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Iran releases British-flagged oil tanker
A UK-flagged oil tanker held by Iran since July was released on Friday and was heading toward the United Arab Emirates, an Iranian organization as well as the company that owns the vessel confirmed.
Iran: British tanker detention lifted, but investigation ongoing
Iran's Foreign Ministry said a detention order on the British-flagged tanker Stena Impero was lifted on Wednesday, but added that an investigation into the vessel was ongoing.
British tanker geared up for release: Iran
Iran’s government spokesman Ali Rabiei said on Monday that legal steps had been made towards the release of the detained British-flagged tanker Stena Impero which is now ‘free to leave,’ IRNA reported.
Pound jumps on Brexit hopes as global stocks firm
The British pound hit a seven-week high against the dollar Friday amid easing fears of a no-deal Brexit.
British authorities expect huge protests in the run-up to Brexit
Yesterday’s massive demonstrations against Boris Johnson’s and the Queen’s decision to suspend parliament may well be a harbinger of things to come as Britain moves deeper into unchartered political territory.
Johnson’s parliament plan not serving British national interests: Analyst
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan to suspend parliament for five weeks as the government’s Brexit deadline approaches is “unprecedented” and serves his own political agenda, not British national interests, says a commentator.
Where does the tendency toward violence in British women come from?
A society can turn a cute little girl into a monstrous serial killer and this is exactly what is happening in the UK. Newly released data indicate a 73% rise in knife possession by British women and girls and a 10 percent increase, year on year since 2014, in recorded female knife possession offenses.
What does ‘prorogation' mean for Brexit and British politics?
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s request for suspension of parliament is set to dramatically raise the stakes in the closing stages of the fraught Brexit process.
British Council targets African culture to advance British interests
From the southern tip of the black continent to West Africa and the Horn of Africa, the British Council is actively promoting British interests through ostensibly “cultural” and “educational” programmes.
Aras Amiri's conviction likely to focus attention on the British Council's covert role
Eerily similar to the Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe case, the British media has taken up the cause of yet another individual convicted by the Iranian courts on national security charges.
EU’s Tusk rejects British PM Johnson’s backstop proposal
European Council President Donald Tusk said on Tuesday British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's demands to drop the Brexit backstop came with no "realistic alternatives" and amounted to seeking a return to controls along the sensitive Irish border.
British establishment applies 'bureaucratic obstructionism' to thwart Scottish independence poll
The Electoral Commission has waded into the debate on Scottish independence by requesting to vet the question for a new Scottish independence vote.
The relentless sale of British assets to foreigners shows no sign of abating
News that Turkey’s military pension fund has reached a deal to buy embattled British Steel will come as a disappointment to supporters of British industry.
UN experts find British-made bomb parts at site of Saudi strike in Yemen
A United Nations panel of experts has discovered parts of British-made weapons in Yemen, which has been the scene of a bloody Saudi-led military campaign.
Analysis: Examining British Support for the Bahraini Dictatorship
On the evening of July 26, Bahraini embassy staff in London attempted to throw a protester, one Moosa Abd-Ali, off the roof.

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