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UK military contractors selling Israel record amounts of arms: Report
A new report has revealed that British military contractors are selling record amounts of weapons and ammunition to the Israeli regime, in the wake of an announcement by the Kensington Palace that Prince William would represent the UK government on a visit to the occupied territories next month.
UK arms sales to Israel hit record in 2017
Israeli tank fire kills three Palestinians
International Desk
Brexit: UK official warns EU over talks 'insult'
UK officials have warned the EU that its approach to Brexit negotiations risks damaging its security and economic relationship.
UK foreign secretary seeks trade agreements in Chile, Latin America
Britain’s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson concluded a five-day charm offensive in Latin America on Wednesday by expressing interest in a trade agreement with Chile and other countries in Latin America’s so-called Pacific Alliance.
Brexit blamed for dramatic fall in UK business registrations
Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has sparked a dramatic fall in the number of French, Dutch and Belgian businesses registering in the UK, in a further illustration of Brexit’s impact on the UK economy.
Anti-monarchists hold convention to demand end to monarchy in UK
A group of anti-monarchists have gathered in London to demand an end to the monarchy in the UK as the royal wedding took place between Prince Harry and US actress Meghan Markle.
UK royal wedding slammed over extravagant spending
Thousands of people have lined up in the streets of Windsor in England to get a glimpse of the so-called royal wedding between Prince Harry and US actress Meghan Markle amid criticism over the extravagant spending.
UK seeks waiver from US Iran sanctions
Key US ally Britain is seeking a waiver for energy companies to continue trading with Iranian counterparts despite President Donald Trump reimposing sanctions on OPEC's third-largest oil producer, a government minister told S&P Global Platts.
UK lawmakers: Facebook has not fully answered questions on data privacy
Facebook has failed to fully answer 39 questions from British lawmakers examining data privacy and fake news, a parliamentary committee said on Tuesday, adding that it would ask the social media giant once again for the missing details.
UK ups ante on Galileo sat-nav project
The Brexit row between the UK and the EU-27 over Galileo is escalating.
UK says has no plans to move Israel embassy to Jerusalem al-Quds
The UK government says Britain has no plans to move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds and still disagrees with the US decision to do so.
Footfall suffers 'unprecedented' decline
Poor weather and a squeeze on hip pockets caused a slide in the number of people visiting shops last month.
UK ports body says it is ‘ready for Brexit’
The UK’s container ports are ready to cope with Britain’s exit from the European Union whatever trading arrangements are put in place, the new chairman of the UK’s Major Ports Group said.
Number of middle-aged renters doubles in a decade
Forty-somethings are now almost twice as likely to be renting their home from a private landlord than 10 years ago.
Interest rates on hold as Bank cuts growth outlook
The Bank of England said the UK economy has hit a ‘temporary soft patch’ as it kept interest rates on hold at 0.5 percent.

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