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Tons of crops left to rot as UK farms struggle to recruit EU workers
Thousands of tons of fruit and vegetables are being left to rot in UK fields because of a shortage of pickers and packers in the face of continuing Brexit uncertainty.
EU, UK negotiators hold 'constructive' meeting on Brexit
The British and European Union chief Brexit negotiators held a “constructive” meeting in Brussels on Friday, both sides said, as efforts to secure a deal by Britain’s scheduled departure date of Oct. 31 intensified.
John Bercow eyed as caretaker PM, an alternative to Corbyn
As Commons Speaker John Bercow’s 10-year tenure is nearing its proposed end on Halloween, he is being eyed to become caretaker Prime Minister of the UK.
UK plans rare weekend sitting of Parliament, Brexit deal or no deal
Britain’s government plans to hold a special sitting of Parliament on Oct. 19, whether or not Prime Minister Boris Johnson secures a Brexit deal with the European Union, a government source said on Wednesday.
British police forces operate large secret database targeting minorities
In the latest scandal to hit the UK’s core counter-terrorism strategy, known as Prevent, it has been revealed that counter-terror police across Britain have been running a secret database containing details of all Prevent referrals.
Young UK gaming addicts able to access NHS treatment
The National Health Service (NHS) in the UK is now ready to accept referrals for youngsters addicted to video games.
Brexit ball now in EU’s court: Johnson
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson told the European Union on Monday that the Brexit ball was in its court, and that the bloc should now urgently discuss in detail his proposal for breaking the deadlock in talks ahead of Britain’s departure on October 31.
Number of elderly on anti-depressants in UK doubles in 20 years
The number of elderly people taking antidepressants in the UK has more than doubled in two decades — despite no increase in the numbers with depression.
EU presses UK to resubmit Brexit plan as end-game looms
With the resumption of crunch Brexit talks on Monday looming large, European leaders piled pressure on British Prime Minister Boris Johnson to revise his offer, and to do so quickly.
Parents of brain-damaged girl call for change in UK law
The mother of a severely brain-damaged girl who won the right to take her daughter abroad for treatment told Sky News the UK law needs to be changed to protect parental rights.
Main points of Johnson’s Brexit game of hide-and-seek
UK PM Boris Johnson’s Brexit game of hide-and-seek with the public has been called out by the EU and Ireland. Read the main points of his limited-release ‘final deal’ and the reactionary outcry.
EU rejects UK bid for weekend talks as Johnson pushes for no Brexit delay
The European Union has rejected a British request to hold Brexit talks this weekend, British media reported, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson reiterated his commitment to leaving the bloc on October 31 despite the possibility of failure to reach a timely exit deal.
Has the suit and tie had its day?
Suits you sir? Maybe it doesn’t any more. Sales of formal tailoring have taken a fresh dive as chinos and trainers replace suits and ties in the office.
UK slipping into recession as service sector shrinks unexpectedly
The British economy may have slipped into recession after the dominant services sector took an unexpectedly sharp downturn last month, as firms brace for the risk of a disruptive Brexit, according to a new survey.
Will the (a)political Queen step up to rescue the country?
The UK Parliament was centre stage to chaotic and toxic moments last week as the lawmakers returned to work.

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