The time is drawing near for the impending birth of the first child for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex. The couple is keeping many details about Meghan’s pregnancy and birth plan private and say they don’t know the baby’s gender yet. London’s savvy legal bookmakers believe the baby is likely to be a girl. They had to close betting on the name due to the heavy volume of bets favoring a baby girl.
Almost three years after Britons voted to leave the EU, the date and terms of its departure are still up in the air.
Thousands of people gathered in the center of London Saturday to demand a second Brexit referendum so that Britons can rethink whether they want to leave the European Union. (March 23)
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With the clock ticking down to a much-feared no-deal Brexit, unless Britain obtains a last-minute postponement from Brussels, many people in Eymet, a picturesque village in the Dordogne region of France are still adopting a wait-and-see approach.
Big-hearted Britons are writing thousands of uplifting messages to be delivered to single seniors on Valentine’s Day in a project aimed at alleviating loneliness. The letters and cards are being sent via in special red post-boxes set up in locations across London and several other cities.
Videographic showing how the four nations of the United Kingdom voted in the EU referendum in 2016. Britons who have changed their minds since voting to leave the European Union are among those uniting to call for another chance to reverse the decision in 2019. VIDEOGRAPHICS
British people share their frustration and concern as British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a no-confidence motion from her own party over the unpopular Brexit deal she struck with EU leaders last month. The move has plunged her deeper into her biggest crisis since she took office after Britons voted in June 2016 to leave the European Union.
Tens of thousands of Britons dreading life outside Europe rally in the heart of London in a bid to try and stop their country’s looming breakup with the EU. IMAGES
Queen Elizabeth II welcomes US President Donald Trump to Windsor Castle for a meeting which many Britons find the toughest part of his trip to swallow. Trump and his wife Melania watch a military ceremony together with the 92-year-old British monarch outside Windsor Castle.
Queen Elizabeth II welcomes US President Donald Trump to Windsor Castle for a meeting which many Britons find the toughest part of his trip to swallow. IMAGES