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UK government takes control of crisis-hit prison in Birmingham
The government in the United Kingdom has taken control of the main prison in the second largest city of Birmingham after an inspection authority found that drug abuse and violence was rife in the facility.
Declining life expectancy in US, UK rooted in 2008 economic crisis: Analyst
The declining life expectancy in the United States and Britain is the result of the financial crisis that hit these countries in 2008, according to a Scottish political activist, author and journalist.
UK retail sales grow faster in July, helped by World Cup and discounting
British shoppers spent more than expected in July, after hot weather and the World Cup continued to boost food sales and other retailers offered discounts, pointing to a solid start to the third quarter for the economy.
UK nerve agent poisoning cases reminder of Iraqi WMDs tale, Russia says
Russia has criticized the US and the UK for imposing sanctions on Moscow over its alleged involvement in two separate poisoning cases by a nerve agent in Britain, saying Washington and London have failed to learn a lesson from their mistake when they used fake information about Iraq’s weapons program to justify an attack against the Arab country.
UK jobless rate falls to new 43-year-low
Britain’s unemployment rate fell to its lowest in over 43 years in the three months to June and fewer workers made do with insecure jobs, but there was little upside for most as pay growth slowed to its weakest in nine months.
Thousands of couples in UK 'exaggerate marriage faults to get divorce'
A third of divorcees in the UK lie about cheating, a partner's unreasonable behavior and length of separation to get their divorce through the courts, a study found.
UK public to further suffer from broken policing: Police chief
A senior police official in the United Kingdom says stretched resources have made policing effectively “broken” in parts of the country, warning that it is the public that would suffer from understaffing and cuts in police forces.
UK councils remain avid tobacco investors: Report
Regional councils across the United Kingdom have broadly invested in the tobacco industry over the past years despite their commitments to improve health and welfare standards in their communities, according to a report.
UK voters would back staying in EU if vote held now: Poll
A new poll carried out in the United Kingdom shows that pro-Brexit sentiments among the public have seen a stark change with over 100 parliament seats that supported Britain’s departure from the European Union now want the country to stay in the bloc.
One in four in UK too scared to seek medical help over cancer symptom
Despite discovering a potential symptom of cancer, half the UK population would not seek medical help with many too afraid that they may be wasting a doctor’s time by raising it.
UK growth boosted by warmer weather
Economic growth in the UK picked up in the three months to June as construction and services were lifted by the warmer weather, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Brexit uncertainty is depressing UK growth: Finance minister
Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has said that uncertainty over Brexit is depressing economic growth in the United Kingdom.
UK anti-Semitism row a systematic attack on Labour, Corbyn: Academic
Allegations of anti-Semitism against the UK Labour Party since 2015 has been a systematic assault to undermine the party’s freedom in choosing its leadership and decrease its popularity, a political commentator and academic in London says.
UK one of the worst for life expectancy rises among developed countries
The UK has experienced one of the largest slowdowns in life expectancy growth among 20 of the world’s leading economies, according to official figures by Britain’s Office for National Statistics (ONS).
UK to run out of food months after no-deal Brexit: Farmers’ group
The main farmers union in the United Kingdom has warned that the country will quickly run out of food if it leaves the European Union next year without a Brexit deal.

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