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The two-year hunt for the Brexit 'unicorn' - The Guardian
The two-year hunt for the Brexit 'unicorn'  The Guardian

EU officials are reeling at the resurgence of the idea that technology can solve the Irish border issue.




Airbus CEO warns it could move in event of no-deal Brexit - The Associated Press
Airbus CEO warns it could move in event of no-deal Brexit  The Associated Press

LONDON (AP) ? The chief executive of Airbus warned Thursday that the aviation giant could move its U.K
operations out of Britain if the country leaves the ...




Now Brexit really is threatening to tear the UK apart - The Guardian
Now Brexit really is threatening to tear the UK apart  The Guardian

Theresa May has maintained her dangerously obtuse attitude towards the union, says Guardian columnist Martin Kettle.




Local firm auctions seized cryptocurrency in UK first - Belfast Telegraph
Local firm auctions seized cryptocurrency in UK first  Belfast Telegraph

A Northern Ireland company will hold the UK's first seized cryptocurrency auction.




Whatever the Brexit outcome, it will be bad news for the DUP - The Guardian
Whatever the Brexit outcome, it will be bad news for the DUP  The Guardian

The party's empty nationalist rhetoric aligns it with leave voters who would sacrifice the union for Brexit
Reality will hit hard, says Edward Burke, director of the ...




Q&A: The Irish border Brexit backstop - BBC News
Q&A: The Irish border Brexit backstop  BBC News

A key part of the Brexit negotiations was about the border that separates Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
Last month, EU leaders approved a ...




PM's statement on exiting the European Union: 10 December 2018 - GOV.UK
PM's statement on exiting the European Union: 10 December 2018  GOV.UK

Prime Minister Theresa May's statement to the House of Commons.




Storm Ernesto on course for the UK and Ireland this weekend - Sky News
Storm Ernesto on course for the UK and Ireland this weekend  Sky News

Ernesto will leave behind a legacy of overcast and muggy conditions when it eventually clears into the North Sea late on Sunday.




Irish passport applications from British applicants skyrocket - BBC News
Irish passport applications from British applicants skyrocket  BBC News

The number of British applications for an Irish passport has boomed following the UK's vote to leave the European Union
Some UK residents are entitled to an ...




Boris Johnson: Irish border row being exploited to stop Brexit - BBC News
Boris Johnson: Irish border row being exploited to stop Brexit  BBC News

Boris Johnson has said the row over the border in Northern Ireland is being used to frustrate Brexit
The foreign secretary insisted there were "very good ...




UK?s Brexit transition period may be extended - The Irish Times
UK?s Brexit transition period may be extended  The Irish Times

Merkel and Macron turn up heat on May to find a political solution to impasse.




Revealed: leaked emails show DUP ready for no-deal Brexit - The Guardian
Revealed: leaked emails show DUP ready for no-deal Brexit  The Guardian

Arlene Foster believes crashing out of EU is 'most likely outcome' while former Brexit secretary says Irish border plan 'completely unacceptable'




UK life expectancy improvement has stalled, figures show - The Guardian
UK life expectancy improvement has stalled, figures show  The Guardian

Office for National Statistics says growth in life expectancy is lowest since records began.




Why England and other UK countries all have their own soccer teams - Business Insider
Why England and other UK countries all have their own soccer teams  Business Insider

The four nations of Great Britain each field their own soccer teams, such as the English National Team, rather than put together a U.K
National Team, ...




Pages of the Sea: Nationwide project remembers soldiers who fell during Great War - The Telegraph
Pages of the Sea: Nationwide project remembers soldiers who fell during Great War  The Telegraph

It was the most ephemeral of tributes, yet all the more poignant for it.




This poll shows Brexit risks breaking up the United Kingdom - Business Insider
This poll shows Brexit risks breaking up the United Kingdom  Business Insider

New poll finds a majority of decided Scottish and Northern Ireland voters would opt to split from the United Kingdom if Brexit goes ahead.




Brexit deal explained: backstops, trade and citizens' rights - The Guardian
Brexit deal explained: backstops, trade and citizens' rights  The Guardian

The EU has agreed on May's 585-page withdrawal agreement
Here are the main issues.




Spanish foreign minister: UK will split before Spain - POLITICO.eu
Spanish foreign minister: UK will split before Spain  POLITICO.eu

Josep Borrell says he is 'very much more worried' about the UK's unity than Spain's.




How Gibraltar almost stopped a Brexit deal - The Washington Post
How Gibraltar almost stopped a Brexit deal  The Washington Post

LONDON ? Nothing is simple in Brexitland
In the lead-up to a historic summit Sunday in Brussels, where a Brexit deal is expected to be rubber-stamped, tiny ...




The truth about young people and Brexit - BBC Three
The truth about young people and Brexit  BBC Three

The period of time before the European Union membership referendum was announced in 2015 will be known as 'BB' from here on in
That's 'Before Brexit'.




Eight reasons to take a cruise around the UK in 2019 - The Telegraph
Eight reasons to take a cruise around the UK in 2019  The Telegraph

The UK domestic cruise market is booming and no wonder as the British Isles have manifest attractions
Consider the sheer diversity: Scotland alone boasts over ...




Liam Fox puts UK at odds with Ireland over border issue - Sky News
Liam Fox puts UK at odds with Ireland over border issue  Sky News

The International Trade Secretary admits trade talks must be achieved "faster", in comments John McDonnell calls "worrying".




'Ireland first': Donald Tusk says every EU leader 'wants to protect peace process and avoid hard border' - TheJournal.ie
'Ireland first': Donald Tusk says every EU leader 'wants to protect peace process and avoid hard border'  TheJournal.ie

DONALD TUSK HAS said that every European Union leader is dedicated to protecting the peace process in Northern Ireland and avoiding a hard border with ...




Draft Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community - EU News
Draft Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community  EU News

Draft Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy ...




European Commission - PRESS RELEASES - Press release - European Commission recommends to the European Council (Article 50) to find that decisive progress has been made in Brexit negotiations - EU News
European Commission - PRESS RELEASES - Press release - European Commission recommends to the European Council (Article 50) to find that decisive progress has been made in Brexit negotiations  EU News

The negotiators of the European Commission and the United Kingdom have today reached a deal on the terms of the Article 50 Withdrawal Agreement.




Brexit: Theresa May looks for way to break deadlock - BBC News
Brexit: Theresa May looks for way to break deadlock  BBC News

UK Prime Minister Theresa May is making a statement to MPs on the way forward on Brexit after her planned deal was rejected by MPs last week
She hopes to ...




Only England and Wales voted to leave the EU
So the UK should let them go - The Guardian
Only England and Wales voted to leave the EU
So the UK should let them go
  The Guardian

There's no need for Scotland and Northern Ireland to head for the door, too
With a bit of constitutional tweaking, we wouldn't have to bother with article 50 at all.




Junk food 'two-for-one' deals targeted in fight against obesity - The Independent
Junk food 'two-for-one' deals targeted in fight against obesity  The Independent

The Department of Health and Social Care has launched a consultation on a proposed ban on two-for-one deals and celebrity endorsements of junk food.




EU and UK reach Brexit transition deal - POLITICO.eu
EU and UK reach Brexit transition deal  POLITICO.eu

Brexit negotiators reached a political deal on the terms of a Brexit transition period in a new draft withdrawal agreement that will ease business fears over a ...




UK weather: Is there a drought in the UK? Will water run out if it doesn't rain? - Express.co.uk
UK weather: Is there a drought in the UK? Will water run out if it doesn't rain?  Express.co.uk

This year saw the driest June on record with the UK hit by scorching temperatures and almost no rainfall
Reservoir levels across the UK have begun to drop, ...




Juncker: EU and UK to act ?like two loving hedgehogs? - POLITICO.eu
Juncker: EU and UK to act ?like two loving hedgehogs?  POLITICO.eu

European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker called on Britain and the EU "to be careful like two loving hedgehogs" when it comes to Brexit talks, warning ...




'Millennia of human activity': heatwave reveals lost UK archaeological sites - The Guardian
'Millennia of human activity': heatwave reveals lost UK archaeological sites  The Guardian

Ancient farms, burial mounds and neolithic monuments among fascinating finds in Britain and IrelandRediscovered archaeological sites ? in pictures.




Brexit: What would 'no deal' mean for food and medicine? - BBC News
Brexit: What would 'no deal' mean for food and medicine?  BBC News

Could food and medicines be stockpiled in the event of a 'no deal' Brexit?




EU accused of 'outrageous' attempt to threaten future of Union by using Northern Ireland as Brexit bargaining chip - The Telegraph
EU accused of 'outrageous' attempt to threaten future of Union by using Northern Ireland as Brexit bargaining chip  The Telegraph

Brussels has been accused of an ?outrageous? attempt to threaten the future of the Union by using Northern Ireland as a bargaining chip in Brexit negotiations.




Major and Blair say an EU exit could split the UK - BBC News
Major and Blair say an EU exit could split the UK  BBC News

Sir John Major and Tony Blair say leaving the EU could threaten the future of the UK - a claim dismissed as "highly irresponsible" by the Northern Ireland ...




European Commission Draft Withdrawal Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community - EU News
European Commission Draft Withdrawal Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and the European Atomic Energy Community  EU News

European Commission Draft Withdrawal Agreement on the withdrawal of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland from the European Union and ...




Macron steps up pressure over Khashoggi killing as global leaders meet at G20 - Belfast Telegraph
Macron steps up pressure over Khashoggi killing as global leaders meet at G20  Belfast Telegraph

French President Emmanuel Macron has stepped up pressure on Saudi Arabia over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by telling Crown Prince ...




The Brexit minister David Davis thinks the Republic of Ireland is part of the UK - New Statesman
The Brexit minister David Davis thinks the Republic of Ireland is part of the UK  New Statesman

The new minister in charge of negotiating our exit from the EU called the border with the Republic "internal"
There is only one explanation.




How many transgender inmates are there? - BBC News
How many transgender inmates are there?  BBC News

Claim: The campaign group Fair Play for Women claimed 41%

of transgender women in prison are convicted sex offenders
Reality Check verdict: A government ...




Borders & barriers: Could Spain derail Brexit because of Gibraltar? - RT
Borders & barriers: Could Spain derail Brexit because of Gibraltar?  RT

As Spanish PM Pedro Sánchez threatens to reject the draft Brexit deal unless it clarifies the state of future talks on Gibraltar, Birmingham City University lecturer ...




Budget 2018: Philip Hammond's speech - GOV.UK
Budget 2018: Philip Hammond's speech  GOV.UK

Mr Deputy Speaker,
Today, I present to the House a Budget for Britain's future;
A budget that shows the perseverance of the British people finally paying off?




Overall UK happiness levels given English boost, ONS says - The Guardian
Overall UK happiness levels given English boost, ONS says  The Guardian

Latest Office for National Statistics survey reveals small increases in life satisfaction and happiness.




United Kingdom country profile - BBC News
United Kingdom country profile  BBC News

The United Kingdom is a state made up of the historic countries of England, Wales and Scotland, as well as Northern Ireland
It is known as the home of both ...




Britain will leave customs union, May says, to offer Ireland backstop - EURACTIV
Britain will leave customs union, May says, to offer Ireland backstop  EURACTIV

Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday (17 May) Britain would leave the EU customs union after Brexit but a source said London was considering a ...




UK weather: May 2018 hottest since records began in UK - BBC News
UK weather: May 2018 hottest since records began in UK  BBC News

Provisional data from the Met Office shows the average daily maximum temperature was 17C (63F).




Michel Barnier: UK could reapply for EU membership once it is ?a third country? - POLITICO.eu
Michel Barnier: UK could reapply for EU membership once it is ?a third country?  POLITICO.eu

The EU's chief negotiator says a no-deal would be a 'leap in the dark' for EU citizens in the UK.




Statement by Michel Barnier following his meeting with Dominic Raab, UK Secretary of State for Exiting the EU - EU News
Statement by Michel Barnier following his meeting with Dominic Raab, UK Secretary of State for Exiting the EU  EU News

European Commission - Press Release details page - European Commission - Statement Brussels, 31 August 2018 Good afternoon to each and every one of ...




EU?s hard Brexit is going to hurt ? a lot - POLITICO.eu
EU?s hard Brexit is going to hurt ? a lot  POLITICO.eu

The EU is planning hard for a no-deal Brexit ? and especially to make sure that if everyone goes over the cliff, the U.K
will land hardest of all
The European ...




Top GP issues mental health warning as 400 doctors die by suicide - Pulse
Top GP issues mental health warning as 400 doctors die by suicide  Pulse

Professor Clare Gerada has called on the Government to improve support available to doctors, amid data showing over 400 doctors died by suicide in just four ...




More than 3,400 Irish women travelled to UK for abortions in 2015 - thejournal.ie
More than 3,400 Irish women travelled to UK for abortions in 2015  thejournal.ie

833 women from Northern Ireland also travelled for the procedure last year.




UK and EU fail to strike Brexit talks deal - BBC News
UK and EU fail to strike Brexit talks deal  BBC News

The UK and EU have failed to reach an agreement to move to the next stage of Brexit talks, Theresa May has said
The prime minister said talks would ...




Marie Kondo: Are charity shops feeling the effect? - BBC News
Marie Kondo: Are charity shops feeling the effect?  BBC News

Shops say they have seen a spike in donations since the Netflix de-cluttering show launched.




Northern France?s parallel Brexit talks - POLITICO.eu
Northern France?s parallel Brexit talks  POLITICO.eu

Politicians and officials on either side of the Channel get together to tackle big border challenges.




Who is Andrew Smyth? Everything you need to know about the Great British Bake Off finalist - The Telegraph
Who is Andrew Smyth? Everything you need to know about the Great British Bake Off finalist  The Telegraph

Andrew Smyth has already won a firm following among Great British Bake Off fans with his quiet confidence and cheery attitude
At 25 years old, Smyth is the ...




Medicinal cannabis to be available on prescription in UK after being approved for use by government - The Independent
Medicinal cannabis to be available on prescription in UK after being approved for use by government  The Independent

Medicinal cannabis will be made available on prescription after it was approved for use by the government
Doctors will be able to prescribe medicine derived ...




Tobacco firm Philip Morris accused of 'staggering hypocrisy' over UK anti-smoking campaign - The Independent
Tobacco firm Philip Morris accused of 'staggering hypocrisy' over UK anti-smoking campaign  The Independent

One of the world's largest cigarette and tobacco companies has been accused of ?staggering hypocrisy? by cancer charities after launching a campaign to help ...




Brexit: At-a-glance guide to the UK-EU negotiations - BBC News
Brexit: At-a-glance guide to the UK-EU negotiations  BBC News

The UK is negotiating its exit from the European Union after the country voted to leave in a referendum in June 2016
As it stands, the UK will depart the EU on ...




Hostility to men and elderly people could become hate crimes - BBC News
Hostility to men and elderly people could become hate crimes  BBC News

Misandry - the opposite of misogyny - and ageism could both soon be included in the definition.




Arron Banks, Brexit and the Russia connection - The Guardian
Arron Banks, Brexit and the Russia connection  The Guardian

An 18-month investigation leads to a trail of new evidence showing the 'bad boys of Brexit' had closer links to Russia and its ambassador than they have ...




Competition and Markets Authority - GOV.UK
Competition and Markets Authority  GOV.UK

We work to promote competition for the benefit of consumers, both within and outside the UK
Our aim is to make markets work well for consumers, businesses ...




Beast from the East meets storm Emma, causing UK's worst weather in years - The Guardian
Beast from the East meets storm Emma, causing UK's worst weather in years  The Guardian

Snow chaos causes deaths, disrupts travel and closes schools and hospitals across the UK as Met Office issues red alert.




Transgender woman wins pension court battle - BBC News
Transgender woman wins pension court battle  BBC News

A transgender woman who was unable to access her pension was discriminated against by UK law, the European Court of Justice has found
The woman ...




Department for International Trade - GOV.UK
Department for International Trade  GOV.UK

We secure UK and global prosperity by promoting and financing international trade and investment, and championing free trade.




What is universal credit - and what's the problem? - BBC News
What is universal credit - and what's the problem?  BBC News

Universal credit has proved controversial almost from the beginning, with reports of IT issues, massive overspends and administrative problems
It's being rolled ...




Brexit Britain has the deepest faultlines of any country I have known - The Guardian
Brexit Britain has the deepest faultlines of any country I have known  The Guardian

British society needs modernisation but instead Brits will be busy rebuilding bridges they are about to tear down.




Gatwick flights resume after drone sighting caused more disruption ? as it happened - The Guardian
Gatwick flights resume after drone sighting caused more disruption ? as it happened  The Guardian

With flights resuming at Gatwick, we are closing the blog but we will be back up and running if there are more drone sightings or further developments
Thanks ...




Trump steel tariffs illegal, says UK's Liam Fox - BBC News
Trump steel tariffs illegal, says UK's Liam Fox  BBC News

New tariffs imposed by the US on steel and aluminium from the EU are "illegal", the UK's International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said
The policy came into ...




UK heatwave brings hottest June day for 40 years - The Guardian
UK heatwave brings hottest June day for 40 years  The Guardian

Temperature hits 34.5C at Heathrow as heat brings health warnings of toxic air in large parts of southern England and Wales.




Police facing surge in extremists released from jail, analysis finds - The Guardian
Police facing surge in extremists released from jail, analysis finds  The Guardian

Police and security services face a surge in the number of convicted terrorists released from prison, Guardian analysis has shown, prompting warnings over the ...




Department for Exiting the European Union - GOV.UK
Department for Exiting the European Union  GOV.UK

We are responsible for overseeing negotiations to leave the EU and establishing the future relationship between the UK and EU.




Cotton buds and plastic straws could be banned in England next year - The Guardian
Cotton buds and plastic straws could be banned in England next year  The Guardian

Consultation to start later this year as Theresa May continues drive against single-use plastic waste
Anne Perkins Deputy political editor
Thu 19 Apr 2018 03.36 ...




Secret Brexit analysis warns of financial hit to Britain - Financial Times
Secret Brexit analysis warns of financial hit to Britain  Financial Times

Britain will be left worse off under all economic scenarios after Brexit, according to a leaked government analysis, with financial services, manufacturing and ...




Edward Heath: A profile of the former UK prime minister - BBC News
Edward Heath: A profile of the former UK prime minister  BBC News

A profile of former Conservative Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath.




Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU - BBC News
Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU  BBC News

A guide to plans for the UK to leave the European Union, which is due to happen on 29 March.




I was affected by the breast cancer screening scandal ? but NHS cuts had already convinced me to go to private - The Independent
I was affected by the breast cancer screening scandal ? but NHS cuts had already convinced me to go to private  The Independent

Plagued by sleep deprivation because my arthritic joints ached all night, I rang for an appointment with my local GP
The first date available was 14 days away.




How I learnt to loathe England - Prospect
How I learnt to loathe England  Prospect

A Dutchman reflects on what he's learnt by living in Britain for the last six years?it isn't pretty.




Card surcharges: Is this finally the end? - BBC News
Card surcharges: Is this finally the end?  BBC News

Charging extra to anyone using a credit or debit card will be banned in the UK from Saturday, 13 January
This will mean an end to the extra cost added on at the ...




What would the union jack look like if the Scottish bit were removed? - BBC News
What would the union jack look like if the Scottish bit were removed?  BBC News

Scotland's referendum on independence is now just over 10 months away, but the question of what might happen to the union jack has been largely overlooked.




Australia overtaking UK for overseas students - BBC News
Australia overtaking UK for overseas students  BBC News

Australia is overtaking the UK as the world's second biggest destination for international students.




May denies 'caving in' as Spain claims victory on Gibraltar - Sky News
May denies 'caving in' as Spain claims victory on Gibraltar  Sky News

Theresa May arrives in Brussels ahead of Sunday's Brexit summit with EU leaders after the UK reaches an agreement with Spain over Gibraltar.




All you need to know about Air Passenger Duty - Skyscanner News
All you need to know about Air Passenger Duty  Skyscanner News

From 1st April 2018, certain travel taxes in the UK will change again
Air Passenger Duty (APD) for long-haul flights is creeping up to £78 for economy class and ...




Brexit: World reaction as UK votes to leave EU - BBC News
Brexit: World reaction as UK votes to leave EU  BBC News

International reaction as the UK votes to leave the European Union in Thursday's historic referendum.




UK 'hoverboard' crackdown: all you need to know - The Guardian
UK 'hoverboard' crackdown: all you need to know  The Guardian

Are self-balancing mini scooters banned from footpaths? If so, why are mobility vehicles allowed? Key questions answered.




Soft drink sugar tax starts, but will it work? - BBC News
Soft drink sugar tax starts, but will it work?  BBC News

Half of manufacturers cut sugar *content*, with ministers calling it a good start in fight against obesity.




Theresa May expected to tour UK in effort to forge Brexit consensus - The Guardian
Theresa May expected to tour UK in effort to forge Brexit consensus  The Guardian

PM will seek to appease concerns over inclusion of devolved administrations in EU talks and ease tensions with Scottish government.




Stop flushing terrapins down the toilet, pet owners warned - The Independent
Stop flushing terrapins down the toilet, pet owners warned  The Independent

Pet terrapins that have been flushed away are damaging pond life and waterfowl, according to bosses at a sea life centre
Sea Life Manchester said UK ...




Disruption at UK airports as wintry weather strands hundreds - The Guardian
Disruption at UK airports as wintry weather strands hundreds  The Guardian

Motorists have had to abandon their vehicles in icy conditions in the Lake District and hundreds of passengers have been stranded at airports after their flights ...




Sugar tax: How will it work? - BBC News
Sugar tax: How will it work?  BBC News

A new sugar tax on the soft drinks industry will be introduced in the UK, the chancellor has announced as he unveiled his Budget
It is something that has been ...




Pet travel: approved air, sea and rail carriers and routes - GOV.UK
Pet travel: approved air, sea and rail carriers and routes  GOV.UK

You can only use these carriers and routes approved by the Animal and Plant Health Agency to bring your pet to England or Scotland
There are no approved ...




Cave rescue: Who are the 12 boys and their coach who were trapped in Thailand? - BBC News
Cave rescue: Who are the 12 boys and their coach who were trapped in Thailand?  BBC News

On 23 June, 12 boys and their football coach walked into a cave after football practice in northern Thailand
The boys, who are part of the Moo Pa - or Wild Boars ...




'Paupers' funerals' cost councils £1.7m - BBC News
'Paupers' funerals' cost councils £1.7m  BBC News

The cost to local councils of so-called "paupers' funerals" has risen almost 30%

to £1.7m in the past four years
The number of these funerals has also risen by ...




How will the inquiry into historical child sexual abuse work? - BBC News
How will the inquiry into historical child sexual abuse work?  BBC News

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) in England and Wales held its first full public hearing with an examination of allegations made by ...




Medicinal cannabis use to be reviewed by government - BBC News
Medicinal cannabis use to be reviewed by government  BBC News

The use of medicinal cannabis is to be reviewed, which could lead to more prescriptions of drugs made from the plant, the home secretary has said.




UK Supreme Court rules in favor of Christian bakery - Catholic News Agency
UK Supreme Court rules in favor of Christian bakery  Catholic News Agency

The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom has reached a unanimous verdict in favor of the right of a Christian-owned bakery not to create a cake in support of ...




Brexit: no transition deal for Gibraltar, EU officials confirm ? as it happened - The Guardian
Brexit: no transition deal for Gibraltar, EU officials confirm ? as it happened  The Guardian

Officials disclose expected amount Britain will have to pay to leave EU after May's announcement of deal for talks to progress.




What are the UK's commitments to overseas territories? - BBC News
What are the UK's commitments to overseas territories?  BBC News

The UK is facing criticism for its response to Hurricane Irma, but what are its responsibilities to its overseas territories? Britain has 14 overseas territories.




First rail freight service to China departs UK - BBC News
First rail freight service to China departs UK  BBC News

The first rail freight *service* from the UK to China has departed on its 17-day, 7,500-mile journey
British goods including soft drinks, vitamins and baby products ...




HQ Trivia app launches UK version - BBC News
HQ Trivia app launches UK version  BBC News

Popular app-based quiz show HQ Trivia has launched in the UK
Until now, anyone wanting to compete in the real-time quiz had to sign up to play the US ...




Election 2015 interactive: Can you form a stable government? - The Guardian
Election 2015 interactive: Can you form a stable government?  The Guardian

Combine parties as best you can to form a workable government coalition or alliance
You need 323 votes, probably, to survive a confidence vote, but you may ...




Donald Trump cancels February visit to UK - BBC News
Donald Trump cancels February visit to UK  BBC News

Donald Trump has cancelled a planned visit to the UK in February, where he had been expected to open a new $1bn (£738m) US embassy in London
The US ...




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