UK Prime Minister, Theresa May’s cabinet shake-up has been named one of the most brutal in recent history. David Cameron’s right-hand man and former Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne apparently left No.11 Downing Street by the back door after being sacked by Theresa May yesterday morning. Following Osborne was David Cameron’s Education Secretary, Nicky …
London, UK — Just over a week after the UK voted to leave the European Union, British parliament faces leadership contests on both sides of the bench.
Officials of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia have voiced their shock and concern after Brexit results, however, these countries repeated their firm determination to join EU.
Recently, Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan suggested that a referendum on whether the nation should proceed with its accession to the EU, should occur in Turkey in the near future.
With the United Kingdom fast approaching its referendum on whether or not to leave the European Union, the rift between the Prime Minister and his backbenchers continues to widen.