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23:12, 19 March 2018 Monday
14:53, 17 March 2018 Saturday

Russia to expel 23 British diplomats says foreign ministry

It said the move was a response to Britain's "provocative actions" and "baseless accusations over the incident in Salisbury on March 4," referring to the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal with a nerve agent developed in the Soviet Union, which Britain has blamed on Russia.

15:49, 16 March 2018 Friday

Russia vows to respond to Britain over spy attack 'any

President Vladimir Putin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov on Friday said Russia's sanctions could come "any minute" even though he declined to say whether Moscow would deliver its response before Sunday's presidential election.

04:10, 16 March 2018 Friday

Britain's allies point finger at Moscow over spy poisoning

The escalating international scandal is unfolding as former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia remain in critical condition after exposure to the Soviet-designed chemical Novichok on March 4 in the English city of Salisbury.

18:11, 07 March 2018 Wednesday

EU doesn't want a 'wall' with Britain

Tusk's draft plans rebuffed many of the demands that Prime Minister Theresa May made in a long-awaited speech on the post-Brexit relationship between Britain and the EU after 2019.

14:27, 15 February 2018 Thursday

EU presidency urges Britain to ditch Brexit

Boyko Borisov, the Bulgarian prime minister, said he had so far seen nothing in the talks on Britain's exit in March 2019 to give him hope for a good outcome.

16:24, 05 February 2018 Monday

Trump attacks Britain's public healthcare system

"The Democrats are pushing for Universal HealthCare while thousands of people are marching in the UK because their U system is going broke and not working," he wrote in an early morning tweet.

11:48, 29 January 2018 Monday

Britain's EU days are 'over' French FM tells Japan firms

"The message is clear for us: firstly, the presence of Britain in the European Union is over," he said describing his discussions with local business leaders during a four-day trip to Japan.

02:06, 20 January 2018 Saturday

Boris Johnson floats idea of bridge between UK and France

Johnson made the radical suggestion during Thursday's Franco-British summit near London, a source in the French presidency said, prompting reactions ranging from polite diplomatic putdowns to bemusement to scorn.

17:49, 08 January 2018 Monday

Chaotic start to British PM's new year reshuffle

A new chairman of May's Conservative party was announced on Twitter, only for the tweet to be deleted and another man named for the post.

12:49, 19 December 2017 Tuesday

Twitter suspends Britain First leaders accounts

Three accounts linked to far-right group offline, including one US President Donald Trump had retweeted videos from

14:44, 06 December 2017 Wednesday

Britain thwarts plot to kill May reports

Naa'imur Zakariyah Rahman, 20, and Mohammed Aqib Imran, 21, planned to blow up security barriers outside May's Downing Street office and then stab the British leader to death, the reports said.

12:16, 20 November 2017 Monday

Britain's queen to celebrate 70 years of marriage

Queen Elizabeth II is world's longest-reigning monarch  

15:49, 16 October 2017 Monday

Britain s economic model is broken says Justin Welby

The most senior figure in the Church of England wrote in the Financial Times that Britain's "broken" economic model was leaving younger generations behind.

15:16, 20 September 2017 Wednesday

Britain to promise 20 billion euros in Brexit bill

May's EU adviser Olly Robbins has informed his counterparts in various European capitals of the offer, the newspaper said, citing unnamed officials briefed on the discussions.

11:14, 17 September 2017 Sunday

Britain aims for new security treaty with EU

Britain's proposal on future cooperation with the EU in areas of law enforcement, security and criminal justice will be published in a position paper on Monday.

17:47, 12 September 2017 Tuesday

100 prisoners escape on hurricane-hit British island

"We had a serious threat of a complete breakdown of law and order in the British Virgin islands (BVI)," junior foreign minister Alan Duncan told parliament.

10:16, 26 August 2017 Saturday

Qatari Foreign Minister talks to British counterpart

Qatari Foreign Minister Al Thani discussed Gulf crisis with U.K. Foreign Secretary Johnson

06:23, 17 August 2017 Thursday

British MPs back action over 'Muslim problem' article

Jewish, anti-Islamophobia groups make joint complaint about controversial tabloid piece  

01:07, 04 August 2017 Friday

UK security researcher accused of creating bank malware

Marcus Hutchins, known by the alias "Malwaretech," was charged in an indictment dated July 12 and unsealed by federal authorities in Wisconsin.

12:58, 30 July 2017 Sunday

British government rift over EU immigration

Fox said the cabinet had not agreed a deal on immigration once Britain is out of the European Union in March 2019.

11:37, 27 July 2017 Thursday

Britain plans bigger role in Asia post-Brexit Johnson

Johnson backed the campaign to quit the EU and said the decision had given his country the opportunity to "think afresh" about its international role, while maintaining close ties with its European partners.

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