Supreme Court says May must get parliament approval to trigger Brexit
The Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday that Prime Minister Theresa May must get parliament's approval before she begins Britain's formal exit from the..
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May criticised for handling of Trident test malfunction report
British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday she was briefed about the successful certification of a nuclear submarine as she came under increasing..
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Last Jedi title reveal sends 'Star Wars' fans into tizzy
Movie studio Disney on Monday revealed that the next ''Star Wars'' movie will be called ''Star Wars: The Last Jedi,'' setting off rampant speculation..
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Two Polish brothers jailed in Britain in modern slavery conviction
Two Polish brothers were jailed under Britain's modern slavery laws for six years each on Monday for stealing wages of around 18 other Poles they tricked..
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Brexit is opportunity to pull Europe closer together
The European Union Parliament's chief Brexit negotiator on Monday said Britain's decision to make a clean break from the EU was an opportunity to reform..
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Prince Harry says jokes help cope at veterans' support centre
Prince Harry spoke of soldiers' need for ''a dark sense of humour'' to cope with the aftermath of serving in conflict zones as he visited a support..
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Italian accounting errors force BT to warn on 2017 and 2018 profit
Britain's BT cut its revenue, earnings and free cash flow forecasts for 2017 and 2018 on Tuesday after finding that inappropriate accounting behaviour..
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EasyJet says first quarter in line as competition continues to bite
British low-cost airline easyJet posted first-quarter revenue, cost and passenger numbers in line with its expectations, delivering what it called..
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Struggling UK steel sector needs broad government support
Britain's steel industry needs a comprehensive new strategy from government to boost the sector, which has struggled with red ink, plant closures and..
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Supreme Court to rule if May can start Brexit without parliament
British Prime Minister Theresa May will learn on Tuesday whether parliament must agree to the triggering of Britain's exit from the European Union..
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Bank of England to keep rates on hold until at least 2019
The Bank of England will leave its record-low interest rates and other stimulus measures unchanged at least until 2019, even though it is likely to..
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May to defend free trade and Iran deal in talks with Trump
British Prime Minister Theresa May will stress the value of free trade and her support for the Iran nuclear deal when she meets U.S. President Donald..
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Pound eyes $1.25 as traders bet British government to lose Brexit case
Investors have largely priced in the British government losing its Supreme Court appeal on whether it can trigger Brexit talks without parliamentary..
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De Niro, Affleck and Julia Roberts receive 'worst actor' Razzie nominations
Fashion industry satire ''Zoolander 2'' led nominations on Monday for the annual Razzie Awards, a list of the year's worst films that includes performances..
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Box Office: M. Night Shyamalan's 'Split' Dominates U.S. Box Office With $40.2 Million
M. Night Shyamalan's ''Split'' has turned into a horror hit with a surprisingly strong $40.2 million in its opening weekend at 3,038 North American..
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Sinn Fein names Michelle O'Neill as new leader in Northern Ireland
Sinn Fein named Michelle O'Neill to succeed Martin McGuinness and lead the Irish nationalist party into Northern Irish elections in March, marking a..
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German firms expect little fallout from Brexit
A large majority of German companies expect Britain's divorce from the European Union to cause little if any damage to their business, according to..
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British-Iranian aid worker sentenced to jail for cooperation with BBC
The family of British-Iranian aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has been sentenced to five years in jail in Iran on undisclosed charges, said..
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UK seeks to drive post-Brexit industrial revival
Britain will on Monday outline a new, interventionist approach to balancing its heavily services-based economy for the post-Brexit era, seeking to reinvigorate..
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Trainspotting T2 charts era-defining anti-heroes 20 years on
Fans and stars braved freezing Scottish weather to flock to the premiere of T2 Trainspotting on Sunday, the sequel to the era-defining story of..
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British banks' optimism hits crisis-era low on Brexit uncertainty
Optimism about the business environment for Britain's financial services firms fell for a fourth consecutive quarter, according to a survey published..
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Singer Madonna defends blowing up the White House remark
Pop singer Madonna, who said in a profanity-laced speech at Saturday's Women's March in Washington, D.C., that she had thought about ''blowing up the..
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Heathrow Airport cancels 100 flights due to fog
Heathrow Airport said it had cancelled approximately 100 out of about 1,300 scheduled flights on Monday as foggy weather reduced visibility at Europe..
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Sainsbury's chairman reprimanded for using staff on country home
The board of Sainsbury's reprimanded its chairman David Tyler for using the British supermarket's staff and suppliers to help revamp his country house..
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German Finance Minister says UK should take a Brexit leaf out of Switzerland's book
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said Britain should take a leaf out of Switzerland's book on how to handle relations with the European Union..
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