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UK, France, US lack courage to pressure Saudis over Yemen
London, Paris, and Washington are lacking the political courage to pressure Saudi Arabia over the Yemeni conflict and to ensure that Riyadh is held accountable, Bruno Stagno-Ugarte, the deputy executive director for advocacy at Human Rights Watch told Sputnik.
Call for UK ban on 'grotesquely sugary' freakshakes
The campaign group Action on Sugar is demanding a ban on freakshakes and all milkshakes with more than 300 calories.
UK lawmaker faces lengthy ban over sexual harassment
A member of Britain’s upper house of parliament, the House of Lords, could be banned for three years for sexually harassing a woman.
UN envoy says UK can help all who hit hard times
What tells you most about a society is how it treats its poor and vulnerable, the UN special rapporteur on poverty and human rights, Philip Alston, told a packed public meeting held in the UK’s poorest neighborhood on Sunday.
Labour rebels, UK PM’s only hope for Brexit deal: Analyst
The rebels in Britain’s opposition Labour Party are Prime Minister Theresa May’s only hope for approving a deal in Parliament on the country’s withdrawal from the European Union, a political analyst in London says.
UK military could be used in the event of a 'no-deal' Brexit
Britain’s armed forces are preparing for contingency plans to prevent a crisis if the country leaves the European Union in March without a deal that could guarantee a smooth withdrawal.
‘Many’ ministers may resign over UK PM Brexit plan
A resigned minister from British Prime Minister Theresa May’s government has said that “many” more ministers may decide to quit the cabinet to show they are dissatisfied with the way May it negotiating Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.
7,000 UK households still watching TV in black and white
More than 7,000 households in the UK are still watching television in black and white, more than 50 years after the advent of color programming.
UK to publish Brexit deal next week: Journalist
The British government will officially release the details of a long-anticipated deal on the country’s withdrawal from the European Union next week, according to a senior journalist who has seen a draft timetable on the issue.
UK knew key Qaeda captive was tortured by US in 2001: Report
British intelligence agencies, both the MI6 and the MI5, were aware that a captured member of al-Qaeda was tortured and placed inside a sealed coffin at a US-run prison in Afghanistan.
UK coerces sexually odd people to conversion therapy: Report
Britain’s main health provider the NHS has been accused of forcing people with abnormal sexual orientation to undergo conversion therapy.
UK's Javid: 'We're in the closing stages' of Brexit talks
Britain and the European Union are in the closing stages of talks about a deal on the terms of the UK’s departure from the bloc, British interior minister Sajid Javid said on Thursday.
UK refusing Venezuela’s request to return $550mn in gold
Britain is reportedly refusing to repatriate some 14 tonnes of gold to Venezuela worth around $550 million over fears that the move could violate US sanctions against the Latin American country.
Two in five people in UK with learning disabilities not diagnosed in childhood
Two out of five people in the UK with learning disabilities are not diagnosed in childhood and, even if they are, they will likely die before they collect their pension, according to a study commissioned by the National Health Service (NHS).
British PM denies Brexit deal reached with all-UK customs mechanism
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s office has dismissed as “speculation” a newspaper report that suggests an all-UK customs deal will be written into the legally binding agreement governing Britain’s withdrawal from the EU.

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