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UK vows simple registration for EU citizens after Brexit

UK vows simple registration for EU citizens after Brexit

European Union citizens living in Britain can begin registering from this autumn for a post-Brexit settlement scheme, ministers said Thursday as they vowed to make the process as simple as possible.

India says fugitive celebrity jeweller last seen in Britain

India says fugitive celebrity jeweller last seen in Britain

Fugitive billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi was last seen in Britain in March, Indian federal investigators said Monday.

Meghan's father sorry to have missed wedding

Meghan's father sorry to have missed wedding

Drama over whether Thomas Markle would attend threatened to overshadow Harry and Meghan's wedding.

Blaze rips through one of world's best art schools in Glasgow

Blaze rips through one of world's best art schools in Glasgow

Fire ripped through one of the world's top art schools in the Scottish city of Glasgow early Saturday, as the historic building was undergoing major restoration work following another blaze four years ago.

Brexit law faces crucial UK parliament vote

Brexit law faces crucial UK parliament vote

British Prime Minister Theresa May faces a knife-edge vote in parliament Tuesday on her centrepiece Brexit legislation, despite her last-minute warning that defeat risks undermining her negotiations with Brussels.

UK's Prince William to meet Netanyahu, Abbas on landmark Middle East trip

UK's Prince William to meet Netanyahu, Abbas on landmark Middle East trip

Britain's Prince William will meet Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas when he makes a landmark trip to the region later this month, his office said on Monday.

Indian jeweller linked to $1.8 billion bank scam seeks asylum in Britain

Indian jeweller linked to $1.8 billion bank scam seeks asylum in Britain

Indian billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi, wanted over an alleged massive bank fraud, has fled to Britain where he is seeking asylum, according to a report Monday.

British women join living artwork to mark 100 years since vote

British women join living artwork to mark 100 years since vote

Thousands of women wearing the colours of the Suffragettes marched through British cities on Sunday.

UK mourns on anniversary of London Bridge attack

UK mourns on anniversary of London Bridge attack

Flowers were laid, candles lit and a religious service held at Southwark Cathedral -- the spot where three men in a van crashed after careening into crowds, before launching a stabbing spree at nearby Borough Market.

Ireland gives Britain two weeks to produce Brexit border proposals

Ireland gives Britain two weeks to produce Brexit border proposals

Britain must submit written proposals on how it plans to keep a frictionless border on the island of Ireland after Brexit in the next two weeks or face an uncertain summer of talks, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney was quoted as saying on Saturday.

Meghan Markle named among top influential women

Meghan Markle named among top influential women

UK Vogue highlighted influential women working in sectors such as arts and entertainment, science, politics, media and law.

Westminster Abbey unveils gallery in area closed for 700 years

Westminster Abbey unveils gallery in area closed for 700 years

A space on top of London's Westminster Abbey that was once used for storage has been turned into a new gallery with a spectacular view on the nave that opens to the public on June 11.