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UK hopes to look at EU citizens rights early in Brexit negotiations: PM Theresa May

UK hopes to look at EU citizens rights early in Brexit negotiations: PM Theresa May

Britain hopes to tackle the issue of the future rights of European Union citizens in Britain and Britons living in the EU early on in talks on Brexit, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Wednesday. 

EU chief says don't use expats as Brexit bargaining chips

Eighty British MPs wrote to Tusk saying that Britons living in European Union countries must have their rights protected after Britain leaves the bloc following its June referendum vote.

UK cannot `have cake and eat it` on Brexit: Luxembourg PM

UK cannot `have cake and eat it` on Brexit: Luxembourg PM

Luxembourg Prime Minister also ruled out any transitional Brexit deal with the European Union to soften the impact of Britain`s departure.

Teenagers drink a bathtub of sugary drinks a year: Report

Teenagers drink a bathtub of sugary drinks a year: Report

British teenagers consume sugary drinks equivalent of nearly a bathtub on average in a year, Cancer Research UK reported.

Mouth cancer rates elevate in Britain by 68% in two decades

Mouth cancer rates elevate in Britain by 68% in two decades

Rates of mouth cancer have jumped by 68 per cent in Britain over the last two decades and the cancer is rising among women at a even higher rate than in men, shows a new report.

Britain's economic growth forecast revised down as Brexit effect takes hold

Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond on Wednesday revised down growth forecasts for the British economy for 2017 and 2018.

World No. 1 Andy Murray feels 'too young' for knighthood, Britain's highest honour

World No. 1 Andy Murray feels 'too young' for knighthood, Britain's highest honour

The World No. 1 is favourite to win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award for the third time.  

Britain lost $1.5 trillion in household wealth since Brexit vote: Study

Britain lost $1.5 trillion in household wealth since Brexit vote: Study

Britain lost $1.5 trillion (1.4 trillion euros) in household wealth in 2016, a blow caused by the pound’s free-fall after the Brexit vote, Switzerland’s second largest bank Credit Suisse said Tuesday. 

Mauritius threatens to take Chagos Islands row to UN court

Mauritius is threatening to take Britain to the international court of justice in a dispute over sovereignty of the Chagos Islands.

Eurozone chief rules out 'impossible' UK Brexit demands

Eurozone chief rules out 'impossible' UK Brexit demands

Eurogroup chief Jeroen Dijsselbloem has dismissed as "intellectually impossible" the notion that Britain could retain unfettered access to the European single market while also cutting down on EU immigration.

Britain has no Brexit plan, leaked memo claims

Britain has no Brexit plan, leaked memo claims

The government of Prime Minister Theresa May denied the claims and said it did not commission the report.

2016 warmest year in UK since 1850

2016 warmest year in UK since 1850

Data for 2016 showed a current value of 0.84 degrees Celsius above the average for the 30-year period between 1961 and 1990.

Even physicists avoid mathematics: Study

Physicists avoid highly mathematical work despite being trained in advanced mathematics, a new study suggests.

Britain's longest-serving Indian-origin lawmaker Vaz probed over alleged drug offences

Britain's longest-serving Indian-origin lawmaker Vaz probed over alleged drug offences

Vaz, 59, resigned as chair of parliament's influential home affairs select committee in September amid a sex scandal over allegations involving male prostitutes. 

India, Britain vow to fight terrorism

India, Britain vow to fight terrorism

India and Britain on Monday pledged to fight terrorism and bring to justice terror groups and those who encourage them even as the two countries agreed not to allow fugitives escape law in each other's territory.

UK PM May promises EU exit "in full" despite legal challenge

UK PM May promises EU exit "in full" despite legal challenge

British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Sunday she would deliver a full exit from the European Union, hitting back at critics of her Brexit strategy who have threatened to try to block the process in parliament.

India leading power in world and Britain's closest friend: Theresa May

India leading power in world and Britain's closest friend: Theresa May

India, a leading power in the world, with whom we share so much history, culture and so many values, PM Modi

British PM Theresa May urged to quell Brexit ruling backlash

British PM Theresa May urged to quell Brexit ruling backlash

Prime Minister Theresa May was urged Saturday to try to quell the furore sparked by a High Court ruling that she needs parliamentary approval before triggering Britain`s exit from the EU.

UK Parliament must have vote on starting Brexit: High Court

UK Parliament must have vote on starting Brexit: High Court

The High Court in London ruled on Thursday that parliament, not the government, must approve the start of Britain`s withdrawal from the European Union, in a landmark decision that could delay Brexit.

Britain’s Rolls Royce paid £10 mn to land defence contracts in India: Report

Britain’s Rolls Royce paid £10 mn to land defence contracts in India: Report

The arms dealer, who is on the Indian government’s blacklist of people suspected of “corrupt or irregular practice” is now settled in London.