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UK Brexit negotiator is ‘undermining trust’: EU parliament's Brexit coordinator
The European Union's top Brexit legislator has denounced Britain's Brexit Minister David Davis for his comments that last week's deal between the EU and the UK was merely "a statement of intent."
UK foreign secretary asked Iran to release spies: MP
Spokesperson for the Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Hossein Naqavi Hosseini said British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has asked Tehran to release two spies jailed in Iran.
Trump UK visit expected in New Year, US ambassador says
The US ambassador to Britain said he expects US President Donald Trump to visit the UK in the New Year despite his recent Twitter row with Theresa May.
UK drops on ranking of nations doing good for humanity due to arms sales
The UK is falling for the second year in a row on the world’s list of countries that have contributed to the ‘common good of humanity,’ due to ‘vast weapons exports’ and inadequate aid to foreign countries.
UK police hold drill for possible chemical attack on Israeli embassy
British police have conducted a training exercise to prepare for a possible chemical attack on the embassy of the Israeli regime which is located near Kensington Palace in central London.
Mt Hope installed as 'UK's highest peak'
Mt Hope, which is sited in the part of the Antarctic claimed by the UK, was recently re-measured and found to tower above the previous title holder, Mt Jackson, by a good 50m (160ft).
UK consumers cut spending in run-up to Christmas
Squeezed British consumers reined in Christmas travel plans and bought fewer new cars last month, setting the stage for the first fall in festive spending in five years, credit card company Visa said on Monday.
Snow shuts runways, disrupts flights across UK
The heaviest snowfall to hit Britain in four years has caused widespread disruption, with roads becoming hazardous and flights grounded following runway closures.
UK pay growth accelerates to fastest pace this year
Pay growth is accelerating to its fastest pace this year and inflation is at its peak, meaning the painful squeeze on families’ finances is starting to fade.
British foreign secretary, parliament speaker meet in Tehran
Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani and visiting British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson met in the Iranian capital on Saturday.
Boris Johnson: Iran, a significant country in important, but unstable region
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson held talks with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif in Tehran on Saturday.
Impact assessments of Brexit on the UK 'don't exist'
Britain has not conducted formal sector-by-sector analyses of the impact that leaving the European Union will have on the economy, Brexit minister David Davis said on Wednesday, arguing they were not necessary yet.
Man appears in court accused of trying to kill British PM May
A 20-year-old man appeared in court on Wednesday accused of plotting to kill British Prime Minister Theresa May by first detonating an explosive device to get into her Downing Street office.
UK PM says Brexit talks with EU to reconvene
British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that she wants to reconvene talks with the European Union (EU) over United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the bloc.
Ireland ‘surprised and disappointed’ over failed EU, UK talks
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says he was "surprised and disappointed" that the UK government could not reach a deal with the EU after Brexit talks on the Irish border fell short of an agreement in the EU de-facto capital Brussels.

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