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Prince William To Visit Jerusalem, Ramallah In June

Prince William will visit Jerusalem and Ramallah when he becomes the first senior member of Britain's royal family to visit Israel and the Palestinian...

Looking for new way to donate during Ramadan? London mosque now accepts bitcoin

Looking for a new way to give money to charity as part of Ramadan? A mosque in Britain's capital is willing to receive your...

Britain makes second forced marriage conviction in a week

A couple who duped their daughter into travelling to Bangladesh to marry her cousin and threatened to "chop her up" when she refused were...

Indian migrants want work rights restored as UK reviews skilled visas

Hundreds of highly-skilled Indian professionals are calling on the UK government to restore their right to work and other benefits until an ongoing review...

Visa Close To ‘Normal’ After Outage Blocks Transactions Across Europe

Payment systems giant Visa said late Friday it was "operating at close to normal levels" after a hardware failure left it struggling to process...

UK’s ‘jihadi jails’ remain empty over human rights fears

Britain's high-security prison units created to house the country's most dangerous convicted terrorists, dubbed as "jihadi jails", are going empty as the Prison Service...

Anti-military British-Pakistani journalist briefly abducted in Lahore

A prominent British-Pakistani journalist and activist, known for criticising the powerful military, was briefly abducted by unidentified men in Lahore, but was later released...

UK places of worship to be protected with million-pound security fund

Places of worship in the UK that have been subjected to or could be vulnerable to hate crime attacks will be supported by with...

UK may link extradition of Nirav, Mallya with illegal migrant pact’

The UK may link the extradition process of fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi and liquor baron Vijay Mallya with the signing of a much-delayed agreement...

PM Theresa May faces another day of Brexit compromise in parliament

Prime Minister Theresa May is likely to bow to pressure from pro-Europe rebels in her party for a second day on Wednesday when lawmakers...