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UK House Prices Fall For First Time Since 2012: Nationwide

In monthly terms, prices fell by 1.4%, not as steep as May's 1.7% fall, which was the biggest drop in more than 11 years.

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UK joins global drive to fight against Covid-19

UK joins global drive to fight against Covid-19

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Britain Fines Commerzbank $47 Million For Poor Controls

Commerzbank London was aware of these weaknesses and failed to take reasonable and effective steps to fix them despite the FCA raising specific concerns about them in 2012, 2015 and 2017

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With Its Actions In Hong Kong, China Has Let Known Its Scant Respect For Rule Of Law

The Sino-British joint declaration on the question of Hong Kong was signed in Beijing on December 19, 1984, by the Prime Ministers of China and Britain, Zhao Ziyang and Margaret Thatcher.

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Lloyds Bank Fined $81 Million For Overcharging Mortgage Customers

Lloyds and its Bank of Scotland and The Mortgage Business units are set to pay around 300 million pounds in redress to 526,000 customers

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Britain's Embattled Aviation Industry Demands Alternative To Quarantine

The industry body has already asked for Britain's job retention scheme to be extended beyond June, and requested a temporary suspension of some taxes airlines pay

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Britain's ITV Under Fire Over Presenter's 5G-Coronavirus Comments

"The idea that COVID-19 is caused by 5G mobile phone signals is complete rubbish," said Simon Clarke, an expert in cellular microbiology at the University of Reading.

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Britain's ITV Under Fire Over Presenter's 5G-Coronavirus Comments

British broadcasters such as ITV, the BBC and Comcasts's Sky are regulated by Ofcom in order to guarantee that they meet certain standards.

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Britain's Tesco To Price Match Aldi Products

The UK industry leader still has a 27.2% share of the market, but it has been chipped away by Aldi and rival discounter Lidl.

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Car Industry Seeks Support, Free-Trade Brexit Deal, As Output Falls

British factories produced 118,314 cars last month, down an annual 2.1%, as an increase in exports failed to outweigh a 23.9% fall in domestic demand, according to data from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).

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Britain's Finance Minister Says Budget Will Be Delivered On March 11

Sajid Javid unexpectedly resigned in last week's cabinet reshuffle, raising questions about whether the budget would be delivered on schedule.

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UK Economy Flatlines In Fourth-Quarter, Household Spending Growth Weakest In Four Years

In annual terms, growth was 1.1%, a level last seen at the start of 2018. The last time growth was weaker for a calendar quarter was in mid-2012.

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Britain 'Reasonably Confident' Of U.S. Trade Deal Despite Huawei Concern

Britain said it would cap at 35% the involvement of "high-risk vendors", such as Huawei, in the non-sensitive parts of its 5G mobile network.

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Britain To Bring Forward Ban On New Petrol And Diesel Cars

France plans to ban the sale of fossil fuel-powered cars by 2040 whilst Norway's parliament has set a non-binding goal that by 2025 all cars should be zero emissions.

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Airbus Agrees To Settle Corruption Probes With France, Britain, US

Airbus has been investigated by French and British authorities on suspected corruption over a decade.

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