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Charles III proclaimed Britain's new monarch
Charles III was formally proclaimed Britain's new king by the Accession Council on Saturday in a ceremony following the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth II.
Truss appointed as Britain's PM, Johnson bows out
Liz Truss took over as British prime minister on Tuesday, facing one of the most daunting set of challenges for an incoming leader in post-War history led by soaring energy bills, a looming recession and industrial strife.
Britain's rail network hit by fresh strike action over pay dispute
Britain's rail network faced major disruption again on Wednesday as staff walked out in a row over pay and conditions, the latest in a wave of industrial unrest as wages fail to keep pace with soaring inflation.
EU sues Britain again as N. Ireland bill erodes trust
The European Commission launched four new legal procedures against Britain on Friday after the British Parliament's lower house cleared a bill to scrap some of the rules governing post-Brexit trading arrangements for Northern Ireland.
France battles massive wildfires, Britain records highest ever temperature
Firefighters in southwestern France battled on Tuesday to contain massive forest wildfires and Britain recorded its highest ever temperature as a heatwave rising from the south settled over western Europe.
Britain orders review of fuel market as pump prices surge
Britain's competition watchdog has been asked by the government to review the retail fuel market to see whether a cut in duty has been passed onto consumers as prices at the pump hit unprecedented highs.
Britain’s parliamentary term ends in acrimony, scandal
British lawmakers headed back to their constituencies across the country Thursday at the end of a parliamentary year overshadowed by scandal.
Britain will reveal crypto regulation plans in coming weeks
The U.K. government will soon reveal plans to regulate the cryptocurrency market, focusing on a fast-growing type of token known as stablecoins, according to four industry sources familiar with the matter.
BoE's Mann: Inflation fears drove vote for half point rate hike
Bank of England policymaker Catherine Mann said she voted for a half percentage point rise in interest rates this month because she saw little sign that public's price expectations were easing, which risked causing inflation to stay too high.
Johnson facing further calls to resign amid parties row
Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing further calls to resign, as Tobias Ellwood became the latest Tory MP to say he wants to oust him from office.
World powers vow to prevent spread of nuclear weapons
Five global nuclear powers pledged Monday to prevent atomic weapons spreading and to avoid nuclear conflict, in a rare joint statement ahead of a review of a key nuclear treaty later this year.
Iran blasts 'baseless' communiqué by Britain, Arab states council
The Iranian Foreign Ministry strongly denounced an anti-Tehran final communiqué that was recently released at the end of a joint meeting between the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council and the UK.
Hamas slams Britain’s move to ban resistance group
Hamas condemned a move by Britain towards banning the resistance group as a terrorist organisation which could see supporters of the Palestinian movement face up to 14 years in prison.
France, Britain locked in fishing standoff as Brexit tensions mount
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will meet French President Emmanuel Macron this weekend amid a row over post-Brexit fishing rights in which France has seized a British boat and London has threatened to board French trawlers.
Four Guinness World Records broken at giant vegetable contest in Britain
An annual competition for growers of giant vegetables in Britain resulted in four Guinness World Records being broken: Heaviest eggplant, heaviest marrow, heaviest broad bean pod and longest leek.

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