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UK authorities launch Operation Scepter to fight youth violence
British authorities have launched Operation Scepter in an effort to stem rising youth violence in the country.
UK deficit climbs as government borrowing costs rise
Public borrowing increased in June as higher interest rates on Government debt pushed the deficit reduction plan into reverse.
Reports: UK could accept EU immigration in Brexit transition
The British government could agree to free movement of people during a Brexit transition period, newspapers reported on Friday in what would be a major reversal of current plans.
Nearly half of UK exporters yet to do Brexit rethink
Almost half of British exporters have not reviewed their sales strategy in the year since Britain voted to leave the European Union, potentially leaving them exposed to losses, a survey by Lloyds Banking Group showed on Friday.
EU urge UK to clarify stance on citizens’ rights, exit bill
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator has called on Britain to clarify key issues, including its exit bill and the rights of citizens after the second round of talks wrapped up EU headquarters with "fundamental" differences remaining.
Brexit's effect on UK 'will be profound and unpredictable', lawmakers say
Brexit poses a fundamental challenge to the future of the United Kingdom by removing the European Union law that has helped to bind it together, a committee of lawmakers from the British parliament's upper house said on Wednesday.
Brexit talks get to 'heart of the matter'
Britain and the EU vowed to get to the “heart of the matter” as they launched fresh Brexit talks in Brussels on Monday, even as bitter infighting gripped the British government.
Terrorist groups in region bolstered by US, UK
Brigadier General Masoud Jazayeri said on Monday that certain evidence and documents point to the US and UK complicity in the formation and reinforcement of terrorist groups in the Middle East.
Trump warns he won’t visit UK until he gets ‘better reception’
US President Donald Trump has told UK Prime Minister Theresa May he will not visit London for his controversial state visit until he is guaranteed a "better reception" amid fears of popular protests, a British newspaper has reported.
Brexit uncertainty hurting investment: Finance minister
The uncertainty surrounding the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union (EU) is hurting investment in the country, UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has warned.
Most Britons oppose UK arms sales to Saudi Arabia: Poll
A majority of the British public believes the UK must end arms sales to Saudi Arabia over its large-scale slaughter of civilians in Yemen, according to a new poll.
UK public finances face twin threat from Brexit, downturn
Britain’s public finances are in worse shape to withstand a recession than they were on the eve of the 2007 financial crash a decade ago and face the twin threat of a fresh downturn and Brexit, the Treasury’s independent forecaster warned.
Saudi Arabia fueling extremism in UK, Europe: Ex-UK ambassador
Former British ambassador to Saudi Arabia Sir William Patey said the kingdom is fueling extremism in the United Kingdom and Europe, arguing that its support for Wahhabist ideology is leading to radicalization.
Barnier: EU court should be guarantor of expats' rights after Brexit
The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier said there were many differences with Britain on citizens' rights, including on the role of the EU court that needed to be sorted out before talks can start on a trade deal.
Doubts over Brexit mount as May marks a year in power
A weakened Theresa May came under fresh pressure Tuesday to soften her Brexit position, adding to uncertainty about her negotiating strategy with Brussels one year after she became Britain's prime minister.

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