Results of a bombshell poll released in the UK shows support for the ruling Conservative Party has plummeted significantly as the opposition Labour Party surges in the run-up to the upcoming local elections.
Poll shows Labour is surging in run-up to UK elections
The UK government has decided to sack a senior adviser after he suggested in an interview that the problem of Islamophobia is not real.
UK government adviser sacked over comments on Islamophobia
The Bank of England could be set a target for house price inflation under plans being explored by the Labour party, with tougher powers to restrict mortgage lending to close the gap between property prices and average incomes.
Labour considers house price inflation target for Bank of England
Amnesty International says it is joining a fresh legal fight to end Britain’s weapons sales to Saudi Arabia, as the kingdom continues to kill Yemeni women and children in its years-long war against the impoverished southern neighbor.
Amnesty to join legal fight against UK arms sales to Saudi amid Yemen atrocities
Britain’s retailers warned that Brexit uncertainty is holding consumers back from making bigger purchases, after a disappointing month for sales in March.
UK shoppers avoiding big buys due to Brexit uncertainty
Iran’s ambassador to the United Kingdom has called US government’s blacklisting of Iran’s elite military force as a ploy to help Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu win the upcoming elections in the occupied Palestinian territories.
Blacklisting IRGC meant to help Israel’s Netanyahu: Iran envoy
A mother and her children have been attacked with acid in broad daylight in the British capital London as police and security forces struggle with a historic surge in violence on the streets.
Mother and girl injured in acid attack on UK capital
Romania's former president Ion Iliescu has been ordered to stand trial for crimes against humanity for his role in the deadly aftermath of the 1989 revolution that toppled the country's communist regime, prosecutors say.
Romania ex-pres. to be tried for crimes against humanity
The UK government is planning a special watchdog to monitor and regulate social media activity in the country as more people become victims of harmful content shared online without proper scrutiny.
UK to tighten restrictions on social media through new watchdog
Business confidence has crashed to the lowest point since 2012, and the economy is only growing because firms are stockpiling ahead of Brexit, according to a key sentiment indicator.
Business confidence in UK hits lowest ebb since financial crisis

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