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UK economic growth revised downwards
The UK economy expanded by less than previously thought in the last three months of 2017, official figures said.
Corbyn to support customs union with EU after Brexit
British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn says his party will campaign to keep the United Kingdom inside a customs union with the European Union (EU) after Brexit, describing the move as necessary for trade and the prevention of a hard border in Northern Ireland.
Iran rejects Yemen missile delivery claims as “foolish scenario”
(International Desk) Iran has once again rejected the allegations about the Islamic Republic's provision of missiles to Yemeni forces, saying such claims are lies and a foolish scenario.
Iran, UK deputy FMs to hold talks in London
Deputy foreign ministers of Iran and the UK are scheduled to hold a meeting in London on Wednesday, Iran envoy to London said.
Shock figures reveal state of UK’s brutal prisons
The scale of the crisis engulfing Britain’s prisons can be revealed, after an Observer investigation found that two-thirds are providing inmates with inadequate conditions or unacceptable treatment.
Wales earthquake is biggest 'onshore UK event' in 10 years
A 4.4 magnitude earthquake shook Wales on Saturday afternoon, according to the British Geological Survey.
UK, Germany reaffirm need for full implementation of Iran deal—British PM
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday that her country and Germany reaffirmed their commitment to Iran’s nuclear deal and the need for full implementation.
UK blames Russia for 'NotPetya' cyber attack in June
The UK has accused Russia of being behind last year's so-called "NotPetya" cyber attack, which allegedly started in Russia and Ukraine before spreading worldwide, affecting thousands of computers.
UK aid chief warns charities after Oxfam sex scandal
The international aid sector must take action to end abuses, Britain's International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt said on Wednesday following a spate of revelations about misconduct at British charity Oxfam.
UK judge refuses to withdraw WikiLeaks founder's arrest warrant
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has lost his legal battle to overturn a British arrest warrant against him, after being held up for more than five years in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
UK sending warship to challenge China at South China Sea
Britain plans to sail a warship to the South China Sea next month at a time of rising tensions between China and the United States, a move likely to anger Beijing.
Oxfam faces more pressure after new report of sex abuse by aid workers
British aid organization Oxfam faced fresh pressure on Tuesday after a former senior member of staff said her concerns about “a culture of sexual abuse” involving aid workers in some of the organization’s offices had been ignored.
UK’s BAE Systems eyeing $2b fighter jet deal with Malaysia
British weapons manufacturer BAE Systems said it has offered Malaysia a $2 billion financing deal backed by the UK government, in a bid to convince the Southeast Asian country to replace its ageing combat aircraft with British-made ones.
Interest rate rise would hit millions in UK who depend on cheap credit
The Bank of England’s warning that it plans to raise interest rates from as early as May will hit millions of low-income families who have only survived financially for a decade by using cheap credit.
UK government warns charities over sex misconduct as Oxfam scandal widens
The UK government has warned all charities that receive British funding to tackle sexual wrongdoing among staff or face having their aid cut, amid further fallout from a prostitution scandal involving Oxfam workers in Haiti in 2011.

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