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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?




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.




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 ...




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 ...




?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 ...




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 ...




BBC News - Global Rainbow lights up the North East - BBC News
BBC News - Global Rainbow lights up the North East  BBC News

American artist Yvette Mattern's Global Rainbow was switched on at St Mary's Headland in North Tyneside
The light installation celebrates the London 2012 ...




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.




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.




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).




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 ...




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 ...




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.




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 ...




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 ...




Apple Watch Series 4 review: Next generation smartwatch is 'astonishingly good' - The Independent
Apple Watch Series 4 review: Next generation smartwatch is 'astonishingly good'  The Independent

Now, look, I don't to stop you from reading this review to the end but I'm going to level with you now because I can't hold back: I love this Apple Watch
It is the ...




UK agrees to take in some White Helmets evacuated from Syria by Israel - The Guardian
UK agrees to take in some White Helmets evacuated from Syria by Israel  The Guardian

The UK is willing to offer asylum to some of the 500 members or relatives of the Syrian volunteer civil defence forces known as the White Helmets who have ...




Poll: Leave voters want Brexit even if it breaks up UK - The Scotsman
Poll: Leave voters want Brexit even if it breaks up UK  The Scotsman

Leave voters would choose to leave the EU even if it meant the breakup of the United Kingdom, polling has found
The poll conducted by Lord Ashcroft, the ...




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 ...




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 ...




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 ...




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 ...




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 ...




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.




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 ...




Flood threat may result in people being moved to new areas - The Guardian
Flood threat may result in people being moved to new areas  The Guardian

People may have to be moved away from high-risk areas as climate change makes flooding more likely and more severe in the UK, the government has said.




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.




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.




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 ...




'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 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.




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.




UK has not renewed Roman Abramovich?s visa - Financial Times
UK has not renewed Roman Abramovich?s visa  Financial Times

The UK has yet to renew a visa for Roman Abramovich, the Russian oligarch and owner of Chelsea football club, after it expired last month, according to four ...




Trafigura seeks to reopen LNG import terminal in UK - Financial Times
Trafigura seeks to reopen LNG import terminal in UK  Financial Times

Swiss commodity trader Trafigura is looking to reopen an import terminal for liquefied natural gas in north-east England in the latest sign of how LNG is playing a ...




Weather and climate news - Met Office
Weather and climate news  Met Office

As the UK's official weather *service* the Met Office works closely with the media to ensure that the country is aware of, and can cope during, times of extreme ...




The UK and EU agree terms for Brexit transition period - BBC News
The UK and EU agree terms for Brexit transition period  BBC News

The UK and EU have agreed on a "large part" of the agreement that will lead to the "orderly withdrawal" of the UK
Negotiators Michel Barnier and David Davis ...




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 ...




Rail timetables overhaul aims to boost frequency and reliability - BBC News
Rail timetables overhaul aims to boost frequency and reliability  BBC News

A rail timetable overhaul billed as the biggest in the UK has begun - but it may leave some users behind
Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) is rescheduling every ...




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, ...




TSB?s ?flawless? IT migration turns into chaos for its customers - Financial Times
TSB?s ?flawless? IT migration turns into chaos for its customers  Financial Times

At 6.45 on Sunday evening, staff at UK bank TSB and its Spanish owner Sabadell were celebrating what they thought had been a ?flawless? execution of one of ...




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 ...




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?




Long Range Forecast - Met Office
Long Range Forecast  Met Office

Long range forecast for the UK over the next 6-30 days.




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.




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 ...




Spy poisoning: How is the UK retaliating against Russia? - BBC News
Spy poisoning: How is the UK retaliating against Russia?  BBC News

UK Prime Minister Theresa May has announced the expulsion of 23 Russian diplomats in retaliation for the attack on a former spy and his daughter who were ...




'Creepy clown' sorry for chainsaw stunt amid rise in sightings - BBC News
'Creepy clown' sorry for chainsaw stunt amid rise in sightings  BBC News

A student who dressed as a chainsaw-wielding clown on a university campus apologises - amid rising reports of "creepy clown" sightings.




#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 ...




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 ...




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 ...




Deadly gales halt trains and flights across north-west Europe - The Guardian
Deadly gales halt trains and flights across north-west Europe  The Guardian

Storm lashes Belgium, Germany, Netherlands and parts of UK, uprooting power lines and trees, and killing at least nine people
Jon Henley European affairs ...




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 ...




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 ...




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.




Syria: western allies launch diplomatic offensive in wake of strikes - The Guardian
Syria: western allies launch diplomatic offensive in wake of strikes  The Guardian

Pressure grows on Russia to stop protecting Assad as US, UK and France press for inquiry into chemical weapons stockpiles.




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 ...




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 ...




Conservationists: Polecats 'spreading across Britain' - BBC News
Conservationists: Polecats 'spreading across Britain'  BBC News

Polecats, which were almost wiped out in Britain 100 years ago, are now spreading across Britain, a survey shows.




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 ...




The 29 coolest female startup founders in the UK - Business Insider
The 29 coolest female startup founders in the UK  Business Insider

There are more women founding startups in the UK than ever.




May and Corbyn cross UK in attempt to sway voters on final day of campaigning - The Guardian
May and Corbyn cross UK in attempt to sway voters on final day of campaigning  The Guardian

Labour leader calls for people to vote to show 'democracy will never be cowed by terror' while PM calls for 'fiercely patriotic' voters to support Tories.




Syrian asylum seekers in UK forced into poverty - The Guardian
Syrian asylum seekers in UK forced into poverty  The Guardian

Hundreds of Syrian asylum seekers are struggling to survive in the UK, with some facing destitution and others forced into exploitative work because they are ...




Huge 7ft beast described as ?half human, half animal? caught on camera after ?savaging two dogs? - The Sun
Huge 7ft beast described as ?half human, half animal? caught on camera after ?savaging two dogs?  The Sun

The mysterious creature was spotted prowling through the streets of Santa Fe, Argentina.




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 ...




Britain?s oldest mum of quadruplet?s says she is the ?happiest woman alive? now all four of her babies are hom - The Sun
Britain?s oldest mum of quadruplet?s says she is the ?happiest woman alive? now all four of her babies are hom  The Sun

Tracey, who lives in Arnos Grove, North London, and her roofer hubby Stephen, spent £7000 on IVF treatment in Cyprus.




Vernon Hill, Metro Bank, makes UK disruption his pet project - Financial Times
Vernon Hill, Metro Bank, makes UK disruption his pet project  Financial Times

As founder and chairman of Metro Bank, Vernon Hill might be expected to arrive first for a meeting
But on this occasion Duffy, his Yorkshire terrier, beats him to it ...




Why is Saudi Arabia in Yemen and what does it mean for Britain? - The Guardian
Why is Saudi Arabia in Yemen and what does it mean for Britain?  The Guardian

In March 2015 a Saudi-led coalition began bombing Houthi rebels who had forced Yemen's president, Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, into exile
This week's visit to ...




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 ...




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.




Universal basic income: Half of Britons back plan to pay all UK citizens regardless of employment - The Independent
Universal basic income: Half of Britons back plan to pay all UK citizens regardless of employment  The Independent

Nearly half of Britons would support giving all citizens a cash allowance, regardless of whether they were employed, according to a new survey.




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.




Recent bad weather: "the worst storms since 2007" according to locals - ITV News
Recent bad weather: "the worst storms since 2007" according to locals  ITV News

Widespread disruption is expected to blight major transport routes for a second day after fierce storms and torrential downpours caused flash floods across parts ...




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 ...




Election results map 2015: full list - Telegraph.co.uk
Election results map 2015: full list  Telegraph.co.uk

Just the facts: find out who your MP is with our easy to read list of results of the 2015 UK general election by constituency.




Average UK life expectancy falls - Financial Times
Average UK life expectancy falls  Financial Times

The average life expectancy of men and women at the age of 65 has dropped in the past three years, according to research
Updated projections from the ...




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 ...




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 ...




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.




Britain to build first permanent Middle East military base in four decades - The Guardian
Britain to build first permanent Middle East military base in four decades  The Guardian

Foreign secretary Philip Hammond says new facility in Bahrain guarantees Royal Navy's Gulf presence.




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.




Trump of the tropics: the 'dangerous' candidate leading Brazil's presidential race - The Guardian
Trump of the tropics: the 'dangerous' candidate leading Brazil's presidential race  The Guardian

Jair Bolsonaro has openly cheered dictatorship and publicly insulted women
Now he's deploying Trump-like tactics in his race for the presidency.




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 ...




Amazon starts UK fresh food delivery - The Guardian
Amazon starts UK fresh food delivery  The Guardian

Amazon *Fresh* intends to offer extensive choice, low prices and fast delivery to an initial 69 postcodes in London.




Self-employment in UK at highest level since records began - The Guardian
Self-employment in UK at highest level since records began  The Guardian

Critics say fact that 15%

of workforce is self-employed is driving lower pay and retirement income and eroding job security and tax revenue.




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 ...




Solar panel fire fears after panels ignite in new block with thousands possibly at risk - Express
Solar panel fire fears after panels ignite in new block with thousands possibly at risk  Express

FEARS are growing that solar panels fitted to British homes could be flammable after a spate of fires in flats and schools.




'Fukushima radiation' found in UK - BBC News
'Fukushima radiation' found in UK  BBC News

Low levels of radioactive iodine believed to be from the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan have been detected in Glasgow and Oxfordshire
Health protection ...




My son, Osama: the al-Qaida leader's mother speaks for the first time - The Guardian
My son, Osama: the al-Qaida leader's mother speaks for the first time  The Guardian

Nearly 17 years since 9/11, Osama bin Laden's family remains an influential part of Saudi society ? as well as a reminder of the darkest moment in the kingdom's ...




UK to take up to 20,000 Syrian refugees over five years, David Cameron confirms - The Guardian
UK to take up to 20,000 Syrian refugees over five years, David Cameron confirms  The Guardian

Prime minister tells parliament UK will 'live up to its moral responsibility' but Green MP Caroline Lucas condemns 'pitifully small' response.




What made Sergei Skripal an assassination target? - Financial Times
What made Sergei Skripal an assassination target?  Financial Times

In the days since the Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia Skripal were poisoned with a rare nerve agent in Salisbury on Sunday ...




Six fast UK marathon courses to nail your PB - The Guardian
Six fast UK marathon courses to nail your PB  The Guardian

To get that PB, you want flat courses with good crowds, but without too much congestion
Here are six of the fastest, as chosen by the team at findarace.com.




Brexit is on: Britain votes to leave the EU ? experts respond - The Conversation UK
Brexit is on: Britain votes to leave the EU ? experts respond  The Conversation UK

The United Kingdom has voted in a referendum to leave the European Union
It is a result which will have dramatic implications for the future of the global ...




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..




UK flight ban on electronic devices announced - BBC News
UK flight ban on electronic devices announced  BBC News

The UK government has announced a cabin baggage ban on laptops and tablets on direct flights to the UK from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and ...




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

Mr Macmillan, a weary-looking father figure, at last held out his hand yesterday and offered to try to lead the Commons and the country into Europe, if he can find ...




Sex education to be compulsory in England's schools - BBC News
Sex education to be compulsory in England's schools  BBC News

Sex and relationships education is to be made compulsory in all schools in England, the government has announced
All children from the age of four will be ...




CDC Group defends UK foreign aid strategy as funding quadruples - Financial Times
CDC Group defends UK foreign aid strategy as funding quadruples  Financial Times

The UK government's overseas investment arm has hit back at critics, saying its investments in the world's poorest countries are a good way of delivering aid that ...




Catalonia parliament approves independence referendum - BBC News
Catalonia parliament approves independence referendum  BBC News

Parliament in Spain's restive Catalonia region has approved an independence referendum on 1 October which Madrid has vowed to outlaw
Separatist parties ...




'Amlo': the veteran leftwinger who could be Mexico's next president - The Guardian
'Amlo': the veteran leftwinger who could be Mexico's next president  The Guardian

A promise by Andrés Manuel López Obrador to tackle rampant corruption has helped propel him to frontrunner status but detractors paint him as an Hugo ...




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 ...




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