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Members of The Association of Jewish Refugees (AJR) and their descendants were welcomed at Mansion House, over eight decades after the Kindertransport mission brought young victims of

 

A "chemical incident" at a west London block of flats has resulted in 10 people being hospitalized, according to the London Ambulance Service (LAS).

 

Labour's manifesto pledge to reduce the voting age from 18 to 16 for UK general elections was not included in the King's Speech. However, Commons leader

 

On Wednesday, King Charles III will unveil Labour's first governmental programme in fifteen years as the UK parliament officially reopens following the July 4 election.

 

The pound reached its highest levels in nearly two years against the euro and around one year against the dollar on Wednesday, following stronger-than-expected UK services inflation data for

 

The GMB union has narrowly lost its bid for union recognition at the Amazon warehouse in Coventry.

 

British house prices rose for the third consecutive month in May, with an annual increase of 2.2% following a 1.3% rise in April, according to data released by the

 

On Tuesday, Britain’s new trade minister expressed optimism about the potential removal of some trade barriers with the European Union, though he acknowledged that the mechanism for

The Environment Agency (EA) is stepping up its efforts to support farmers who might face slurry storage challenges during the upcoming winter season.

 

Deputy Prime Minister Angela Rayner has pledged to decentralize power from Westminster to local areas, unveiling a new initiative termed the 'devolution revolution'.