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Oye! News from England
The U.K. economy has made a robust recovery after growing by 0.8% in the second quarter of 2014 and overtaking the pre-crisis peak.
According To the latest figures released by Office for National Statistics (ONS), Britain's economy is now bigger than it was before.
The figure revealed on
A recent report critical of the Metropolitan Police has found that a secret police unit have wrongly spied on families of 18 justice campaign groups including close relatives of the victims who were mistakenly killed during police action in the course of 35 years.
Those campaigns also include the
The Ministry of Defence has dismissed the Scotland’s suggestion that the Red Arrows would use only blue and white colours to tribute the hosts of Glasgow Commonwealth games 2014 and deviate from their famous three colours of red, white and blue at the opening ceremony.
It has been reported that the
MPs have warned on Wednesday over U.K.’s continuous export of tens of millions of pounds worth of arms and other dual-use military equipment including sniper rifles and bomb proof suits to Russia despite concerns Moscow is arming separatist rebels in Ukraine.
The Commons Committees on Arms Export
U.K. has announced to launch a public inquiry on Tuesday over the death of the Russian dissident spy Alexander Litvinenko to examine whether Russian state was involved in his murder.
Mr Litvinenko, a former KGB officer, died after being poisoned with radioactive polonium.
Home Secretary Theresa
A Kent male nurse with a cannibalism fetish has been found guilty of setting a meeting with a 14-year-old girl after sexually grooming her and promising to behead and eat her.
The NHS nurse, Dale Bolinger, 58, bought an axe from a DIY store in Broadstairs, Kent, just the day before he planned to
British parliamentary committee on Monday has ruled out any possibility of currency union between an independent Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom after referendum.
Chairman of the Scottish Affairs Committee Ian Davidson has rejected Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond’s plan at the
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