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Britain failed to find out whether Moscow meddled in Brexit vote

Britain’s government failed to find out whether Russia meddled in 2016 referendum on membership of the EU, a parliamentary report released on Tuesday said. Report...

Uber’s Britain court battle of legal challenges

Uber is bracing for a long summer of legal battles that could see the end of its reign in London and entitle its drivers...

Britain suspends extradition deal with Hong Kong

Britain suspends extradition arrangements,Foreign Secretary voiced concerns about new national security law and alleged human rights abuses in China. The United Kingdom suspended its extradition...

US,Britain,Canada accuse Russia of hacking vaccine trials

US,Canada and Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre made the announcement that Russia has tried to hack coronavirus vaccine trials. Britain, the United States and Canada...

Britain will not join the EU’s COVID vaccine scheme

Britain has turned down the chance to join a 2.4 billion euro ($2.7 billion) European Union plan to secure advance purchases of promising COVID-19...

Jeffrey Epstein ex-girlfriend arrested, accused of luring girls

Jeffrey Epstein former girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell arrested and accused of luring girls that Jeffrey Epstein sexually abused. Ghislaine Maxwell, the former girlfriend and longtime associate...

PM Johnson to unveil new infrastructure plan

PM Johnson will launch a plan to get Britain “moving again” after COVID lockdown, when govt will set out measures to boost infrastructure construction. Britain's...

Britain ready to quit EU on ‘Australia terms’ if no deal

Britain will be ready to quit its transitional arrangements with EU “on Australia terms” if no deal on their future relationship is reached,PM Johnson...

Johnson and Macron demonstrated unusual reality of diplomacy in Covid

Johnson and Macron Standing apart on either side of a strip of red carpet outside 10 Downing Street,demonstrated unusual reality of diplomacy in Covid...

Britain warns EU trade deal will be difficult if no progress...

Britain warned EU that it would be difficult to conclude a Brexit free trade deal by end of the year unless broad agreement had...

Tourism ‘air bridge’ talks going well between UK-Portugal

Tourism 'air bridge' negotiations between Portugal and Britain that would allow British tourists to dodge a quarantine upon returning home in progress. Portugal’s tourism-dependent economy...

UK reviews distancing rule for next level of easing lockdown

UK reviewing its two-metre social distancing rule ahead of next stage lockdown easing planned for July 4, when restaurants and hairdressers could reopen. Progress in...

Far-right demonstrators clash with London Police

Far-right and anti-racism protesters rallied in London, despite strict police restrictions and warnings to stay home to contain the coronavirus. Demonstrations have been taking place...

UK opposition leader takes a knee in support of Black Lives...

UK opposition Labour Party leader Keir Starmer was photographed taking a knee in support of the Black Lives Matter movement on Tuesday. The killing of...

London mayor orders review of the capital’s statues

London mayor orders a review of capital’s landmarks, street names and statues after a wave of anti-racism protests held in the wake of George...

Prince Andrew’s lawyers hit back over US inquiry

Prince Andrew's lawyers hit back at claims the royal was not cooperating with US prosecutors investigating late financier Jeffrey Epstein. “The Duke of York has...

Britain should have gone into lockdown sooner

Britain’s failure to impose a nationwide lockdown to tackle the spread of Covid sooner has cost many lives, one of government’s scientific advisers said. Britain...

Britain spy chief says no threat to Five Eyes alliance

Britain spy chief says disagreements over China’s Huawei Technologies do not pose a threat to intelligence-sharing ties between Britain and its allies. Britain granted Huawei...

Stefan Lofven to appoint coronavirus inquiry before summer amid criticism

Stefan Lofven will launch an inquiry into the country’s handling of the pandemic before the summer, amid growing criticism over nursing home deaths. Lofven, whose...

Australian court ruled archives must release letters to Queen Elizabeth surrounding...

Australian court has ruled that country’s archives must release of letters to Britain's Queen Elizabeth and her local representative surrounding PM sacking. An Australian court...

EU willing move on Brexit, but wants Britain to budge

EU is willing to move in negotiations on future European Union and Britain relations but wants UK to make a bigger effort. The European Union...

Prime Minister Rutte did not visit dying mother due to lockdown...

Prime Minister Mark Rutte did not visit his 96-year-old mother dying mother until end due to coronavirus rules,Office says. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte did...
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