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Britain facing most prolonged investment slump in 17 years
Brexit uncertainty and a global economic slowdown amid the US-China trade war has set Britain on course for the most prolonged slump in business investment in 17 years, according to the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
British PM claims 'huge' Brexit progress
Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisted Sunday that "huge" progress was being made in Brexit talks and declared Britain would break out of the European Union just like the comicbook hero Hulk.
Recession looms for Britain
GDP figures for the second quarter showed the UK economy going into reverse as some of the stock building that took place in the first quarter unwound and investment continued to fall. Exports also fell back, though this was offset by an even sharper drop in imports.
Britain must settle EU bill even after no-deal Brexit – EU executive
The European Union expects Britain to honor all financial obligations made during its membership of the bloc even after a no-deal Brexit, a spokeswoman for the European Commission said on Monday.
France, Britain aim to show unity on Iran as G7 looms
UK unlikely to change Iran stance despite Trump meeting
France and Britain aim to present a united front on the issue of Iran – where they have been at odds with the United States – as major world powers prepared to discuss Iran and other topics at the G7 Summit.
Why does the UK think it is still controlling China?
China accuses Britain of "basking in the faded glory of British colonialism". Britain’s reaction, to the internal affairs of China, has damaged the relations between two countries.
Thousands protest in Britain for Kashmir outside Indian High Commission
Thousands of people, many waving Pakistani and Kashmiri flags, protested outside the Indian High Commission in London on Thursday in support of the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.
Britain is more involved in Kashmir's affairs than the FCO likes to admit
India’s revocation of Kashmir’s special status has attracted widespread international concern. Fears are centred on greater repression in Kashmir following the revocation of Article 370, which guaranteed the disputed region’s “special status” in India.
No-deal Brexit could deepen No-deal Brexit's shortage of medicines: Experts
As the Oct. 31 deadline for Britain to leave the European Union approaches, health professionals are warning that shortages of some medicines could worsen in Europe in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Failing to form a ‘European’ coalition Britain reverts to type by joining the USA
Britain’s decision to join the US “coalition” to supposedly “protect” shipping in the Persian Gulf, has not come as a surprise to observers.
Britain: EU must change its negotiating terms for Brexit
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, must go back to the bloc's leaders to change the terms of the talks because Britain's parliament will not accept the current deal, British Brexit Minister Stephen Barclay said on Sunday.
Britain to spend an extra $2.6 billion on no-deal Brexit planning
Britain said it is ramping up preparations for a no-deal Brexit by spending an extra 2.1 billion pounds ($2.6 billion) to stockpile medicines, hire more border officials and fund one of the biggest peacetime advertising campaigns.
Facts and Figures about Britain’s Crumbling Royal Navy
Britain’s Royal Navy once had pride of place in an empire where the sun was never supposed to set. Boasting fearsome names like Dauntless, Indefatigable and Ultimatum, this formidable fleet underpinned Britain’s global role.
UK consumer lending growth  sinks to five-year low in June
Britain’s housing market picked up modestly in June with a stronger-than-expected rise in mortgage approvals, but consumer lending growth slowed to a fresh five-year low, Bank of England figures showed on Monday.

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