Several of the leading candidates to become Britain’s next prime minister and take on the challenge of delivering Brexit will launch their leadership campaigns on Monday, as the crowded contest officially begins.
UK PM hopefuls launch campaign centering on Brexit
The UN atomic watchdog's chief said on Monday he was worried about rising tensions over Iran's nuclear program and called for de-escalation through dialogue.
IAEA chief worried about rising tension over Iran nuclear program
Andrea Leadsom, one of the candidates vying for Prime Minister Theresa May’s job, said she would seek a “managed exit” from the European Union on Oct. 31.
PM candidate Leadsom: I am proposing a 'managed' Brexit
European Film Week 2019 began concurrently in eight Iranian cities on Monday, a local official of the Kish Free Zone Organization, Kish Island in southern Iran, said on Monday.
European Film Week 2019 begins in eight Iranian cities concurrently
The UK and South Korea signed an outline free trade agreement (FTA) that seeks to maintain existing trade arrangements post-Brexit.
UK signs post-Brexit free trade deal with South Korea
Britain could face a major disaster if it goes ahead with plans to reopen an out-of-date nuclear power plant in Scotland where hundreds of flaws have been detected over the past years.
UK faces nuclear disaster as it ignores warning on reopening old power plant
Boris Johnson, the leading candidate to succeed Theresa May as Britain’s next prime minister, said he would withhold a previously agreed 39 billion pound ($50 billion) Brexit payment until the European Union gives Britain better exit terms.
UK’s Johnson threatens to withhold $50 billion Brexit payment
Boris Johnson, the leading candidate to succeed Theresa May as Britain’s next prime minister, said he would withhold a previously agreed 39-billion-pound ($50-billion) Brexit payment until the European Union gives Britain better exit terms.
UK’s Boris Johnson says would withhold Brexit bill as PM
Britain will launch a new scheme to pay households producing energy from renewable sources, such as solar panels, for their surplus electricity, the government said on Sunday.
Britain to launch new scheme to pay households for unused renewable power
European Central Bank policymakers are open to cutting the ECB’s policy rate again if economic growth weakens in the remainder of the year and a strong euro hurts a bloc already bearing the brunt of a global trade war, two sources said.
ECB policymakers open to cut rates if growth weakens

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