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13 Sep
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Monday set out her plans for a new referendum on Scottish independence, arguing Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic had put Scotland on a different course from the rest of the United Kingdom.
11 Sep
On paper, Norway's election on Monday looks like it could cool Oslo's relationship with the European Union but analysts say that appearances may be deceiving.
11 Sep
French maritime officials rescued 126 migrants attempting to cross the Channel to Britain as tensions escalated over record arrivals
7 Sep
Britain must cut taxes on banks and make it easier to hire foreign finance staff to prevent London's Brexit-battered City financial district from losing its global hub status, the sector's lobby group pleaded Tuesday.
29 Jun
Britain must relax post-Brexit immigration rules to help tackle staff shortages and secure recovery from the pandemic, the country's main business lobby said Tuesday.
23 Jun
Some British people living in the European Union are having difficulties accessing benefits, services and jobs, Home Secretary Priti Patel complained Wednesday on the fifth anniversary of the historic Brexit vote.
10 Jun
Europe's bitter dispute with Britain over post-Brexit trade rules for Northern Ireland will haunt Prime Minister Boris Johnson's G7 summit this weekend.
20 May
The leader of Northern Ireland's pro-UK Ulster Unionist Party on Thursday rejected the prospect of renewed violence, as tempers fray over special post-Brexit trading rules.
6 May
If words were to be sufficient to liberate a people, if rhetorics were to be adequate to salvage a nation’s situational impasse as Nigeria appear to be entangled in presently, then there would not have been the need for dictionary entries of such words as pragmatism...
16 Apr
UK banks and insurers have shifted more than £1.0 trillion to the European Union in response to Brexit, a study published Friday found.
8 Apr
The British and Irish governments on Thursday condemned a fresh spasm of violence in Northern Ireland involving petrol bombs, as the region's lawmakers headed into emergency talks.
12 Mar
Britain's economy hit reverse in January on renewed coronavirus curbs while the nation's post-Brexit EU goods exports suffered a record collapse, official data showed Friday.

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Three persons have been reportedly trapped while one has been confirmed dead in a fresh building collapse on Monday night in Ikorodu area of Lagos State. Two other persons were rescued from the collapsed two-storey building by residents of the area. Confirming the incident on Tuesday,, the South West Coordinator of the National Emergency Management…
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Comedian and magician Phil Butler has died at the age of 51. His cause of death remains unknown as it has not yet been announced. Phil’s agents Chris Davis Management issued a statement following his sad passing. Sharing a statement on Twitter, they confirmed: It is with huge sadness we have to announce the passing…
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Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson has opened up on her weight loss noting that she understands why people are obsessed.  The actress says her 60-lb. weight loss is not only about size but "about loving yourself and loving the journey that you're on." She noted that she is getting more attention now that she has…
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Forty-eight emerging leaders from around the world, including Nigeria, Togo and Sierra Leone, join the inaugural 24 fellows to build a network of 72 active fellows working to tackle global drivers of inequality. LAGOS, Nigeria, 19 October 2021 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- New York – October 19, 2021 – The Ford Foundation has today announced its 2021 Ford…
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Attackers rely on small-sized patterns to avoid detection, as predicted by Nexusguard researchers SINGAPORE, October 19, 2021 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- Small bit-and-piece DDoS attacks (distributed denial of service) boomed by 233% in the first half of 2021, revealed Nexusguard researchers in the Threat Report FHY 2021. As the pandemic carried on into 2021, hackers experimented with new attack…