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British Prime Minister David Cameron has unveiled proposed legislation of transferring new powers over tax and spending to Scotland on Thursday, delivering on the pre-referendum pledge made to Scots.
The proposed legislation would enable the Scottish
Former U.K. Home Secretary Leon Brittan has died last night at his home in London an age of 75 following a long battle with cancer.
A statement released from Lord Brittan’s family said: “As a family, we should like to pay tribute to him as a beloved husband to Diana and brother to Samuel, and a
According to recent reports, the chair of Chilcot inquiry has confirmed that the publication of long-awaited inquiry report into the Iraq war will not be published until after the May general election.
The inquiry had started the work in 2009 and held its last public hearing in 2011.
According to reports by the Times, U.K. tabloid The Sun has dropped the page three topless feature to bring an end to 44-year-old tradition after the paper did not publish any picture of a bare-chested model on page three since Friday.
Britain’s best-selling tabloid has been criticised by many
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron has defended a government’s controversial letter on Monday, sent to British Imams urging the leaders of England’s Mosques to help counter Islamist extremism in Britain.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has been highly criticised after asking Muslim leaders for
A lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth group in Manchester has drawn up controversial plans to set up Britain’s first specialist state school for “socially awkward” students within next three years.
The tax-payer funded group intends to create a school to cater for children aged 13
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron and U.S. President Barack Obama have announced the collaborative measures to prevent cyber-crimes during a joint meeting in Washington on Friday.
The proposed deal for British and American intelligence and security agencies would prepare them towards a wider move
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