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EU investment fund closes door on UK tech start-ups
The EU’s investment arm has shut down funding to British start-ups in a move that deprives young technology companies of a key source of financial support.
May says Windrush migrants will be compensated
British Prime Minister Theresa May said the UK government will consider compensating members of the so-called ‘Windrush generation’ following fierce criticism over a scandal involving black Caribbean immigrants.
UK envoy draws criticism by defending Saudi crackdown on Shias in eastern town
Britain’s ambassador to Riyadh has defended the Saudi regime’s heavy-handed crackdown on the minority Shia Muslims in Eastern Province, drawing criticisms from human rights activists.
Pound slides as UK rate hike prospect dims
The pound fell on Friday after Bank of England Governor Mark Carney shook the market's confidence in an early interest rate hike, dealers said.
South Africa’s leader cuts short UK visit after protests
South Africa’s president cut short a visit to Britain to return home and deal with violent protests in a provincial capital.
Britain confident in Brexit talks, sees no return to hard Irish border
Britain expressed confidence on Friday that there would no return to a hard border with EU member, Ireland, after Brexit, saying it did not recognize reports that the bloc had rubbished its proposals.
South Africa president cuts short UK visit amid unrest at home
South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa has cut short his visit to Britain by a day to return home to deal with protests in the country's North West Province, his office said on Thursday.
Russia: German chlorine, UK smoke bombs found in Syria's Ghouta
Russia says Syrian government forces have found containers filled with toxic chlorine gas from Germany and smoke grenades manufactured in Britain in Syria's recently-liberated Eastern Ghouta region.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says 'Windrush generation' are British, will not be deported
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says the Windrush generation -- African-Caribbean people who immigrated to Britain after World War ll as cheaper labor – are British and her government will not deport them.
Syria gas attack false flag organized by UK spy services: Russia
Russia says it has “irrefutable” evidence that a recent suspected chemical attack in the Damascus suburb town of Douma, which was used as a pretext for missile strikes against Syria, was a “false flag” operation orchestrated by British spy services.
French, UK leaders face fallout from Syria attack
Europe’s two biggest military powers took a gamble in lining up behind US President Donald Trump to bombard Syria. Now they are facing a backlash which may cost them dearly.
UK high street crisis hits recession levels as 12,000 jobs on the line
At least 12,000 more jobs are on the line on the UK’s high street as the number of brands in peril reaches levels not seen since the last recession.
British MP urges UK to engage with Iran to maintain truce in Syria
British Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn in a letter to the UK Prime Minister Theresa May called for engaging with Iran in establishing peace in Syria.
UK student suicide rate high
The suicide rate among UK students is higher than among the general population of their age group, claimed researchers.
OPCW’s poisoning report may be part of UK agenda to discredit Russia: Zakharova
Moscow has cast doubt on authenticity of a report by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) on the poisoning of a Soviet-era spy in the UK, saying it may be part of Britain’s agenda to harm Russia’s reputation.

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