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Britain Votes To Leave EU, Unleashing Global Turmoil

Britain has voted to leave the European Union, results from Thursday's landmark referendum showed, a stunning repudiation of the nation's elites that deals the biggest blow to the European project of greater unity since World War Two.

24 Jun 2016,

Brexit or No, Europe's "Realists" to Contain "Utopians"

Whether Britain stays or leaves the European Union after Thursday's referendum, EU leaders are preparing for a clash over how to respond to popular disillusion with the bloc.

23 Jun 2016,

Britain Mourns Murdered Lawmaker; EU Referendum In Limbo

Britain mourned lawmaker Jo Cox on Friday after a man wielding a gun and knife killed the 41-year-old mother-of-two in a brazen street attack that has thrown the June 23 referendum on European Union membership into limbo.

17 Jun 2016,

Chagos: Les Anglais Donnent La Réplique A SAJ

La réaction des Britanniques ne s’est pas fait attendre. Après la virulente sortie de sir Anerood Jugnauth contre eux alors qu’il répondait à la Private Notice Question axée sur les Chagos et Tromelin, la British High Commission a tenu à mettre les points sur les i.

19 May 2016,

Chagos: le Premier Ministre S’en Prend Aux Anglais

«L’archipel des Chagos, y compris Diego Garcia, et Tromelin font partie du territoire de Maurice. Mon gouvernement fait tout pour que le pays puisse exercer sa souveraineté.» C’est ce que le Premier ministre, sir Anerood Jugnauth, a déclaré au Parlement, le mardi 17 mai.

18 May 2016,

Queen Says Chinese Officials Were 'Very Rude' During Xi Jinping's UK Trip

So much for the "golden era" of UK-China relations. The Queen has been caught on camera saying Chinese officials were "very rude" during President Xi Jinping's first state visit to the United Kingdom last year.

11 May 2016,

90 Facts About Queen Elizabeth II As She Turns 90

Queen Elizabeth II, the longest-reigning British monarch, turns 90 Thursday. In celebration of her birthday, here are 90 facts about her life:

21 Apr 2016,

Drone Strikes British Airways Fight on Approach to Heathrow Airport

A British Airways flight carrying 132 passengers was hit by a drone as it approached London's Heathrow Airport Sunday afternoon.

18 Apr 2016,

David Cameron's Father Sought Legal Advice On Best Tax Havens

David Cameron’s father took detailed legal advice about the pros and cons of different tax havens before the fund he had helped set up was transferred to Ireland, the Guardian can reveal.

07 Apr 2016,

UK, Didcot Power Station: Four Feared Dead and Five Injured After Building Collapse

Four people are feared dead after a building collapse at Didcot Power Station. Emergency services declared a “major incident” with one person dead, three missing and five in hospital following the collapse.

24 Feb 2016,

HSBC Decides The Grass is Still Greener in London

HSBC, one of the world’s biggest banks, has decided to keep its headquarters in the U.K. after all.

15 Feb 2016,

Man Dies After Setting Himself on Fire Outside Kensington Palace

The royal family was not at the palace when the incident occurred

10 Feb 2016,

Britain Receives Proposals for ‘Better Deal’ to Stay in the E.U.

The European Union offered a proposal on Tuesday intended to keep Britain as a member of the bloc, setting out compromises on hot-button issues like immigration and setting up a referendum as early as this summer on whether the country wants to retain close ties to the Continent or go its own way.

03 Feb 2016,

Russia's Putin 'Probably' Approved London Murder of ex-KGB Agent Litvinenko: UK Inquiry

President Vladimir Putin probably approved a 2006 Russian intelligence operation to murder ex-KGB agent Alexander Litvinenko with radioactive polonium-210 in London, a British inquiry concluded on Thursday, prompting a row with Moscow.

21 Jan 2016,

British, U.S. Embassies Warn of Threats Against Westerners in Beijing

The British, U.S. and French embassies in China say they have received information of possible threats against Westerners visiting a popular shopping district in Beijing around Christmas.

24 Dec 2015,

China and UK: Signs of a New 'Special Relationship?'

Does the UK have a new "special relationship?"

19 Oct 2015,

The UK Government is Refusing to Give Julian Assange Safe Passage to Go to Hospital

The UK government may have stopped its 24/7 surveillance of the Ecuadorian embassy where Julian Assange is seeking refuge, but it is still determined to arrest him the moment he sets foot outside.

15 Oct 2015,

Navin Ramgoolam Under Investigation by UK Anti-Corruption Unit

UK anti-corruption investigators targeting high-profile world figures have been asked to investigate the finances of a former Mauritian Prime Minister after £4m in cash was discovered at his home.

06 Oct 2015,

Blanchiment d’Argent Allégué: les Autorités Britanniques Ciblent Ramgoolam

Après des démêlés avec la justice mauricienne, cette fois l’ex-Premier ministre Navin Ramgoolam pourrait bien être inquiété par les autorités britanniques. Il est soupçonné d’avoir blanchi près de Rs 500 millions durant plusieurs années à travers ses différentes cartes de crédit.

17 Sep 2015,

1 in 50 Syrian Refugees in Europe Could be an ISIS Jihadist, Minister Warns David Cameron

One in 50 Syrian refugees entering Europe could be “radicals”, a Lebanese government minister has warned.

15 Sep 2015,