House of Lords likely to attach conditions to Brexit bill - Mandelson
The House of Lords is likely to attach conditions to legislation giving Prime Minister Theresa May the power to trigger the country's exit from..
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Britain has voted for out, so get on with it say EU officials
'I'm a bit in, I'm a bit out, maybe tomorrow I'll be back' ... -- this isn't on,'' Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker chided last week. ''You'..
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London to introduce vehicle pollution tax from October
London will introduce a charge on the oldest and most polluting vehicles from October in a new effort to improve air quality, Mayor Sadiq Khan said..
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Former PM Blair urges Britons to rise up against May's Brexit plan
Former British prime minister Tony Blair issued a battle cry against a so-called 'hard Brexit' on Friday, calling on voters, businesses and campaigners..
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British consumers battered by Brexit inflation
British shoppers unexpectedly cut back on their spending in January as last year's Brexit vote pushed up inflation, official data showed on Friday..
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Cutting takeaway taxes, UKIP seeks path to voters' hearts
If food is the way to a man's heart, cutting tax on Britain's much-loved fish and chips is the way Paul Nuttall, leader of the anti-EU UKIP party, hopes..
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Britain and China pledge to promote free trade
China and Britain have pledged to promote free trade and cooperate on building a open world economy, fanning efforts to shore up what the two governments..
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Latest British 'family spending' data raises questions about true economic strength
British household spending barely rose in the year to the end of March 2016 and was around 5 percent below the level before the financial crisis, an..
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Norwegian Air expects Brexit vote to hit demand for UK - Spain routes
Norwegian Air, Europe's third-largest budget airline by passenger numbers, expects Britain's vote to leave the European Union to hit demand from some..
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Union rejects Southern Rail deal in blow to commuters
A deal which promised to end one of Britain's longest and most damaging rail strikes collapsed on Thursday after members of a train drivers' union voted..
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Tesco tests waters in Pakistan with Alpha Supermarkets tie-up
Britain's biggest retailer Tesco will stock its products at a Pakistani supermarket chain, a Tesco official said on Thursday, dipping its toes in a..
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Unearthed essay on alien life reveals Churchill the scientist
A newly unearthed essay by Winston Churchill shows Britain's wartime leader was uncannily prescient about the possibility of alien life on planets..
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Church of England stance on gay marriage in disarray after vote
The Church of England's legislative body on Wednesday voted against a report from bishops that rejected the idea of blessing same-sex marriages, the..
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Wizz Air to open new UK base at London Luton
Budget airline Wizz Air is to open a new British base at London Luton, the airline said on Thursday, with three new routes flying from June. The..
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Top UK judge hits back after Brexit uproar over court ruling
The head of Britain's Supreme Court has accused politicians of not doing enough to protect the independence of the judicial system when judges came..
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Labour faces backlash in working-class heartlands
Two parliamentary by-elections in Britain next week are likely to cast a pitiless light on the Labour Party's loss of working-class votes and expose..
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UK households feel pinch from inflation's rise
British households felt their living costs rose at the fastest pace in nearly four years this month as the post-Brexit vote pickup in inflation curbed..
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UK wage growth slows in late 2016, employment picks up
British workers saw their pay grow more slowly than expected at the end of last year, official data showed on Wednesday, ahead of a likely squeeze on..
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Irish PM calls for Brexit transition deal and warns against punishing UK
Ireland's Prime Minister Enda Kenny warned European Union leaders on Wednesday that any talk of punishing Britain for leaving the bloc was deeply unwise..
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Lloyd's of London calls time on employees' lunch-time pint
Lloyd's of London, home for much of the world's insurance trade, has finally called ''last orders'' on employees looking to strike a deal or just escape..
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UK commercial property values rise at slower pace in Jan
British commercial property values rose at their slowest rate for three months in January, a closely-watched index showed on Wednesday, as Britain..
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Bank of England to stick with animal-fat banknotes for now
The Bank of England said on Wednesday it would keep using trace amounts of animal fat to make new plastic banknotes, as it would cost about 80 million..
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UK raises alarm over threat to Vauxhall from GM-Peugeot deal
Britain and its leading union expressed concerns on Wednesday at a plan by General Motors to sell its European operations to France's PSA Group..
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British EU residents concerned about Brexit's impact
Most British expatriates in the European Union are worried that Brexit will limit their rights in their country of residence, according to a survey..
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Queen opens new National Cyber Security Centre
Britain's new National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) invited private sector companies to train and collaborate with it on cyber defence, as the Queen..
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