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Iranian TV-channel forces to stop broadcasting from UK after regime threats

Independent TV network Iran International is suspending its operations in the UK because of threats against its London-based journalists. The Persian-language TV channel said that the decision was due to…

Sunak announced anti-strike laws: unions are furying

Rishi Sunak’s new anti-strike legislation to enforce “minimum service levels” in key public sectors including the NHS and schools has drawn a furious reaction from unions as the prime minister…

Most of UK`s foreign aid spent at home: and here’s why

The government is now spending more of the UK’s foreign aid budget at home than on direct help for poor countries overseas, development experts say. More than £4bn meant for…

Thousands of protesters called for UK to return the EU

Thousands of protesters have marched through central London calling for the UK to rejoin the EU. The national rejoin march on Saturday saw large crowds of people walk from Park…

UK prime minister resigns after just 44 days

The announcement, made by Truss outside Downing Street, follows the near-complete evaporation of her political authority which has seen her crash the markets, lose two key ministers and shed the…

Ex-PM Johnson sets up privet company

Former Prime Minister Boris Johnson has set up The Office Of Boris Johnson on Companies House, just a month after being ousted from Number Ten. Mr Johnson has established the…

UK is not asking people to use less energy, – climate minister

Britain is not asking people to use less energy, climate minister Graham Stuart said on Friday, despite a warning from the National Grid that homes and businesses could face three-hour…

Significant number of young people in UK are worried to be able to afford food this winter

A significant number of young people aged between 16 to 25 are worried they won’t be able to afford food this winter as the cost of living crisis spirals. A…

UK faces its largest rail strike in decades

Britain faces its largest rail strike in decades on Saturday as tens of thousands of workers across three trade unions walk out in disputes over pay and job security, shutting…

U.S. wants to persuade Liz Truss to abandon tax cuts

The Biden administration is alarmed over the market turmoil triggered by the new UK government’s economic program and is seeking ways to encourage Prime Minister Liz Truss’s team to dial…