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The ultimate places in the United Kingdom to visit as a couple - Metro

Metro

The ultimate places in the United Kingdom to visit as a couple
Metro
So why not explore a corner of the UK you might not have considered? Some are off the beaten track, others not far from major cities – importantly though, they offer the chance of undertaking a great countryside drive and avoiding the stress of public ...


'World's hottest felon' deported by Britain - New York Post

New York Post

'World's hottest felon' deported by Britain
New York Post
“Hot felon” Jeremy Meeks has been denied entry to the United Kingdom at Heathrow Airport. The ex-con model, 33, was sent packing back to the US less than eight hours after landing at Britain's biggest airport on Monday. He had been due to take part in ...

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RIP United Kingdom, 1927-2017 - Open Democracy

Open Democracy

RIP United Kingdom, 1927-2017
Open Democracy
More than 44 percent of UK exports are bound for the EU and the euro-currency swaps taking place daily in the City of London are counted in trillions of euros. More euros may be circulating on a daily basis in London's financial district than in the ...
The UK Snap Election Is Riskier Than It SeemsFiveThirtyEight
When is the UK general election 2017 - what happens next? Full timetable as Britain heads to the polls on June 8Mirror.co.uk
Theresa May calls for snap UK general election saying Brexit process needs a strong governmentThe Independent
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Trump may ban laptops from aircrafts on flights from UK - Daily Mail

Daily Mail

Trump may ban laptops from aircrafts on flights from UK
Daily Mail
Passengers flying to the US from British airports face being banned from taking laptops and iPads in their hand luggage. President Trump's administration is considering extending its ban on large electronic devices being carried in aircraft cabins to ...
US considers cabin laptop ban on flights from UK airportsThe Guardian
Trump considers banning laptops on planes from UK airportsThe Times

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Eurovision United Kingdom: Lucie Jones to star in UK and Ireland ... - esctoday.com

esctoday.com

Eurovision United Kingdom: Lucie Jones to star in UK and Ireland ...
esctoday.com
Eurovision news Ukraine 2017: Lucie Jones, the UK representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, has been announced as the lead role in the UK and ...

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S&P says UK election might lower risk of Brexit 'cliff' - Reuters UK

Reuters UK

S&P says UK election might lower risk of Brexit 'cliff'
Reuters UK
S&P also said Britain's decision to leave the European Union had created "a heightened risk" around the country's large borrowing needs and could put strains on the historic make-up of the United Kingdom. The UK's gross external financing needs were ...
Schäuble: 'No free lunch' for UK in Brexit talksDeutsche Welle
EU President Tusk says Britain must tackle Irish issue before Brexit trade talksRTE.ie
Brexit: Irish border issue at forefront of talksCNN
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UK stocks lower at close of trade; Investing.com United Kingdom 100 down 0.48% - Investing.com

Investing.com

UK stocks lower at close of trade; Investing.com United Kingdom 100 down 0.48%
Investing.com
The best performers of the session on the Investing.com United Kingdom 100 were Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (LON:RBS), which rose 4.74% or 12.00 points to trade at 265.40 at the close. Meanwhile, Antofagasta PLC (LON:ANTO) added 2.38% or ...

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Slovak media face hefty fines for referring to Britain instead of UK - The Guardian

The Guardian

Slovak media face hefty fines for referring to Britain instead of UK
The Guardian
A letter sent to all Slovak media outlets last week said they had repeatedly broken the law by using the names Britain and Great Britain in Brexit coverage rather than United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. “Our key goal is to raise ...

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Japanese PM Abe Asks UK PM May for 'Smooth Brexit' for Business - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World Report

Japanese PM Abe Asks UK PM May for 'Smooth Brexit' for Business
U.S. News & World Report
"In a situation where protectionist trends are becoming pronounced in the world, Japan and Europe and the United States must keep the flag of free trade hoisted high," Abe said. "Japan and the UK see themselves as the standard bearers of free trade.
General election 2017: Theresa May makes joint statement with Japanese PM – as it happenedThe Guardian

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UK government says Scottish Brexit proposal could disrupt trade: letter - Reuters

Reuters

UK government says Scottish Brexit proposal could disrupt trade: letter
Reuters
Scotland, where a majority voted to stay in the EU though the United Kingdom as a whole voted to leave at a June referendum, last December proposed a separate trade carve-out for itself in London's upcoming divorce talks with the EU. The core of ...
Theresa May set for Scottish visit in election campaignBBC News
May to tell Scots: Let UK and Scotland 'flourish'Sky News
Theresa May will urge Scots to back herDaily Mail

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