A group of British parents are planning legal action to ensure their children are housed in residential care homes close to where they live.
British parents unite to fight the ‘farming out’ of children to distant care homes
Iran’s Foreign Ministry dismissed the allegations raised in the final statement of the Warsaw Conference held in Poland, describing the communiqué as proof of the anti-Iran meeting’s failure.
Iran: Warsaw conference final statement indicates meeting’s failure
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras appointed George Katrougalos on Friday as foreign minister, relinquishing a post he had temporarily filled himself after the departure of Nikos Kotzias in October 2018, the government’s spokesman said on Friday.
Greek PM hands over Foreign Ministry in mini-reshuffle of cabinet
Many black pupils in England are having their education dumbed down after being wrongly identified as having one of a range special needs, a study said.
Black pupils' schooling ‘dumbed down’ in England ‘over special needs’
England’s prisons system was unprepared for the arrival of new psychoactive drugs like spice and has been playing ‘catch-up’ ever since, the prisons minister, Rory Stewart, said.
Minister: England’s prisons 'playing catch-up to psychoactive drug use'
The second most senior member of the UK opposition Labour Party has caused a huge uproar by branding Britain’s World War ll era prime minister Winston Churchill a "villain" amid a growing public debate about the true personality of "great British leaders".
Senior Labour MP says ex-UK PM Winston Churchill was a ‘villain’
The Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte has launched a disparaging attack on Britain as the country seeks to leave the European Union, saying the UK has become a “diminished” country in the years following the Brexit referendum.
UK is now a ‘diminished country’ too small to prosper outside EU: Dutch PM
The government of British Prime Minister Theresa May has yet to roll over more than £100 billion in existing foreign trade deals less than two month before the March 29 deadline for leaving the European Union (EU).
UK yet to secure £100bn in international trade as Brexit deadline nears
The European Union has convened a wide-ranging industrial group to work on promoting the euro and fighting the monopoly of the US dollar in oil and commodities trading, reflecting broader tensions with Washington over trade and sanctions.
EU to tackle dollar dominance in energy trade

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