Russian Helicopters company is planning to launch serial production of multipurpose Ka-62 choppers and sell the first four aircraft in 2020, the company CEO, Andrey Boginsky, said on Wednesday.
CEO: Russia to sell first batch of Ka-62 choppers in 2020
May begins Parliament quest
A top official at the European Union’s highest court advised Tuesday that Britain can unilaterally change its mind about leaving the European Union, boosting hopes among pro-EU campaigners in the UK that Brexit can be stopped.
EU court adviser: UK could change its mind on Brexit
Britain’s opposition Labour Party is ramping up the pressure on Prime Minister Theresa May, saying it will call a no-confidence vote in the Conservative leader if Parliament rejects her Brexit deal on Dec. 11.
UK’s Labour will try to topple May if Brexit deal rejected
The UK is entering a new era of prefab homes with the opening of a Yorkshire factory that will build fully-fitted three-bedroom homes with a price tag as low as £65,000.
£65,000 prefab homes go into production in UK
A university in Hungary, created to foster democracy in post-communist central Europe, seems about to be pushed over the border into Austria.
Hungarian university faces final deadline
A million plants from every corner of the globe are tucked away inside the cabinets that line the walls.
UK’s botanical treasure troves 'under huge threat'
A UK minister resigned saying a row over involvement in the EU's Galileo satellite-navigation system exposes British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal as "naïve."
British science minister resigns over PM’s 'naive' Brexit deal
From electric bikes and foldup drones to combat robots and digital skipping ropes, in what follows the Guardian presented a list of the year’s most desirable technological gadgets.
Twenty best technological gadgets of 2018
Scientists say there is hope that some ash forests will be able to survive a devastating tree disease.
Ash woodlands 'may flourish once again'

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