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The film about Harold Wilson is the first feature film shot in the House of Commons
31 October 2022
A film about Harold Wilson A film about United Kingdom Prime Minister Harold Wilson, who led the government from 1964-1970 and 1974-1976, will be the first film to be shot in the House of Commons, the lower house of the British Parliament. It was re
Royal Navy unveils new £2bn nuclear submarine plan to deter ‘extreme threats’ like Putin
10 May 2022
The UK's nuclear deterrent against the likes of Vladimir Putin's Russia is to be boosted by an additional £2billion investment in the high-tech Dreadnought submarine programme. Defence Procurement Minister Jeremy Quin said: “The Dreadnou
Ukraine war: UK sends £300m more in military aid as PM set to praise country's 'finest hour'
3 May 2022
Boris Johnson will address the Ukrainian parliament on Tuesday, becoming the first world leader to do so since the outbreak of war in February. In a recorded address, the prime minister will praise Ukraine's resistance against tyranny and announce a
The UK military may be drafted to limit riots at strikes
4 December 2022
Chaos over strikes The UK government is developing plans to minimise the impact of possible major strikes and is discussing the possibility of involving military personnel in the role of striking public sector workers who are demanding a pay rise am
UK's highest-flying Isa fund is now the worst 'Falling to Earth'
3 December 2022
Global stock markets Two of the UK's most popular funds were hammered, notably the technology-focused Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust. Seraphim Space Investment Trust was launched with great pomp last summer as a UK fund focused on space technol
Ministers call on RMT union to stop rail strikes over New Year holidays
2 December 2022
Business suffers because of strikes Pre-Christmas strikes by railway workers will cost the UK hospitality industry £1.5 billion, comparable to last year's business losses due to the coronavirus pandemic, The
Boris Johnson will run again in the next general election
1 December 2022
Boris Johnson is staying on Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who remained a member of the House of Commons after leaving office, has decided not to quit politics and to stand again in the next parliamentary elections, The Daily Telegraph
HSBC announces closure more than one in four of its UK branches
30 November 2022
Some bank branches are closing HSBC Bank will close a quarter of its UK branches. According to a statement issued by the financial group on Wednesday, from April next year the number of branches will be reduced by 114, while 327
The census showed that for the first time the proportion of Christians in England and Wales was less than half
29 November 2022
Christianity in England Christians in England and Wales, home to 89% of the United Kingdom's total population, make up less than half of all residents 27.6 million (or 46.2%) for the first time since statistics were com
Rolls-Royce has successfully tested a hydrogen-powered aircraft engine
28 November 2022
Aircraft engine test Rolls-Royce has successfully tested the first aircraft engine to use hydrogen as fuel. This was reported on Monday by the BBC Broadcasting Corporation. It is noted that during the tests at the mili
Teachers in the UK forced into second jobs amid crisis
27 November 2022
How the crisis is affecting teachers One in ten teachers in British schools has to take a second or even a third job to feed his family amid the economic crisis in the country. This was reported on Sunday by the weekly newspaper The Observer, citing
Workers launch strike on Black Friday
26 November 2022
Strikes sweep the country The cost-of-living crisis in the UK is taking the shine off Black Friday. Some 235,000 workers went on strike across the country this week demanding higher pay and better working
UK blocked Benjamin West's painting from leaving the country
25 November 2022
Export banned The UK Ministry of Culture has temporarily banned the overseas export of a painting by Anglo-American artist Benjamin West, Cricketers, due to its "cultural value". This was reported by The Daily Telegraph on Friday. The dec
Electricity prices are expected to increase from 2023
24 November 2022
Price hikes British regulator Ofgem announced on Thursday it would raise the electricity price cap from January, bringing the average price per kWh to 67p, up from 34p on October 1. The en
Shoppers warned that Black Friday is the perfect environment for scammers
21 November 2022
Beware! Scammers! With Black Friday just around the corner, a money-saving expert has warned shoppers that there will be a number of 'scammers' making the most of the event. Although average spending is down 15 per cent on last year, from £2
Greene King offers free pints for players with one of the 50 surnames in the World Cup 'offer'
20 November 2022
Free drinks in the World Football Cup Greene King, the British brewing company, is offering free drinks to pub-goers who share a surname with any of the 50 members of the England and Wales World Cup teams. Any prospective customer hoping to take ad
The India-UK free trade agreement is progressing well
19 November 2022
Trade between the two countries Negotiations on the India-UK Free Trade Agreement (FTA) are "progressing well" and an agreement that works for both sides is more important than its signing date, UK Trade Policy Minister Greg
British civil servants will go on strike in December
18 November 2022
Strikes in December British civil servants, including border guards, will go on strike in December as part of a fight for higher wages and better working conditions. It is said in a statement from the Public and Co
Many Britons support financial aid to poor countries because of the climate
17 November 2022
Aid for poor countries A majority of British residents believe the country is responsible for climate change and should provide financial assistance to developing nations in response to climate change. The results of a poll published on Thursday by
Vodafone announces that communication prices may rise in 2023
15 November 2022
Telecoms price hike British telecoms company Vodafone has announced plans to raise prices for its services to cope with rising electricity prices and high inflation. The announcement was made on Tuesday by Nick Read, managing director of one of the


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