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MEPs approve no-deal preparations, but still favour Brexit agreement
Members of the European Parliament voted in favour of the Commission's no-deal Brexit contingency plans on Friday, but were still holding out hope that an agreement could be reached in time.
Johnson in call for 'smaller' Christmas but eased restrictions to stay
The planned relaxtion of coronavirus restrictions over Christmas in the UK contrasts with measures being taken by other European nations, such as Germany, the Netherlands and Lithuania, which have announced sweeping new restrictions for the holidays.
Belgium may use 17th-century charter to keep British fishing rights
The charter was issued by Charles II following his exile to Europe after his father, Charles I, was executed in 1649.
UK plans to use Royal Navy ships to stop EU fishing boats slammed
Politicians in the UK and the EU have widely criticised the plans, deeming them "irresponsible" and reminiscent of "19th-century gunboat diplomacy".
Northern Ireland traders in the dark over post-Brexit GB trade
Northern Ireland retailers say they're not ready for new trading arrangements with Britain from January 1 as they've not been given the technical information needed.
Jittery Gibraltar fears economic hit from a no-deal Brexit
Gibraltar's Chief Minister Fabian Picardo has warned "life will change radically for the worse if there is no deal" agreed with the EU.
Watch: Boris Johnson faces Keir Starmer at PMQs
MPs grilled the British prime minister on COVID-19 and other issues.
UK marks Remembrance Sunday with socially-distanced event
The ceremony marks the end of WW1 in 1918.
Queen Elizabeth II wears face mask in public for first time
While the 94-year-old monarch has been seen in public on several occasions over the past few months, she had not been pictured wearing a face-covering until now.
UK music industry in COVID-19 crisis as artists struggle
Artists as diverse as Russell Watson and the Undertones are demanding guidance and practical help from the government as the UK music industry's COVID-19 related shutdown crisis shows no sign of abating.
Giant inflatable Borat floats down London's Thames
A blowup Borat, mankini and all, surprised onlookers as it made its way down the Thames on Thursday.
COVID Christmas? How the 'rule of six' could scupper festive trade
Pubs and clubs and those who work in them were hit hard by the coronavirus lockdown. With the 'rule of six' it could be about to get worse.
4 arrested in southern Italy after 2 British teens sexually assaulted
Police in southern Italy have arrested four men and are investigating another four on suspicion of sexually assaulting two British girls at a villa where a party was being held, authorities said on Friday.
Fleetwood Mac co-founder blues guitarist Peter Green dies at 73
B.B. King once said Green “has the sweetest tone I ever heard. He was the only one who gave me the cold sweats.”
Coronavirus: 1.6m people in the UK now claiming unemployment benefit
There are fewer jobs available in Britain than when records began.
Boy with cerebral palsy completes marathon charity walk
Inspired by Captain Tom Moore, the centenarian veteran who raised tens of millions, the young man decided to set off on his own charity walk.
Boris Johnson says 'common sense' will help beat coronavirus
No longer 'Stay at Home', the UK government's advice is now 'Stay Alert'. Critics say that what that actually means isn't clear.
France, Spain and UK prepare to ease lockdowns starting Monday
Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez joined other leaders in warning that the spread of the virus could ramp up again and new restrictions could be re-imposed.
Britons mark VE Day by singing 'We'll meet again'
People around the UK sing Dame Vera Lynn's iconic WW2 song, as a tribute to those who fought, served and died during the war.
Kids choir leaves audience in tears singing 'Stop hurting our planet'
Children aged 4-16 appeared on Britain's Got Talent with an 'S.O.S. From the Kids' about climate change.
Coronavirus: Wary of hospitals, expecting parents opt for home births
Many hospitals are not allowing partners to attend the birth of their child.
UK 'opted in' to EU ventilators scheme, minister says
It was previously believed that Britain made a 'political decision' not to take part as it was leaving the EU.
Prisoners set for early release amid warning COVID-19 thrives in jails
Health experts say COVID-19 thrives in cramped jails and freeing up space could allow for social distancing to slow transmission.
Lessons learnt by Britain in 1931 could save the Eurozone from post-coronavirus catastrophe ǀ View
The experience of Britain in the 1920s and early 1930s provide valuable lessons for the European Union in forging a meaningful economic response to this virus crisis.
Watch again: UK vows to ramp up coronavirus testing after criticism
Britain's health minister Matt Hancock returned from quarantine after contracting COVID-19 to deliver a five-point plan to increase testing.
Covid-10: Europe battles with the coronavirus
As Italy builds a field hospital, Spain further clamps down on non-essential activities and France carries out its largest medical evacuation of the coronavirus patients on French territory, Britain's bask in the warm weather.