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UK’s Scotland Yard faces allegations of 'serious corruption' and racism
London’s Metropolitan Police Service, known as Scotland Yard, or the Met, is being investigated for serious allegations of corruption and malpractice that includes ignoring racist practices in its own standards unit.
Record number of anti-Muslim attacks reported in UK
A record number of anti-Muslim attacks and incidents of abuse were reported last year, with women disproportionately targeted by mostly male teenage perpetrators, the monitoring group Tell Mama said.
Thousands sleep rough on UK streets despite holding down a regular job
A shocking new documentary has exposed the number of people who hold down jobs — but sleep on the streets in the UK.
Minister: UK to refuse Brexit bill without trade deal
Britain will only pay its EU divorce bill if the bloc agrees the framework for a future trade deal, the new Brexit Secretary warned in an interview published Sunday.
Islamophobic attacks hit record high in UK: Monitor
An anti-Muslim hate monitoring group says a record number of Islamophobic attacks and incidents of abuse were reported in the United Kingdom in 2017, with women disproportionately targeted by mostly male teenage assailants.
Trump backers support UK prisoner known for Islamophobia campaign
Supporters of US President Donald Trump are taking up the cause of an imprisoned far-right, anti-Muslim figure in the UK, raising fears that extreme right-wing movements and Islamophobia will be revived in Britain.
UK government borrowing at 11-year low
Government borrowing in the April-to-June period fell to its lowest level since 2007, official figures show.
UK using child spies in police and intelligence operations: Report
British police and intelligence agencies are using children as spies in covert operations against terrorists, gangs and drug dealers, a new UK parliamentary report has revealed.
Robbery, murder rise in UK
The British government warned it is “sleepwalking into a nightmare” as new figures show murder, robbery and stabbings increasing sharply in England and Wales.
Suspects who attacked spy Skripal and daughter in UK are Russians, says report
Ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia collapsed in the city of Salisbury on March 4 after being exposed to the nerve agent Novichok.
UK disability claimants owed £340m after DWP blunder
A cross-party group of British MPs criticized the Department for Work and Pensions’ “culture of indifference” after it took six years to correct a major error which left chronically-ill and disabled benefit claimants thousands of pounds out of pocket.
UK wage growth dips but interest rate increase seen on track
The Bank of England is expected to raise interest rates again next month even though official figures showed wage growth moderating and despite the latest parliamentary tribulations surrounding Brexit.
Russian president denounces ‘ungrounded accusations’ after UK nerve agent incidents
Russian President Vladimir Putin has once again strongly rejected “ungrounded accusations” leveled by the British government against Russia that Moscow could have been behind two separate cases of poisoning incidents in which, according to the UK authorities, a woman has so far lost her life and three others have been injured by a nerve agent in southern England.
Artificial intelligence will be net UK jobs creator, finds report
Artificial intelligence is set to create more than 7m new UK jobs in healthcare, science and education by 2037, more than making up for the jobs lost in manufacturing and other sectors through automation, according to a report.
Record number of EU citizens emigrate from UK
The number of EU citizens who emigrated from the UK last year is the highest on record, the Office for National Statistics said.

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