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Politics2 months ago
400 imams slam new definition of 'extremism' targeting UK Muslims
More than 400 imams and religious scholars have denounced the recent definition of extremism proposed by the British government, which singles out various Muslim organizations.
400 imams slam new definition of 'extremism' targeting UK Muslims
Viewpoint11 months ago
Anti-BDS bill represents a direct assault on local democracy in Britain
If the anti-BDS bill makes it onto the statute book, it will prevent public bodies across the UK from adopting their own approach to international relations, which represents an assault on local democracy, writes former British MP Chris Williamson
Anti-BDS bill represents a direct assault on local democracy in Britain
IN-DEPTH11 months ago
UK anti BDS bill tabled at Westminster
The British government has sent a controversial anti BDS bill for parliamentary approval, resulting in protests against what is seen by many in civil society as an attack on freedom of speech.
UK anti BDS bill tabled at Westminster
Foreign Policy2 years ago
‘False hope’: Refugee charity blasts UK’s ‘Homes for Ukraine’ scheme
A UK-based humanitarian group castigates the British government for being unsupportive of Ukrainian refugees, almost a fortnight after a government scheme was launched to help them.
‘False hope’: Refugee charity blasts UK’s ‘Homes for Ukraine’ scheme
Saudi Arabia2 years ago
Johnson to visit Riyadh for cheap oil after Saudi executions
British prime minister Boris Johnson is set to embark on a visit to Saudi Arabia this week to lobby for action to keep oil prices in check amid a growing crisis in the global energy market.
Johnson to visit Riyadh for cheap oil after Saudi executions
Politics2 years ago
UK’s Johnson refuses to resign after 'partygate' report raps ‘failures of leadership’
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson turns down calls for resignation even after report on rule-breaking lockdown parties blasts “failures of leadership and judgment” at 10 Downing Street.
UK’s Johnson refuses to resign after 'partygate' report raps ‘failures of leadership’
Society2 years ago
Overwhelmed by COVID-19, UK gov't turns to private companies 
The National Health Service is seeking help from private health companies in the UK to deliver treatments such as cancer surgery, as the Omicron variant of COVID-19 keeps surging amid healthcare staff shortage.
Overwhelmed by COVID-19, UK gov't turns to private companies 
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