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EU to toughen Brexit stance on Britain, the ‘gangster’
The EU will harden its position on Brexit trade talks after London said it would only pay its divorce bill if it got a deal, leading European parliamentarians said on Tuesday.
British FM: Visit to Iran 'worthwhile'
Britain's Foreign Secretary described his visit to Iran as 'worthwhile' and said that the two sides agree that the nuclear deal should be preserved.
Britain, EU in historic deal to open Brexit trade talks
Britain and the European Union reached a historic deal on Brexit divorce terms on Friday that allows them to open up talks on a future relationship after the split.
Reports: Britain thwarts plot to kill May
Two men have been charged with a plot to kill British Prime Minister Theresa May and a court hearing on the case is expected on Wednesday, British media reported.
Britain, EU close in on Brexit deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May closed in on a divorce deal with European Union chiefs on Monday with last-minute progress on the thorny issue of the Irish border after months of deadlock.
Number of youth acting as 'money mules' doubles in Britain
The number of young people caught acting as ‘money mules’ has doubled in the past four years, according to the UK's fraud prevention service, Cifas.
Britain says no link between 400 million pound debt owed to Iran and jailed aid worker
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesman said on Thursday there was no link between a 400 million pound ($528 million) debt owed to Iran and the fate of a jailed Iranian-British aid worker.
UK Cabinet in Turmoil after 'Orwellian' letter to British PM
The possibility of UK Prime Minister Theresa May stepping down seems more and more likely following the revelation of a scandalous 'for your eyes only' set of secret Conservative Party demands.
Britain, sixth fattest nation
Spiraling obesity levels have left Britain the sixth fattest nation in the world, with rates rising faster even than those in the US, a new report showed.
British foreign secretary urges int'l community to stick to Iran deal
Iran nuclear deal makes the world safer, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says, noting that’s why it is vital that the international community sticks to the deal.
British retailers hit by worst non-food sales on record
Sales of non-food items grew at the slowest pace since records began as families chose days out over shopping, the British Retail Consortium has said.
Fourth industrial revolution could unlock £445bn for UK
Britain’s manufacturing sector could unlock £455 billion over the next decade and create thousands of jobs if it cracks the fourth industrial revolution and carves out a successful post Brexit future.
UN approves Iran-proposed nuclear disarmament resolution
A resolution proposed by Iran aimed at the disarmament of nuclear states has been approved by the United Nations despite obstruction of the US and its allies.
Iran’s envoy: British companies call for further economic ties
Iran’s Ambassador to London, Hamid Baeidinejad, said British companies are interested in doing business with Iran and are calling for expansion of economic ties.
UK arms sales to Saudis topped £1.1b in first half of 2017
Britain’s sales of military equipment to Saudi Arabia hit £1.1 billion in the first six months of this year, according to the latest government data.
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