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Foreign Secretary signs deal to boost business

Foreign Secretary Liz Truss has launched a new scheme with the Premier of South Australia, Steven Marshall, to boost UK-Australia industries of the future.

UK lawmaker says he'll go to police with 'blackmail' claims

A British politician who accuses the government of blackmailing opponents of Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he will take his allegations to the police

UK must do more to support Ukraine

Putin is taking advantage of 'weakened West' says Tobias Ellwood, with Ukraine's invasion 'imminent'.

Splendid isolation: 15 of the best off-grid stays in the UK

These rural retreats – from a woodland ‘truffle’ in Devon to a Welsh house of straw – are perfect for a back-to-nature holiday and a digital detox

UK foreign minister Truss to visit Russia in Feb

British foreign minister Liz Truss is expected to visit Moscow in February for talks with her Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov, the RIA news agency reported on Saturday, citing a diplomatic source.

UK Foreign Minister Truss to Visit Russia in Feb

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COVID news latest - live updates: Ireland lifts almost all restrictions from today; Adele thanks 'best fans' after cancelling Las Vegas shows

Coronavirus latest as restrictions are lifted in Ireland; new Omicron variant detected in the UK; Adele thanks 'best fans' after cancelling Las Vegas show due to COVID; studies highlight need for COVID boosters to fight Omicron.

US retiree killed in freak accident after he flew to UK for funeral, court heard

A retiree from the United States of America was run over and crushed under a car in a freak accident as he flew into the UK to attend his sister-in-law’s funeral, a court heard.

UK lawmaker says he will meet police over government 'blackmail' accusations

A British Conservative lawmaker said he would meet police to discuss his accusations that Boris Johnson's government had attempted to "blackmail" parliamentarians who were suspected of trying to force the prime minister from office.