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UK Iraq abuse inquiry to report
BBC - 12/17/2014
The hearing took evidence about the actions of Soldiers from the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and the Princess of Wales Royal Regiment, who were ambushed by insurgents, leading to the three-hour
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UK inflation rate falls to 1%
BBC - 12/16/2014
UK Consumer Prices Index inflation fell to 1% in November, official figures show This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please refresh the page for the
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Hong Kong’s chief executive snubs UK committee probe into Joint Declaration
South China Morning Post - 12/17/2014
Gary Cheung in London Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has snubbed a British parliamentary committee’s invitation to give evidence at its inquiry into the implementation of the Joint Declaration. Richard
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'Face-sitting' protest held over UK porn censorship law
CNN - 12/14/2014
London (CNN) -- Visitors to the Houses of Parliament on Friday may have seen more than they bargained for. Protesters against new rules limiting online pornography gathered to simulate some of the now-banned
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Collapse of oil price 'net beneficial to UK' - video
Channel 4 - 12/16/2014
Please wait while this video loads. If it doesn't load after a few seconds you may need to have Adobe Flash installed. Andrew Bailey, deputy governor of the Bank of England, tells Channel
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British navy apprehends 10 more Indian fishermen
Times of India - 12/16/2014
KANYAKUMARI: Ten more deep sea fishermen from Tamil Nadu and Kerala were apparently apprehended by the British navy near Diego Garcia in the British Indian Ocean Territory, but officials were yet to confirm
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British government should do right thing for UK pensioners in Australia
Sydney Morning Herald - 12/16/2014
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U.K. inflation falls sharply in November to 12-year low
Globe and Mail - 12/16/2014
British inflation fell to its lowest level in more than 12 years in November, further easing the squeeze on consumers and leaving the Bank of England under no pressure to raise interest rates. Reflecting
UK inflation falls sharply in November to 12-year low GlobalPost
UK inflation falls sharply in November to 12-year low (Reuters) West Australian
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4,000-year-old dagger is oldest bronze object ever found in Britain
South China Morning Post - 12/16/2014
For more than 4,000 years, a man lay buried in a corner of a field in the English county of Sussex, far from the land of his childhood, holding a rare and precious object that was literally a piece of
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Hundreds of British troops going to Iraq, official says
CNN - 12/13/2014
(CNN) -- The United Kingdom will deploy hundreds of troops to Iraq in the coming year to train Iraqi and Kurdish forces -- the country's latest contribution to the fight against ISIS -- British Defense
Hundreds of British troops going to Iraq CNN
ISIS shoots down Iraqi helicopter, killing 2, official says CNN
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British Embassy in Cairo reopens after closing over security concerns
Globe and Mail - 12/16/2014
The British Embassy in Cairo reopened on Tuesday and resumed full public services following more than a week of closing over security concerns, the embassy said in a statement posted on its website.
British Embassy in Cairo re-opens Travel Mole
British Embassy in Cairo reopens after closure over security concerns Globe and Mail
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NAB offloads more bad UK loans
Sydney Morning Herald - 12/16/2014
National Australia Bank is closer to a long-awaited exit from the UK after selling off more than $2 billion worth of higher risk loans. It will sell STG1.2 billion ($A2.19 billion) of non-performing
NAB: NAB offloads more bad UK loans Geelong Advertiser
NAB offloads more bad UK loans (AAP) West Australian
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Computer glitch snarls UK airspace
CNN - 12/12/2014
(CNN) -- The air traffic control system for London airspace has been restored after a technical failure, the UK air traffic management company NATS said Friday, but travelers can expect disruptions and
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British sought torture redactions
CNN - 12/12/2014
London (CNN) -- The British government asked the U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee to redact small parts of the panel's report that criticized the CIA's harsh interrogation program, a representative
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Travelers hit by UK airspace glitch
CNN - 12/12/2014
(CNN) -- The air traffic control system for London airspace has been restored after a technical failure, the UK air traffic management company NATS said Friday, but travelers can expect disruptions and
UPDATE: London airspace computer glitch resolved Southwest Florida Herald Tribune
London airspace closed after computer glitch; flights grounded DailyMe.Com
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As Election Looms, Britain Ponders ‘English Question’
New York Times - 12/17/2014
After Scotland won more powers in its rejection of independence, the burning question now is deciding how to deal with measures that concern only England.
As Election Looms, British Politicians Grapple With the ‘English Question’ New York Times
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Storm hits power and travel in UK
BBC - 12/10/2014
High winds and huge waves have affected north-western parts of the UK as bad weather hit power supplies and travel. The "weather bomb" brought hundreds of lightning strikes, temporarily cutting power
Storm causes disruption in northern UK BBC
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London banker banned from industry for dodging rail fares
Globe and Mail - 12/15/2014
A London banker has been banned from working in the financial services industry after he was caught dodging rail fares. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said in a statement Monday that Jonathan
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Two NRI authors – one living in the UK and the other in the US have been shortlisted
Times of India - 12/15/2014
LONDON: Two Indian authors - one living in the UK and the other in the US have been shortlisted for the prestigious Folio Prize for literature 2015. Akhil Sharma's Family Life and Neel Mukherjee's the
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Final arguments commences in 2002 British nationals' killing
Times of India - 12/15/2014
AHMEDABAD: A special SIT court in Himmatnagar on Monday started hearing final arguments in the killing of British nationals near Prantij during the 2002 riots. Special prosecutor R C Kodekar began his
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Shriti Vadera Named Next Head of Major British Bank
NDTV - 12/15/2014
London:  Indian-origin Shriti Vadera has been appointed as chairman of Santander UK, becoming the first woman to head a major British bank. 52-year-old Vadera, former minister in the UK's finance ministry,
Indian-origin ex-minister Shriti Vadera to chair British bank Manorama Online
Indian-Origin Former UK Minister to Take Over as Chair of Major British Bank NDTV
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London sewer workers race to unclog giant pools of fatty waste ... before they spill
South China Morning Post - 12/15/2014
Every day beneath the streets of London, sewer technicians are fighting a grim war against giant “fatbergs” which clog the system and threaten to regurgitate putrid waste back into people’s homes.
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UK seeking access to CIA torture report to probe role of British spies
South China Morning Post - 12/15/2014
A powerful British parliamentary committee would ask the United States to hand over blacked out parts of a report into the CIA, to try to establish whether British spies were complicit in torture or rendition,
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UK to request CIA material over Britain's role in torture
Channel 4 - 12/14/2014
The chair of the inquiry into British intelligence agencies' complicity in the CIA's interrogation programme demands the US hand over material that was redacted from the report. Sir Malcolm Rifkind,
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French chip stand gets up nose of British ex-boss of L'Oreal
South China Morning Post - 12/14/2014
A chip shop camped outside his luxury French ski apartment is getting up the nose of British former L'Oreal CEO Lindsay Owen-Jones. Tomorrow, the millionaire ex-cosmetics boss and three of his neighbours
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