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Review: What does it mean to be human? New London exhibit reveals all Special

London - What can an urban spaceman tells us about the human condition? These are some of the unusual objects on display at a new exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in London.

London insists UK leaving EU on Oct 31, despite delay request

London - A defiant British government doubled down Sunday, insisting it would leave the European Union in 11 days' time despite parliament forcing a reluctant prime minister to request another delay.

British PM sends unsigned letter seeking Brexit delay

London - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson reluctantly wrote to Brussels late Saturday asking for a Brexit extension after MPs voted to force him into seeking a delay beyond October 31.

British PM to seek extension after MPs back Brexit delay

London - Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to write to Brussels seeking a Brexit deadline extension after MPs voted Saturday to demand he delay Britain's October 31 departure date.

Meghan Markle says motherhood a 'struggle' under spotlight

London - Meghan Markle has admitted becoming a mother while living under an intense media spotlight has been a "struggle".The Duchess of Sussex gave birth to son Archie in May after marrying Prince Harry last year.

Brexit in the balance as British MPs hold historic vote

London - British MPs gather Saturday for a historic vote on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal -- a decision that could see the UK leave the EU this month or plunge the country into fresh uncertainty.

British PM scrambles to sell Brexit deal to MPs

London - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson launched a charm offensive on Friday to sell his Brexit deal to sceptical MPs, with a looming vote in parliament resting on a knife-edge.

British PM tries to sell Brexit deal to MPs

London - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will on Friday seek to sell his Brexit deal to sceptical MPs, as he returns home fresh from an EU victory but risking defeat in parliament.

What next after UK, EU agree Brexit deal?

London - Britain and the European Union have struck a new Brexit accord but it is by no means a done deal, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson has to get it through parliament.

Op-Ed: Brexit — A revenue disaster for the UK?

London - As Brexit makes its necrophiliac way to “fulfillment” the political arguments have overshadowed a few issues, like revenue. What happens when you dislocate your revenue base to this extent? You’re about to find out.

What if MPs reject UK government's agenda?

London - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday set out an ambitious legislative agenda, but what happens if MPs refuse to support it?

UK Gov R&D tax credits stats: What do they say about SMEs? Special

London - This year’s tax credit results reveal some surprising information about claims by SMEs. There has been a rise in the number of smaller claims by small SMEs, including start-up tech companies as Mark Smith of Ayming assesses.

Scotland releases man mistaken for French murder suspect

Glasgow - Scotland's police on Saturday released a man after he was mistaken for a French fugitive wanted for killing his wife and four children eight years ago.

Review: Yelfris Valdes: Tour de force performance at London's Jazz Cafe Special

London - Yelfris Valdés debuted 'For The Ones' at London's Jazz Cafe, serving up a superb toe-tapping performance, supported by a rhythmical and melodic array of musicians. The new project is both adventurous and experimental, as the live show revealed.

Terror probe after mass stabbing at UK shopping centre

Manchester - Police arrested a man on terror charges Friday after a mass stabbing at a shopping centre in Manchester, northwest England, that left five people injured.

Op-Ed: Spanish court investigates firm for spying on Assange for the US

The Spanish National Court is investigating a Spanish security firm, Undercover Global, suspected of spying on Julian Assange for the US while Assange was inside the Ecuadorean embassy in London UK. The investigation was made public this Wednesday.

Britain to mark Gandhi's 1931 visit with commemorative coin

London - Britain will commission a commemorative coin to mark the 90th anniversary of the final visit by Indian independence hero Mahatma Gandhi, its finance minister announced Thursday.

UK, Irish PMs say could see 'pathway' to Brexit deal

Birkenhead - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar said they could see a route towards striking a possible Brexit divorce deal, following a crunch meeting on Thursday.

British, Irish PMs keep Brexit talks alive after meeting

Birkenhead - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar said Thursday they could see a "pathway" to reaching a Brexit deal after meeting for last-ditch talks, but remained cautious with just days left to strike an agreement.

Living by the sea is better for your mental health: Study

Exeter - Living in different areas can have different impacts upon mental health. A new study has looked at people living close to the sea and has a drawn a positive correlation between residing in coastal areas and positive wellbeing.
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