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A London School of Economics official confirmed media reports that the government told the university that the services of non-U.K. nationals briefing on a Brexit-related project would no longer be required.

He's Michael Caine.

His test was done to help lessen the stigma around HIV and AIDS, carrying on the legacy of his late mother.

Nottinghamshire is the first place in England to enforce "misogyny hate crime."

Many Londoners and tourists gathered outside Buckingham Palace and 10 Downing Street on Wednesday to witness a changing of the guard — though not the one on display every day.

"We will make Britain a country that works not for a privileged few, but for every one of us."

The debate comes after millions signed a petition.

A new prime minister without a vote at all.

Some are happy, but others aren't convinced that the two contenders for the job carry the flame of feminist values that match their own.

Responding to long-awaited report on the Iraq War, the former prime minister expressed regret and pleads for understanding.

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