Tottering Theresa May names new UK Cabinet as critics circle

May's office said Saturday that the Democratic Unionist Party , which has 10 seats in Parliament, had agreed to a "confidence and supply" arrangement with the government. But Mr Corbyn said: "I don't think Theresa May and this government have any credibility". There had been speculation Mr Hammond, the Chancellor, would be vulnerable in a post-election re-shuffle and the decision to leave him in the Treasury was being seen as a sign of her weakness after her Commons majority was wiped ...

Police make new arrests after London and Manchester terror attacks

So far, 21 people have been arrested as part of that investigation and 12 of them have been released without charge. "Our work necessarily involves making hard judgments about how to prioritize the resources available to us at a time when the facing a severe and high tempo terrorist threat", police said.

Britain's May seeks deal to cling to power

Johnson tweeted that an article in the Mail on Sunday newspaper headlined "Boris set to launch bid to be PM as May clings on" was "tripe". The 10 DUP MPs could prove crucial in supporting the Conservatives on key votes. Britain's bestselling Sun newspaper said senior members of the party had vowed to get rid of May, but would wait at least six months because they were anxious that a leadership contest could propel Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn into power.

Body of Frenchman missing after London terror attack recovered from Thames

The 29-year-old man was detained in Newham, east London - the 18th person to be arrest in the inquiry. Reaction to the attack has dominated the final days of campaigning before Thursday's general election, with opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and others criticizing May for cutting police numbers by roughly 20,000 during her tenure as home secretary.

Talks between Conservative Party, DUP over power deal are 'ongoing'

Talks between Conservative Party, DUP over power deal are 'ongoing'

Their influence had increasingly angered senior ministers. This comes as George Osborne said Mrs May's days in Downing Street were clearly numbered. The resignations of Timothy and Hill, on whom May has been heavily reliant since her previous job at the interior ministry, will be a personal blow.

SCO Summit calls for united fight against terrorism

Against the backdrop of India's opposition to China's ambitious "One Belt, One Road" ( OBOR ) initiative and with President Xi Jinping listening, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday said that sovereignty and regional integrity should be respected on issues of connectivity.