Pizza Express says it could close around 67 of its UK restaurants with up to 1,100 jobs at risk as part of a major restructuring plan
BP loses more than 18,000 million euros and cuts dividends
A man has been charged with arson with intent to endanger life after a house fire in Bognor Regis. Police were called to Priestley Way at midnight on Saturday and a woman was rescued. Steven Chandler, 32, of Priestley Way, Bognor Regis, will appear in court tomorrow
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Russian Oscar-class cruise missile submarine lurking in the Baltic Sea spotted by British fighter jets
Johnson: We previously said that we will not hesitate to postpone the reopening in advance
UK 'puts brakes on' reopening as virus cases rise: PM Johnson
Johnson: Coronavirus is gaining momentum in parts of Asia and Latin America and even in Europe
UK — New lockdown measures in parts of Northern England: From midnight people from separates households will be prohibited from meeting indoors in Greater Manchester, East Lancashire and part of West Yorkshire, following local coronavirus spikes
Britain supports the international efforts for a political solution in Libya
Chinese ambassador to UK "Since UK violated the pledge and commitment on BNO, we have to take other measures not to recognise the BNO passport as a valid travel document." Reluctant to explain implication for those seeking to leave Hong Kong, or whether they would be banned
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RAF Typhoon makes emergency landing at Aberdeen Airport while on a routine training mission
Richard Moore has been named as the new chief of the Secret Intelligence Service MI6 replacing Sir Alex Younger
Pentagon: 2,000 troops will reposition to Belgium to HQ, other wills reposition to Italy, another 4,500 troops will do rotations to Black Sea region, about 2,500 airmen in Britain to remain there, under @DeptofDefense plan
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab: The Riyadh Agreement is a key step towards a peaceful and appropriate solution to the crisis in Yemen
The Coastguard helicopter is responding to an emergency off the coast of Dymchurch in Kent. There are reports of two children having been swept out to sea and 'multiple people' in difficulty in the water
40 new cases of Covid19 confirmed in the Republic of Ireland today. No new deaths have been reported.
Johnson: UK must protect itself from an apparent outbreak of COVID19 in Europe. coronavirus
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BECKENHAM: Armed police reportedly at Oak Grove Road
Tour operator TUI has cancelled all British holidays to mainland Spain from Monday until August 9, after the UK government's decision to require travellers returning from the country to quarantine
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A hotel in Shetland has been destroyed by fire. The Moorfield Hotel in the village of Brae was reported to be alight at about 00:30. Crews from eight appliances remained at the scene on Monday morning. Crews remain at the scene as they work to extinguish the fire
United Kingdom registers 747 new infections and 14 deaths with coronavirus
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The new, cutting-edge Fast Patrol Craft procured for the Gibraltar Squadron will be used to patrol HMNB Gibraltar and British Gibraltar Territorial Waters (BGTW), keeping close over Gibraltar's shores
Russia dismisses US, British claims it tested anti-satellite weapon in space as 'propagandistic'
Russia ready to discuss space activities with the US and UK - Russian Foreign Ministry
The director of the UK's space directorate Harvey Smyth has accused Russia of acting irresponsibly during a satellite test "by launching a projectile with the characteristics of a weapon"
Britain's chief negotiator says 'unfortunately clear' no preliminary Brexit deal by end of July
British Minister of Defense: The Iraqi government must protect the coalition forces
UK Defence Secretary @BWallaceMP on ISIS: "the threat from Daesh I'm afraid remains, their posionous ideology contines to endure, their penicious influence continues to spread, conflict, econmic collapse & inequaity is creating new opprtunities that they will continue to exploit"
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he discussed with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson the issue of 5G communications equipment and the FTA
Russia Report: "The Salisbury attack has highlighted the vulnerability of former Russian intelligence officers who have settled in the UK."