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A cybercrime gang based in Russia, known as the Clop gang, has issued an ultimatum to the victims of a recent hack that targeted British Airways, the BBC, and Boots,


The United Kingdom has announced plans to remove surveillance equipment manufactured by Chinese companies from sensitive government sites as part of its efforts

The appointment of Lord Ian Austin by the UK government to lead an independent review into the Leicester riots of the previous year has faced strong opposition from


The Bank of England announced on Tuesday the completion of its corporate bond sale program, having sold nearly all of the 20 billion pounds ($24.8 billion) it had


The UK’s new Electronic Travel Authorisation scheme (ETA) will cost just £10, making travel to Britain cheaper and easier for visitors from the Gulf and Jordan.


Personalised navigation apps for disabled passengers and robots for freight at ports are among 67 transport technology projects being developed and tested through


The Environment Agency’s Fisheries Improvement Programme (FIP) has delivered £925,000 worth of benefits to anglers and has made improvements to vital habitats

The Environment Agency has completed a £50 million flood risk mitigation scheme to better protect more than 1,400 properties - including 950 homes - in the


A group of 11 British D-Day veterans were warmly welcomed as they returned to France to commemorate the 79th anniversary of the historic Normandy landings during World War II.


Halifax and Lloyds, two major high street banks, have announced the closure of 53 branches in 2023. This recent development adds to the growing number of closures in the banking industry,