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A recent investigation by BBC Panorama has revealed that over a quarter of patients in England who are prescribed antidepressants, totaling approximately two million people, have been taking


The British government has announced that tech entrepreneur Ian Hogarth will head its newly established taskforce focused on examining the safety risks associated with artificial intelligence


A hotel tycoon, whose business secured profitable contracts to accommodate migrants who arrived in the UK via small boats, has witnessed record profits in the past year. Britannia Hotels,

Breweries in Wales have voiced their apprehension over the proposed refundable bottles and cans fee, fearing it will harm their industry. Climate Change Minister Julie James has indicated her


SNP voters are turning away from the party after the arrest of Nicola Sturgeon in a fraud probe, according to a recent poll that positions Labour as the largest party in Scotland.


An additional £60 million of funding from the UK to NATO’s Comprehensive Assistance Package (CAP) has been announced by the Defence Secretary, bringing the UK’s total contribution to over

Experts have raised concerns about the future of Harry and Meghan's brand following Spotify's decision to terminate their deal with the royal couple. The move could result in losses of up to


Capita, the company recently affected by a data breach, has successfully obtained a £50 million contract from the City of London police to oversee contact and engagement services for their


A British couple who relocated their family to Australia eight years ago is facing deportation because they are deemed "too old" to qualify for permanent residency. Glenn Tunnicliff, 57, and his

Gusbourne Blanc de Blancs 2018, an English sparkling wine, has claimed one of the top honors at the esteemed Decanter World Wine Awards, signaling a significant achievement for the UK