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Iran raps UK for travel warning: No Iranian prosecuted for dual citizenship
Iran's ambassador to the UK slammed London for warning Iranians living in Britain against visiting Iran, stating that no one is prosecuted by the Islamic Republic merely for dual citizenship.
Iran raps UK for travel warning, says no Iranian prosecuted for dual citizenship
Iran's ambassador to the UK has slammed London for warning Iranians living in Britain against visiting Iran, stating that no one is prosecuted by the Islamic Republic merely for dual citizenship.
Ireland calls for UK to give way on Brexit backstop: FT
Ireland has called on British Prime Minister Theresa May to give way in a crucial Brexit dispute over the Irish border, saying that Dublin’s only objective is to maintain the status quo on the frontier, the Financial Times reported.
UK should end EU migrants preferential treatment: Government committee
The UK government’s migration advisory committee (MAC) has recommended that London should end its special treatment of European Union citizens after it leave the bloc in March next year.
EU migrants contribute far more to UK economy than British people: Report
Migrants from the European Union contribute thousands of pounds more each year to the UK public purse than British people, according to a new report by the think tank Oxford Economics.
UK May says rebels should accept her Brexit deal or face uncertainty
British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned her opponents that if they reject a Brexit deal that might come out of her talks with the European Union, they will be forced to accept a no-deal situation where Britain will leave the bloc leaving trade and other issues unregulated.
My Brexit plan or crash out of EU: UK PM warns rebels
British Prime Minister Theresa May insisted her Brexit plan was the only alternative to leaving the EU without an agreement – something the IMF said Monday would inflict "substantial costs" on the UK economy.
UK growth forecast trimmed by British Chambers of Commerce
The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has lowered its UK growth forecast, and warns by 2020 the economy will have experienced its second-weakest decade.
UK PM: Talk of leadership during Brexit 'irritating'
British Prime Minister Theresa May said Sunday she was "irritated" by speculation about a leadership contest as she slammed former foreign secretary Boris Johnson, seen as her most likely challenger.
NovaSAR: UK radar satellite to track illegal shipping activity
The first all-British radar satellite is set to go into orbit on an Indian rocket.
UK banks profit at ordinary people’s expense: Labour
A senior member of the UK’s opposition Labour Party has accused banks in the country of continually profiting from speculation at the expense of ordinary people, saying if the party ascends to power, it will not allow banks be the “masters of the economy” again.
UK plans to overhaul 'archaic' divorce laws
More details emerged about the UK’s government plans to overhaul ‘archaic’ divorce laws in England and Wales.
Number of male care workers in UK increasing
Kieran Wilding never imagined he’d have a career in care, despite helping out at the residential home where his mum worked when he was younger.
Thousands of prison officers in UK to protest over 'unprecedented violence'
Tens of thousands of prison officers in the UK have been ordered to walk out by their union amid concern by the chief inspector of prisons about dangerous failings at a number of jails.
UK mass spying regime violated human rights: European Court of Human Rights
The UK government’s mass surveillance program known as “Big Brother” violated human rights and had “no real safeguards,” the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has said in a landmark ruling.

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