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Corbyn calls for unity after winning Labour leadership vote

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LIVERPOOL, England Jeremy Corbyn was re-elected leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party on Saturday and called for unity after ending a "coup" by more centrist members of parliament who say his left-wing agenda can never deliver victory at the polls.

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Anti-Brexit group challenges UK government over Article 50 disclosure 24 Sep 2016

LONDON A group opposed to Britain's exit from the European Union has accused the government of refusing to allow it to make public the official justification for triggering Article 50 to start the Brexit process without a parliamentary vote.

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Kids in tow, Prince William, Kate begin visit to Canada 2:26am BST

TORONTO Britain's Prince William and his wife, Kate Middleton, arrived in Canada on Saturday for their second official visit, received by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a military airport in the western province of British Columbia. | Video

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UK doctors call off strike action 24 Sep 2016

LONDON A union representing British doctors on Saturday called off a series of strikes scheduled for the next three months, citing concerns about patient safety.

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UK public inflation expectations edge lower - Citi/YouGov 23 Sep 2016

LONDON British public inflation expectations for the next 12 months fell this month for the first time since June's vote to leave the European Union, a monthly survey for U.S. bank Citi showed on Friday.

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Brexit forever? Britain keeps the world waiting for EU divorce papers 23 Sep 2016

LONDON If investors hoped for one thing after Britain's shock vote to leave the European Union, it was clarity. But there is little.

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Mr BRICS quits Treasury post after reported row over China 23 Sep 2016

LONDON Former Goldman Sachs chief economist Jim O'Neill resigned from the Treasury on Friday after he reportedly clashed with new Prime Minister Theresa May over Chinese investment in the country.

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Li Ka-Shing could face regulatory snag on National Grid deal - sources 23 Sep 2016

Reuters Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-Shing is likely to face significant regulatory hurdles if he bids for a stake in National Grid's British gas networks, banking and industry sources said, because of similar assets he already owns.

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Indian court clears men in death of British teenager in Goa 23 Sep 2016

NEW DELHI Two Indian men were acquitted on Friday of the culpable homicide and rape of a British teenager in Goa eight years ago, a case that raised questions about the safety of tourists in the coastal resort and claims of police negligence.

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Carney's choice - stay for Brexit or seek new role in 2018? 23 Sep 2016

LONDON Mark Carney has been taking the big decisions for Britain's economy for the past three years, but his next one will be much more personal.