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Poll puts Tories ahead of Labour after Cameron speech

PRIME Minister David Cameron promised to hand almost half the British population a tax cut if re-elected next year, a pledge he hopes will...

Mallya returns to UK court for extradition hearing

Embattled liquor tycoon Vijay Mallya, wanted in India on fraud charges, returned to Westminster Magistrates' Court here on Tuesday for closing arguments in his...

Britain Needs Tougher Law To Tackle ‘Air Quality Catastrophe’: Lawmakers

Britain should introduce new, more ambitious legislation to tackle poor air quality after failing to deal with the problem, lawmakers said on Thursday. In...

2017 saw UK-India ties grow but post-Brexit future concerns remain

2017 saw UK-India ties grow but post-Brexit future concerns remain The UK-India ties grew steadily in 2017, with the British government laying the groundwork for...

Britain’s top judge wants ban on veils during criminal trials

  BRITAIN'S senior-most judge has spoken out against veils being allowed during criminal trials, saying women should not be allowed to cover their faces in...

Queen Gives Formal Consent For Grandson Prince Harry To Marry Meghan Markle

Britain's Queen Elizabeth has formally given her permission for her "dearly beloved" grandson Prince Harry to marry his U.S. fiancee Meghan Markle. In a...

Islamic group to lose battle to build new mosque in London

An Islamic group is set to lose a long-drawn battle to build a new 290,000-square-foot "mega mosque". Tablighi Jamaat's plans for a mosque with 190-foot...

British PM in crunch Brexit deal talks with EU chief

British Prime Minister Theresa May holds a crunch meeting with European Union President Donald Tusk on Friday as hopes mount that she will offer...

British ‘home-grown’ terror threat increasing: report

BRITAIN faces a growing threat from home-grown jihadists who are beyond the “radar screen” of intelligence authorities, leaked cables seen by the Telegraph newspaper...

PM Theresa May faces local election losses as key Brexit tests near

Voters will pass judgment on Prime Minister Theresa May’s party on Thursday in local government elections expected to show rising support for her opponents...