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Paul Brennan

Paul Brennan

Middle East

UAE-UK Lobbying: New report reveals secret meetings

A newly-published report has claimed that the UAE used 'clandestine' lobbying tactics in the UK and US.

UAE-UK Lobbying: New report reveals secret meetings

United Kingdom

UK's May loses two key cabinet ministers over Brexit row

David Davis resigned as Brexit secretary, followed by Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, as disagreements over strategy for leaving EU deepens.

UK's May loses two key cabinet ministers over Brexit row

Europe

UK: National Health Service marks 70th anniversary

The NHS established universal healthcare, guaranteeing free access to treatment regardless of income or status, but many have questions over its future.

UK: National Health Service marks 70th anniversary

Europe

UK celebrates 70 years of National Health Service

The National Health Service was nothing short of a revolution. It provided universal healthcare for Britain's post-war population.

UK celebrates 70 years of National Health Service

Europe

France hunts top criminal after daring jailbreak

Redoine Faid, once France's 'Most Wanted Man', was picked up by accomplices in a hijacked helicopter on Sunday.

France hunts top criminal after daring jailbreak

Europe

Efforts under way in UK's Saddleworth to put out massive fire

The blaze began on Sunday and has forced the evacuation of dozens of homes.

Efforts under way in UK's Saddleworth to put out massive fire

Europe

Uber wins appeal in London to stay on the roads

A British appeal court judge has ruled Uber cars stay on the road in London - at least for now.

Uber wins appeal in London to stay on the roads

Europe

Political tensions loom over critical OPEC meeting

Will Iran agree to Saudi and Russia’s call to lift oil production?

Political tensions loom over critical OPEC meeting

Europe

Hungary: Traffickers sentenced to 25 years for refugee deaths

One Afghan and three Bulgarians found responsible for suffocation of 71 refugees in a truck in 2015.

Hungary: Traffickers sentenced to 25 years for refugee deaths

Europe

UK Supreme Court backs N Ireland women's right to abortion

Non-legally binding ruling says victims of rape or those with serious health risks have right to terminate pregnancies.

UK Supreme Court backs N Ireland women's right to abortion

Europe

Police vs privacy: New law plan angers Bavarians

Police Task Act grants officers sweeping new powers, despite public outcry that the conservative-sponsored measures endanger privacy.

Police vs privacy: New law plan angers Bavarians

Arts & Culture

Karl Marx still sells, 200 years after his birth

Marx's Communist Manifesto changed the world and his bicentennial birthday has inspired celebrations in art, politics, economics and even capitalism.

Karl Marx still sells, 200 years after his birth