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Afghanistan: 'Most British troops have quietly withdrawn' following 20-year waste of time, money and lives for nothing
The UK PM is to chair a National Security Council meeting on Monday to decide the future shape of the UK footprint in Afghanistan, following U.S. withdrawn.
Millions of jobs and a shortage of applicants. Welcome to the new economy
There's a problem at James Hook's chicken farms, and it has nothing to do with poultry.
How is Britain's financial services industry faring after Brexit?
It’s an industry that, in 2019, contributed nearly $200 billion to the U.K.’s economy, and supported nearly a million jobs.
Matt Hancock whisked mistress aide Gina away on romantic G7 summit break after claims he was ‘sh**ging on taxpayer cash’
Matt Hancock is set to face fresh questions over whether he was "sh**ging on taxpayer cash" amid claims he took his mistress to the G7 health summit.
UK's Former Finance Minister Sajid Javid Appointed As Health Minister
Sajid Javid resigned as Finance Minister last year after he refused to fire his political advisers as demanded by Johnson.
Fat Britannia: PM Johnson targets UK’s childhood obesity pandemic with ban on junk food TV adverts before 9pm
The UK government has announced a plan to ban TV adverts for foods high in fat, salt, and sugar before 9pm in an effort to tackle Britain’s obesity problem and wean children off junk food.
Analysis: Five years after the Brexit vote, the United Kingdom is more divided than ever
The Brexit referendum took place five years ago. It was supposed to settle the United Kingdom's neurosis over its relationship with Europe once and for all, but it did nothing of the sort.
Queen describes Matt Hancock as 'poor man' at meeting with PM
The monarch made the remarks at her first in-person weekly meeting with the PM since lockdown began, despite of Matt Hancock becoming rich and not poor thanks to the pandemic...
Term ‘white privilege’ disadvantages white working-class kids, MPs’ report finds, reigniting Britain’s race row
A new report which claims the term “white privilege” can be “divisive” and disadvantgaes the white working class has sparked fresh debate on “racist Britain", with some accusing the government of deflecting from its own errors.
Britain has an education problem. Lawmakers from Boris Johnson's party are trying to make it about 'White privilege'
Lawmakers from the UK's governing Conservative party are being accused of weaponizing inequalities in the country's education system to stoke a culture war.
Former home secretary Clarke dismisses BoJo’s £200mn royal yacht plan as ‘silly populist nonsense’
Kenneth Clarke, a Conservative former Chancellor of the Exchequer and Home Secretary, called Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s plan for a new £200-million royal yacht “silly populist nonsense,” in an interview with the BBC.
British PM Warns Of "Rough Winter" As Covid Cases Remain High
Boris Johnson's warning came as the UK registered a further 9,284 daily COVID-19 infections on Sunday, a day before the government had planned to ease all lockdown measures until the Delta variant forced a month-long delay into July.
New Data Suggests Low Risk Of COVID-19 Reinfection In Population
The data was published to help monitor and understand the risk of people contracting COVID-19 again. The data will be published regularly as part of the PHE Weekly Surveillance Report, according to a release.
WhatsApp is where real political power lies in Britain
Dominic Cummings, former chief adviser to the UK prime minister, has this week published private WhatsApp messages with Boris Johnson. The chat shows how the messaging app, that is fully transparent to foreign powers in real time, domina...
UK extends COVID-19 restrictions as Delta variant spreads
The U.K. will face another four weeks of COVID-19-related restrictions, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced Monday amid concerns of rapid spread of a highly transmissible Delta variant.
Boris Johnson Delays Reopening After Warning That Thousands Could Die
Boris Johnson has delayed lifting the last COVID-19 restrictions in the UK by a month.
Analysis: Boris Johnson's 'global Britain' needs more than a tiny Australian trade deal
The United Kingdom's first new trade deal since Brexit is a sobering reminder of the mammoth task it faces as it seeks to compensate for losing the economic benefits of EU membership.
Johnson’s former race adviser accuses Tories of inflaming culture wars
Exploiting division for electoral gain could spark another Stephen Lawrence or Jo Cox tragedy, Samuel Kasumu warns
Which European countries have the least travel restrictions right now?
A guide to the countries popular with tourists which allow travellers in, facilitate internal travel and don’t have early curfews.
Daniel Morgan: Met Police accused of 'form of corruption' in report
The Metropolitan Police was institutionally corrupt in the way it concealed or denied its failings over the unsolved murder of Daniel Morgan, a report has found.
Johnson pushes England’s Covid lockdown exit back a month amid spread of Delta variant and rising ICU rates
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that England will not abandon all Covid-19 restrictions this month as had been planned, due to the threat of the Delta variant of the virus and rising hospital admissions.
Opinion: Biden's spectacular breach of royal protocol didn't keep UK visit from success
There is a mystique that surrounds any meeting between the Queen of England and a President of the United States.
Ransomware is biggest online threat to people in UK, spy agency chief to warn
GCHQ cybersecurity boss sounds alarm over extortion by hackers who are mostly based in former Soviet states
G-7 leaders agree on vaccines, China and taxing corporations
The leaders of the world’s richest countries have pledged more than 1 billion coronavirus vaccine doses to poorer nations, endorsed a global minimum tax on multinational corporations and agreed they will work together to challenge China’...
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