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Egypt criticised the UK’s tolerant attitude towards the Muslim Brotherhood, citing the mass protests that demanded the ouster of Morsi
UK officials are for the resumption, banning seems to be decided by higher authority, says ambassador
A group of academics and lawyers has written to prosecutors to complain about “false statements” made ahead of the UK referendum vote on June 23.
Involvement of former British ambassador to Saudi Arabia in a review about the Brotherhood may undermine impartiality
Microsoft has announced it will increase prices for a range of enterprise services in the UK
Ambassador John Casson said UK allocated $10m to remove landmines in Egypt
Foreign Minister slams warnings for 9 October, which the embassies released without specifying any reasons
The meeting addressed ways to enhance international efforts to combat extremism
The delegation will carry out its “doorknock” mission during the visit, says BEBA chairperson
UAE and Britain have set a new target for its bilateral trade agreement to reach AED 135.24bn by 2020
British lawmakers have accused Cameron of launching the intervention on “erroneous assumptions.” Their report comes just days after the disgraced ex-prime minister resigned as a member of parliament.
A report by Britain’s equality body notes a “worrying combination” of post-Brexit hate crimes and long-term, systemic race inequality. Samira Shackle reports from London.
Shoukry meets with members of Egyptian-British Parliamentary Friendship
The UK issued an internal regulation this week, confirming Muslim Brotherhood members’ right to obtain asylum
I love England. Always have and always will. I am never happier than when there is a carpet of snow covering the garden and fields surrounding my country home or just out for a stroll with friends along the lush green banks of the Thames watching the swans. Peace, perfect peace! Great Britain for me …
With existing debts of more than 37 billion euros, the board of France’s EDF energy company has voted to go ahead with building a 21-billion-euro nuclear power plant in the UK. The project faces technical challenges.
Britain’s decision to leave the EU fueled a rise in xenophobia and fears about the future. A month after the bombshell, DW talks to remain voters and EU nationals in the UK to see if they’ve come to terms with Brexit.
The European Union today announced which European countries will have to do what, to meet the bloc’s emissions reduction commitment. But the whole proposal will have to be torn up if the UK leaves the bloc.
UN climate change envoy Mary Robinson has called the UK and Germany to account over their commitment to the terms of last year’s global agreement in Paris. She has accused them of backtracking.
Current trade relations between Egypt and the UK will not worsen, but improve, says UK trade envoy
British Vote Leave strategist Daniel Hannan is this week’s guest on Conflict Zone, discussing whether the Brexit campaign misled voters, as some claim, and what he thinks future holds for post-Brexit UK.
Sunderland in north-eastern England has become the poster child for the post-industrial, working class anger that drove the Brexit vote, as Peter Geoghegan reports.
The UK has tried hard to strengthen its already robust economic relationship with Chinese politicians and businessmen. But many now question Britain’s future as an investment destination – and a gateway to the EU.
A plan to topple Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn appears set to plunge the party into a political civil war after UK voters opted for Brexit. Recriminations have mounted amid warnings that the party’s existence is at stake.
Egyptian parliament demands compensation for Iraq after Chilcot report says Iraq war was based on ‘flawed intelligence’
Conservative MPs have picked an experienced minister and a novice Brexiter as their leadership candidates. The selection of two women closed the door on Justice Secretary Michael Gove, Samira Shackle reports from London.
Quite a lot of German companies look set to lower their investments in the UK after the British vote to leave the European Union. But much will depend on Brexit negotiations between the EU and Britain.
A seven-year inquiry into the UK’s involvement has concluded that London failed to exhaust all peaceful options. Ex-premier Tony Blair said he assumes “full responsibility” for any mistakes that arose from the conflict.
Two million words long, seven years in the making: The Chilcot Inquiry called 129 witnesses, including former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Blair can expect a critical review, but probably not a future court date.
Ireland and the UK have not always been happy neighbors. Relations improved in the wake of the Good Friday peace accords, but as Gavan Reilly reports from Dublin, that could change following the UK’s Brexit.