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Did UK Really Fail To Afford A No Deal Brexit?

Irish deputy Prime Minister Simon Coveney today raised the prospect of Brexit being delayed as he insisted that Britain ‘can’t afford’ to crash out of the EU. Mr Coveney dismissed UK planning for no deal as ‘bravado’ – suggesting that…

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More People In 30s, 40s With Children Leaving London

More people are lately leaving London to find a new life in other places of United Kingdom. A data reveals during the year to June 2017 at least 330,000 people migrated and the biggest exodus was Newham. In 2016 the…

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Wales Bans Smoking Outside Hospital, School Spaces

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Wales has banned smoking outside school and hospital premises and the restriction is to start from summer of next year to protect people from secondhand smoke as well as de-normalise smoking for young people and children. Most of the hospitals…

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UK Enjoying Worst Press Freedom In Western Europe: Report

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Reporters are more restricted in United Kingdom than other countries in western Europe, finds a new study in annual World Press Freedom Index. According to Reporters Without Borders the country is placed at 40th place3 in global ranking of 180…

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World Heritage Sites in United Kingdom

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What do the Giant’s Causeway, Stonehenge and the Ironbridge Gorge have in common? They were among the first seven UK landmarks to become World Heritage Sites, shortly after Britain ratified the World Heritage Convention in 1984. By 2008 another 20…

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British Government To Double Health Surcharge For Visitors Coming From Outside EU

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British government may soon double up the health surcharge paid to 400 pounds per year by long-term visitors and students from India and other countries outside of the European Union (EU). Introduced in April 2015 the health surcharge was earlier…

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UK Will Not Be Under ECJ Direct Jurisdiction Post-Brexit

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Post-Brexit the United Kingdom will not come under the direct jurisdiction of Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice (ECJ), reveals a government policy paper. However, critics still believe the word “direct” may mean ECJ might play a role even after the…

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Rights Of EU Citizens In Britain To Be Discussed First In Brexit: Merkel

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A good start for the Brexit talks would be in ensuring the rights of European Union citizens in the United Kingdom, said German Chancellor Angela Merkel. She also added there are lot of several other questions too in the Brexit…

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UK, EU Negotiators Opens Brexit Talks

The Brexit negotiation has just begun. The talks are scheduled for one week every month and if things goes well the final withdrawal of United Kingdom from European Union may take place in March 2019. Amid the seven hours of…

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Ireland Attracting Companies With Brexit Effect In EU

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The race of relocating has begun even before United Kingdom has been announced out of the European Union bloc. The flow of investments has taken exit route from Britain and couple of neighboring countries are now in the beneficial seat.…

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