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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, ...




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 ...




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 ...




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 snow: Power and travel disruption across country - BBC News
UK snow: Power and travel disruption across country  BBC News

Heavy snow has led to power cuts and disrupted air, rail and road travel in many parts of the UK
The deepest snow recorded was 30cm (12in) in Sennybridge, ...




Brexit: What happens to Britain if the UK leaves the EU without a deal? - Irish Times
Brexit: What happens to Britain if the UK leaves the EU without a deal?  Irish Times

What leaving the EU without a withdrawal agreement on March 29th, 2019 might mean.




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?




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 ...




1319 Cool and Unusual Things to Do in the United Kingdom - Atlas Obscura
1319 Cool and Unusual Things to Do in the United Kingdom  Atlas Obscura

Discover 1319 hidden attractions, cool sights, and unusual things to do in the United Kingdom from Highgate Cemetery to The Witches' Well .




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.




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.




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.




Live: Child victims describe gas attack as Theresa May insists airstrikes were 'right and legal' response - Mirror.co.uk
Live: Child victims describe gas attack as Theresa May insists airstrikes were 'right and legal' response  Mirror.co.uk

US president Donald Trump says the US is "locked and loaded" if the Syrian regime launches another chemical weapons attack on its own people.




'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 ...




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 ...




David Cameron defends flag tributes to late King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia - The Guardian
David Cameron defends flag tributes to late King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia  The Guardian

Prime minister says kingdom provided intelligence that saved British lives after criticism of decision to fly union flags at half mast.




Volkswagen ad banned for encouraging dangerous driving - CampaignLive
Volkswagen ad banned for encouraging dangerous driving  CampaignLive

The Advertising Standards Authority has banned two versions of a Volkswagen ad profiling optional safety features in the brand's Polo model.




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 ...




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 ...




'UK inequality reduced since 2008' - BBC News
'UK inequality reduced since 2008'  BBC News

The gap between the richest and poorest households in the UK has narrowed since the recession of 2007-08, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).




The 50 Best tea rooms - The Independent
The 50 Best tea rooms  The Independent

The experts: Laura Griffiths and Caroline Greenwood write The Afternoon Tea Club (theafternoonteaclub.com) Keith Newton is founder and managing director of ...




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.




British Army troops leaving Germany after 70 years - BBC News
British Army troops leaving Germany after 70 years  BBC News

After 70 years, British troops are leaving Germany in one of the biggest moves undertaken by the Army in decades
Six regional hubs in England will host 39,000 ...




UK poll shows voters favour second Brexit referendum - Irish Times
UK poll shows voters favour second Brexit referendum  Irish Times

One of the largest opinion polls since 2016 vote shows idea supported by 16-point margin.




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 ...




Derby Toyota switches on 17000 solar panels in project - BBC News
Derby Toyota switches on 17000 solar panels in project  BBC News

Staff at Toyota's Derbyshire plant switch on 17000 solar panels in a project to cut bills and save energy.




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.




Birmingham New Street Station opening date announced - BBC News
Birmingham New Street Station opening date announced  BBC News

Birmingham's New Street Station is set to open in September 2015 after a ?650m redevelopment, Network Rail says.




Boris Johnson concedes UK will have to pay for Brexit - The Guardian
Boris Johnson concedes UK will have to pay for Brexit  The Guardian

Foreign secretary says UK will meet legal obligations to pay divorce bill to EU, having previously said it could 'go whistle'
Kevin Rawlinson
Fri 25 Aug 2017 ...




No single market access for UK after Brexit, Wolfgang Sch?uble says - The Guardian
No single market access for UK after Brexit, Wolfgang Sch?uble says  The Guardian

In Der Spiegel interview German finance minister rules out Britain's chances of enjoying bloc benefits from outside EU.




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..




Neo-Nazi arrests: UK soldiers charged with terror offences - BBC News
Neo-Nazi arrests: UK soldiers charged with terror offences  BBC News

Three men, including two British soldiers, have been charged under terror laws with being members of a banned neo-Nazi group
Alexander Deakin, 22, Mikko ...




EU leader: UK would be welcomed back if voters overturn Brexit - The Guardian
EU leader: UK would be welcomed back if voters overturn Brexit  The Guardian

Exclusive: European parliament president Antonio Tajani says process could easily be reversed if election brings in new British government.




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 ...




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.




Wood Paneling Goes Luxe - Mansion Global
Wood Paneling Goes Luxe  Mansion Global

The market slowdown is spreading north and east of London.




The generation gap is deep: here?s how we bridge it - The Guardian
The generation gap is deep: here?s how we bridge it  The Guardian

Social divisions between young and old mirror financial ones
Ending age segregation would remind us how much we share, says Alex Smith, the chief ...




Bowling alley on lockdown as 'gunman takes hostages with sawn-off shotgun' - Mirror Online
Bowling alley on lockdown as 'gunman takes hostages with sawn-off shotgun'  Mirror Online

A major incident is underway at a leisure complex in the Midlands where two staff members were taken hostage by a man believed to be armed with a sawn-off ...




Election results: Conservatives win majority - BBC News
Election results: Conservatives win majority  BBC News

David Cameron is heading back to Downing Street as prime minister after the Conservatives win a majority - but Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage all ...




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, ...




Why aren't we all working from home today? - The Guardian
Why aren't we all working from home today?  The Guardian

Watching Londoners struggling in to work during a tube strike is just the thing to get us wondering about working from home.




Summer holidays RUIN marriages and 1 in 10 couples 'will split up' on this year's getaway - Mirror Online
Summer holidays RUIN marriages and 1 in 10 couples 'will split up' on this year's getaway  Mirror Online

In an effort to head off such heartache, Holiday Autos, which carried out the survey, has launched a 24-hour Couples' Counsellor hotline.




Bubblegum called Camel Balls sold to girl, 7, gives mum the hump - Mirror.co.uk
Bubblegum called Camel Balls sold to girl, 7, gives mum the hump  Mirror.co.uk

The gum is not only shaped like them, but there is also a graphic picture of a camel's backside on the packet.




Gitana del Mar Hotel Review, Colombia | Travel - Telegraph.co.uk
Gitana del Mar Hotel Review, Colombia | Travel  Telegraph.co.uk

Read the Gitana del Mar, Colombia hotel review on Telegraph Travel
See great photos, full ratings, facilities, expert advice and book the best hotel deals.




Larry the cat will not be evicted from No 10, Cabinet Office confirms - The Guardian
Larry the cat will not be evicted from No 10, Cabinet Office confirms  The Guardian

When the Cameron family leave, it will be without the tabby who has lived in Downing Street since 2011.




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