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Ailing UK prince resumes driving car 2 days after crash
The oldest member of UK royal family, Prince Philip, 97, has resumed driving just two days after he caused controversy for a crash that apparently came due to his reckless driving.
UK soccer club shelters homeless in freezing winter
A UK football club has offered accommodation to homeless people as freezing temperature threaten thousands of rough-sleepers across Britain.
UK manufacturers set cash aside in case of hard Brexit
British manufacturers are being forced to build up financial buffers in preparation for a no-deal Brexit as the cost of stockpiling goods and materials puts companies under strain.
YouTube imposes partial ban on UK Islamophobe Robinson
UK far-right activist and Islamophobe Tommy Robinson has been banned from making money on YouTube because he allegedly spread hate on the platform.
Russia’s RT vows to challenge ruling by UK's media regulator on impartiality
Russian TV channel RT has announced it is still strongly opposed to a December ruling by British media regulator Ofcom, which said the UK-based branch of the media outlet broke impartiality rules while reporting on the poisoning of a former Russian spy in southern England last year.
UK government calls up army reservists to help prepare for no-deal Brexit
The British government has called up the army reservists to deal with a potential disorderly exit from the European Union.
UK government calls up army reservists to help prepare for no-deal Brexit
The British government has called up the army reservists to deal with a potential disorderly exit from the European Union.
Hitachi freezes UK nuclear project as energy supply crunch looms
Japan’s Hitachi Ltd decided on Thursday to freeze a 3 trillion yen ($28 billion) nuclear power project in Britain, dealing a blow to UK plans for the replacement of aging plants.
EU ready to discuss new Brexit deal if UK changes ‘red lines’
The European Union told Britain it could have a different kind of Brexit deal after its parliament overwhelmingly rejected the one negotiated by Prime Minister Theresa May — but only if London changes its key demands.
Fresh EU talks possible if UK parliament rejects Brexit deal: Germany
Germany’s foreign minister says that the European Union could begin new talks on Britain’s withdrawal from the bloc if a current divorce deal is rejected in the British parliament.
Pessimism clouds UK banking as demand for services drops
British banks have suffered their first drop in demand for five years as Brexit uncertainty, regulation and market volatility took their toll.
UK PM right in demanding compromise on Brexit: Analyst
British Prime Minister Theresa May is right in demanding a compromise in the parliament about her controversial European Union withdrawal agreement, a political analyst from London says, arguing the House of Commons had no choice but to accept May’s Brexit deal if they want to avoid a huge political and economic catastrophe.
Former UK FM Boris Johnson, 54, in love like a ‘puppy dog’
Boris Johnson, known for his many gaffes during his times as mayor of London and Britain’s foreign minister, is madly in love with a former spin doctor, despite reports suggesting he has much to do to end a 25-year-old marriage.
British PM warns of catastrophe if lawmakers don't back Brexit deal
British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned lawmakers that failure to back her plan to leave the European Union be catastrophic for Britain, in a plea for support two days ahead of a vote in parliament that she is expected to lose.

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