‘EU laws over national laws’: European Union hits Poland and Hungary with sanctions while they deal with over 1.5 million Ukrainian refugees
European Union has decided to impose economic sanctions on its two member states, Poland and Hungary, even as the two countries deal with influx of over 1.5 Million Ukrainian refugees.
UK fuel shortage: London petrol station owner Nerali Patel assaulted, racially abused by British man, suffers head injury
Nerali Patel, 38 and a mother of 2, who runs a BP petrol station at Haverstock Hill, North London, was attacked and violently pushed to the ground by the British man.
Britain doesn’t have enough truck drivers, and now it doesn’t have enough fuel. Read about the fuel crisis where army could get involved
The British Petroleum on Sunday said that nearly a third of its petrol stations in the country had run out of the two main grades of fuel.
Brexit: The UK formally exists European Union, enters transition period that will last till December 31
What global trends suggest and what it means for PM Modi: Pollsters have a tendency to significantly underestimate right-wing votes
If the current 2019 Lok Sabha elections follow the general trend, then again for this election, pollsters will underestimate the vote-share of the PM Modi led NDA quite significantly.
Advani lamented the fact that no one stood up for him during the row.
The leaders on the ‘right’ are often called ‘demagogues’, which is true in the ancient sense of the word.
Dear Liberals, we understand your feeling of hurt and disappointment over the Brexit result.