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  • Stomach Most Hated Body Part: Research

    Stomach Most Hated Body Part: Research

    Stomachs have been voted the most hated part of the body by the British, followed by love handles and bingo wings, according to new research by non-surgical treatment clinic, CosmeDocs.

  • British Teacher Banned over Ice Cube Punishment

    British Teacher Banned over Ice Cube Punishment

    A music teacher in the UK who punished students by making them put ice cubes in their underwear or under their arms has been banned from teaching.

  • Jaguar XE: The Most Fuel Efficient Jaguar Yet

    Jaguar XE: The Most Fuel Efficient Jaguar Yet

    Jaguar has been teasing the world with previews of the all-new XE for a couple of months now. The latest detail to come out of the JLR camp is the entry-level sedan's fuel efficiency statistics. The British luxury carmaker says the Jaguar XE will del...

  • David Cameron Vows to 'Put British First' in Battle For Vote

    David Cameron Vows to 'Put British First' in Battle For Vote

    Britain's prime minister announced new measures to cut immigration on Tuesday in a bid to lure voters from eurosceptic rivals 10 months from a general election.

  • Fist Bumps More Hygienic Than Handshakes: Scientists

    Fist Bumps More Hygienic Than Handshakes: Scientists

    Fist bumps are more hygienic than handshakes and drastically reduce the risk of spreading infectious diseases, researchers in Britain have found.

  • Russia Should Lose 2018 Soccer World Cup Over Ukraine, Says UK Deputy PM

    Russia Should Lose 2018 Soccer World Cup Over Ukraine, Says UK Deputy PM

    Britain's Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, the most senior British politician to call for such action, said Vladimir Putin's behaviour towards Ukraine was "beyond the pale" and had reached "a tipping point". FIFA, soccer's world governing body, has ...

  • Briton Kidnapped in Yemen has been Released - Foreign Office

    Briton Kidnapped in Yemen has been Released - Foreign Office

    A British teacher who was kidnapped in Yemen in February has been released safely, the Foreign Office said on Saturday.

  • China Denounces British Parliament's Inquiry into Hong Kong Affairs

    China Denounces British Parliament's Inquiry into Hong Kong Affairs

    China denounced the launch of a British parliamentary inquiry into the affairs of Hong Kong that has begun 30 years after the two countries agreed on the return of the financial hub to Beijing.

  • Jaguar Land Rover buys Largest Privately Owned collection of Classic British Cars

    Jaguar Land Rover buys Largest Privately Owned collection of Classic British Cars

    Car collectors are a rare breed, for they know what exactly will go down in history as legends but they're majorly all individuals and never have we seen a company purchase a collection outright. Not this time. Jaguar Land Rover has purchased the lar...

  • Rupert Murdoch Creates 'Sky Europe' Pay TV Giant

     Rupert Murdoch Creates 'Sky Europe' Pay TV Giant

    Rupert Murdoch's media empire 21st Century Fox has struck a mega deal with British satellite television group BSkyB to create a pan-European pay-TV giant, the two companies announced on Friday.

  • Britain Helping Protect MH17 Victims Against Fraud

    Britain Helping Protect MH17 Victims Against Fraud

    Britain's Foreign Office has said that it was helping protect victims of the MH17 plane disaster against potential fraud after one man claimed his relative's credit cards had been stolen from the crash site.

  • British Cycling Great Chris Hoy Stopped From Entering Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow

    British Cycling Great Chris Hoy Stopped From Entering Hoy Velodrome in Glasgow

    Britain's most successful Olympian Chris Hoy was walking through the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome, where the 2014 Games track cycling is taking place, when he was pulled up and asked for his identification.

  • British Royal Childhood Memories go on Show

    British Royal Childhood Memories go on Show

    A special exhibition on childhood in the British royal family is to open at Buckingham Palace on Saturday, featuring well-loved toys spanning 250 years including a gadget-laden miniature James Bond supercar.

  • Fake Marriages More Rife Than Thought, British Lawmakers Warn

    Fake Marriages More Rife Than Thought, British Lawmakers Warn

    Sham marriages to win the right to live in Britain are more prevalent than thought and a major risk to immigration control, a group of lawmakers warned on Friday.

  • Star Witness in UK Hacking Trial Spared Jail

    Star Witness in UK Hacking Trial Spared Jail

    The British tabloid journalist whose tales of phone hacking were key to the conviction of former News of the World editor Andy Coulson was on Thursday spared jail for his own involvement in the scandal.

  • Former Reporter Sentenced for Phone Hacking: UK

    Former Reporter Sentenced for Phone Hacking: UK

    A former British tabloid reporter has been given a 10-month suspended prison sentence for hacking the phones of celebrities including model Kate Moss and James Bond star Daniel Craig.

  • Actress Dora Bryan Dies at 91

    Actress Dora Bryan Dies at 91

    Veteran British actress Dora Bryan, still remembered for her role in A Taste of Honey, has died in a nursing home. She was 91.

  • British Experts Examine Second MH17 Black Box

    British Experts Examine Second MH17 Black Box

    British investigators have started examining the second black box from Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 which was shot down over Ukraine, the transport ministry said.

  • Indian-Origin Author in Booker Prize Longlist

    Indian-Origin Author in Booker Prize Longlist

    Neel Mukherjee, a Kolkata-born British citizen, yesterday emerged as the only Indian-origin writer to be named in this year's Man Booker Prize longlist of authors vying for the prize in its debut as a global literary award.

  • British MP Sorry Over Gaza 'Fire a Rocket' Tweet

    British MP Sorry Over Gaza 'Fire a Rocket' Tweet

    A British lawmaker apologised after tweeting that he would likely fire rockets into Israel if he lived in the Gaza Strip.

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