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Confusion and controversy bedevils UK’s planned Mali deployment
There is growing controversy about Britain’s planned deployment of 250 troops to Mali later this year, which has been widely described as the most dangerous since the UK’s military intervention in Afghanistan.
Britain’s economy dangerously exposed as coronavirus fear grips global markets
A sense of panic was palpable in all corners of the international financial system on Friday as coronavirus cases spread relentlessly across Europe, the Americas and reached sub-Saharan Africa for the first time.
Britain calls for 'binding' obligations on EU financial market access
Britain said on Thursday it wants “legally binding” obligations on access to the European Union financial market coupled with arrangements for maintaining trust as rules evolve.
MI5 bosses reported to be wary of 'bullying' and over-ambitious Patel
Britain’s hard right Home Secretary, Priti Patel, is under renewed pressure today as reports emerge of a serious rift between her and the chiefs of the Security Service, MI5.
Storm Ciara hits flights, trains as Britain, Germany battered
Storm Ciara lashed Britain with heavy rain and winds of more than 90 miles an hour (145 km/hour) on Sunday, forcing the cancellations of flights, train services and sports matches.
Britain's ambassador returns to Iran, urges bilateral talks on important issues
Britain’s Ambassador to Iran Robert Macaire says he is back in Tehran, stressing the importance of holding talks between Iran and Britain to achieve progress on issues that are important to both countries.
Britain sounds tough on EU trade talks with ‘UK first’ policy
Britain laid out a tough opening stance for future talks with the European Union on Sunday, saying it would set its own agenda rather than meeting the bloc’s rules to ensure frictionless trade.
Britain's Prince Charles wants to visit Iran: Sunday Times
The heir to the British throne, Prince Charles, would like to make an official visit to Iran, he said in an interview with the Sunday Times newspaper.
Tories to introduce new counter-terrorism bill in March
Freshly invigorated by their resounding success in last month’s general election, the hard right Tory government is pressing ahead with its plans to radicalise Britain’s security environment even further.
Britain's Prince Harry, wife to give up royal titles
Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle will give up their royal titles and public funding as part of a settlement with the Queen to start a new life away from the British monarchy.
EU Brexit spokesman says Britain assured him about those who do not apply for settled status
The UK government has sought to reassure the EU that its citizens living in the UK will not be deported if they fail to apply for settled status, the European parliament’s Brexit co-ordinator has said. UK Ministers, however, have refused calls to give EU citizens physical proof of their right to stay in the UK after Brexit for fear of “another Windrush” setting off fresh anger.
More than 10,000 child refugees risked their lives to enter Britain
More than 10,000 unaccompanied children are believed to have entered the UK over the past decade using dangerous methods such as hiding in the back of a lorry according to new analysis that raises fresh scrutiny over the Home Office’s approach toward helping young refugees.
UK to lose more than EU from no trade deal
Britain stands to lose more than the European Union if the two fail to strike a trade deal by the end of next year, head of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen told the European Parliament on Wednesday.
BBC 'played a part' in Labour's election defeat: Shadow transport secretary
Britain’s state-funded BBC has “played a part” in contributing to the Labour Party's heavy defeat in the general election last week, a senior Labour MP has said.

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