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“We have a superficial prime minister who has got no grasp of public health”: Ashton
Prof John Ashton, a former regional director of public health for north-west England, condemned the government for its lack of preparation and openness in dealing with the coronavirus outbreak in the UK, saying it is too little too late and contrasted Britain’s response to that of Hong Kong.
UK for improvement of ties with Iran: Spox
A spokesman for the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that the UK wants a better relationship with Iran in the post-Brexit period. The spokesperson made the remarks on Saturday in an exclusive interview with IRNA correspondent in London on condition of anonymity. The full text of the interview is as follows:
UK to deliver post-Brexit budget under virus cloud
Britain unveils its first post-Brexit budget on Wednesday and analysts expect Prime Minister Boris Johnson to press ahead with major spending on infrastructure, despite the economic fallout from the coronavirus.
UK House of Commons’ leader apologizes over upside-down flag
Jacob Rees-Mogg, the leader of the UK’s House of Commons, has apologized to parliament for a British flag flying upside down over the parliament’s Portcullis House.
UK Covid cases jump to 85 prompting widespread concern
The number of coronavirus cases in the UK has jumped by 34 in a day, to a total of 85.
Confusion and controversy bedevils UK’s planned Mali deployment
There is growing controversy about Britain’s planned deployment of 250 troops to Mali later this year, which has been widely described as the most dangerous since the UK’s military intervention in Afghanistan.
Infant mortality rate in NI is the worst in the UK, report finds
Northern Ireland's infant mortality rate remains the highest of any UK region but has decreased, according to a new report.
UK in 'unprecedented' deployment of Royal Marines to Belarus
In an unusual development, the UK is dispatching 30 Royal Marines from 42 Commando to Belarus.
Shukri Abdi's mother "disappointed" as death inquest adjourned
Frustration and tears were expressed today in the UK as the grieving mother of a drowned British-Somali schoolgirl expressed her disappointment at further delays to the inquest, currently investigating her daughter's death.
Macron says 'not sure' EU-UK trade deal possible before end of 2020
French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday said he was "not sure" it would be possible for the European Union and Britain to reach a trade deal by the end of the year.
UK to press for Canada-style trade deal with EU when talks start in March
Britain will underline its desire for a Canada-style trade deal with the EU when formal talks start next month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Downing Street office said.
Recovering factories keep UK economy on track in February: PMIs
British businesses kept up a solid rate of growth in February as factories posted the fastest rise in output for 10 months, despite ripples from China’s coronavirus outbreak affecting supply chains, a business survey showed on Friday.
Sale of coal, most polluting wood burned at home will be phased out in UK
The sale of the most polluting fuels burned in household stoves and open fires will be phased out in UK from next year to clean up the air, the government has said.
UK car factories running out of parts due to coronavirus, warns Jaguar
Jaguar Land Rover has warned it could run out of car parts at its British factories at the end of next week, as the coronavirus halts supplies from China.
UK arts bodies threatened with funding cuts over lack of diversity
Arts organizations and museums in England are being warned that they will lose public funding unless they meet “stretching” targets to create and attract more diverse workforces and audiences.

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