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Murder and other violent crimes surge in Britain
The number of murders and other violent crimes involving weapons continues to rise in England and Wales, official figures show, despite years of initiated efforts to decrease crime rates across the UK.
UK arms sales serving interest of few in Britain: Expert
Britain’s arms sale to autocratic regimes around the world, especially in the Persian Gulf region, is a long-standing policy which only serves a small portion of the country’s population, an expert says.
Britain detains two for neo-Nazi membership
Two Britons were jailed on Wednesday after being convicted of belonging to a banned white supremacist group following a trial in which another defendant had earlier pleaded guilty to plotting to kill an elected MP.
'Entirely possible' to die of infected insect bite in Britain
Infected insect bites could kill you right here in Britain, an expert has warned.
Huge protests to greet Trump as he arrives in Britain
US President Donald Trump has arrived in Britain for a four-day visit during which he will meet UK Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth, and also face mass protests over his policies.
Britain's May reasserts authority after Brexit resignations
British Prime Minister Theresa May moved to reassert her authority on Tuesday after two top cabinet members quit and launched broadsides against her Brexit plans, winning support from many of her ministers including a leading eurosceptic.
Boris Johnson resigns as UK foreign secretary, throwing Brexit into disarray
Boris Johnson on Monday resigned as British foreign secretary, becoming the third minister in 24 hours to walk out of the government rather than back Prime Minister Theresa May’s plans for a soft departure from the European Union.
EU says 'last call' for Britain in Brexit talks
European Union president Donald Tusk issued a "last call" Friday for Britain to explain what it wants from Brexit, as the bloc warned time was running out and stepped up preparations for the prospect of no deal.
Key UK Brexit bill becomes law
Britain passed a Brexit hurdle as its flagship European Union Withdrawal Bill became law Tuesday. But the government faced a new warning from business that uncertainty about the UK's departure from the EU was putting investment and jobs at risk.
Britain-built satellite on mission to test ways to collect space junk
Britain's mission to test ways to clean up space junk has been deployed for the first time from the International Space Station, it was revealed Friday.
Pro-EU protesters march in London, demand new vote on Brexit
Thousands of anti-Brexit protesters marched Saturday in London to demand a new referendum on leaving the European Union, as a divided Britain marked the second anniversary of its vote to quit the bloc.
Setting up new showdown, May rejects Brexit proposal
Prime Minister Theresa May will not accept a proposal to hand Parliament more control over Brexit, a source said on Tuesday, setting up a showdown with MPs who want to prevent Britain from crashing out of the European Union without a deal.
British spies still using torture to get information: Labour
Britain’s spies are still sharing intelligence obtained under torture in breach of their official guidance, the UK Labour Party has revealed in a letter to Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
‘The clock is ticking,’ EU tells Brexit Britain
The European Union on Monday warned Britain time was running out to seal a Brexit deal this autumn and ensure London does not crash out of the bloc next March, adding to pressure on the embattled Prime Minister Theresa May.
Facebook to clearly label political advertising in Britain, CTO says
Facebook will introduce new measures to boost transparency around adverts in Britain by June this year and require political ads to be clearly labeled, the firm’s Chief Technology Officer told a British parliamentary committee.

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