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  • UK Supreme Court rules Parliament suspension unlawful

    The United Kingdom's Supreme Court rules that Prime Minister Boris Johnson had acted unlawfully when he advised Queen Elizabeth to suspend parliament weeks before Brexit - and that therefore the suspension was void.

  • London attacker was a criminal with militant links

    A British-born former teacher and Muslim convert, Masood had shown up on the periphery of previous terrorism investigations that brought him to the attention of Britain's MI5 spy agency.

  • IS claims responsibility for UK parliament attack

    Islamic State (IS) is responsible for the attack outside Britain's parliament which left five people dead and around 40 injured, says Amaq, a news agency of the militant outfit.

  • Death toll in UK parliament 'terrorist' attack rises to 5

    Five people are killed and about 40 injured in London on Wednesday after a car ploughed into pedestrians and a suspected Islamist-inspired attacker stabbed a policeman close to Britain's parliament.

  • UK politicians unite in tributes to Jo Cox

    David Cameron pays tribute to murdered MP Jo Cox, calling her "one of our most compassionate campaigners". While speaking alongside the prime minister in Cox's West Yorkshire constituency, Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn says Parliament will be recalled on Monday, and labelled her death "an attack on democracy".

  • JS greets Tulip, Rupa, Rushanara

    The Jatiya Sangsad passes a thanksgiving motion unanimously for Tulip Siddiq, granddaughter of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, Rupa Huq and Rushanara Ali on their winning in the British parliament elections.

  • PM returns from UK

    Wrapping up her six-day visit to the United Kingdom, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina returns home.

  • UK MPs want pressure on Bangladesh to end disappearance

    10 British MPs move so that the UK government put pressure on Bangladesh to stop disappearances and extra-judicial killings.