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UK museums tighten COVID measures in light of Omicron variant
Museums across the UK are revisiting their COVID policies in response to new measures introduced by the UK government to combat the spread of the Omicron variant.
UK seeks 'urgent' migrant talks with Europe after French snub
Britain's government on Sunday announced plans for its own talks on the English Channel migration crisis with European ministers this week as it was frozen out of a crisis meeting in France.
Hamas urges ‘maximum mobilization’ after UK's terror designation
A media adviser to Ismail Haniyeh said the head of the Hamas resistance movement’s political bureau has called on world countries, especially the Arab states, to mobilize their pro-Palestine positions amid attempts to liquidate the nation’s cause against the decades-long Israeli occupation.
France says no ‘retreat’ on UK fishing demands: Minister
France is not backing down on its demand that the British crown dependency of Jersey grant all outstanding requests for post-Brexit licenses to French fishermen, its Europe Minister Clement Beaune told AFP on Friday.
UK royals’ Japanese artefacts to go on display at Buckingham Palace
Japanese treasures acquired by the royal family over almost four centuries are to go on public display for the first time next year in an exhibition at Buckingham Palace.
UK’s Johnson rebuffs Greek PM's demand for talks on Parthenon marbles
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson told his Greek counterpart Kyriakos Mitsotakis on Tuesday that the issue of the Parthenon sculptures, which Greece wants returned from London to Athens, was one for the British Museum and not for his government.
UK annual inflation soars to 4.2% on energy bills, highest since 2011: Data
British annual inflation surged close to a 10-year peak in October partly on the back of higher household energy costs, official data showed Wednesday.
France tells UK to stop 'giving lessons' on migrants
France told Britain on Monday to stop "giving lessons" on migrants amid an increasingly acrimonious row between London and Paris over the numbers crossing the Channel.
Liverpool taxi blast was 'terrorist incident': UK police
An explosive device that blew up a taxi in the northern English city of Liverpool on Sunday was carried on board by a passenger and the blast is being treated as a terrorist incident, police said on Monday.
UK recovery still lagging other G7 economies as growth slows
UK GDP growth slowed between July and September, leaving the economy still around 2% smaller than it was before the pandemic and trailing the recovery in other G7 nations.
EX-foreign secretary Hunt insists UK should pay debt to Iran
Former British foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt urged the government in London to expedite efforts to settle an outstanding debt to Iran, saying the issue is affecting the relations between the two countries.
Opposition accuses UK government of political corruption
Labour's Sir Keir Starmer accused British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of "corrupt and contemptible" behaviour in trying to "protect" Tory MP Owen Paterson, after he was found to have broken lobbying rules.
Life-sized cake of Sir David Attenborough unveiled at Birmingham show
A life-sized Sir David Attenborough was unveiled amongst the culinary delights at the Cake International show in Birmingham.
UK 'net-zero' financial hub plan slammed by environmental activists
Finance Minister Rishi Sunak said Wednesday he plans to make Britain the world's first net-zero financial services centre, even as environmental campaigners quickly criticised the proposals.

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