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Pig to human heart transplants ‘possible within 3 years’
Adapted pig hearts could be transplanted into patients within three years, according to a report citing the surgeon who pioneered heart transplantation in the UK.
Is there a joint UK-US conspiracy to seize the Adrian Daria?
The decision by the United States Justice Department to issue a warrant for the seizure of the Iranian oil tanker, Adrian Daria, (formerly Grace 1), has created fresh uncertainty about the fate of the vessel.
UK Defence Secretary announced end to investigations of army abuses in Northern Ireland
Last week marked the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the “troubles” in Northern Ireland.
‘Relaxing’ activity for reducing high blood pressure
High blood pressure is a common condition in the UK, with more than one in four people living with it. It is an insidious condition because it tends to creep up announced and only reveals itself once it is serious. Fortunately, as it is strongly linked to lifestyle factors, certain tweaks can significantly reduce a person’s risk of developing the condition. It may come as a surprise that a popular form of relaxation can reduce the risk, express.co.uk wrote.
UK court opens way for $9b claim against Nigeria
A British judge on Friday gave the green light for a tiny private firm to seize more than $9 billion in assets from the Nigerian government over a failed natural gas deal.
UK’s military dependence on US continues to grow, as Britain’s armed forces shrink for ninth consecutive year.
UK’s dependence on the US as the military-power-in-charge continues to grow, as a new report reveals the size of Britain’s armed forces has fallen for the ninth consecutive year. The Army, the RAF and the Royal Navy have all seen a decline in the number of fully-trained personnel - with the Army experiencing the biggest fall, new Ministry of Defence figures showed.
Consequences of UK colonialism still felt in Kashmir, Hong Kong
We are still reminded of the consequences of British colonialism with the ongoing volatile situations in places such as Indian-controlled Kashmir and Hong Kong.
UK receives report documenting Saudi cover-up of unlawful Yemen airstrikes
An international law group has submitted new evidence to the UK government alleging that the Saudi-led coalition in Yemen has covered up evidence of its unlawful airstrikes on civilian targets.
Brexit vexes UK farmers amid US interference in agriculture
More economic strife threatens the future of UK agriculture, as nearly half of British farms could fail after a no-deal Brexit, and the US seeks to impose its own food standards on British farmers as part of any trade deal between the two nations.
UK anti-knife adverts on fried chicken boxes highlights Boris racism
The UK government has faced a major backlash over its anti-knife advertisements on chicken boxes, which both highlights PM Boris Johnson’s racism, and furthers the stereotype that black people love fried chicken.
US moves to take Iranian oil tanker from UK: Gibraltar
Gibraltar says the US has applied to seize an Iranian oil tanker, which is being held in the British overseas territory, on unknown grounds, after UK media reported that the vessel’s release was imminent following a set of diplomatic exchanges between Tehran and London.
UK inflation unexpectedly overshoots BoE target in July
Britain’s inflation rate unexpectedly overshot the Bank of England’s two percent target on Wednesday, raising the cost of living even before sterling’s slide has had much chance to feed into consumer prices.
UK court to hear bid to stop no-deal Brexit next month
A British judge has set a hearing for next month for an attempt by opposition lawmakers to stop Prime Minister Boris Johnson from suspending Parliament to force through a no-deal Brexit.
John Bolton arrives in London to shape UK policy on Iran
United States national security advisor, John Bolton, arrived in London on August 11, on a trip that is being widely interpreted as an attempt by the US to fully sign up the UK to its “maximum pressure” policy on Iran.

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