A new study shows that the number of people sentenced to life in prison in the United Kingdom well exceeds figures in other European countries.
UK top in Europe for number of life sentence prisoners: Study
The Kremlin has rejected the United States’ criticism of Russian military flights to Venezuela, saying remarks made by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about the issue were “inappropriate.”
Russia rejects US criticism of bombers’ flight to Venezuela
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in a message reiterated Iran's support for the intra-Yemeni talks underway in Sweden.
Zarif reiterates Iran’s support for Yemeni peace talks
Embattled British Prime Minister Theresa May embarked on a tour of European capitals on Tuesday in a desperate bid to salvage her Brexit deal, a day after delaying a parliamentary vote on the text to avoid a crushing defeat.
May tours Europe in desperate bid to save Brexit deal
British workers had their biggest pay rise in a decade in the three months to October as the country’s strong labor market showed no sign of weakening ahead of Brexit, official figures showed on Tuesday.
UK workers get biggest pay rise in a decade
Young people in the UK are highly skeptical about advancement being a reality, according to a survey from the relaunched Social Mobility Commission.
Young highly skeptical of UK social mobility
Police investigating the murder of British backpacker Grace Millane are looking for a shovel believed to be connected to the inquiry.
Police in search of long-handled shovel
Absolutely – one of the UK’s longest-established courier companies, has added to their fleet with the launch of new electric cargo vehicles.
British company launches eco-friendly vehicles
British Prime Minister Theresa May has finally decided to postpone a crunch parliamentary vote on her European Union withdrawal agreement, saying she would seek further assurances from the EU over a controversial clause in the agreement which outlines contingencies for the future situation of border on the island of Ireland.
May defers Brexit vote in parliament amid rows over ‘backstop’
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has finally ruled that the United Kingdom can cancel a 2016 decision to leave the European Union without gaining the approval of other bloc members.
EU court rules Britain can unilaterally cancel Brexit

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