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U.K. Government’s National Disability Strategy Receives Lukewarm Response

The U.K. Government has finally published its long-awaited National Disability Strategy. However, charities and other organizations representing the interests of disabled people say that it falls short in offering a truly transformative vision for greater disability inclusion.

Madagascar, Comoros attend UK-hosted Global Education Summit

The purpose of the Summit is to raise US$5 billion for the Global Partnership for Education, to help ensure quality education in 90 developing countries

UK's Relx sees 2021 growth ahead of historical trends

British information provider Relx (REL.L) said it expected underlying revenue and profit growth rates to be slightly above historical trends in 2021 due to strong demand for its analytics and online identity services, helping it to increase its dividend.

Brexit: EU and UK criticised for 'flawed' protocol approach

Compromise is needed to avoid Northern Ireland becoming a "permanent casualty" of Brexit, peers say.

UPDATE 2-Sabadell quarterly net profit beats forecasts helped by UK unit TSB

* Sabadell says it is on track to deliver strategic plan (Adds details on British unit TSB)

UK Healthcare and KDMC celebrate partnership

Close to 400 people wearing masks attended the celebration at the KDMC Pavilion at the former Our Lady of Bellefonte site.

UK already undergoing disruptive climate change

The UK is already undergoing disruptive climate change with increased rainfall, sunshine and heat.

Government progresses demonstration of next generation nuclear reactor

The UK government’s plan to have the latest nuclear technology up and running within the next decade has moved a step closer today as part of the drive to reach net zero emissions.

Think-tank urges UK government to manage BoE debt sales

Britain's government should take on hundreds of billions of pounds of hard-to-sell bonds held by the Bank of England to reduce the risk of the BoE's independence being questioned when the time comes to raise interest rates, a think-tank said.

Climate change ‘already being felt’ across UK, Met Office warns

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