Jeremy Corbyn vows to fight Theresa May 'all the way'

Jeremy Corbyn vows to fight Theresa May 'all the way'

In a WhatsApp message to Conservative lawmakers, Johnson said: "Folks we need to calm down and get behind the prime minister". Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn lost Britain's election, but his beaming smile and enthusiastic thumbs' up the morning after was the demeanor of a man who knew he was nevertheless the victor.

Theresa May pressured to resign after British election disaster

Moreover, she is now dependent on the support of Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) to keep her government alive. This would so undermine May's authority, I anticipated, that she would have to resign. Corbyn, 68, may not have dislodged May in the polls but the Labour Party's strong showing prompted him to demand her resignation, saying she "lost votes, lost support and lost confidence " of the people.

Police release first photos of fake explosive belts in London attack

Police release first photos of fake explosive belts in London attack

Commander Dean Haydon, leading the investigation, said: 'I have not seen this tactic in the United Kingdom before, where terrorists create maximum fear by strapping fake explosives to themselves. "It could be that they had plans to take the attack into a siege situation or it might be that they saw it as protection from being shot themselves", the officer said.

Northern Ireland's DUP says talks ongoing with PM May's Conservatives

It's just how long she's going to remain on death row", George Osborne , a former Conservative chancellor, tells the BBC . Still, May's status remains shaky, at best, after the Conservatives' principal rival, the Labour Party, pulled off a dramatically positive showing at the ballot box Thursday.

Death toll rises to eight in London Bridge attack

Rachid is believed to be the attacker who was carrying an ID card issued in Ireland when he was shot dead. Nearly 50 were wounded. Thomas and his girlfriend were visiting London at the time of the attack. "Last year. when I went to England, he was. more rigid", Collina, an Italian convert to Islam, told reporters in a series of interviews at her home in Bologna, Italy.

United Kingdom confirms Brexit talks will go ahead as planned

Speaking in Mexico , Merkel told a news conference: "We are ready for the negotiations. We will wait for the results of these elections but meetings (on Brexit) are going to begin and we are going to defend the interests of the 27 countries which will be in the European Union in the future", Merkel said on Friday.