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Fresh transport strikes hit UK, mainland Europe
Britain's railway system once again came to a virtual standstill on Saturday and flights in Europe were disrupted as strikes in the travel sector hit the continent.
Johnson under pressure to resign after crushing election defeats
Boris Johnson's Conservatives lost two parliamentary seats on Friday, a crushing blow to the governing party that prompted the resignation of its chairman and intensified doubts about the future of Britain's prime minister.
Source: UK mulling restoration of trade ties with Iran
A spokesperson for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s office revealed that the UK is weighing mechanisms to facilitate restoration of trade ties with Iran.
UK hit by biggest rail strike in over 30 years
Rush-hour commuters in the UK faced chaos on Tuesday as railway workers launched the network's biggest strike in more than three decades, forcing people to trek to work on foot, by bike, bus – or simply not bother at all.
Rail and tube strikes to go ahead next week: British union
British Union leaders have confirmed that next week’s rail and tube strikes will go ahead after talks failed to resolve a bitter row over pay, jobs and conditions.
UK approves extradition of WikiLeaks founder to US
WikiLeaks calls decision ‘dark day for press freedom’
UK defiant after Rwanda asylum flight cancelled
Britain pressed on with a plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda on Wednesday despite a last-minute intervention by European judges that grounded the first plane minutes before it was due to depart.
Iran’s ‘Viewpoint’ to vie at Kingston Int’l Film Festival in UK
Iranian film ‘Viewpoint’ is slated to take part in the Kingston International Film Festival (KIFF) in the UK.
UN: UK Rwanda asylum plan unlawful
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) warned the UK Home Office twice that its arrangement to send asylum seekers to Rwanda was unlawful, the High Court has heard.
Price of UK petrol makes biggest daily jump in 17 years
The price of petrol at UK forecourts has made its biggest daily jump in 17 years, as the cost of filling a family car threatens to exceed £100 for the first time.
UK businesses feel the strain from surging inflation - PMIs
Growth among British businesses slowed sharply in May to its weakest since early 2021 when the country was under a COVID-19 lockdown, according to a survey, although the loss of momentum was less severe than initially reported.
UK new car sales slide to second worst May in 30 years
UK car sales slumped by a fifth last month compared with a year earlier as the semiconductor shortage continued to bite and the industry raised concerns over the impact of inflation on the market.
UK says it will work with aviation industry to solve travel chaos
British Transport Minister Grant Shapps said on Sunday the government would work hard with the aviation industry to avoid a repeat of the chaos at airports last week as passengers faced lengthy delays and cancellations of hundreds of flights.
Loophole could let North Sea oil, gas giants slash UK windfall tax bill
North Sea oil and gas companies that already benefit from huge tax breaks could use fresh rules to slash how much they pay under a new windfall tax announced by British Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak as part of his £15b cost of living package, according to a think tank.
UK MPs blast 'systemic failures' of Afghan withdrawal
The UK's chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan last year showed "systemic failures of leadership, planning and preparation", according to a scathing inquiry by MPs published on Tuesday.

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