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NATO leaders appear to joke about Trump

NATO leaders are caught on camera appearing to mock US President Donald Trump at a Buckingham Palace reception.

Europe

UK election: Johnson pledges to put limits on unskilled migration

With just days to go before the election, British leaders are rallying for every vote.

UK Election 2019

Infographic: What you need to know about the UK election

Britons will head to the polls on December 12 for a snap general election called to break the UK's Brexit gridlock.

Infographic: What you need to know about the UK election

Weather

UK braced for gale force winds and flooding

A powerful storm is heading to UK threatening widespread disruption.

UK braced for gale force winds and flooding

United Kingdom

Hard Times: One UK town's struggle in the age of austerity

In one English town, residents describe their battle against a decade of cuts that made lives 'smaller and harder'.

Hard Times: One UK town's struggle in the age of austerity

Opinion

Is Jeremy Corbyn a 'threat' to British Jews?

Corbyn's opponents cannot defeat his political programme so they attack his character with spurious allegations.

Tony Greenstein

by Tony Greenstein

Tony Greenstein

The Listening Post

Misinformation, lies and media spin: Inside the UK election

From political manipulation to complaints of bias, all eyes are on the media before UK vote. Plus, purpose advertising.

Europe

'Yalla Corbyn': Why some British Arabs support Labour

Anti-war Labour leader attracts some voters with Middle East heritage as Conservatives seen maintaining status quo.

'Yalla Corbyn': Why some British Arabs support Labour

Europe

Corbyn and Johnson clash in final UK election debate

The two men went head-to-head, six days before the UK goes to the polls.

Johnson and Corbyn clash in final UK election debate

Brexit

Senior UK diplomat quits over government Brexit 'half-truths'

Alexandra Hall Hall slammed the Conservative government in her resignation letter.

Senior UK diplomat quits over government Brexit 'half-truths'

Liberia

UK judge dismisses charges against Charles Taylor's ex-wife

Agnes Reeves Taylor had been due to face charges of torture and conspiracy to commit torture during Liberia's civil war.

UK judge dismisses charges against Charles Taylor's ex-wife

Iran

Iran nuclear deal stays alive after talks, avoids sanctions blow

The European parties did not trigger a mechanism in the accord that could renew UN sanctions against Iran.

Iran nuclear deal stays alive after talks, avoids sanctions blow

Europe

London Bridge attacker’s dark past in spotlight

Usman Khan, who killed two people and injured several others, had a terrorism conviction and was only released from prison last year.

Europe

UK election: PM absent from event in his constituency

Opposition Labour Party believes there is a chance of unseating Johnson in his constituency.

Studio B Unscripted

Studio B, Unscripted: With Ken Loach and Edouard Louis

Ken Loach and Edouard Louis explore class struggle, poverty, the rise of the Far Right and the perils of the Left.