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Hong Kong bookseller 'involuntarily removed' to mainland China: Britain

Feb 12, 2016

Hong Kong bookseller 'involuntarily removed' to mainland China: Britain

Britain said on Friday a Hong Kong bookseller believed detained by China was "involuntarily removed to the mainland" in its strongest comments yet on a case that has rocked the city. #China #NewsTracker #Britain #Hong Kong #booksellers
Britain, Sweden should accept ruling on Julian Assange: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

Feb 09, 2016

Britain, Sweden should accept ruling on Julian Assange: UN High Commissioner for Human Rights

The UN human rights chief said on a visit to Sri Lanka that Britain and Sweden should accept the findings of one of his panels that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange had been arbitrarily detained. #World #Wikileaks #United Nations #Julian Assange #TheySaidIt #Britain #Sweden #UN High Commissioner for Human Rights
End of the road for arguments presented by Sweden, UK: Assange on UN panel verdict

Feb 05, 2016

End of the road for arguments presented by Sweden, UK: Assange on UN panel verdict

Julian Assange called for Britain and Sweden to "implement" a UN panel finding saying that he should be able to walk free from Ecuador's embassy. #World #Julian Assange #TheySaidIt #Britain #Sweden #UK #Human Rights #Ecuador embassy #Wikileaks founder #UN panel verdict
Britain's PM David Cameron defends EU plans to avoid 'Brexit'

Feb 03, 2016

Britain's PM David Cameron defends EU plans to avoid 'Brexit'

Prime Minister David Cameron will on Wednesday defend planned reforms to keep Britain in the EU before parliament, as European lawmakers begin negotiations in Strasbourg to avoid a so-called "Brexit" from the bloc. #NewsTracker #European Union #David Cameron #Britain #Brexit
Britain announces plans to take in number of vulnerable migrant children

Jan 28, 2016

Britain announces plans to take in number of vulnerable migrant children

The British government, pressured by major charities to do more to help migrant children in dire need, announced plans on Thursday #NewsTracker #Europe #EU #Britain #Migrants #Asylum
Please get dressed: No more pyjamas and slippers on school runs, says UK headmaster to parents

Jan 28, 2016

Please get dressed: No more pyjamas and slippers on school runs, says UK headmaster to parents

The headteacher of a British school has written to parents urging them not to drop their children off while still dressed in pyjamas, it emerged on Tuesday. #NewsTracker #Britain #UK #parents #Sleep #british #pyjamas #headteacher
Britain and Bill Gates announce $4.2 billion plan to eradicate malaria

Jan 25, 2016

Britain and Bill Gates announce $4.2 billion plan to eradicate malaria

Britain's finance minister and tech billionaire Bill Gates unveiled on Monday a plan to spend billions to eradicate "the world's deadliest killer" malaria. #Finance minister #NewsTracker #Britain #Bill Gates #malaria #eradicate #billions
British papers urge UK to punish 'thug' Vladimir Putin for Alexander Litvinenko killing

Jan 22, 2016

British papers urge UK to punish 'thug' Vladimir Putin for Alexander Litvinenko killing

British newspapers on Friday welcomed an inquiry's finding that Russian President Vladimir Putin "probably approved" the killing of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko, labelling Putin a "thug". #NewsTracker #Russia #Britain #Vladimir Putin #UK #british #Putin #Alexander Litvinenko #ex-spy
Ex-Russian spy Litvinenko's poisoning report 'extremely disturbing': British PM's office

Jan 21, 2016

Ex-Russian spy Litvinenko's poisoning report 'extremely disturbing': British PM's office

"The conclusion that the murder was authorised at the highest levels of the Russian state is extremely disturbing," said Cameron's spokeswoman. #London #NewsTracker #Britain #Police #UK #Alexander Litvinenko #Russian Spy #Kremlins