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Brexit provocateur Nigel Farage resigns: 'I want my life back'
Brexit provocateur Nigel Farage resigns: 'I want my life back'
The leader of Britain's insurgent right-wing populist UK Independence Party said on...
Brexit fallout: David Cameron leaves a rudderless ship to meet EU leaders in Brussels
Brexit fallout: David Cameron leaves a rudderless ship to meet EU leaders in Brussels
Prime Minister David Cameron is heading to Brussels to meet with EU members for the first time since 
Brexit referendum day finally arrives after months of division
Brexit referendum day finally arrives after months of division
Britain began voting Thursday on whether to remain a member of the European Union or split from the 28-nation bloc, a once-in-a-generation decision...
Cameron can bail out if EU 'schmooze-athon' fails
Cameron can bail out if EU 'schmooze-athon' fails
David Cameron should be prepared to walk away from his European Union negotiations and allow Britain to forge a "glorious" future outside the EU if...
From Bolt to badminton - the best and worst of Olympics 2012
From Bolt to badminton - the best and worst of Olympics 2012
Every Olympic Games has its winners and losers, not just among the athletes and competing nations, who stand out from the crowd and take the praise...
London's Boris Johnson gets stuck on zip line
London's Boris Johnson gets stuck on zip line
Johnson started out strong, proudly waving a Union Jack in each hand and beaming as he slid down the wire. But as he got to the middle of the wire he...
The gods are smiling on the Olympic games.
The gods are smiling on the Olympic games.
If medals were awarded for celebrating milestones, London 2012 organisers would already be groaning under the weight of precious metal.
Smacking will never be right
Smacking will never be right
London MP David Lammy's book about the riots in the United Kingdom in August last year and the role parenting played in them, Out of the...
Snow closes Europe's airports, schools, offices
Snow closes Europe's airports, schools, offices
Heavy snow disrupted air and rail travel in northern Europe on Monday, halting flights at London's main airport entirely and bringing traffic in...
NatWest Three may plea bargain over Enron charges
NatWest Three may plea bargain over Enron charges
Three British bankers whose extradition to the United States caused a political storm last year are on the brink of a plea agreement that could...
Brown's party routed in UK elections, loses London
Brown's party routed in UK elections, loses London
Britain's Labour Party suffered its worst local election defeat on record and lost control of London on Friday, forcing Prime Minister Gordon Brown...
Gordon Brown faces first electoral test
Gordon Brown faces first electoral test
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, his popularity plunging and his reputation for economic competence under fire, faced his first electoral test...

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