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British cabinet standoff over £30,000 threshold for skilled migrants
The British government’s post-Brexit immigration plans could face further delay amid a cabinet standoff over the minimum income threshold for future migrants, which ministers have warned is too high.
Bleak midwinter for British landlords as retailers demand rent cuts
The Internet and tightened purse strings have hit stores, but indebted property owners are barely in a better position.
Members of British cabinet starkly differ on future Brexit plans: Report
Reports in the British media suggest key members of Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet are at war on how to handle the aftermaths of a potential no vote in the parliament on government’s European Union withdrawal agreement.
British charity anticipates hundreds of thousands of calls for help during festive period
The Samaritans expects to receive hundreds of thousands of calls over the festive period, with figures revealing that one in three people who contacted the British charity on Christmas Day last year were seeking help with loneliness.
British backpacker's body returned to family
The body of British backpacker Grace Millane was formally identified and returned to her family.
British company launches eco-friendly vehicles
Absolutely – one of the UK’s longest-established courier companies, has added to their fleet with the launch of new electric cargo vehicles.
May defers Brexit vote in parliament amid rows over ‘backstop’
British Prime Minister Theresa May has finally decided to postpone a crunch parliamentary vote on her European Union withdrawal agreement, saying she would seek further assurances from the EU over a controversial clause in the agreement which outlines contingencies for the future situation of border on the island of Ireland.
Fewer British young people in treatment for drugs yet more admit to use
The number of young people in treatment for drug abuse in England has fallen for the ninth successive year, despite a rise in the proportion who admit to using drugs.
Christmas cheer at British school after ban lifted
A British school that threatened to ban Christmas has been persuaded to reinstate it by "thoughtful" pupils.
Four million British workers live in poverty, charity says
More than 500,000 British workers have been swept into working poverty over the past five years, according to a report that shows the number of people with a job but living below the breadline has risen faster than employment.
British councils appeal for cash injection to avoid ‘catastrophic collapse’
Council leaders from some of Britain’s biggest cities are demanding an emergency cash injection to stop a “catastrophic collapse” of authorities that have faced the biggest cuts to their support.
Ofsted: British parents 'must not abdicate duties' to teachers
British parents should not expect schools to police children's eating and exercise, or toilet train pupils, the boss of the Office for Standards in Education, Children's Services and Skills (Ofsted), Amanda Spielman, will say this week.
British firm develops smart watering technology for optimum irrigation
Showing the way towards optimum utilization of water in farming through Artificial Intelligence, a British firm developed a smart watering system which is being used in many agricultural farms in Gujarat – India's westernmost state – and Rajasthan – a northern state in the country.
British science minister resigns over PM’s 'naive' Brexit deal
A UK minister resigned saying a row over involvement in the EU's Galileo satellite-navigation system exposes British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal as "naïve."
British women gain higher earnings from degrees
Women in the UK are much more likely than men to get an increase in earnings from going to university, said an analysis of salaries at the age of 29 by a British institute.

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