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Recovering factories keep UK economy on track in February: PMIs
British businesses kept up a solid rate of growth in February as factories posted the fastest rise in output for 10 months, despite ripples from China’s coronavirus outbreak affecting supply chains, a business survey showed on Friday.
Sale of coal, most polluting wood burned at home will be phased out in UK
The sale of the most polluting fuels burned in household stoves and open fires will be phased out in UK from next year to clean up the air, the government has said.
UK car factories running out of parts due to coronavirus, warns Jaguar
Jaguar Land Rover has warned it could run out of car parts at its British factories at the end of next week, as the coronavirus halts supplies from China.
UK arts bodies threatened with funding cuts over lack of diversity
Arts organizations and museums in England are being warned that they will lose public funding unless they meet “stretching” targets to create and attract more diverse workforces and audiences.
UK grapples with severe floods; storm death toll rises to three
Residents in central England and Wales braced for more flooding as rivers peaked in the wake of a weekend storm that brought up to six inches (150mm) of rain to an already waterlogged region.
French foreign minister Le Drian warns UK of tough times ahead
In the latest sign the UK can expect tough trade negotiations with the European Union (EU) throughout 2020, France’s foreign minister has warned of a bruising battle ahead.
Storm Ciara expected to cost up to £200m in insurance claims
The trail of destruction left by Storm Ciara, which hit the UK over the weekend of February 8 and 9, is expected to cost up to £200 million in insurance claims.
Two Iranian animations to shine at Crystal Palace festival in UK
The 12th Crystal Palace International Film Festival (CPIFF) in London will host two short animated pieces by Iranian filmmakers, ‘Malakout’ and ‘Greyish’.
Leading Tories call for outright ban on Huawei
The fierce debate on Huawei in the UK is far from over as dissident senior Tories go on the offensive against Prime Minister, Boris Johnson’s, decision to allow a limited role for the Chinese technology giant.
UN rapporteur condemns UK hosting of Israeli spyware firm
An independent UN investigator criticized the British government’s decision to host a surveillance company whose technology is allegedly used by repressive regimes to intercept the private messages of journalists and human rights activists.
Four million children in UK living in poverty as numbers rise: Report
Children have had the highest poverty rate in the UK over the last 20 years, according to a new research.
Quarter of all UK cash machines now charge fees
More than one in four cash machines are charging people to withdraw their money at a time when banks are saving millions by closing branches, according to the consumer group Which?.
EU economy might face more trouble than UK's after Brexit amid coronavirus outbreak, analysts say
Remainers in Britain repeatedly said that the UK would suffer economically from leaving the customs union, but recent statistics show that British economy might actually be performing better that the EU average.
UK unveils plans for climate conference amid criticism
Britain announced Tuesday that it plans to ban the sale of new petrol and diesel cars by 2035 — five years earlier than its previous target — in a bid to speed up efforts to tackle climate change.
Wildlife emerging months earlier than normal in UK
Wildlife is being confused by “lost” winters in UK, conservationists warn as butterflies, newts and nesting blackbirds are spotted earlier than normal.

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