Saturday, 23 September 2017

Tag Archives: british

British MPs to vote on EU divorce trigger

As the second of a two-day debate gets underway, the 143 word bill is expected to swiftly pass the vote in the lower parliament. Prime Minister Theresa May could begin the process to leave the European Union next month. British MPs were due to spend several more hours on Wednesday ...

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UK manufacturing accelerates

LONDON: Output for the UK’s manufacturing sector grew at its fastest rate for 2½ years in January while input prices rose by the most on record, according to the latest survey of purchasing managers working in the industry. The main source of new orders was the domestic market, although there ...

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Baroness Warsi condemns Theresa May for ‘bowing down’ to Trump

LONDON: An ex-Cabinet minister has accused the Government of “bowing down” to Donald Trump, demanding that Theresa May consider cancelling his state visit. Baroness Warsi said ministers had to decide whether it is right for the UK to bestow the “highest honour” it can on a US President who holds such controversial views. She ...

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Amir Khan tells Kell Brook to wait for fight

BIRMINGHAM: Boxer Amir Khan has told Kell Brook he must wait until the end of this year and stay at welterweight to make their British blockbuster happen. Khan is not considering Brook as an opponent for his comeback fight in May but is more open to their grudge fight now ...

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US border staff checked my phone for political views – BBC man

LONDON: A British journalist has said he was detained for two hours and subjected to invasive checks at the US border by officials imposing Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban. British citizen Ali Hamedani, who was born in Iran, said he was forced to hand over his phone and its password ...

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Britain says U.S. immigration curbs do not apply to UK travellers

LONDON: Britain’s Foreign Office said that U.S. President Donald Trump’s travel restrictions only applied to individuals travelling from the seven named countries, so people arriving from other countries, including the United Kingdom, would not be subject to more checks regardless of nationality or place of birth. British Foreign Minister Boris ...

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UK govt accused of covering up ‘failed nuclear missile test’

LONDON: The British government was accused of covering up a failed test of its nuclear weapons deterrent last year, just weeks before lawmakers voted to renew the system. Prime Minister Theresa May refused to say whether she knew about the reported malfunction of an unarmed missile when she urged MPs ...

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