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Government official Kemi Badenoch has commenced a three-day working trip to Nigeria, aiming to strengthen the UK-Nigeria partnership. The visit builds upon previous


British Airways will recommence flights to Tel Aviv on April 1, incorporating a brief stopover in Cyprus. Utilizing its short-haul aircraft for the route for at least one month


Water bosses are set to be banned from receiving bonuses if a company has committed serious criminal breaches, the Environment Secretary has announced today.


The planned departure of the Royal Navy's HMS Prince of Wales from Portsmouth Naval Base was unexpectedly postponed, causing speculation about the reasons


In Rochdale, police have apprehended four boys aged between 12 and 14 on suspicion of rape. The incident was reported in the Newbold area around 6:00 PM GMT on

The Economy Minister, Conor Murphy, has addressed the discontent among non-unionist factions regarding the dismissal of the all-island economy in the government's

London mayor Sadiq Khan has voiced concerns over potential disruptions for Eurostar travelers as the European Union plans to implement a new computerized border


The company holds a licence to operate twenty-five buses on home to school transport in Wiltshire and Gloucestershire.


Barclays has finalized a deal to take over Tesco Bank's credit cards, loans, and savings accounts, alongside an agreement to promote Tesco-branded banking services.


Junior doctors across England are set to stage a five-day strike starting from February 24th to February 28th, according to the British Medical Association (BMA).