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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 ...




10000 troops from 13 countries arrive in the UK for major exercise - GOV.UK
10000 troops from 13 countries arrive in the UK for major exercise  GOV.UK

More than 10,000 military personnel, 35 warships, 5 submarines and 59 aircraft and helicopters from 13 countries will take part in Exercise Joint Warrior until 11 ...




School pupils call for radical climate action in UK-wide strike - The Guardian
School pupils call for radical climate action in UK-wide strike  The Guardian

Thousands of schoolchildren and young people have walked out of classes to join a UK-wide climate strike amid growing anger at the failure of politicians to ...




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.




Scotland weather forecast: UK told to brace for hot weather with African plume sending temperatures soaring - The Scottish Sun
Scotland weather forecast: UK told to brace for hot weather with African plume sending temperatures soaring  The Scottish Sun

Scotland is set to be battered by hail and sleet this morning, before chilly winds grip the North this afternoon.




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

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




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

It was the most ephemeral of tributes, yet all the more poignant for it
This morning, under the cloak of darkness and scored only by the sound of waves lapping ...




International Day of Happiness: UK 'becoming more cheerful' - BBC News
International Day of Happiness: UK 'becoming more cheerful'  BBC News

Britons are among the happiest people in the world - and are becoming more cheerful, according to an annual United Nations survey
The seventh annual World ...




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 ...




Girl, 12, takes ?best Loch Ness Monster picture for years? as ?head and neck? spotted 50ft from shore - The Sun
Girl, 12, takes ?best Loch Ness Monster picture for years? as ?head and neck? spotted 50ft from shore  The Sun

Charlotte Robinson spotted the mythical monster on the first day of her holiday with her parents, as Nessie appeared to pop her head and neck out of the water.




Remembrance Sunday 2018: Find out how you can join the commemorations on Sunday 11 November - GOV.UK
Remembrance Sunday 2018: Find out how you can join the commemorations on Sunday 11 November  GOV.UK

On Sunday 11 November, the National *Service* of Remembrance will be held at the Cenotaph on Whitehall, London.




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.




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.




Scottish independence: Sturgeon says Holyrood 'must shape' plans for vote - BBC News
Scottish independence: Sturgeon says Holyrood 'must shape' plans for vote  BBC News

Nicola Sturgeon says there should be "no blocking mechanisms" to a Scottish independence vote.




Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey 'in serious condition' - BBC News
Ebola nurse Pauline Cafferkey 'in serious condition'  BBC News

A Scottish nurse who contracted Ebola in Sierra Leone last year is in a "serious condition" after being readmitted to an isolation unit in London.




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 ...




Evidence to UN highlights extreme poverty in UK - The Guardian
Evidence to UN highlights extreme poverty in UK  The Guardian

Philip Alston's visit investigating extreme poverty in the UK likely to cause political row in Britain.




'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.




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

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




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.




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 ...




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

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




Scottish independence: 'Yes' vote means leaving pound, says Osborne - BBC News
Scottish independence: 'Yes' vote means leaving pound, says Osborne  BBC News

UK Chancellor George Osborne has said a vote for Scottish independence would mean walking away from the pound
His statement came after the senior civil ...




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 ...




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.




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.




Scottish independence: Celebrities call for Scots No vote - BBC News
Scottish independence: Celebrities call for Scots No vote  BBC News

Sir Mick Jagger and Dame Judi Dench are among 200 public figures who have signed a letter urging Scotland to vote "No" in the independence referendum.




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 ...




Battersea dogs home tells dog owners not to dress up pets for Halloween because it's cruel - The Telegraph
Battersea dogs home tells dog owners not to dress up pets for Halloween because it's cruel  The Telegraph

Battersea Dogs and Cats Home has urged pet owners not to dress their dogs up for Halloween because it is ?cruel.




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.




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

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




Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency - GOV.UK
Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency  GOV.UK

The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency regulates medicines, medical devices and blood components for transfusion in the UK
MHRA is an ...




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 ...




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

One of the biggest rail timetable overhauls ever in the UK is predicted to create winners and losers.




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.




UK confirms EU migrant clampdown post-Brexit - EURACTIV
UK confirms EU migrant clampdown post-Brexit  EURACTIV

The UK government confirmed on Wednesday (19 December) that most EU workers will no longer enjoy the automatic right to live and work in the UK, as it laid ...




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.




NWF acquires Cornish fuel distributor - ShareCast
NWF acquires Cornish fuel distributor  ShareCast

NWF Group has acquired fuel distributor Consols Oils for an undisclosed sum as it looks to grow and consolidate its fuels distribution business.




Legalising cannabis could be ?win-win-win? for UK, says thinktank - The Guardian
Legalising cannabis could be ?win-win-win? for UK, says thinktank  The Guardian

Margaret Thatcher's favourite free-market thinktank has called on the government to legalise cannabis, arguing that the move could save more than £1bn ...




Scottish independence: Historic day marred by isolated reports of intimidation, abuse and violence - The Independent
Scottish independence: Historic day marred by isolated reports of intimidation, abuse and violence  The Independent

The historic referendum vote was marred by isolated reports of intimidation, abuse and violence as nearly four million Scots cast their verdict on independence.




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 ...




Inland Homes organises Hillingdon acquisition for unnamed partner - ShareCast
Inland Homes organises Hillingdon acquisition for unnamed partner  ShareCast

Inland Homes has facilitated the purchase of a ?high profile development site? on behalf of an investor with whom it had a long standing relationship, ...




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 ...




Asia report: Markets finish mixed, Asiana Airlines handed lifeline - ShareCast
Asia report: Markets finish mixed, Asiana Airlines handed lifeline  ShareCast

Markets in Asia finished in a mixed state on Monday, as sentiment continued to be relatively stable following the release of particularly strong data from China on ...




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 ...




Star chores: Do Jedi want to marry people? - BBC News
Star chores: Do Jedi want to marry people?  BBC News

The Free Church of Scotland is worried changes to the law on marriage will lead to Star Wars Jedi marrying couples
But do Jedi want to help people tie the knot ...




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 ...




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.




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 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 ...




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 have been flushed down the drain by accident at a bottling plant in Dumbarton
It is understood the mix-up happened at Chivas ...




'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 ...




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.




'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).




Pine Martens to return to England after being on brink of extinction - Express.co.uk
Pine Martens to return to England after being on brink of extinction  Express.co.uk

ENVIRONMENT officials are planning to reintroduce pine martens into a part of England where they were once driven to the brink of extinction.




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 ...




EU referendum full results ? find out how your area voted - The Guardian
EU referendum full results ? find out how your area voted  The Guardian

Britain has voted to leave the European Union, by 52%

to 48%

, but Scotland, London and Northern Ireland all had a majority for remain
Find out how each local ...




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.




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 ...




Queen Elizabeth II becomes longest-reigning UK monarch - BBC News
Queen Elizabeth II becomes longest-reigning UK monarch  BBC News

The Queen has thanked well-wishers at home and overseas for their "touching messages of kindness" as she becomes Britain's longest-reigning monarch.




News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's US edition | The Guardian - The Guardian
News, sport and opinion from the Guardian's US edition | The Guardian  The Guardian

Latest US news, world news, sports, business, opinion, analysis and reviews from the Guardian, the world's leading liberal voice.




Rainfall Radar - Met Office
Rainfall Radar  Met Office

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New research reveals the ?spectacular? secrets of Britain?s earliest stone circles - The Independent
New research reveals the ?spectacular? secrets of Britain?s earliest stone circles  The Independent

Mystery has long surrounded the hundreds of ancient stone monuments found in Britain, from Stonehenge to Castlerigg in the Lake District.




Major British Credit Card Issuers Ban Customers From Buying Cryptocurrencies - Bitcoin News
Major British Credit Card Issuers Ban Customers From Buying Cryptocurrencies  Bitcoin News

The United Kingdom's largest banking group is banning its credit card customers from buying any cryptocurrencies including bitcoin.




Ukip storms European elections - Telegraph.co.uk
Ukip storms European elections  Telegraph.co.uk

The UK Independence Party has won a national election for the first time, taking the most votes and seats in the European Parliament elections
The Ukip victory ...




McDonald's to move non-US tax base to UK - BBC News
McDonald's to move non-US tax base to UK  BBC News

McDonald's is to move its non-US tax base from Luxembourg to the UK, the firm says.




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.




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

Here is an easy-to-understand guide to Brexit - beginning with the basics, then a look at the current negotiations, followed by a selection of answers to questions ...




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.




Rare Shimmering Rainbow Clouds Appear Over the U.K
- National Geographic
Rare Shimmering Rainbow Clouds Appear Over the U.K.  National Geographic

Called nacreous or polar stratospheric clouds, the rare phenomena adorned the British sky in the wake of Storm Henry.




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 ...




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.




Almost half of trans pupils in UK have attempted suicide, survey finds - The Guardian
Almost half of trans pupils in UK have attempted suicide, survey finds  The Guardian

Stonewall survey shows eight out of 10 trans young people bullied at school or college have self-harmed, despite instances of LGBT bullying decreasing.




Contact our Customer Services team - Charities Aid Foundation
Contact our Customer Services team  Charities Aid Foundation

Our award-winning Customer *Service* team is always happy to help
You can contact us by: Writing to us; Sending us your enquiry using the form below - a ...




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 ...




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 ...




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.




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 ...




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 ...




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.




Caribbean? Maldives? No, it's Britain's hidden beaches - Daily Mail
Caribbean? Maldives? No, it's Britain's hidden beaches  Daily Mail

Amazingly each of these incredible seaside landscapes is in Britain - and they're among the country's best kept secrets.




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.




How WWII Nearly Ended A Year Early - Forces Network
How WWII Nearly Ended A Year Early  Forces Network

Read the Forces Network's account of Operation Market Garden, the largest airborne assault in military history.




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 ...




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.




Police, magistrates and prisons by G4S
Is this what the British people want? - Open Democracy
Police, magistrates and prisons by G4S
Is this what the British people want?
  Open Democracy

Police privatisation is one part of a bigger story in the UK
With precious little public scrutiny the world's largest security company has gained astonishing ...




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 ...




Blocked! How the Firewall of Britain is censoring the internet - Open Democracy
Blocked! How the Firewall of Britain is censoring the internet  Open Democracy

Internet filters in Britain are blocking charities and feminist websites..
Ruth Coustick-Deal
19 December 2014
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Ebola virus disease ? United Kingdom - World Health Organization
Ebola virus disease ? United Kingdom  World Health Organization

On 29 December 2014, WHO was notified by the National IHR Focal Point for the United Kingdom of a laboratory-confirmed case of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD).




Government admits 'losing' thousands of papers from National Archives - The Guardian
Government admits 'losing' thousands of papers from National Archives  The Guardian

Documents on the Falklands, Northern Ireland's Troubles, and the infamous Zinoviev letter among those 'misplaced', leaving historians suspicious.




Winston Churchill's shocking use of chemical weapons - The Guardian
Winston Churchill's shocking use of chemical weapons  The Guardian

Giles Milton: The use of chemical weapons in Syria has outraged the world
But it is easy to forget that Britain has used them ? and that Winston Churchill was a ...




Spire Leicester Hospital | Private Hospital in Leicester, Leicestershire - Spire Healthcare
Spire Leicester Hospital | Private Hospital in Leicester, Leicestershire  Spire Healthcare

At Spire Leicester Hospital, we're a leading provider of private hospital treatments for our patients across the East Midlands and beyond
We offer fast access to ...




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.




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 ...




Brexit?s fallout Adrift - The Economist
Brexit?s fallout Adrift  The Economist

THE campaign to leave the European Union repeatedly urged Britain to ?Take back control?
It is now a week since voters narrowly opted for Brexit, and the ...




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

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




Dolores O?Riordan?s pals reveal The Cranberries singer?s agony before she was found dead aged 46 ? as cops say - The Sun
Dolores O?Riordan?s pals reveal The Cranberries singer?s agony before she was found dead aged 46 ? as cops say  The Sun

The Irish band shot to international fame with their 1993 debut album 'Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We' and went on to sell over 40 million records ...




The cheating epidemic at Britain's universities - Telegraph.co.uk
The cheating epidemic at Britain's universities  Telegraph.co.uk

A cheating epidemic is sweeping universities with thousands of students caught plagiarising, trying to bribe lecturers and buying essays from the internet.




Cameron's government: A guide to who's who - BBC News
Cameron's government: A guide to who's who  BBC News

A guide to who's doing what in David Cameron's Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition government.




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

The European Parliament has outlawed the titles Miss and Mrs
But being a Ms isn't that simple.




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