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Russia vows to respond to Britain over spy attack 'any minute'
Russia vowed Friday to hit back at Britain with its own raft of punitive measures "any minute" after the West blamed it directly for a nerve agent attack on a former double agent.
Russia ‘considering retaliatory measures against Britain’
Russia says it is currently considering “retaliatory measures” against Britain, which has threatened to take punitive measures against Moscow over accusations that the Russian state was behind an alleged nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy in southern England.
UK expels 23 Russian diplomats over spy poisoning
Britain will expel nearly two dozen Russian diplomats, sever high-level bilateral contacts with Moscow and take both open and covert action against the Kremlin after the poisoning of a former spy, the prime minister said Wednesday, plunging UK-Russian relations into their deepest freeze since the Cold War.
Tusk: EU doesn't want a 'wall' with Britain
EU President Donald Tusk said Wednesday the bloc does not want to "build a wall" with Britain as it leaves the bloc but warned in new guidelines for trade talks of a negative economic impact.
Tory MPs' hard Brexit letter to May described as ransom note
More than 60 backbench Conservative MPs have sent Theresa May a list of hard Brexit demands ahead of a crunch meeting, triggering a furious reaction from colleagues who branded the letter a “ransom note”.
EU defends unilateral sanctions against Britain during leave period
European Union authorities have defended as necessary and justified a series of potential punishments against Britain during the time it leaves the continental bloc.
Britain's May promises to be robust with EU over Brexit
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday she would be robust in her arguments during talks to leave the European Union, calling on Parliament to disregard the “noise” surrounding the Brexit talks.
Growing number of refugees, asylum seekers falling into poverty in Britain
The number of refugees and asylum seekers living in food poverty in Britain has soared by 20 percent in a year, as thousands are left destitute even after being granted protection in the UK, The Independent can reveal.
1,000s march in London to protest govt. inaction on NHS crisis, budget cuts
Thousands of people in British capital of London have braved cold weather and rain to march on Downing Street demanding an end to the persisting crisis affecting the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) and challenging Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to adequately fund the NHS.
EU warns Britain it can have no say during Brexit transition
The European Union has warned Britain that it cannot expect to have a say in EU decision-making once it departs from the bloc, including during a two-year transition period starting from 2019 meant to help smooth the exit.
British PM faces pressure over Brexit law
British Prime Minister Theresa May came under further pressure over her Brexit blueprint on Monday, with members of the upper house of parliament saying there were "fundamental flaws" in a law crucial to the departure.
May faces Conservative revolt over indefinite detention of immigrants
The government of Prime Minister Theresa May is facing a revolt by Conservative over the indefinite detention of immigrants in Britain.
Britain risks losing green protections after Brexit
Greener UK believes that there may be a ‘lack of willpower to ensure high standards across the UK.’
Britain appoints 'minister for loneliness' to tackle social isolation
Britain has appointed a "minister for loneliness" to tackle modern public health problems associated with social isolation affecting millions of people in t he UK.
Britain must urgently bridge policy gaps to meet emissions target
Britain must urgently lay out further policies to meet its domestic emissions targets, the government’s climate advisers said.

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