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Learners put on mixed reality headsets and are immersed in a lifelike training scenario, overlaid onto their physical environment.
'National incident' in UK after polio found for first time in 40 years
Parents have been warned to check their children have been vaccinated against the disease after the virus was found in London sewers.
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Crowds gather at Stonehenge in southwest England to watch the sunrise behind the ancient monument on the summer solstice.
Rail chaos as Britain's biggest strike in years begins
Up to 40,000 cleaners, signalers, maintenance workers and station staff are due to walk out for three days this week, on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Chaos at Heathrow as a baggage system malfunction causes pile-up
A baggage system failure at Heathrow Airport Friday caused a huge backlog of luggage, with passengers complaining of long delays.
British child gymnasts abused and denied food and water, report finds
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Ukraine cannot host Eurovision 2023, could be held in UK
Ukraine won this year's Eurovision song contest but can't host because of the Russian invasion.
More bother for Boris as ethics advisor quits over 'odious' orders
Christopher Geidt stepped down saying the government had put him in an “impossible and odious position”.
Spears and earwax removers found in newly-excavated Anglo-Saxon graves
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Europeans divided over how Ukraine war should play out, reveals poll
There is a split between those who are eager for immediate peace and those who want "justice".
Why was Kevin Spacey in a UK court today?
The actor has been accused of four charges including sexual assault and causing a person to engage in penetrative sex without consent.
Ryanair drops ‘inappropriate’ test for South African travellers
A language test that sparked outrage earlier this month has been dropped by the airline which now says it was not appropriate and doesn't make sense.
Is Britain finally ready to share the Parthenon Marbles with Greece?
Ahead of UNESCO talks over the ownership of the Parthenon Marbles between Greece and the UK, the British Museum president has suggested he would be open to sharing.
EU refuses to rule out suspending Brexit trade deal
Maroš Šefčovič told Euronews the latest bill from London is "illegal", "not a serious offer" and threatens the EU's single market.
EU relaunches legal action against UK over unilateral Brexit changes
The UK unveiled legislation that unilaterally alters the Brexit agreement earlier in the week.
UK's Rwanda asylum flight cancelled after European Court order
Britain's Home Secretary Priti Patel says preparations are already under way for the next flight to Rwanda.
UK insists flight to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda will go ahead
First deportation flight set to go ahead as scheduled on Tuesday after UK court refuses to halt government plan to deport asylum seekers to Rwanda
Britain: protest outside high court against Rwanda deportations
Protesters demonstrate outside the Royal Courts of Justice as UK campaigners get their last chance to stop the government's first flight of asylum seekers to Rwanda.
Queen Elizabeth II becomes second longest-serving monarch in history
She overtook Thailand’s Bhumibol Adulyadej on Monday.
EU threatens legal action over UK move to change Northern Ireland deal
Britain's government unveiled a draft law to unilaterally alter the Northern Ireland Protocol on Monday.
Palestinians swim in Mediterranean sea off a beach in Gaza's Beit Lahia
Palestinians swim in the Mediterranean sea off a beach in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip as students start their summer vacation.
Go-ahead for Rwanda migrant deportations as NGOs lose legal challenge
Campaigners against Britain's plans to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda say they'll fight on after a judge ruled the government was acting lawfully.
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UK nationals living in EU can't vote or stand in local elections: ECJ
Only citizenship of an EU member state confers the right to vote or stand in an election in the bloc, the European Court of Justice ruled.