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  • Labour to Weigh Second Brexit Referendum if U.K.-EU Talks Collapse

    The U.K.’s main opposition Labour Party opened the door on Tuesday to a second referendum that could reverse Brexit if talks with the European Union collapse.

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  • U.K.’s Theresa May Says Brexit Negotiations Have Reached ‘an Impasse’

    British Prime Minister Theresa May warned that Brexit talks had hit a deadlock and called on European leaders to present new proposals as negotiations between the two sides turn increasingly acrimonious.

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  • U.K. Charges Two Russians With Attempted Murder of Spy, Daughter

    Britain charged two believed Russian military intelligence officers with the attempted murder of a former spy, an incident that prompted the largest-ever collective expulsion of Russian diplomats from the West.

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  • On Britain’s Farms, a Shortage of EU Workers Squeezes Harvests

    The prospect of tightening immigration rules once Britain leaves the European Union, along with a weakening pound, has deterred the Eastern European laborers that British farms had relied on in recent years.

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  • Britain Ramps Up Preparations for No-Deal Brexit

    The U.K. government’s move is aimed at underscoring to Brussels that it is serious about walking away from breakup talks if it doesn’t get a satisfactory deal.

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  • Britain Withdraws Cooperation With U.S. Over Islamic State Fighters

    Britain has halted cooperation with the U.S. in the case of two British Islamic State fighters after concerns that they could face the death penalty provoked a backlash.

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  • Giving Intelligence on Islamic State to U.S., U.K. Stirs Death Penalty Debate

    A U.K. decision to share intelligence with the U.S. about two Islamic State fighters without assurance that they won’t face the death penalty if prosecuted has stirred criticism and highlighted challenges that Europeans fighting for terror groups in the Middle East pose for their home countries.

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  • Theresa May Says Trump Advised Her to Sue the EU

    U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May revealed the secret advice she received from President Donald Trump on how to handle Brexit talks: He suggested the U.K. sue the European Union.

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  • Trump Affirms Support for May, U.K. Trade Deal Following Tensions Over Brexit

    President Trump expressed his support for a trade pact with the U.K., seeking to walk back earlier comments in which he said Theresa May’s Brexit plan would “kill” the chances of such a deal.

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  • After a Week of Turmoil, British Government Publishes Its Plan for Brexit

    The U.K. published in detail its long-awaited plan for its future economic relationship with the EU, including proposals that have disappointed the financial-services industry.

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  • May’s Brexit Plan Comes Just in Time for Supply Chains

    A proposal from Theresa May to keep the U.K. closely tied to EU product regulations and customs arrangements follows warnings from businesses about what they see as the risks to their carefully calibrated “just-in-time” supply chains.

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  • Resignations Over May’s Brexit Plan Throw U.K. Government Into Turmoil

    The resignations of Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Brexit Secretary David Davis plunged Theresa May into a political crisis and increased the chances of a challenge to her party leadership.

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  • U.K. Opens Murder Probe After Woman Exposed to Nerve Agent Dies

    British police said they opened a murder investigation Sunday into the death of a woman who had been poisoned by the Novichok nerve agent.

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  • U.K. Calls on Russia for Information After New Nerve-Agent Poisoning

    Britain urged Russia to provide fresh details about the poisoning of a former double agent and his daughter in March after two U.K. nationals were sickened by the same Soviet-era nerve agent nearby last weekend.

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  • U.K. Knew U.S. Mistreated 9/11 Suspects, Parliamentary Report Says

    British spies were aware that the U.S. mistreated suspected militants after the Sept. 11 attacks and were complicit in “inexcusable” interrogation and detention methods, an influential parliamentary committee said in a report.

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  • U.K. to Relax Immigration Rules to Aid Struggling National Health Service

    The U.K. plans to relax immigration rules for doctors and nurses, an effort to address a staffing crunch in the state-run National Health Service that has worsened since voters chose to leave the European Union.

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  • U.K. Proposals for Irish Border Would Keep Britain in EU Customs Union After Brexit

    The U.K. government published long-awaited proposals to solve the problem of the Irish border after Brexit, although officials in Dublin and Brussels signaled they still don’t go far enough to address their concerns.

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  • Emotional Tributes Open First Phase of Inquiry Into London’s Grenfell Fire

    Britain began the first phase of its public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower blaze with emotional memorials to some of the 72 people killed nearly a year ago.

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  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding Gives British Pageantry a Modern Glow

    A grandson of Queen Elizabeth II on Saturday married an American actress, in a wedding that brought modern, African-American influences to a centuries-old royal rite.

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  • Poisoned Ex-Russian Spy Is Discharged From U.K. Hospital

    The former Russian spy who was poisoned in the U.K. more than two months ago has been released from the hospital, officials said, after a nerve-agent attack that has inflamed tensions with Russia.

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  • Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Royal Wedding Isn’t Just a Modern Love Story. It Marks a More Modern Monarchy

    When Prince Harry marries American actress Meghan Markle in a pomp-filled ceremony, it will mark a giant step in the modernization of the British monarchy.

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  • U.K. Must Strengthen Intelligence Sharing With Europe Before Brexit

    The U.K. must strengthen intelligence-sharing with other European countries even after it leaves the European Union, said the head of Britain’s domestic intelligence agency, citing the continued threat of Islamic terror plots.

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  • U.K. Conservatives Hold Ground in Local Elections

    U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party largely held its ground in local elections, suggesting a continuing stalemate between her minority government and an opposition unable to capitalize on its travails.

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  • U.K.’s May Replaces Top Cabinet Member Over Immigration Scandal

    Prime Minister Theresa May appointed a second-generation Briton to lead the department responsible for immigration and security, as she tried to contain swelling criticism over the U.K.’s mistreatment of a group of long-term residents from British colonies.

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  • U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd Resigns

    U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd resigned Sunday following criticism over her handling of an immigration scandal.

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