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UK: Inflation rate touches record high in October

London: The UK's inflation rate touched a record  11.1 percent in October, as per data released by  Office for National Statistics.

UK govt directs British nationals not to travel to Afghanistan

Kabul/London: The UK government has directed its nationals not to travel to Afghanistan as the security situation in the country is 'extremely volatile'.

'Everyone's really excited', says Rishi Sunak on life in 10 Downing Street: Report

Newly-appointed UK PM Rishi has moved back into the smaller flat above 10 Downing Street, which is usually used as the home of the Chancellor of Exchequer.

UK provides Ukraine with $7.3mln cyber aid package

London/UNI: The United Kingdom has mobilized 6.35 million pounds ($7.3 million) in an initial cyber assistance package to safeguard the Ukrainian government and its critical national infrastructure, the UK government said on Tuesday.

Rishi Sunak slammed over picking Indian-origin Suella Braverman as home secretary

London/IBNS:  British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak Wednesday defended the reappointment of Indian-origin Suella Braverman as the Home Secretary saying the latter will be focused to crack down on criminals and defend the country's borders.

Rishi Sunak sacks several ministers of Liz Truss team, appoints Dominic Raab as Deputy PM

London/IBNS: New British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak commenced work within an hour of his meeting with King Charles II on Tuesday.

British PM Rishi Sunak sports Hindu thread as he enters 10 Downing Street

London/IBNS:  Rishi Sunak, the Indian-origin British politician who has taken over as the next UK Prime Minister creating history after his predecessor Liz Truss stepped down, was seen wearing the sacred red Hindu 'Kalawa' thread during his first speech at 10 Downing Street.

Boris Johnson asks Rishi Sunak to step down in race for UK PM after Liz Truss resignation: Reports

London/IBNS: Rishi Sunak is currently the frontrunner to become the next UK Prime Minister, but Boris Johnson has urged him to stand down and let him take over the country's top post to replace Liz Struss, reports in British media say.

After Liz Truss resigns UK Labour party calls for general election

London/IBNS: After British Prime Minister Liz Truss announced her resignation citing her lack of ability to deliver the mandate on which she was elected by the Conservative Party, the leader of the UK Labour party, Keir Starmer, Thursday called for a general election.

'Can't deliver': UK PM Liz Truss resigns after 45 days amid economic tumult

Prime Minister of Britain Liz Truss has resigned after a 45-day stint in the office citing her lack of ability to deliver the mandate on which she was elected by the Conservative Party.

China attempts to recruit Royal Air Force pilots: UK likely to issue 'alert'

London: The British defence intelligence is likely to issue an 'alert' amid warning that China’s military is trying to recruit serving and former Royal Air Force (RAF) jet pilots to help train its own air force with generous recruitment packages, media reports said on Wednesday.

UK Chancellor of Exchequer Kwarteng announces resignation

London/IBNS: UK Chancellor of Exchequer Kwasi Kwarteng on Friday announced his resignation.

UK: Recession risk rises as economy shrinks in August

London: Recession fear looms large over the UK as the country's economy shrank in August, media reports said.

UK Hindu-Muslim riots: Social media influenced Leicester attacks

London: A man, who was sentenced for carrying a knife at a protest in Leicester in Britain at the weekend, said he was influenced by social media.

UK: Beijing-backed Chinese language schools to be replaced by Taiwanese teachers

London: A group of British MPs is in talks with Taiwan to provide Mandarin teachers to the UK as the government seeks to phase out Chinese state-linked Confucius Institutes, a top British newspaper reported.