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Prince Harry complains of incessant intrusions into private life

Monday, 09 May 2016 09:59
London: Prince Harry, the grandson of Great Britain's celebrated Queen Elizabeth II, complained on Sunday that there are "incessant" intrusions into his private life.Harry said the line between his public and private life has become almost non-existent, Efe news agency…

London elects Sadiq Khan, its first Muslim mayor

Saturday, 07 May 2016 09:57
London: Choosing 'hope over fear', Londoners elected their first Muslim mayor on Thursday as Labour's Sadiq Khan comfortably romped home despite a xenophobic and Islamophobic campaign run by his Conservative opponent that even invoked Prime Minister Narendra Modi's name to…

Scottish National Party wins election

Friday, 06 May 2016 14:38
Edinburgh (Scotland): The ruling Scottish National Party (SNP) has won the parliamentary elections, bagging 58 of the 93 seats for which results have been announced, officials said on Friday.The house has a total of 129 seats.The SNP will form the…

Rolling Stones ask Donald Trump to stop using their songs

Thursday, 05 May 2016 16:21
London: English rock band the Rolling Stones have asked US presidential hopeful Donald Trump to stop playing their songs during his rallies.The band became enraged after learning the billionaire was using their music as part of a soundtrack to his…

London may elect first Muslim mayor, opponent uses Modi card

Thursday, 05 May 2016 15:49
London: With Pakistani-origin Sadiq Khan likely to become London's new mayor, his Conservative foe Zac Goldsmith is using Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's name to woo Hindu and Sikh votes.Balloting is taking place on Thursday in England, Scotland and Wales…

Britons vote in 'Super Thursday' elections

Thursday, 05 May 2016 13:56
London: Voters headed for the polls in a series of elections across the UK on what has been dubbed "Super Thursday".Elections are taking place for the Scottish parliament, National Assembly of Wales, the Northern Ireland assembly and for 124 councils…

London man arrested on terrorism suspicion

Thursday, 05 May 2016 11:03
London: A young man was arrested by local police on Wednesday in London on suspicion of engaging in preparation of committing an act of terrorism.Metropolitan Police said on Wednesday that the 20-year-old man, suspected of planning to travel to Syria…

Aide seeks Cameron apology for calling Trump divisive, stupid

Wednesday, 04 May 2016 17:15
London: British Prime Minister David Cameron should apologise to US presidential hopeful Donald Trump for branding him “divisive, stupid and wrong”, a foreign policy advisor to the Republican contender has said.Last December, during a parliamentary debate on banning Trump from…

British PM urged to accept Syrian refugee children

Wednesday, 04 May 2016 16:32
London: The British government is coming under increasing pressure to accept 3,000 child refugees from the Syrian war, who have made it into Europe unaccompanied, sources said on Wednesday.A group of former Jewish refugees who came to Britain in the…

British charities announce biggest donations against dementia

Monday, 02 May 2016 11:17
London: Two of Britain's leading charities have announced their biggest ever donations for research to curb dementia.The Alzheimer's Society and Alzheimer's Research UK on Sunday announced their biggest ever financial commitments to the cause, each pledging 50 million pounds ($73…