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UK growth tipped to slow as firms run down Brexit stockpiles
Economic growth in Britain is expected to slow to the lowest levels since the financial crisis as firms run down Brexit stockpiles, according to a leading business lobby group.
UK opposition leader targeted over comments on Iran escalation
The government and anti-Iran lawmakers in Britain’s ruling Conservative Party have targeted opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn for his comments on Iran and the fact that he urged London not to rush to rush to conclusions on the case of explosions affecting two tankers in the Persian Gulf waters.
End-of-life care not 'culturally competent' in UK
A study has been launched to try to boost the number of black and Asian people using end-of-life care services in the UK.
May government falls short of tree target
Tree planting efforts in England have failed to meet a government target, according to figures released a day after Prime Minister Theresa May announced a new commitment to tackle climate change.
What caused contaminated blood scandal in UK?
The infection of up to 30,000 people with contaminated blood has been called the biggest treatment disaster in UK National Health Service history. Thousands have died.
Iran cartoon exhibition exposes UK interventionism under Queen
An exhibition of cartoons in the Iranian capital Tehran has put works on display which are exclusively focused on the British monarchy and its interventionist agenda.
UK must be ready to leave EU without a deal: PM candidate Javid
Britain must be ready to leave the European Union without an exit deal on Oct. 31, interior minister Sajid Javid said on Thursday, as he seeks to succeed Theresa May as prime minister.
Brexit delay gives some relief to UK housing market: RICS
Britain’s Brexit-battered housing market steadied in May and a measure of prices improved as the delay in the country’s European Union exit gave some encouragement to buyers, a survey showed on Thursday.
UK accused of 'silently eroding' EU pesticide rules in Brexit laws
The UK has been accused of ‘silently eroding’ key environmental and human health protections in the Brexit-inspired rush to convert thousands of pages of European Union pesticide policy into British law.
Why is he so low-key? UK PM candidate Johnson bashed for avoiding scrutiny
A contest to succeed British Prime Minister Theresa May is heating up as the frontrunner for the post is criticized by rivals for escaping public scrutiny.
UK’s intelligence service broke laws on data storage, use: Watchdog
Britain’s internal secret service MI5 has been criticized for breaching laws on a serious level when it comes to storage and handling of the data gathered from citizens with the purpose of fighting terrorism.
UK labor market stays resilient as wage growth accelerates
The UK labor market performed better than forecast in the three months through April, which may strengthen the hawkish comments coming from the Bank of England about interest-rate hikes.
UK economy shrinks by 0.4 percent amid Brexit uncertainty
Britain’s planned withdrawal from the European Union, known as Brexit, is continuing to inflict losses on the economy as official estimates suggest the country lost nearly half a percent of its wealth in April.
UK PM hopefuls launch campaign centering on Brexit
Several of the leading candidates to become Britain’s next prime minister and take on the challenge of delivering Brexit will launch their leadership campaigns on Monday, as the crowded contest officially begins.
UK men could soon be offered prostate cancer risk test in supermarket car park
Men could soon be offered a ten minute scan in a supermarket car park that will tell if they are likely to die from prostate cancer.

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