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French president warns UK can’t keep full access to EU
French President Emmanuel Macron suggested that Britain is likely to negotiate a unique relationship with the European Union before it leaves the bloc next year, while stressing that any agreement must be consistent with EU rules.
UK retail sales slide in tough December
UK retail sales fell by 1.5 percent in December compared with November, the biggest monthly fall since the EU referendum, official figures show.
Britain, France to sign new immigration treaty during Macron visit
France and Britain will sign a new immigration treaty at a summit between President Emmanuel Macron and Prime Minister Theresa May in Britain on Thursday, French officials said.
UK: Most new cars must be electric by 2030
Three-fifths of new cars must be electric by 2030 to meet greenhouse gas targets, UK ministers have been warned.
Rights groups ask May to cancel Saudi prince's visit to UK
A coalition of human rights group have asked UK Prime Minister Theresa May to withdraw an invitation extended to Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to visit the UK.
EU 'hearts still open' to Brexit reversal
European Union leaders love-bombed Britain on Tuesday, holding the door open for it to change its mind about ending its four-decade membership of the bloc next year.
Quarter of UK's poorest households are getting deeper in debt, IFS warns
One in four of Britain’s poorest households are falling behind with debt payments or spending more than a quarter of their monthly income on repayments, according to a study.
Brexit bill will leave human rights deficit in UK: Report
The British government’s European Union withdrawal bill will create a human rights deficit in the country, leaving many different groups in society without adequate protection, UK rights organizations have warned.
Trump sparks UK political dispute after cancelling London trip
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has warned that the relationship between the US and UK is at risk after US President Donald Trump cancelled his upcoming trip to London amid warnings of mass protests.
Iran begins rebar exports to UK
Iran's Esfahan Steel Company (ESCO) has shipped its first rebar cargo to the UK, a company source told S&P Global Platts.
UK, Germany and France urge US not to tear up Iran nuclear deal
Three EU signatories to 2015 deal say Iran is respecting agreement that has made world safer and ‘prevented potential nuclear arms race’
Washington’s closest allies have sent a carefully timed warning to Donald Trump not to tear up the Iran nuclear deal, saying it is essential for international security, and no better alternative has been suggested by the White House.
She is 'too weak,' Corbyn blasts British PM May
UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has accused Prime Minister Theresa May of being “too weak” to sack underperforming members of her cabinet, after she reshuffled the lineup of her ministers in an attempt to reunify them ahead of a series of crucial foreign policy events this year.
UK says Iran’s domestic affairs ‘none of our business’
The United Kingdom’s Ambassador to Iran said the Islamic Republic’s domestic affairs, including recent unrests, are none of his country’s business and that the UK will stay out of Iranian internal affairs.
UK economy set for 'underwhelming' 2018
Britain's economy looks set for an underwhelming 2018, according to a major survey on Wednesday that showed businesses are in a subdued mood ahead of Brexit.
Plastic bag charge to be extended to all shops in UK
The 5p plastic bag levy is to be extended as part of government plans to tackle ‘throwaway culture’ in a 25-year environment plan being published later this week.

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