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Iran-UK cinematic production ‘Ghost Lake’ ends shooting
Iran-UK philosophical horror feature film ‘Ghost Lake,’ written and directed by Reza Ja’fari-Jozani, wrapped up shooting in northern Iran and will soon be distributed internationally.
Media express shock at the UK Government’s Operation Yellowhammer report
The media have come out to express outrage at the UK Government’s proposals in the Yellowhammer contingency plan – a worst-case Brexit scenario consisting of dire economic circumstances for many people and businesses.
Experts: UK cannot offset damage of Brexit with US deals
The United Kingdom will fail to make enough trade deals with the United States to offset damages done by leaving the European Union post-Brexit, experts warn.
Ireland says gap between EU and UK on Brexit 'very wide'
The gap between Britain and the European Union over Brexit remains “very wide”, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said on Friday, as British leader Boris Johnson prepared to make a renewed push to reach an exit deal with the bloc.
Domestic violence killings in UK at five-year high
The number of domestic violence killings in the UK has reached a five-year high, figures show.
UK deploys ‘secret weapon’ work visas on foreign graduates
Regarded as one of the Western world’s most secret and effective weapons, the UK will extend its work visas for foreign graduates in a bid to attract the smartest from poorer nations.
Iran tanker never violated any commitment: Iran envoy to UK
Iran’s ambassador to the United Kingdom says a tanker carrying Iranian oil in the Mediterranean has not violated any commitment to a third party by selling its oil to a “private” customer.
UK minority groups become bound together against Johnson’s racist rants
PM Boris Johnson’s derogatory comments on black people and Muslim women have unified minority communities in the UK, with the Commons’ first turbaned Sikh MP defending his fellow Muslim brothers and sisters.
Pre Brexit chaos throwing UK public services on the backburner
As the UK Parliament scrambles in an attempt to make heads or tails of the apparently insurmountable Brexit crisis, public systems, such as the National Health Service and the security apparatuses, have been put on the backburner.
UK opposition parties reject Johnson’s election call
Britain’s opposition parties said Friday that they won’t support Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s call for an election when the issue gets voted on next week, piling more pressure on Britain’s embattled leader.
EU media label UK’s premiere ‘Zombie PM’ over 4th Commons defeat
European newspapers have made a laughing stock of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s fourth Commons defeat, calling him the ‘Zombie Premiere with a kamikaze strategy’.
Heroin worth $148 million seized in UK's biggest ever bust
UK authorities have seized almost 1.3 tons of heroin with a street value of £120 million ($148 million) from a container ship, in the nation's largest ever bust involving the drug.
US, UK provide means for Saudi attacks on Yemen
Political commentator Hussein al-Bukhaiti says this is not the first time that the Saudi-led coalition has targeted prisons in Yemen with the help of the US and the UK.
UK civil service workers tasked to work, or quit over Brexit
Civil servants in the UK are now asking whether they should continue to work or quit, as the looming prorogue of Parliament further strangles policymaking in central government.
UK announces €3.3m to help British nationals in EU prepare for Brexit
New measures to help UK nationals living in the European Union (EU) complete residency applications before Brexit were given a cautious welcome by campaigners on Friday.

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