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Brexit: Leaked document suggests UK plan to curb EU migration – BBC News

BBC News Brexit: Leaked document suggests UK plan to curb EU migrationBBC NewsProposals aimed at cutting the numbers of low-skilled migrants from Europe following Brexit have been disclosed in a leaked Home Office paper. The document, obtained by The Guardian, suggests free movement will end upon exit in March 2019 and the UK …Leaked document reveals […]

UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Sept 4 – Reuters

UK Stocks-Factors to watch on Sept 4ReutersThe UK blue chip index closed ended up 0.1 percent, backed by buoyant mining stocks, were up for their first September trades on Friday after outperforming their European peers with a second consecutive monthly rise in August. * For more on the factors …and more » Source: UK

Brexit talks: Chance for Wales and UK to 'reset relationship' – BBC News

BBC News Brexit talks: Chance for Wales and UK to 'reset relationship'BBC NewsA meeting to discuss Brexit is a chance to "reset the relationship" with the UK government, the Welsh Government has said. On Monday, Damian Green, the prime minister's deputy, will meet First Minister Carwyn Jones to discuss issues surrounding leaving …and more » Source: UK

Why Drugs Cost Less in the UK Than in the US: QuickTake Q&A – Bloomberg

Bloomberg Why Drugs Cost Less in the UK Than in the US: QuickTake Q&ABloombergDrug prices in the U.K., already among the lowest in the developed world, may drop lower still. The British public-health system has adopted new limits on how much it spends on certain medicines, prompting pharmaceutical companies to sue in a bid to […]

Coastal communities among worst off in UK, report finds – BBC News

BBC News Coastal communities among worst off in UK, report findsBBC NewsThe UK's coastal communities are among the country's worst off for earnings, employment, health and education, a report for the BBC has found. The Social Market Foundation said the economic gap between coastal and non-coastal places has grown.Deprivation rises in UK's 'overlooked' coastal communities […]

Japan remains committed to UK after Brexit, Abe tells May – The Guardian

The Guardian Japan remains committed to UK after Brexit, Abe tells MayThe GuardianThe Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, has promised Theresa May his country will remain committed to the UK after Brexit, but said businesses need “transparency and predictability” during the process of leaving the EU. A similar warning was delivered …Revealed: How Brexit will […]

UK weather: Rain, thunder and plunging temperatures as summer draws to a close – Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk UK weather: Rain, thunder and plunging temperatures as summer draws to a closeTelegraph.co.ukHeavy rain and thunder is on the way for parts of Britain today with some places expected to see temperatures plunge by 10C. Central and northern parts of England will be most affected by the downpours, while forecasters said yesterday that 20mm […]

Diana's Legacy: A Reshaped Monarchy, a More Emotional UK – New York Times

New York Times Diana's Legacy: A Reshaped Monarchy, a More Emotional UKNew York TimesA portrait of Diana, Princess of Wales, in central London in early September 1997, days after her death. For a few weeks, it seemed that the monarchy, the most enduring of British institutions, might implode. Credit Kevin Lamarque/Reuters. After the …Death of […]

British-born man who has lived in UK all his life ordered to leave country in Home Office blunder – Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk British-born man who has lived in UK all his life ordered to leave country in Home Office blunderTelegraph.co.ukShane Ridge, 21, received a letter from the Home Office's immigration and enforcement department telling him that he had "no lawful basis" to be in the UK according to their records. Mr Ridge, said to be a […]

Slowdown in consumer credit growth spells trouble for UK economy – The Guardian

The Guardian Slowdown in consumer credit growth spells trouble for UK economyThe GuardianIt is too early to tell whether the slowdown in UK consumer credit growth in July was the result of waning confidence among the nation's shoppers or the restraints placed on banks by the regulator. Either way it spells trouble for an economy […]