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‘Britcoin’ not bitcoin? UK considers new digital currency
British Finance Minister Rishi Sunak told the Bank of England on Monday to look at the case for a new “Britcoin”, or central bank-backed digital currency, aimed at tackling some of the challenges posed by cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin.
UK to deploy warships in Black Sea as Russia-Ukraine tension worsens
British warships will sail for the Black Sea in May amid rising tensions between Ukraine and Russia, the Sunday Times newspaper reported, citing senior naval sources.
Over 400 firms in UK shifted to EU after Brexit: Study
More than 400 financial firms in the United Kingdom have shifted activities, staff and a combined trillion pounds ($1.4 trillion) in assets to hubs in the European Union due to Brexit, with more pain to come, according to a new study by the New Financial think-tank.
UK to hit ‘peak drive-in’ this summer as outdoor cinema bookings boom
The UK is on track to hit “peak drive-in” this summer with outdoor cinema bookings surging ahead of the lifting of restrictions on some COVID-safe gatherings next week.
Man's 30-year werewolf hunt after scary run in with 'car-sized dog with human face’
By the light of a full Moon Colin Keelty saw something so terrifying that it changed his life.
UK audiences keen to return to cinemas post-lockdown, survey finds
The UK public is keen to return to cinemas, a survey found, with 59 percent of respondents citing the cinema as their most missed out-of-home entertainment activity.
Half of UK firms expect long-term post-Brexit disruption: Survey
The majority of British firms have faced disruption with trade with the European Union since Brexit, with many expecting the problem to last for some time, according to a survey published on Sunday.
Seven deaths in UK among AstraZeneca vaccine recipients after blood clots
The UK medical regulator said Saturday that out of 30 people who suffered blood clots after receiving the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine, seven have died.
Istanbul Municipality buys Qur’an copies, manuscripts at UK auction
Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality (IBB) bought nine Qur’an copies and manuscripts sold at Sotheby’s auction house in London.
Iran: Recent incidents in Bristol should be seriously dealt with
Spokesman of Iran’s Foreign Ministry Saeed Khatibzadeh said Iran hopes that the so-called human rights advocates will pay serious attention to the violent suppression of the protesters by British police in Bristol.
Iran decries British hypocrisy, urges global eradication of nukes
Russia: UK nuclear plans deal serious blow to arms control
UK police officer to go on trial in Oct. over woman's murder
A serving British police officer is set to go on trial in October accused of the kidnap and murder of Sarah Everard whose killing sparked anger and soul-searching about what police, government and society can do to stop male violence against women.
New studies to examine racial inequality in UK art and music
Leading equal rights organizations in the UK announced a landmark research commission into racial inequality in the art sector, as a new organization called Black Lives in Music also aims to tackle racial inequality in the music industry.
Lifting sanctions clear path to diplomacy, Iran tells UK
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said that the clear path to diplomacy is lifting sanctions as well as the fulfillment of US obligations under the 2015 nuclear deal, officially known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

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