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Envoy: UK to pay over £400mn debt to Central Bank of Iran
Iran's ambassador to Britain said an outstanding debt owed by the UK to Tehran will be transferred to the Central Bank of Iran soon, in what will mark an end to the decades-long legal dispute between the two sides.
UK extends condolences over fatal quake in western Iran
British envoy to Iran extended condolences over the deadly earthquake in western Iran which resulted in killing of hundreds of people and injuring thousands of others.
Outlook for UK pay growth improves, but only a little
British employers expect to raise pay for their workers only a little despite strong demand for staff and already low unemployment, according to an industry survey that suggested no immediate respite for the country's squeezed households.
UK Cabinet in Turmoil after 'Orwellian' letter to British PM
The possibility of UK Prime Minister Theresa May stepping down seems more and more likely following the revelation of a scandalous 'for your eyes only' set of secret Conservative Party demands.
London to set up environmental watchdog to deliver 'green Brexit'
The UK government is to establish an independent watchdog to ease fears that Britain’s exit from the European Union will harm environmental standards.
EU Brexit chief preparing for 'possible' failure
EU Brexit chief Michel Barnier said Sunday that he is making contingency plans for the "possible" failure of divorce talks with Britain, which he has given two weeks to reach preliminary agreement on key issues.
Lawmakers call for UK Queen to divulge cash flow after paradise papers leak
The Shadow Chancellor of the British Cabinet called on the Queen of England to release her financial information in the wake of the Paradise Papers leak, after the monarchy’s private estate was shown to be connected to offshore tax havens.
UK, France industrial output jumps in September
The UK's industrial output grew at its fastest pace so far this year in September, according to official figures.
Iran slams UK position over Yemen missile strike on Riyadh
Iranian mission in London in a statement protested against Minister of State for the Middle East and North Africa's statement which was released on Nov 9 as Regard Iran's role in Yemeni strike on Riyadh.
Number of patients waiting over six months for surgery up 40%
The number of patients waiting more than six months for surgery in England was 40 percent higher in September than the same month last year, according to analysis by the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS).
EU cuts UK growth outlook due to Brexit 'uncertainty'
The European Union has slashed UK’s economic growth forecast for this year and said the slowdown would continue through 2019 as uncertainties over Britain’s planned exit from the EU weigh on the economy.
UK cabinet minister facing removal over unauthorized Israeli meetings
British Prime Minister Theresa May has summoned her International Development Secretary Priti Patel back from a trip to Africa following a scandal over unauthorized meetings in Israel, prompting speculation she will be the second minister in a week to be fired.
British retailers hit by  worst non-food sales on record
Sales of non-food items grew at the slowest pace since records began as families chose days out over shopping, the British Retail Consortium has said.
Leaks reveal UK Queen's offshore funds, US commerce chief's Russia ties
US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has business ties to a shipping firm linked to Vladimir Putin's inner circle, according to a vast leak of financial documents that also revealed Britain's Queen Elizabeth II's investments in tax havens.
Voluntary living wage rate rise to boost 150,000 UK staff
More than 150,000 workers whose firms are signed up to the voluntary living wage rate are set to get a pay rise.

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