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Armed police detain man outside British parliament

London - Armed police detained a man on the grounds of the British parliament on Tuesday, at almost exactly the same spot where an attack occurred last year, an AFP photographer saw.

May heads to Europe in bid to save Brexit deal under fire

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May will visit Germany's Angela Merkel Tuesday as she works to salvage her Brexit deal, the day after delaying a parliamentary vote on it to avoid a crushing defeat.

Key drivers for electric vehicles in 2019

Electric vehicles are set to grow considerably in 2019. Casting an eye into the new future, design company ByteSnap have put forward a set of reasons why electric vehicles and associated technologies are set to grow.

British PM delays Brexit deal vote but EU warns no renegotiation

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday postponed a parliamentary vote on her Brexit deal to avoid a crushing defeat, saying she would head to Europe for further talks -- but the EU warned it would not reopen the agreement.

What next now May has delayed Brexit deal vote?

London - What happens now after Prime Minister Theresa May threw the Brexit process into fresh disarray after deferring a vote on her deal in parliament?

Short, sharp shock if no-deal Brexit

London - From food businesses stockpiling imports to passengers wondering if their flights will take off, many in Britain are worried about splitting from the European Union without an agreement in March.

UK court rules to extradite Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya

London - A British court on Monday ruled Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya, the owner of Kingfisher beer and head of the Force India Formula One team, can be extradited to his homeland to face fraud charges.

Indian tycoon Mallya to find out extradition fate

London - Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya will appear in a London court on Monday to find out whether he will be extradited to his homeland, where he is accused of fraud.

What next if UK MPs reject Brexit deal?

London - Prime Minister Theresa May appears likely to lose a historic vote on the Brexit deal she has struck with EU leaders in a crucial parliament vote on Tuesday.

Brexit doubts grow in Wales as crunch vote looms

Swansea - The 12 stars of the European Union flag are on proud display across Swansea University's new campus.

Rain or shine, Mr Stop Brexit delivers his message

London - A single voice rings out through the ornate corridors of Britain's Houses of Parliament, a regular shout from the street with a simple message: "Stoooppp Brexit!

Tributes for Pete Shelley from UK punk band Buzzcocks

London - Tributes flooded in on Friday for "brilliant talent" Pete Shelley, the lead singer and songwriter with influential British pop punk band the "Buzzcocks", who died in Estonia aged 63.

O2 and Ericsson suffer major network breakdown

Major data service issues have impacted upon the U.K.'s second largest mobile network, O2 plus the telecoms company Ericsson. This has affected millions of users worldwide, across the 4G network.

UK's May offers more say for MPs to save Brexit deal

London - British Prime Minister Theresa May sought Thursday to woo MPs with a promise of more power over the next stage of Brexit as she fought to save her EU withdrawal deal ahead of a crucial parliamentary vote next week.

Markets tumble as Huawei arrest rekindles US-China trade fears

London - World markets slumped Thursday as the arrest of a top executive at Chinese telecoms giant Huawei raised doubts over the recent trade truce agreed by US President Donald Trump and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping.

UK's May hints at Brexit backstop vote to save ailing deal

London - Prime Minister Theresa May suggested Thursday that MPs may get to decide whether Britain eventually joins the "backstop" plan to avoid post-Brexit border checks with Ireland.

Brexit hardliners resist pleas to vote for May's deal

London - Conservative Brexiteers, having spent their entire careers railing against the European Union, are resisting pleas from Theresa May to support her deal and could try to unseat her in the aftermath of next week's vote.

Zuckerberg defends Facebook in new data breach controversy

London - Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg pushed back Wednesday against emails showing the social media giant offering Netflix and other popular apps preferential access to people's data even after it had tightened its privacy rules.

The pathogenic skin bacterium 'no one' is talking about

Bath - More high profile pathogenic bacteria regularly make news headlines, especially in relation to food recalls or to hospital hygiene. A new research paper warns that we shouldn't forget about a common bacterium that can cause harm.

Facebook accused of giving access to users' data

London - A British parliamentary committee accused Facebook on Wednesday of giving companies such as Netflix preferential access to users' data even after it tightened its privacy rules in 2014-15.
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