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Spring Statement 2019: what you need to know - GOV.UK
Spring Statement 2019: what you need to know  GOV.UK

The Chancellor has presented his Spring Statement to Parliament ? here's a summary of what he said.




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

Hundreds of primary and secondary school pupils descended on the Senedd in Cardiff Bay.




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.




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, ...




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: 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?




UK Intellectual Property Office - GOV.UK
UK Intellectual Property Office  GOV.UK

The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is the official UK government body responsible for intellectual property (IP) rights including patents, designs, trade marks ...




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

Menai, who washed up in Wales 8000 miles from home, dies before she can be released into the wild.




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?




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 ...




The school craze that left a pupil with horrendous burn injuries - WalesOnline
The school craze that left a pupil with horrendous burn injuries  WalesOnline

This picture was shared by the mother of a schoolboy who took part in the 'salt and ice challenge'




Measles and summer travel to Europe - GOV.UK
Measles and summer travel to Europe  GOV.UK

Young people are encouraged to make sure they have had both doses of the MMR vaccine before going on holiday to Europe where there are large outbreaks ...




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.




Valero Energy to build ?127m CHP unit - Power Technology
Valero Energy to build ?127m CHP unit  Power Technology

US-based company Valero Energy is set to begin a ?127m project that would create a combined heat and power (CHP) cogeneration unit at its Pembroke ...




India?s Uber rival Ola is headed to Europe with ride-hailing launch in the UK - TechCrunch
India?s Uber rival Ola is headed to Europe with ride-hailing launch in the UK  TechCrunch

The UK is getting a new alternative to Uber after India-based ride-hailing company Ola announced plans to expand to the country, which will become its first ...




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.




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.




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 ...




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.




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, ...




UK weather: 2018 could be our hottest summer on record, Met Office says - The Independent
UK weather: 2018 could be our hottest summer on record, Met Office says  The Independent

This summer could be the hottest on record, the Met Office has said
It will ?certainly rank in the top 10 warmest summers on record? if the ?remarkable? ...




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.




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.




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 ...




'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.




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 ...




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

Israel says it has carried out an evacuation of members of Syria's White Helmets civil defence group from a war zone in south-western Syria
Some 422 ...




Most expensive UK seaside towns named - BBC News
Most expensive UK seaside towns named  BBC News

The UK's most expensive seaside town is Sandbanks in Dorset, with the average house price there nearly ?665,000, a report has revealed
Salcombe in Devon ...




Woman once dubbed Britain's fattest teenager taken from home by crane - WalesOnline
Woman once dubbed Britain's fattest teenager taken from home by crane  WalesOnline

Georgia is said to weigh close to 60 stones and medics and emergency services were needed to move her.




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.




London Bridge attack: Timeline of British terror attacks - BBC News
London Bridge attack: Timeline of British terror attacks  BBC News

Britain has been hit by a series of terror attacks in 2017, the most recent being an attack on Muslim worshippers in Finsbury Park
Here is a list of some major ...




'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 ...




Fifth of Britain?s wild mammals ?at high risk of extinction? - The Guardian
Fifth of Britain?s wild mammals ?at high risk of extinction?  The Guardian

Species including the wildcat and black rat may be lost within a decade while others such as deer are thriving, analysis shows.




Bank warns no-deal could see UK sink into recession - BBC News
Bank warns no-deal could see UK sink into recession  BBC News

A no-deal Brexit could send the pound plunging and trigger a worse recession than the financial crisis, the Bank of England has warned
It said the UK economy ...




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.




Sepsis awareness campaign launched - BBC News
Sepsis awareness campaign launched  BBC News

A campaign to raise awareness of the "silent killer" sepsis is being launched by the Scottish government
It will highlight the signs and symptoms of the condition ...




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 ...




Friday the 13th Eclipse Visible to Lucky Few - Space.com
Friday the 13th Eclipse Visible to Lucky Few  Space.com

A solar eclipse is scheduled for Friday the 13th, but most skywatchers will be out of luck without doing a bit of traveling.




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.




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.




Britain's new aircraft carriers to test Beijing in South China Sea - The Guardian
Britain's new aircraft carriers to test Beijing in South China Sea  The Guardian

UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson commits 'colossal' carriers to embarking on freedom of navigation exercises in pointed remarks.




Four die as storm hits southern UK - BBC News
Four die as storm hits southern UK  BBC News

Four people have died after a storm hit parts of southern Britain, leading to 625000 homes losing power, and major travel disruption.




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.




Sir Tom Jones's estranged son Jonathan Berkery speaks out - Daily Mail
Sir Tom Jones's estranged son Jonathan Berkery speaks out  Daily Mail

Sir Tom Jones's 29-year-old son Jonathan Berkery sleeps on a mat in a New Jersey homeless shelter
The aspiring musician, who goes by the name Jon Jones, ...




NHS crisis: 20 hospitals declare black alert as patient safety no longer assured - The Guardian
NHS crisis: 20 hospitals declare black alert as patient safety no longer assured  The Guardian

Cancer operations were cancelled and a birthing centre closed as hospitals last week declared top level alert to cope with overcrowding.




Macron steps up pressure over Khashoggi killing as global leaders meet at G20 - The Chester Standard
Macron steps up pressure over Khashoggi killing as global leaders meet at G20  The Chester Standard

The French president told Saudi's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman that he is worried and 'you never listen to me'.




Vote 2011: UK rejects alternative vote - BBC News
Vote 2011: UK rejects alternative vote  BBC News

The UK has voted overwhelmingly to reject changing the way MPs are elected - dealing a bitter blow to Nick Clegg on top of heavy Lib Dem poll losses
Officials ...




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.




The secret world of the UK's immigration removal centres - BBC News
The secret world of the UK's immigration removal centres  BBC News

BBC Asian Network has been given a rare insight into what happens inside Britain's immigration removal centres.




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 ...




Why does the 1970s get painted as such a bad decade? - BBC News
Why does the 1970s get painted as such a bad decade?  BBC News

Historian Dominic Sandbrook examines why in the popular imagination the 1970s are lampooned and despised as the era of Edward Heath, the decade of the ...




?Superman? pill deaths spark calls for dangerous-drugs alert system - The Guardian
?Superman? pill deaths spark calls for dangerous-drugs alert system  The Guardian

The Netherlands issued early warnings about lethal pills believed to have subsequently killed four in UK over the festive break.




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.




Where is Game of Thrones filmed? Every location from all seven series, mapped - The Telegraph
Where is Game of Thrones filmed? Every location from all seven series, mapped  The Telegraph

The idea that tourists will flock to the filming locations of the latest blockbuster movie, or must-see TV drama, can sometimes feel a little far-fetched
How many ...




Game beware: it's the return of the poacher - Independent
Game beware: it's the return of the poacher  Independent

As times get harder in Britain's cities, armed gangs are heading for the countryside – and stealing deer, salmon and rabbits to feed a burgeoning black ...




One million hours of police time a year 'wasted enforcing cannabis prohibition' - The Independent
One million hours of police time a year 'wasted enforcing cannabis prohibition'  The Independent

One million hours of police time are being wasted each year on policing the ban on smoking cannabis, the Liberal Democrats say
Research by the party drawn ...




Homeopathic 'vaccine pills' should be withdrawn, says regulator - BBC News
Homeopathic 'vaccine pills' should be withdrawn, says regulator  BBC News

A homeopathic pharmacy endorsed by Prince Charles and the Queen has been told to stop advertising sugar pills labelled as childhood vaccines.




Jeremy Corbyn's election surge fuelled by biggest youth turnout in 25 years, new figures reveal - The Independent
Jeremy Corbyn's election surge fuelled by biggest youth turnout in 25 years, new figures reveal  The Independent

Jeremy Corbyn's unexpectedly strong performance in the general election was caused by the highest turnout among young people since 1992, new data has ...




Forest schools: fires, trees and mud pies | Education - The Guardian
Forest schools: fires, trees and mud pies | Education  The Guardian

Patrick Barkham: Outdoor nurseries are sweeping the UK, their focus on *fresh* air and child-centred learning rather than testing
But can they prepare children for ...




Turkey's Erdogan in row over 'girl martyr' comment on TV - BBC News
Turkey's Erdogan in row over 'girl martyr' comment on TV  BBC News

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been criticised after telling a girl in military uniform that she would be honoured if killed while fighting
"If she's ...




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.




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 ...




Glasgow ranked UK's most violent area - BBC News
Glasgow ranked UK's most violent area  BBC News

Glasgow has been ranked as the UK's most violent area in a new report
The UK Peace Index, from the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), said the city had ...




On site: Peter Zumthor's Secular Retreat | Building - Architects' Journal
On site: Peter Zumthor's Secular Retreat | Building  Architects' Journal

Laura Mark visits Living Architecture's latest project - the much-anticipated Secular Retreat by Peter Zumthor.




Stillbirth more frequent in women with HIV in UK and Ireland than in general population - aidsmap
Stillbirth more frequent in women with HIV in UK and Ireland than in general population  aidsmap

The stillbirth rate among women living with HIV in the UK and Ireland from 2007 to 2015 was more than twice that of the general population, Graziella Favarato, ...




Health | Swine flu: how the numbers add up - BBC News
Health | Swine flu: how the numbers add up  BBC News

The number of swine flu cases is rising rapidly and experts are warning in the worst-case scenario 30%

- or one in three of the UK population - could become ...




Donald Trump arrives in UK and hails Brexit vote as 'great victory' - The Guardian
Donald Trump arrives in UK and hails Brexit vote as 'great victory'  The Guardian

Presidential hopeful says Britons exercised 'sacred right' to independence on visit to his Turnberry golf course.




CJCT wins contest for Leeds 'High Line' homes - Architects' Journal
CJCT wins contest for Leeds 'High Line' homes  Architects' Journal

Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher (CJCT) has won an invited competition for a new housing scheme in Leeds featuring a High Line-style park.




European 'No-Go' Zones: Fact or Fiction? Part 2: Britain - Gatestone Institute
European 'No-Go' Zones: Fact or Fiction? Part 2: Britain  Gatestone Institute

"There's things that I see when I'm driving around Birmingham that shouldn't be happening
I only drive into these areas, never actually walk into these areas, ...




Hundreds of dead seabirds washed up - BBC News
Hundreds of dead seabirds washed up  BBC News

Hundreds of dead seabirds have washed up on Jersey beaches since the storms at the start of February, wildlife experts confirm.




Royal tour day 4: Meghan is barefoot on Bondi beach and Prince Harry scales Sydney Harbour bridge - ?HOLA! USA
Royal tour day 4: Meghan is barefoot on Bondi beach and Prince Harry scales Sydney Harbour bridge  ?HOLA! USA

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's fourth day in Australia was a festival of bright colors as the pair headed to famous tourist destination Bondi Beach
It was hard ...




Driverless cars set to be tested in four English cities - BBC News
Driverless cars set to be tested in four English cities  BBC News

The four English locations picked to test driverless cars have been named
Greenwich, in south-east London, and Bristol will each host a project of their own, ...




When the flip of a coin wins an election - BBC News
When the flip of a coin wins an election  BBC News

In the first vote to decide the US's presidential candidates, several results were decided on the toss of a coin
How common is it for elections to be decided this ...




Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon says second Scottish independence vote 'highly likely' - BBC News
Brexit: Nicola Sturgeon says second Scottish independence vote 'highly likely'  BBC News

Scotland's first minister has said a second independence referendum is "highly likely" after the UK voted to leave the EU
Nicola Sturgeon said it was ...




UK riots: Trouble erupts in English cities - BBC News
UK riots: Trouble erupts in English cities  BBC News

Rioting spreads to a number of cities with unrest in Manchester and Liverpool, while three men said to be protecting their community have been run over and ...




Black hot UFO invisible to human eye filmed by stunned police helicopter pilot over Bristol - Mirror Online
Black hot UFO invisible to human eye filmed by stunned police helicopter pilot over Bristol  Mirror Online

The police captured craft which was giving off heat and could only be seen by infrared camera.




M&S board challenged by migrant rights campaigners at AGM over - The Economic Voice
M&S board challenged by migrant rights campaigners at AGM over  The Economic Voice

Letter to board calling for Daily Mail advertising to be dropped signed by 72 anti-racist & migrant rights groups presented to board at AGM.




Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding: Everything we know - ?HOLA! USA
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding: Everything we know  ?HOLA! USA

Photo 1 - With Prince Harry and Meghan Markle\'s wedding set for May 2018, we\'re taking a look at the details for the couple\'s big day from the venue to the ...




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 ...




Thousands of litres of whisky flushed down drain in Dumbarton - BBC News
Thousands of litres of whisky flushed down drain in Dumbarton  BBC News

Thousands of litres of whisky are flushed down the drain by accident at a bottling plant in Dumbarton.




UK | Mrs? Or is that Ms, Miss? - BBC News
UK | Mrs? Or is that Ms, Miss?  BBC News

In recent days the European Parliament has again caused "outrage" in the British press after publishing a pamphlet asking staff to refrain from using the titles ...




Royalty: Kate Middleton, Pierre Casiraghi, more daredevil royals - ?HOLA! USA
Royalty: Kate Middleton, Pierre Casiraghi, more daredevil royals  ?HOLA! USA

Photo 1 - Though they are often pictured prim and proper, these Princes and Princesses enjoy the occasional walk on the wild side
Take a look at some our ...




UNICEF UK launches Child Friendly Communities initiative - UNICEF (press release)
UNICEF UK launches Child Friendly Communities initiative  UNICEF (press release)

NEW YORK, USA, 08 January 2010 ? UNICEF UK's new Child Friendly Communities initiative aims to realise and embed child rights at the local level ...




Spain: Earthquake rocks Lorca, Murcia, killing 10 - BBC News
Spain: Earthquake rocks Lorca, Murcia, killing 10  BBC News

Hundreds of people have spent the night outdoors in the southern Spanish town of Lorca after an earthquake which killed at least 10 people
The magnitude-5.2 ...




HIV prevention for black African people in the UK is under-resourced and needs to be scaled up - aidsmap
HIV prevention for black African people in the UK is under-resourced and needs to be scaled up  aidsmap

NAT (National AIDS Trust) argues in a recent report that although black African communities in the UK are disproportionately affected by HIV, ?the HIV-related ...




Europe | Paris liberation made 'whites only' - BBC News
Europe | Paris liberation made 'whites only'  BBC News

Papers unearthed by the BBC reveal British and American commanders ensured the liberation of Paris on 25 August 1944 was seen as a "whites only" victory.




Royal car attacked in protest after MPs' fee vote - BBC News
Royal car attacked in protest after MPs' fee vote  BBC News

A car containing Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall is attacked by protesters amid violence after MPs voted to raise tuition fees.




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