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Elizabeth Burden

A year away from Brexit, Britons' views remain as entrenched as ever

29 Mar 2018

GREAT YARMOUTH, England Leaning over the counter of his seafood stall in the English seaside town of Great Yarmouth, Darran Nichols-George says those still moaning about the British vote to leave the European Union need to stop complaining. | Video

Britain sends specialist troops to city where Russian double agent poisoned

10 Mar 2018

SALISBURY, England Britain deployed specialist troops on Friday to remove potentially contaminated objects from the English city where a Russian former double agent and his daughter were poisoned with a nerve agent. | Video

UK recruiters report slightly weaker demand for staff

08 Mar 2018

LONDON British recruiters reported a slowdown in their clients' demand for staff during February, though pay rates and appetite for new workers continue to grow quickly.

Britain's Just Eat to spend more as competition hots up

06 Mar 2018

LONDON British takeaway platform Just Eat will spend an extra 50 million pounds this year to battle competition from rivals such as Deliveroo and Uber Eats, its new CEO said on Tuesday, sending its share price sharply lower.

Burst pipes close UK car plant and leave thousands without water

06 Mar 2018

LONDON Burst water mains caused by a thaw in Britain's freezing temperatures closed a Jaguar Land Rover car plant in central England on Monday and left tens of thousands of people without water.

UK business growth gauge rises to two-year high - CBI

04 Mar 2018

LONDON British businesses grew at the fastest rate in more than two years in the three months to February, despite uncertainty about Britain's prospects as it prepares to leave the European Union, the Confederation of British Industry said on Sunday.

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