ongoing European Parliamentary elect
- Canada should improve protections for temporary residents amid visa application surge: advocates
Federal officials say the surge is due in part to an increase in international tourism in Canada — something the federal government has been trying
- Court to rule Friday if B.C. can limit bitumen in key case for Trans Mountain pipeline
The B.C. Court of Appeal heard from both sides of the debate during a five-day hearing in March, and is set to issue its decision Friday.
- Data suggests Anglophone support for Bill 21 lower than CAQ says: QCGN
The results were collected via a web panel of 1,212 Quebecers, 18 years of age or older, between May 3 and May 7, 2019.
- European elections exit polls: POLLS CLOSED - but who will win EU elections?
POLLS across the UK have now closed and the answer to who gained the most seats in the European parliamentary elections are now safely placed in the b
- END OF MAY: Prime Minister FINALLY admits defeat on Brexit as she prepares to quit TODAY
THERESA MAY will today finally cave into pressure to set out the timetable for her departure from Downing Street, Tory sources said last night.
- Brexit Party SURGE could see Boris Johnson LOSE his seat claims explosive new research
A BREXIT Party surge could cost Boris Johnson his seat in a general election according to fresh analysis from a leading academic.
- Theresa May NEVER believed in Brexit claims her former right-hand man in savage attack
THERESA MAY never truly believed in Brexit and regarded the process as “little more than a damage limitation exercise” according to Nick Timothy,
- Brexit LIVE: Defiant Theresa May could STILL try to pass Brexit deal DURING departure
THERESA May could STILL try and force her Brexit divorce deal through the House of Commons, despite the widespread expectation she will today announce
- Chinese envoy says Canada-China relations have hit ‘rock bottom’
The remarks come at a time of heightened tensions following the December arrest of Chinese telecom executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver on an extraditi
- Parties shop for housing ideas for platforms with issue high on voters’ lists
The ideas being shopped around to stakeholders in the housing sector include targeted spending toward certain groups, such as veterans, and more spend
- One day after vandalism, Bowmanville’s rainbow crosswalk defaced again
A day after being defaced, the rainbow crosswalk in Bowmanville was once again targeted.
- PM promotes Michael Gove’s ally Mel Stride to replace Andrea Leadsom in a boost for his leadership hopes
THERESA May promoted Michael Gove’s campaign manager to the Cabinet in a boost for his leadership hopes. Mel Stride, the Environment Secretary’s c
- PM to lay out a timetable to quit within weeks in last-ditch bid to pass Brexit deal
THERESA May is tomorrow expected to lay out a timetable to step down within weeks. In a last-ditch bid to buy more time for her Brexit deal, the PM is
- India-Pakistan matches are final matches because people mix politics: B Majumdar
New Delhi: The old adage that sports and politics do not mix will ring hollow again when former champions India and Pakistan clash in a geopolitically
- Integrity commissioner says alleged comments by MacLeod don’t violate Members’ Integrity Act
Ontario's integrity commissioner says there are insufficient grounds to conduct an inquiry into alleged Lisa MacLeod comment.