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European elections 2019: Where the parties stand on Brexit - BBC News
European elections 2019: Where the parties stand on Brexit  BBC News

Seats in England, Scotland and Wales are awarded to parties according to their share of the vote, to candidates on lists drawn up by the parties
Northern Ireland ...




Nissan shelving plans to build new X-Trail in UK, claims report - The Guardian
Nissan shelving plans to build new X-Trail in UK, claims report  The Guardian

Carmaker taciturn on reports about Sunderland plant, as fears grow over Brexit impact.




Wales Geography | A Guide To Wales - wales.com
Wales Geography | A Guide To Wales  wales.com

Wales is a compact country with different regions and areas
Use our guide to the geography of Wales to help you make the most of your visit.




Baby names: Hunter and Aurora join top 100 - BBC News
Baby names: Hunter and Aurora join top 100  BBC News

Hunter and Aurora have joined the top 100 names for baby boys and girls in England and Wales, according to official statistics
Oliver and Olivia remain the most ...




What schools are closed on Friday? Latest school closures due to bad UK weather and how to find out if your - The Sun
What schools are closed on Friday? Latest school closures due to bad UK weather and how to find out if your  The Sun

GALES expected as we head into the weekend with gusts for 60 or 70mph, but will it affect your school? Here's how to find out if the ones near you are open.




Climate strikes: Hundreds of children miss school to protest - BBC News
Climate strikes: Hundreds of children miss school to protest  BBC News

Hundreds of young people have missed a day of school in order to protest against what they say is one of the greatest threats to their future
Primary and ...




Poverty causing 'misery' in UK, and ministers are in denial, says UN official - BBC News
Poverty causing 'misery' in UK, and ministers are in denial, says UN official  BBC News

Ministers are in a "state of denial" about poverty, a UN expert has said following a 12-day tour of the UK
Philip Alston, special rapporteur on extreme poverty, ...




UK experiences winter temperatures above 20C for first time - The Guardian
UK experiences winter temperatures above 20C for first time  The Guardian

The UK is experiencing its warmest February day on record and some of the highest temperatures ever recorded in winter, according to forecasters.




UK music festivals 2019: The best line-ups coming this summer - Evening Standard
UK music festivals 2019: The best line-ups coming this summer  Evening Standard

Rocking out on an island? Discovering new artists in tiny venues? Raving in an Anglesey forest? This summer, the UK's festival scene has it all
From Glasgow ...




UK cyber-crime victims lose £190,000 a day - BBC News
UK cyber-crime victims lose £190,000 a day  BBC News

More than £190,000 a day is lost in the UK by victims of cyber-crime, police statistics show
More than a third of victims in that period fell prey to the hacking of ...




Brexit will make UK worse off, government forecasts warn - BBC News
Brexit will make UK worse off, government forecasts warn  BBC News

The UK will be poorer economically under any form of Brexit, compared with staying in the EU, new government analysis suggests
Official figures say the UK ...




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.




Early spring flowers around the UK: readers? travel tips - The Guardian
Early spring flowers around the UK: readers? travel tips  The Guardian

With vibrant displays up and down the country, our readers recommend places to immerse yourself in the blooms.




UK weather forecast ? Snow and -17C Arctic blast to hit Britain this week and set to last a MONTH - The Scottish Sun
UK weather forecast ? Snow and -17C Arctic blast to hit Britain this week and set to last a MONTH  The Scottish Sun

Strong winds are expected to hammer parts of the UK as temperatures plunge drastically, triggering a deep freeze later this week.




?We?ve suffered enough?: Durham locals fight new open-cast coal mine - The Guardian
?We?ve suffered enough?: Durham locals fight new open-cast coal mine  The Guardian

From the end of her garden June Davison can see and hear the heavy machinery stripping away the valley
Soon there will be explosions and dust to add to the ...




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

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? A Budget for hard ...




'Nobody took charge': train bosses and transport secretary under fire over rail timetable fiasco - The Independent
'Nobody took charge': train bosses and transport secretary under fire over rail timetable fiasco  The Independent

An inquiry has concluded that "nobody took charge" of the rail timetable chaos that caused misery for millions of passengers when the new schedules were ...




UK box office 2018 verdict: a remarkable year for the cinema industry - Screen International
UK box office 2018 verdict: a remarkable year for the cinema industry  Screen International

As the UK faced political crisis and internal division, audiences flocked to the cinema in ever-greater numbers for escapism and uplift
Screen reports on a year ...




Justice Secretary announces new female offender funding at Women's Aid speech - GOV.UK
Justice Secretary announces new female offender funding at Women's Aid speech  GOV.UK

Justice Secretary David Gauke announced in a speech at Women's Aid that community services supporting vulnerable women have been awarded £1.6 million ...




Brexit: Theresa May's deal is voted down in historic Commons defeat - BBC News
Brexit: Theresa May's deal is voted down in historic Commons defeat  BBC News

Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal has been rejected by 230 votes - the largest defeat for a sitting government in history
MPs voted by 432 votes to 202 to ...




UK weather: Met Office says almost one month's rainfall fell in Sussex - Metro
UK weather: Met Office says almost one month's rainfall fell in Sussex  Metro

Almost one month's rainfall battered parts of the UK yesterday as more thunderstorms swept across the country and temperatures plummeted
More than 40mm ...




Am I the only one who?s terrified about the warm weather? - The Guardian
Am I the only one who?s terrified about the warm weather?  The Guardian

The UK's unseasonal weather feels like a sign that something is horribly wrong, says Jonn Elledge, assistant editor of New Statesman.




BBC was not impartial during Brexit referendum, ITV's Robert Peston says - The Independent
BBC was not impartial during Brexit referendum, ITV's Robert Peston says  The Independent

The BBC failed to deliver impartial and balanced journalism while covering the Brexit referendum campaign, according to ITV's political editor Robert Peston.




Brexit: What is the Irish border backstop? - BBC News
Brexit: What is the Irish border 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 ...




UK says Huawei is manageable risk to 5G - Financial Times
UK says Huawei is manageable risk to 5G  Financial Times

British intelligence has concluded that it is possible to mitigate the risk from using Huawei equipment in 5G networks, in a serious blow to US efforts to persuade ...




Revealed: 'dozens' of girls subjected to breast-ironing in UK - The Guardian
Revealed: 'dozens' of girls subjected to breast-ironing in UK  The Guardian

An African practice of ?ironing? a girl's chest with a hot stone to delay breast formation is spreading in the UK, with anecdotal evidence of dozens of recent cases, ...




Department of Health and Social Care - GOV.UK
Department of Health and Social Care  GOV.UK

We support ministers in leading the nation's health and social care to help people live more independent, healthier lives for longer
DHSC is a ministerial ...




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 ...




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 ...




Give workers four-day week and more pay, unions urge businesses - The Independent
Give workers four-day week and more pay, unions urge businesses  The Independent

The leader of Britain's trade union movement has called for the power of technology to be used to give workers a four-day working week
Frances O'Grady ...




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.




Philip Green named in parliament as businessman who gagged media from publishing sexual harassment allegations - The Independent
Philip Green named in parliament as businessman who gagged media from publishing sexual harassment allegations  The Independent

Sir Philip Green has been named as the ?leading businessman? who obtained a privacy injunction to prevent the media publishing allegations by former ...




UK would be welcomed to TPP ?with open arms?, says Shinzo Abe - Financial Times
UK would be welcomed to TPP ?with open arms?, says Shinzo Abe  Financial Times

Japan would welcome Britain to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal ?with open arms?, said Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, as he urged a compromise to avoid a ...




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.




News Scan for Apr 01, 2019 - CIDRAP
News Scan for Apr 01, 2019  CIDRAP

Saudi Arabia's Ministry of Health (MOH) has reported another MERS-CoV case, marking the second recent case from Khafji in the country's northeast, according ...




Anglesey rescue turtle Menai dies in Gran Canaria - BBC News
Anglesey rescue turtle Menai dies in Gran Canaria  BBC News

A rare turtle that washed up in Wales and was flown to Gran Canaria for treatment has died
The Olive Ridley turtle, nicknamed Menai, was the first such turtle to ...




Roundup weedkiller could be pulled from British shelves after $289m US lawsuit finds link to cancer - The Independent
Roundup weedkiller could be pulled from British shelves after $289m US lawsuit finds link to cancer  The Independent

Roundup weedkiller could be pulled from British shelves after a US court ruled the chemical contributed to a man's terminal cancer
Homebase, one of the UK's ...




Dog attacks on livestock 'devastate' farmers - BBC News
Dog attacks on livestock 'devastate' farmers  BBC News

Sheep being injured and killed in dog attacks causes devastation for farmers, said one who has lost 18 animals
Ben Jones from Hensol, Vale of Glamorgan, ...




All UK mussels contain plastic and other contaminants, study finds - The Independent
All UK mussels contain plastic and other contaminants, study finds  The Independent

All mussels sampled from UK coastlines and supermarkets were found to contain tiny shards of plastic and other debris in a new study
The scientists behind the ...




No-deal Brexit: study warns of severe short-term impact on UK - The Guardian
No-deal Brexit: study warns of severe short-term impact on UK  The Guardian

The short-term impact of a no-deal Brexit on Britain's economy would be ?chaotic and severe?, jeopardising jobs and disrupting trade links, warn experts from the ...




Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure - The Natural History Museum
Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure  The Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum's iconic Diplodocus cast is going on an adventure across the UK
Find out how you can join him.




Concerns mount over plans for two-mile road tunnel past Stonehenge - The Guardian
Concerns mount over plans for two-mile road tunnel past Stonehenge  The Guardian

Environmentalists, archaeologists, residents and druids have expressed deep concerns about a controversial scheme to build a road tunnel through the ...




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.




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 ...




'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 ...




UK to send new aircraft carrier loaded with F35 jets into South China Sea - CNBC
UK to send new aircraft carrier loaded with F35 jets into South China Sea  CNBC

The joint mission with U.S
forces is being described as a display of "lethality."




Ban new petrol and diesel cars in 2030, not 2040, says thinktank - The Guardian
Ban new petrol and diesel cars in 2030, not 2040, says thinktank  The Guardian

Ministers have been urged to bring forward their 2040 ban on new diesel and petrol car sales by a decade, a move which an environmental thinktank said would ...




ALIENS blamed for MUTILATING cows in Argentina - Express.co.uk
ALIENS blamed for MUTILATING cows in Argentina  Express.co.uk

ALIENS are being blamed for a spate of cow mutilations in Argentina after ?strange lights? were spotted in the sky in the build up to the massacre.




Ransomware Cyber Attack RECAP: Nissan confirm they have been hit by hack which crippled NHS - ChronicleLive
Ransomware Cyber Attack RECAP: Nissan confirm they have been hit by hack which crippled NHS  ChronicleLive

A major cyber attack which crippled the NHS has also affected car manufacturing giant Nissan, they have confirmed
Yesterday, the NHS was plunged into ...




Do England's cities want devolved powers? - BBC News
Do England's cities want devolved powers?  BBC News

England's major cities could be in line for sweeping new powers if they sign up for the government's devolution revolution - but is it wanted? George Osborne ...




#MeQueer hashtag goes viral as LGBT+ people share horrific stories of violence and abuse - PinkNews
#MeQueer hashtag goes viral as LGBT+ people share horrific stories of violence and abuse  PinkNews

LGBT+ people all the world have shared shocking stories of the abuse and violence they've suffered because of their queer identities
Using the viral hashtag ...




Why the Midlands is the best place in Britain - The Guardian
Why the Midlands is the best place in Britain  The Guardian

From Shakespeare to Walkers crisps to oxygen, there's more to the Midlands than Spaghetti Junction
In fact, it's where anything of any value ? ever ? started life, ...




Worst places to live in the UK: Barking and Dagenham come first in top 10 list dominated by nine London boroughs - The Independent
Worst places to live in the UK: Barking and Dagenham come first in top 10 list dominated by nine London boroughs  The Independent

Nine boroughs in London have made a top 10 list of the worst places to live in the UK.




Pet cat brings bag full of drugs home to owner - The Independent
Pet cat brings bag full of drugs home to owner  The Independent

A cat's owner was left stunned when their pet brought home a bag full of what is thought to be class A drugs
The stash was found in the cat's bed at its home in ...




The UK Biobank resource with deep phenotyping and genomic data - Nature.com
The UK Biobank resource with deep phenotyping and genomic data  Nature.com

The UK Biobank project is a prospective cohort study with deep genetic and phenotypic data collected on approximately 500,000 individuals from across the ...




Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy - GOV.UK
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy  GOV.UK

We are building an economy that works for everyone, so that there are great places in every part of the UK for people to work and for businesses to invest, ...




Theresa May calls Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital 'unhelpful for peace prospects' - The Independent
Theresa May calls Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital 'unhelpful for peace prospects'  The Independent

Theresa May has said she regards the decision by the United States to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel as unhelpful to prospects for peace in the ...




UK Mennonites end Sunday services after numbers dwindle - The Guardian
UK Mennonites end Sunday services after numbers dwindle  The Guardian

One of Britain's smallest religious groups, related to the Amish, abandons collective worship after attendance hits single figures.




Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs - GOV.UK
Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs  GOV.UK

We are the UK government department responsible for safeguarding our natural environment, supporting our world-leading food and farming industry, and ...




Syria conflict: White Helmets evacuated by Israel - BBC News
Syria conflict: White Helmets evacuated by Israel  BBC News

Hundreds of civil defence volunteers and family members are taken from a border war zone to Jordan.




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 ...




London widens gap with regions - Financial Times
London widens gap with regions  Financial Times

London has opened a wider gap in economic output with the rest of the UK amid growing regional disparities since the financial crisis began more than three ...




Calls grow for Isis ?Beatles? to face UK trial - The Guardian
Calls grow for Isis ?Beatles? to face UK trial  The Guardian

Calls are mounting for the two British fighters captured in Syria to be sent back to the UK to face trial, with a former counter-terrorism regulator describing it as the ...




Qatar crisis highlights rising UK energy reliance on imports - The Guardian
Qatar crisis highlights rising UK energy reliance on imports  The Guardian

Fall in North Sea output means Britain imports nearly one-third of its gas from a small Gulf state whose transport links have just been severed by neighbours.




CO2 shortage: Coca-Cola pauses production at some plants - BBC News
CO2 shortage: Coca-Cola pauses production at some plants  BBC News

Coca-Cola says it has "temporarily paused" some production because of the shortage of CO2 gas
However, the soft drinks manufacturer says that so far the ...




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 ...




Rainfall Radar - Met Office
Rainfall Radar  Met Office

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Libraries lose a quarter of staff as hundreds close - BBC News
Libraries lose a quarter of staff as hundreds close  BBC News

Almost 8,000 jobs in UK libraries have disappeared in six years, about a quarter of the overall total, an investigation by the BBC has revealed
Over the same ...




This Leaked Government Brexit Analysis Says The UK Will Be Worse Off In Every Scenario - BuzzFeed News
This Leaked Government Brexit Analysis Says The UK Will Be Worse Off In Every Scenario  BuzzFeed News

Exclusive: BuzzFeed News has seen a new Brexit impact assessment, which says leaving the EU will adversely hit almost every sector and every UK region.




UK issues health warnings as smog cloud spreads across Europe - The Guardian
UK issues health warnings as smog cloud spreads across Europe  The Guardian

Up to 90%

of the pollution has blown in from European cities causing a spike in levels across Britain and triggering warnings to asthma sufferers and older ...




London stabbings 2018 ? latest knife crime statistics and attacks in Clapham, Crouch Hill, Hammersmith and G - The Sun
London stabbings 2018 ? latest knife crime statistics and attacks in Clapham, Crouch Hill, Hammersmith and G  The Sun

Dozens of people have been fatally stabbed in the capital since the beginning of this year as latest figures show knife crime has soared to seven-year high.




The huge political cost of Blair's decision to allow Eastern European migrants unfettered access to Britain - The Conversation UK
The huge political cost of Blair's decision to allow Eastern European migrants unfettered access to Britain  The Conversation UK

In 2004 the Labour government allowed citizens of the 10 new EU states labour market access
Why did Blair make this decision?




Sunday share tips: Greencore, Law Debenture, Qinetiq - ShareCast
Sunday share tips: Greencore, Law Debenture, Qinetiq  ShareCast

Share tips from Sunday newspapers, including Greencore in the Sunday Times and Law Debenture in the Mail on Sunday.




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.




Opinion today: Trump's war on global trade - Financial Times
Opinion today: Trump's war on global trade  Financial Times

This article is from today's FT Opinion email
Sign up to receive a daily digest of the big issues straight to your inbox
The effects of Donald Trump's mercurial ...




One by one, the quangos are abolished
But at what cost? - Independent
One by one, the quangos are abolished
But at what cost?
  Independent

David Cameron vowed in opposition to rein in Britain's quango state in an attack on a bloated public sector
His threatened cull of taxpayer-funded organisations ...




Why the Remain Campaign Lost the Brexit Vote - The New Yorker
Why the Remain Campaign Lost the Brexit Vote  The New Yorker

John Cassidy writes about where the Remain campaign went wrong in its efforts to stop Brexit and keep the U.K
in the E.U..




Burry Inlet sewage European court case looms - BBC News
Burry Inlet sewage European court case looms  BBC News

A court case is looming over the amount of sewage and waste water that is discharged into the sea off west Wales.




Russia accuses Britain of staging suspected Syria chemical weapons attack - The Independent
Russia accuses Britain of staging suspected Syria chemical weapons attack  The Independent

The Kremlin has accused Britain of staging the Douma chemical atrocity to manufacture a pretext for Western military action in Syria and dupe the international ...




Modern Vietnamese slaves in the UK: are raid and rescue operations appropriate? - Open Democracy
Modern Vietnamese slaves in the UK: are raid and rescue operations appropriate?  Open Democracy

The arbitrary and controversial categorisation of people as modern slaves in need of rescue does not reflect the complex reality and expectations of many who ...




New study shows Brighton and Hove has some of the most deprived areas in the country - The Argus
New study shows Brighton and Hove has some of the most deprived areas in the country  The Argus

BRIGHTON and Hove is home to some of most deprived but also the most affluent areas in England, new figures show.




Mapped: How the UK generates its electricity - Carbon Brief
Mapped: How the UK generates its electricity  Carbon Brief

In recent years, the UK has added thousands of renewable power schemes to its ageing ? and dwindling ? fleet of coal, nuclear and gas plants
Yet these ...




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 ...




UK plans $80M in tech initiatives, doubles tech visas to 2,000 to shore up support amid Brexit anxiety - TechCrunch
UK plans $80M in tech initiatives, doubles tech visas to 2,000 to shore up support amid Brexit anxiety  TechCrunch

While the UK continues to try to find solid ground to begin its contentious Brexit negotiations, the government has launched several initiatives to try to shore up ...




UK 'eliminates measles' for first time - BBC News
UK 'eliminates measles' for first time  BBC News

The elimination of measles has been achieved in the UK for the first time, the World Health Organization says
The global health body classes a country as ...




Theresa May to create new internet that would be controlled and regulated by government - The Independent
Theresa May to create new internet that would be controlled and regulated by government  The Independent

Theresa May is planning to introduce huge regulations on the way the internet works, allowing the government to decide what is said online
Particular focus has ...




Why the system of rail privatisation in the UK has been a disaster - EUROPP - European Politics and Policy
Why the system of rail privatisation in the UK has been a disaster  EUROPP - European Politics and Policy

Michael Moran, one of the authors of a report on the system of rail privatisation in the UK, discusses its findings
Some important issues he raises are the.




Chilean villagers claim British appetite for avocados is draining region dry - The Guardian
Chilean villagers claim British appetite for avocados is draining region dry  The Guardian

UK demand for fruit increased by 27%

last year alone, prompting accusations that growers are illegally diverting rivers and leaving locals without water.




Japanese railway company apologises for train leaving 25 seconds too early - The Independent
Japanese railway company apologises for train leaving 25 seconds too early  The Independent

A Japanese rail company has apologised for ?any inconvenience? caused to customers after a train left the station 25 seconds early
Japan has one of the most ...




Syria air strikes: Were they legal? - BBC News
Syria air strikes: Were they legal?  BBC News

The justifications put forward by the US, UK and France for the air strikes in Syria have focused on the need to maintain the international prohibition against the ...




Barack Obama: Brexit would put UK 'back of the queue' for trade talks - The Guardian
Barack Obama: Brexit would put UK 'back of the queue' for trade talks  The Guardian

US president, visiting London, says 'part of being friends is being honest' as he lays out perils of leave vote in EU referendum.




Vast 5,600-year-old religious centre discovered near Stonehenge - The Independent
Vast 5,600-year-old religious centre discovered near Stonehenge  The Independent

A huge, prehistoric religious and ceremonial complex has been discovered near Britain's most famous prehistoric temple Stonehenge
Its discovery is likely to ...




Premier League live football: Pub landlord broke copyright law - BBC News
Premier League live football: Pub landlord broke copyright law  BBC News

A pub landlord has to pay £65000 in legal costs for breaching the Premier League's copyright by showing football matches using a foreign satellite card.




UK deploys hundreds of troops and aircraft to eastern Europe - The Guardian
UK deploys hundreds of troops and aircraft to eastern Europe  The Guardian

UK joins biggest post-cold war buildup of Nato forces as Russian military engages in series of high-profile manoeuvres.




UK arms exports to Saudi Arabia can continue, high court rules - The Guardian
UK arms exports to Saudi Arabia can continue, high court rules  The Guardian

Campaign Against the Arms Trade loses fight to stop sales to Gulf state over claims weapons may have been used to kill civilians in Yemen
Alice Ross
Mon 10 ...




Which schools are closed today? Latest school closures because of bad UK weather and how to find out if yours - The Sun
Which schools are closed today? Latest school closures because of bad UK weather and how to find out if yours  The Sun

Are schools closed today? School closures due to UK snow forecast and how to find out if yours is open.




Facts for the media - Alzheimer's Society
Facts for the media  Alzheimer's Society

Key facts and statistics on dementia and other dementia related topics can be found here.




A timeline of Britain's EU membership in Guardian reporting - The Guardian
A timeline of Britain's EU membership in Guardian reporting  The Guardian

From Britain's first hestitant steps towards joining the EEC, via the 1975 referendum and the pound leaving the ERM, through to Cameron bowing to the ...




Measles outbreak in maps and graphics - BBC News
Measles outbreak in maps and graphics  BBC News

Measles is back and causing outbreaks in England and Wales
It is a nasty and potentially fatal disease
It is also one of the most infectious viruses around.




Offshore wind power cheaper than new nuclear - BBC News
Offshore wind power cheaper than new nuclear  BBC News

Energy from offshore wind in the UK will be cheaper than electricity from new nuclear power for the first time
The cost of subsidies for new offshore wind farms ...




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