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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.

'Not what we're about, no place for foreign extremist ideology': Hindu-Muslim joint appeal for peace amid Leicester violence

Community leaders from among Hindus and Muslims of UK's Leicester have appealed for an end to a cycle of violence that spiralled over the last week after the initial squabbles over an Asia Cup cricket match between India and Pakistan last month.

Hindu-Muslim riots in Leicester: Police arrest 47 people

Police have arrested 47 people in the East Leicester area of the UK over a clash that erupted when groups of young men began an unplanned protest in the region.

UK: Service begins for Queen Elizabeth II's final farewell

London: The funeral service to remember Britain's longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, began at Westminster Abbey on Monday.

15 arrested after violence in UK's East Leicester: Police

Leicester, England: Leicestershire Police on Monday said at least 15 people have been arrested in the East Leicester area of the UK on Sunday after a clash erupted when groups of young men began an unplanned protest.

UK Parliament bans Chinese delegation from viewing Queen Elizabeth's Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall

The UK Parliament has banned a high-level Chinese delegation from attending Queen Elizabeth's Lying-in-State at Westminster Hall within the Parliament complex before the funeral at Westminster Abbey here on September 19, British media reported.

King Charles III to be proclaimed Britain's new monarch tomorrow, speech tonight

London/IBNS: King Charles III will make his first address at 10:30 pm IST Friday as Britain mourns the demise of its longest-reigning monarch Queen Elizabeth II who died on Thursday at the age of 96. 

'London bridge is down': Code word for Queen Elizabeth's death

London/IBNS: Queen Elizabeth II, Britain's longest-serving monarch, breathed her last on Thursday and as per leaked information the code word to declare her death was "London bridge is down".

UK: Queen Elizabeth under medical supervision, close family members gathering at her estate

London: British monarch Queen Elizabeth II, 96, has been placed under medical supervision after doctors evaluated her Thursday morning.

'We now unite behind new PM, Liz Truss': Rishi Sunak after defeat in UK leadership race

London/IBNS: Rishi Sunak, who lost in the leadership contest to succeed Boris Johnson, asked the Conservative Party members to unite behind the newly-appointed British Prime Minister Liz Truss.

Liz Truss defeats Rishi Sunak to become UK's new PM

London/IBNS/UNI: UK's current Foreign Secretary Liz Truss Monday defeated her nearest competitor Rishi Sunak in the Conservative Party leadership race to become the country's new Prime Minister, media reports said.

Rishi Sunak vs Liz Truss for British PM: Voting ends, result tomorrow

London/IBNS: Voting to replace Boris Johnson as the Conservative Party leader and the British Prime Minister closed on Friday evening.

Johnson predicts harsh months for UK due to 'eye-watering' energy bills

London: Outgoing UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in an op-ed that a few coming months will be tough for the British due to high energy prices.