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UK appears determined to escalate unrest in Hong Kong
Britain has stepped up the pressure on China by accusing the People’s Republic of torturing a former employee of the UK’s consulate in Hong Kong.
UK Conservatives under fire for Twitter deception in debate
Britain’s Conservative Party was accused Wednesday of trying to deceive voters by changing the name of its press office Twitter account to “factcheckUK” during a televised election debate between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.
China warns UK, US against 'external interference' in Hong Kong affairs
China will not budge on opposing interference of “any” type in the internal affairs of Hong Kong by “some Western countries,” an apparent reference to the governments in Washington and London, a Chinese envoy has warned.
Probe unearths UK 'war crimes' in Iraq, Afghanistan
The British government and UK armed forces have been accused of hiding evidence related to the killing of civilians by British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Trees are the ultimate long-term project in UK
The UK needs 1.5 billion new trees to tackle the climate crisis — a Northumberland project is showing one way forward
Labour promises free full-fibre broadband internet for all UK
Jeremy Corbyn leader of the Labour party, speaking at a meeting in Lancaster, has pledged to provide free full-fibre broadband internet to every home and business in all areas of the UK, should Labour win the general election.
Legal challenge to force UK government to release Russia report
It seems that the report on the alleged Russian interference in British politics is so embarrassing that the UK government prefers to tolerate the mounting criticism and pressure from within and without rather than publish it.
UK shares dip as Trump fails to soothe trade nerves
UK stocks retreated on Wednesday as traders grew weary of mixed signals from US President Donald Trump about the progress of trade talks with China, while Tullow Oil slid after slashing production targets.
TV ad banned in UK for encouraging children to ‘get likes and followers’
An “irresponsible” television advert for a children's app that encouraged them to “get likes and followers” was banned in the UK following mental health concerns.
Hillary Clinton says the UK's decision is 'inexplicable and shameful'
The British government’s refusal to publish a report into alleged covert Russian activity in Britain continues to provoke intense controversy.
UK conducts aggressive cyber operations against state targets
The United Kingdom likes to paint itself as a victim of cyber warfare. British officials are continually at pains to raise awareness of the issue.
UK outlook cut to negative by Moody’s on policy ‘paralysis’
The UK’s sovereign credit rating was placed on negative outlook by Moody’s Investors Service, which said the country’s ability to set policy has weakened in the Brexit era along with its commitment to fiscal discipline.
Last general election under First-Past-the-Post?
The UK is set for a very different general election on 12 December, the third one in four years. For many voters, it will be something of a second referendum on Brexit.
Iran’s nuclear countermeasures meant to salvage JCPOA: Envoy to UK
Iran’s envoy to the UK says Tehran’s phased cuts in its commitments under a 2015 multilateral nuclear deal are only aimed at salvaging the very agreement, which was undermined in the wake of the United States’ withdrawal and the Europeans’ failure to boost trade with Iran.

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