A Conservative welfare policy estimated to cost some working families in the UK hundreds of pounds a year is likely to be brought to an end five years after it was first imposed, the secretary of state for work and pensions signaled.
Rudd: UK benefits freeze likely to end in 2020
Danske Bank (DANSKE.CO), which is embroiled in a major money laundering case linked to its Estonian branch, may come under formal investigation for a second time in France, it said on Friday.
Danish Danske Bank says may be investigated again in France
Vlastimil Gular's life took an unwelcome turn a year ago: Minor surgery on his vocal cords revealed throat cancer, which led to the loss of his larynx and with it, his voice.
New app gives throat cancer patients their voice back
The British parliament has approved a crucial amendment to Prime Minister Theresa May’s deal to take the country out of the European Union (EU), allowing MPs to come up with their own alternative plans.
In crushing blow to May’s Brexit plan, Parliament allows alternative scenarios
Personnel responsible for security at three major airports in Germany have planned a strike over salaries.
Security personnel to go on strike in 3 German airports
Former prime minister of Italy Paolo Gentiloni highlighted his country’s “historical commitment” to broadening trade ties with Iran, stressing that Italy should adopt policies that are independent of the US.
Former Italian PM underlines close economic ties with Iran
German imports fell unexpectedly in November, outstripping a drop in exports and widening the trade surplus, data showed on Wednesday, in a further sign that Europe’s largest economy is likely to post meager growth in the fourth quarter of 2018.
Weak German imports widen trade surplus in November
London remained the top destination in Europe for technology investment in 2018, with nearly double the amount being plowed into companies in the British capital than nearest rival Berlin, data showed on Wednesday.
London remains top destination for European tech funding
UK military experts are to begin an operation to demolish the house of a former Russian spy who were poisoned last year along his daughter in the southern English town of Salisbury.
UK to dismantle home of ex-Russia spy affected in suspected poisoning

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