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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge Visit Orphanage in Pakistan
In a day of high tension in Westminster on Saturday, U.K. lawmakers voted by 322 to 306 to force the government to seek another Brexit extension. Here are highlights of speeches by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, opposition Labour Party leader Jerem...
Mayor Sadiq Khan warns that Brexit deal will damage London.
Masked demonstrators clashed with police in central Barcelona on Friday as a fifth day of protests over the jailing of separatist leaders turned violent.
Swinson: 'Important for people to have final say' on Brexit
Gove and Rees-Mogg escorted by police through protests
Chile's President Sebastián Piñera has declared a state of emergency inthe capital Santiago as protests against a rise in the cost of public transport have escalated.
McDonnell warns PM not to break the law over Brexit
Nigel Dodds explains why DUP voted for the Letwin amendment
Actor Patrick Stewart slams the 'Brexit lies' during People's Rally speech.
Demonstrators called for the "downfall of the regime" in Lebanon as tens of thousands took to the streets protesting against corruption and government inaction.
U.K. House of Commons Speaker John Bercow reads the results of a vote in which Parliament refused to approve the Brexit agreement Prime Minister Boris Johnson reached with the European Union until he has got the legislation that enacts it through ...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he will not request a Brexit delay with the European Union after losing a Parliamentary vote 322 to 306 that would require him to do so. Johnson said a further delay would be bad for the country, the EU, and democ...
“Citizens must decide which path we will take in the future – the correct, progressive European path, the path of reforms, or the path that leads backwards, towards isolation, nationalism, conflicts"
Turkey military operation in northern Syria has created a fresh wave of refugees.
People's Vote protesters set off from Park Lane on their march to Parliament
Thousands of People's Vote marchers have arrived at Parliament Square.
Thousands take part in the People's Vote 'Park Lane to Parliament' march.
ERG say they 'overwhelmingly' back PM's Brexit deal
Caroline Flint: Letwin amendment is 'panic measure'
MPs say how they'll vote on the Brexit deal as they arrive at Parliament.
Barclay: Public will be 'appalled' by another Brexit delay
U.K. Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn comments on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal. The Labour leader was responding to the prime minister in an emergency debate in the House of Commons in London before lawmakers vote on Johnson's Brexit deal.
DUP urges Boris Johnson to 'reconsider' Brexit deal
Boris Johnson has arrived at Parliament for a crucial Brexit vote.
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson makes opening remarks at the start of an emergency debate in the House of Commons in London before a knife-edge vote on his Brexit deal. It is only the fourth Saturday sitting of Parliament since World War II.
Johnson departs Downing Street ahead of crucial Brexit vote
Trekking through the muddy peat bog on the A'Mhoine peninsula on the remote north coast of Scotland, it seems hard to imagine that within a couple of years, that this remote, beautiful, wetland landscape could be the UK's first spaceport, launchin...
MUFG's Randy Chafetz sits down with Bloomberg's Sonali Basak to discuss the outlook for Japan's largest bank amid negative interest rates.
Mark Hurd, who was chief executive officer of three major technology companies including Oracle Corp., has died. He was 62. Bloomberg's Brad Stone reflects on Hurd's legacy.
Bloomberg market reporters take a deep dive into all of today's action.
European Commissioner for Economic and Financial Affairs Pierre Moscovici discusses the Brexit agreement reached between U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the European Union.
Former FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell, a partner at Cooley LLP, discusses the multistate lawsuit to block T-Mobile US's proposed purchase of Sprint Corp., China's investment in 5G technology, and the pricing of the transaction.
Boris Johnson and the European Union finally found a middle ground for a new deal. But can it survive the high waters of the British parliament?
Leveraged loan investors are getting increasingly angsty and their fear may be a precursor for more pain to come in the credit markets.