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EU gives cool reception to British offer on citizens rights


The European Union's top Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier responded coolly on Monday to London's offer on EU citizen rights in Britain after it leaves the EU, saying Brussels wanted to get the same level of rights as under EU law.

6 hurt as car hits people in UK's Newcastle, not terrorism-related


At least six people were injured on Sunday after a car mounted a pavement outside a sports center in the northern English city of Newcastle, but the incident is not believed to be terrorism-related, police said on Sunday.

800 Camden homes evacuated after Grenfell fire


Camden Council have begun evacuating 800 households from five tower blocks amid fire safety concerns.

None of royals wants to be king or queen, says Prince Harry


Queen Elizabeth's bachelor grandson Prince Harry caused a stir Thursday by saying no members of the British royal family want to be the king or queen.

Over 400 migrants rescued at sea in Spain in past week


Over 400 migrants have been rescued at sea off the coast of southern Spain in the past week, rescue services said Thursday.

Brexit: EU citizens offered 'UK settled status' by PM May


EU citizens legally resident in the UK should have the same rights as British citizens after Brexit, the UK prime minister has told EU leaders.

May announces new counter-extremism commission


The British Parliament is back to business as Queen Elizabeth II opened a new legislative session and laid out an agenda for the nation’s future.

'Day of Rage' protests hit London during queen's speech


Far-left protest organizers are being accused of exploiting the Grenfell Tower catastrophe for political purposes, calling for a government shut down and Prime Minister Theresa May's resignation. Organizers of the protest included a man convicted in the assault of then-Conservative Party Chairman Brian Mawhinney in 1995.

Queen Elizabeth outlines new gov't bills to pave way for Brexit


Queen Elizabeth outlined a two-year government program of laws and measures at the state opening of the British Parliament Wednesday.

Brazilian police accuse Temer of receiving bribes


Brazil's federal police Tuesday said there was solid evidence embattled President Michel Temer received bribes, a legal development that could see him suspended from office.