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Parliament shooting: Live updates after policeman stabbed, knifeman shot and pedestrians mown down on Westminster Bridge...
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We bring you live updates as emergency services swarm Westminster amid firearms incident.
By peterb on 2017-03-22 16:23 UTC
Pound plunges as Brexit bill passes in Parliament...
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The pound slumped to a two-month low after the Brexit bill cleared both houses of Parliament, opening the way for the prime minister to trigger Article 50. However, she is unlikely to begin withdrawal negotiations with the EU until the end of March.
By djanssen on 2017-03-14 11:12 UTC
Accessible travel: Nine adventure holidays you can do from a wheelchair...
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Disabled Access Day took place at the weekend (from 10-12 March), when places from airports to museums opened their doors and held special events for people with disabilities. But for the other 362 days of the year, travelling with a disability isnt such crunchbase.
By manoj555 on 2017-03-13 10:37 UTC
Former captive journalist warns of 'SECOND ISIS turning up in LONDON with Kalashnikovs'...
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A NEW Islamic State has surfaced in Syria and could turn up in London and Paris with Kalashnikovs, Theo Padnos, a journalist who was kidnapped in Syria by Al Qaeda and the Nusra Front, has harrowingly claimed.
By djanssen on 2017-03-12 07:54 UTC
HPH Trust cautious about 2017 volumes...
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On February, 10,container terminal operator Hutchison Port Holdings Trust (HPH Trust) published its 2016 results. The throughput of its deep-water ports fell by 6% as compared with year 2015. The volumes of Yantian International Container Terminals (YICT) dropped by 4%, to 11.697 mln TEU (12.166
By tigran on 2017-02-14 20:14 UTC
The Guardian view on basic income: a worthwhile debate, not yet a policy...
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Editorial: A regular sum paid to all citizens or residents, whether or not they are in work, will not solve the problems of earnings inequality and stagnant wage growth
By peterb on 2017-02-01 21:36 UTC
The Government has passed its biggest test - the path to British independence is clear...
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When the High Court decreed last November that Parliamentary approval was required to trigger Article 50, the Remain lobby was jubilant, the Government downcast.
By peterb on 2017-02-01 21:34 UTC
'We can't ignore the people': Parliament backs Brexit bill in landslide vote...
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Britains departure from the EU moved a step closer on Wednesday evening, when MPs voted overwhelmingly in favor of the governments Brexit bill, by 498 to 114 votes.
By peterb on 2017-02-01 20:27 UTC
EUROPE ON TERROR ALERT: Police seize jihadi weapons ‘capable of downing AIRCRAFT’...
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TERRORISTS in Europe are now capable of bringing down aircraft, Spanish police warned as they revealed the details of a huge weapons seizure this week.
By peterb on 2017-01-15 23:37 UTC
Britain is one of the worst advanced economies for jobs, pay, and living standards...
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The UK ranks 21 out of 30 advanced economies in the World Economic Forum's Inclusive Development Index.
By peterb on 2017-01-15 23:36 UTC
British population set to overtake France within 13 years due to immigration ...
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The estimates from Eurostat confirm the expectation that Britain, already the most crowded major European country except for Holland, will continue to grow quickly in numbers.
By peterb on 2017-01-05 21:58 UTC
Andrea Leadsom signals UK farmers will be allowed loophole over EU immigration clampdown...
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ENVIRONMENT SECRETARY Andrea Leadsom today signalled the Government will allow British farmers to continue to hire EU migrant workers after Brexit.
By peterb on 2017-01-05 21:57 UTC
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The Orkney Islands are considering declaring independence from the UK and Scotland following Britains vote to leave the European Union. The motion to investigate greater autonomy or self-determination for the islands, located north of Scotland, was passed
By rp2020 on 2017-01-05 09:13 UTC
Britain will have given Brussels 623 BILLION by 2020 as cost of EU membership is revealed...
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BRITAINS EU membership has cost an eye-watering 527billion since 1973 - with the UK expected to hand over a further 96billion by the end of the decade, claim Change Britain.
By aphrodite on 2016-12-31 09:21 UTC
Scotland could become the first part of the UK to trial giving away unconditional free money...
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Advocates of universal basic income say it would abolish the costly layers of bureaucracy tied up in the existing welfare system.
By viper1 on 2016-12-09 23:30 UTC
Potential U.S. Secy of State: UK Should Be High On Priority List...
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U.S. Congressman Dana Rohrabacher, a U.S. Secretary of State potential, says a trade deal between the UK and U.S. should be a priority
By peterb on 2016-12-09 01:57 UTC
Revealed: Tens of Millions Lavished on Hidden Costs of Immigration Industry...
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An FoI request has revealed the enormous amount of money being spent on migrants beyond the billions already set aside for accommodation.
By peterb on 2016-12-09 01:43 UTC
British Parliament Votes 461 to 89 For Government's Brexit Timetable...
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British Parliament Votes 461 to 89 For Government's Brexit Timetable
By peterb on 2016-12-09 01:43 UTC
Angela Merkel does not hold the key to Brexit says Theresa May...
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THERESA MAY has played down suggestions that German Chancellor Angela Merkel holds the key to the kind of Brexit Britain can expect to get.
By peterb on 2016-12-09 01:43 UTC
REVEALED: The full list of 89 MPs who voted AGAINST Brexit in Article 50 Commons clash...
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MPs overwhelmingly voted to back Theresa May's plans to trigger Article 50 by the end of March last night.
By peterb on 2016-12-09 01:42 UTC
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