UK PM Boris Johnson warns against 'unthinking Sinophobia' amid tensions with China

Britain has angered China by denouncing the implementation of controversial security law in its former colony of Hong Kong, which has been used against pro-democracy activists

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British MPs overwhelmingly back post-Brexit trade deal with European Union

The vote on the legislation to enact the trade agreement was passed by 521 to 73 votes in parliament's lower house. It now passes to the upper house for approval later on Wednesday, before…

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Nawaz Sharif's passport will be cancelled on February 16: Shaikh Rasheed

Nawaz Sharif has been living in London since November last year after he was permitted to leave the nation for clinical treatment

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Boris Johnson delivered on Brexit. It may not soothe his unruly party.

Even before the text of the post-Brexit trade agreement was published, lawmakers loyal to Prime Minister Boris Johnson lavished praise on him for resolving an issue that has convulsed British…

via The New York Times
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UK: Retailers urge public not to stockpile food as threat of no-deal Brexit looms

From January 1, the UK will be outside the EU single market and exporters will face a barrage of new regulations and checks that are expected to cause delays and shortages for British shoppers

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UK PM Boris Johnson calls India 'indispensable partner' ahead of Delhi visit next month

Boris Johnson will be the second British Prime Minister to be at India's Republic Day parade as a chief guest since John Major in 1993

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UK says 'deeply concerned' after Hong Kong's Jimmy Lai charged

Lai, an ardent critic of Beijing, is the highest profile person charged under the sweeping new law imposed on the Chinese-ruled city in June

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Doctor who saved UK PM Boris Johnson's life in April contracts coronavirus

The doctor who saved the life of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson when the leader had contracted the virus back in March, has now been infected with COVID-19

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'Not how we do things': British PM Boris Johnson on rumours of compulsory vaccination

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said that COVID-19 vaccines should be voluntary, adding that the country will not make the vaccines mandatory

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Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon warns UK; wants referendum 'early in next parliament'

Sturgeon said the UK government's current opposition to the independence referendum, indyref2, was 'unsustainable'

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Britain 'dragging its feet' in Brexit talks, says France's foreign minister

Jean-Yves Le Drian said the two sides remained far apart on fishing rights, a totemic issue for both Britain and France

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'Leave NATO': Russian duo posing as Greta Thunberg prank Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Pranksters Vovan and Lexus, whose real names are Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov, connected in a 10-minute call with Trudeau as fake Greta Thunberg in January, after a Ukrainian carrier…

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European Union halts Brexit talks after negotiator tests positive

Britain's standstill transition out of the European Union ends on December 31 and the estranged allies are still trying, despite missed deadlines, to clinch a last-minute deal on a new partnership…

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UK to unveil 'largest military investment' in three decades

In a speech to lawmakers in parliament, Johnson will announce an extra £16.5 billion ($22 billion, 18.5 billion euros) in funding over the next four years.

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ban petrol and diesel cars from 2030

'My 10-point plan will create, support and protect hundreds of thousands of green jobs, whilst making strides towards net zero by 2050,' Boris Johnson said

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Boris Johnson and Joe Biden vow to deepen ties and cooperate on tackling climate change

Johnson used his first phone call with the US president to welcome Biden's announcements that the United States would rejoin the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate and the World Health Organization,…

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World leaders, former US presidents welcome transfer of power to Joe Biden

Political leaders across the globe are looking forward to the historic transfer of power in the United States -- where Democrat Joe Biden will be… Read Article

UK PM Boris Johnson warns against 'unthinking Sinophobia' amid tensions with China

Britain has angered China by denouncing the implementation of controversial security law in its former colony of Hong Kong, which has been used against pro-democracy activists

Read Article

British MPs overwhelmingly back post-Brexit trade deal with European Union

The vote on the legislation to enact the trade agreement was passed by 521 to 73 votes in parliament's lower house. It now passes to the upper house for approval later on Wednesday, before…

Read Article

Nawaz Sharif's passport will be cancelled on February 16: Shaikh Rasheed

Nawaz Sharif has been living in London since November last year after he was permitted to leave the nation for clinical treatment

Read Article

Boris Johnson delivered on Brexit. It may not soothe his unruly party.

Even before the text of the post-Brexit trade agreement was published, lawmakers loyal to Prime Minister Boris Johnson lavished praise on him for resolving an issue that has convulsed British…

via The New York Times
Read Article

UK: Retailers urge public not to stockpile food as threat of no-deal Brexit looms

From January 1, the UK will be outside the EU single market and exporters will face a barrage of new regulations and checks that are expected to cause delays and shortages for British shoppers

Read Article

UK PM Boris Johnson calls India 'indispensable partner' ahead of Delhi visit next month

Boris Johnson will be the second British Prime Minister to be at India's Republic Day parade as a chief guest since John Major in 1993

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UK says 'deeply concerned' after Hong Kong's Jimmy Lai charged

Lai, an ardent critic of Beijing, is the highest profile person charged under the sweeping new law imposed on the Chinese-ruled city in June

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Doctor who saved UK PM Boris Johnson's life in April contracts coronavirus

The doctor who saved the life of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson when the leader had contracted the virus back in March, has now been infected with COVID-19

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'Not how we do things': British PM Boris Johnson on rumours of compulsory vaccination

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said that COVID-19 vaccines should be voluntary, adding that the country will not make the vaccines mandatory

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Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon warns UK; wants referendum 'early in next parliament'

Sturgeon said the UK government's current opposition to the independence referendum, indyref2, was 'unsustainable'

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Britain 'dragging its feet' in Brexit talks, says France's foreign minister

Jean-Yves Le Drian said the two sides remained far apart on fishing rights, a totemic issue for both Britain and France

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'Leave NATO': Russian duo posing as Greta Thunberg prank Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Pranksters Vovan and Lexus, whose real names are Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov, connected in a 10-minute call with Trudeau as fake Greta Thunberg in January, after a Ukrainian carrier…

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European Union halts Brexit talks after negotiator tests positive

Britain's standstill transition out of the European Union ends on December 31 and the estranged allies are still trying, despite missed deadlines, to clinch a last-minute deal on a new partnership…

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UK to unveil 'largest military investment' in three decades

In a speech to lawmakers in parliament, Johnson will announce an extra £16.5 billion ($22 billion, 18.5 billion euros) in funding over the next four years.

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ban petrol and diesel cars from 2030

'My 10-point plan will create, support and protect hundreds of thousands of green jobs, whilst making strides towards net zero by 2050,' Boris Johnson said

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UK PM Boris Johnson tells ministers that Brexit deal with EU remains uncertain

United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday warned his top minister that the envisioned trade agreement with the European Union remained uncertain

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Boris Johnson says devolving powers to Scotland was 'a disaster'; faces criticism

The bonds holding the United Kingdom together have been severely strained over the last five years by Brexit and the government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, and 14 recent polls have shown…

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'Great Reset' conspiracy theory takes Twitter by storm after Trudeau's speech on COVID-19

Clearly startled by the Great Reset being a 'real thing,' watchers hurried to find it, sending looks for the term taking off on Google. 

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Boris Johnson and Joe Biden vow to deepen ties and cooperate on tackling climate change

Johnson used his first phone call with the US president to welcome Biden's announcements that the United States would rejoin the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate and the World Health Organization,…

Read Article

UK PM Boris Johnson warns against 'unthinking Sinophobia' amid tensions with China

Britain has angered China by denouncing the implementation of controversial security law in its former colony of Hong Kong, which has been used against pro-democracy activists

Read Article

British MPs overwhelmingly back post-Brexit trade deal with European Union

The vote on the legislation to enact the trade agreement was passed by 521 to 73 votes in parliament's lower house. It now passes to the upper house for approval later on Wednesday, before…

Read Article

Nawaz Sharif's passport will be cancelled on February 16: Shaikh Rasheed

Nawaz Sharif has been living in London since November last year after he was permitted to leave the nation for clinical treatment

Read Article

Boris Johnson delivered on Brexit. It may not soothe his unruly party.

Even before the text of the post-Brexit trade agreement was published, lawmakers loyal to Prime Minister Boris Johnson lavished praise on him for resolving an issue that has convulsed British…

via The New York Times
Read Article

UK: Retailers urge public not to stockpile food as threat of no-deal Brexit looms

From January 1, the UK will be outside the EU single market and exporters will face a barrage of new regulations and checks that are expected to cause delays and shortages for British shoppers

Read Article

UK PM Boris Johnson calls India 'indispensable partner' ahead of Delhi visit next month

Boris Johnson will be the second British Prime Minister to be at India's Republic Day parade as a chief guest since John Major in 1993

Read Article

UK says 'deeply concerned' after Hong Kong's Jimmy Lai charged

Lai, an ardent critic of Beijing, is the highest profile person charged under the sweeping new law imposed on the Chinese-ruled city in June

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Doctor who saved UK PM Boris Johnson's life in April contracts coronavirus

The doctor who saved the life of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson when the leader had contracted the virus back in March, has now been infected with COVID-19

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'Not how we do things': British PM Boris Johnson on rumours of compulsory vaccination

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Wednesday said that COVID-19 vaccines should be voluntary, adding that the country will not make the vaccines mandatory

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Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon warns UK; wants referendum 'early in next parliament'

Sturgeon said the UK government's current opposition to the independence referendum, indyref2, was 'unsustainable'

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Britain 'dragging its feet' in Brexit talks, says France's foreign minister

Jean-Yves Le Drian said the two sides remained far apart on fishing rights, a totemic issue for both Britain and France

Read Article

'Leave NATO': Russian duo posing as Greta Thunberg prank Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

Pranksters Vovan and Lexus, whose real names are Vladimir Kuznetsov and Alexey Stolyarov, connected in a 10-minute call with Trudeau as fake Greta Thunberg in January, after a Ukrainian carrier…

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European Union halts Brexit talks after negotiator tests positive

Britain's standstill transition out of the European Union ends on December 31 and the estranged allies are still trying, despite missed deadlines, to clinch a last-minute deal on a new partnership…

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UK to unveil 'largest military investment' in three decades

In a speech to lawmakers in parliament, Johnson will announce an extra £16.5 billion ($22 billion, 18.5 billion euros) in funding over the next four years.

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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to ban petrol and diesel cars from 2030

'My 10-point plan will create, support and protect hundreds of thousands of green jobs, whilst making strides towards net zero by 2050,' Boris Johnson said

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UK PM Boris Johnson tells ministers that Brexit deal with EU remains uncertain

United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday warned his top minister that the envisioned trade agreement with the European Union remained uncertain

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Boris Johnson says devolving powers to Scotland was 'a disaster'; faces criticism

The bonds holding the United Kingdom together have been severely strained over the last five years by Brexit and the government’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, and 14 recent polls have shown…

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'Great Reset' conspiracy theory takes Twitter by storm after Trudeau's speech on COVID-19

Clearly startled by the Great Reset being a 'real thing,' watchers hurried to find it, sending looks for the term taking off on Google. 

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'Extremely late': Time is running out for Brexit deal, says European Union

The clock is ticking towards December 31 when a post-Brexit transition phase ends and the UK and Europe will need a trade deal to govern ties or face economic chaos

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World leaders, former US presidents welcome transfer of power to Joe Biden

Political leaders across the globe are looking forward to the historic transfer of power in the United States -- where Democrat Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th US president after four turbul

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After Boris Johnson whines about his low salary, here is how much world leaders earn

After reports claimed that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is mulling resignation after six months due to his "low salary", here is how much other world leaders earn on an annual basis:

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With Macron as the latest addition, here's full list of world leaders who contracted Covid-19

French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday became the latest head of the state who contracted Covid-19. 

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Chief characters in Britain's years-long Brexit saga

Britain and the European Union struck a post-Brexit trade deal Thursday that they hope will cushion the economic blow of the UK's imminent departure from the bloc after months of tortuous negotiati

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