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Exhibition at V&A Museum of Childhood looks at Michael Morpurgo's life and writing process

1 hour agoArts : Artdaily

The life and exceptional writing power of one of Britain?s best-loved storytellers, Michael Morpurgo, will be celebrated in a new, free exhibition at the V&A Museum of Childhood this summer. Michael Morpurgo: A Lifetime in Stories will...Show More Summary

Theresa May Pressured To Release Report Detailing Saudi Sponsorship of UK Extremists

Content originally published at Britain's Labour party has joined with a group of US 9/11 survivors in demanding UK Prime Minister Theresa May release a government report detailing the flow of money from Saudi Arabia into extremist groups in the UK. Show More Summary

Meet the Truly Marginalized: Christians in Britain

The top layers of the P.C. caste system are reserved for the marginalized, if by “marginalized” you mean privileged. Special interest groups that are catered to by the establishment at

22 and done it all? Get a lion tattoo and go for history

Britain's Adam Peaty appears to have done everything there is to do in 100m breaststroke - but he still wants more.

Britain, Germany to stay close, Prince William says on pre-Brexit charm tour

Britain and Germany will remain close even after Brexit, Prince William said on Wednesday during a tour meant to shore up relations with EU countries before Britain leaves the bloc. With the British government struggling to show unity...Show More Summary

British secretary of state still mulling Fox's $15-billion bid for Sky

Suspense is building in Britain over whether the Murdoch family will be able to pull off its long-held dream of owning a jewel of European broadcasting, the satellite television service Sky. Britain’s secretary of state for culture, media and sport, Karen Bradley, on Thursday told members of Parliament...

Tennis-Konta v Halep set BBC record for women's Wimbledon match

10 hours agoSports / Tennis : Reuters: Tennis

LONDON, July 20 (Reuters) - The epic quarter-final between Britain's Johanna Konta and Romanian Simona Halep drew a record peak audience for a Wimbledon women's match on BBC television, figures released on Thursday showed.

Religious tolerance or illiberal liberalism?

Should Britain’s faith schools segregate boys and girls for teaching and activities within the school? How far should a liberal society tolerate intolerant religious beliefs in the school system? Should faith schools receive any public funding at all? My fellow panellists and I discussed this last night on BBC Radio’s The Moral Maze. Show More Summary

Business world activates Brexit plans as fears grow

US financial firms and no-frills airline easyJet have begun activating Brexit contingency plans and fears are growing that the trickle could turn into a flood as most major businesses in Britain are preparing similar arrangements. Britain's...Show More Summary

UK's Liberal Democrats make Vince Cable party leader

Former British Business Secretary Vince Cable has become the new leader of the Liberal Democrats in Britain. Nominations for the position closed Thursday without any challengers to Cable. He will … Click to Continue »

Small Music Venues In The UK Are Disappearing - Is The Arts Council's Support Of Classical Music To Blame?

11 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

"Across the UK, music venues that have flourished for decades have begun to disappear. This week, the Music Venue Trust, the charity that supports the interests of Britain’s small music venues, questioned Arts Council England’s decision to reject its application for funding. The trust argues that while Arts Council England does much to support new music, with […]

UK lawmaker calls Austen among 'greatest living authors'

A British legislator has told Parliament that Jane Austen — who died two centuries ago — was one of Britain's greatest living authors. Andrea Leadsom quickly corrected herself Thursday after … Click to Continue »

The view from Brussels: How negotiations between the UK and the EU on Brexit financial settlement are slowly making progress

The head of Open Europe's Brussels office, Pieter Cleppe, discusses the ongoing negotiations between the UK and the EU on the so-called "financial settlement" of Britain's possible obligations to the EU. The post The view from Brussels: How negotiations between the UK and the EU on Brexit financial settlement are slowly making progress appeared first on Open Europe.

Britain's Johnson meets high-tech robots in Japan

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Thursday shook hands with one of Japan's high-tech robots, a humanoid candidate to carry the torch as part of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Secret Nazi memo Churchill wrote to Eisenhower released

13 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

= Britain’s Prime Minister Winston Churchill asked President Dwight Eisenhower to suppress a British royal’s desire for peace with Adolf Hitler, newly published papers reveal. A secret memo sent from Churchill to Eisenhower in 1953, now published under British transparency rules, details the...

In beer halls and boardrooms, the Brexit diaspora gets organized

BERLIN (Reuters) - Robert Anderson was enjoying a drink with a compatriot in a Munich beer hall a few weeks before Britain's referendum on leaving the European Union when he realized he and other Britons who stood to lose a lot of rights would have to get organized.

UK government to take more time to consider Fox-Sky deal

Britain's culture secretary needs more time to consider Twenty-First Century Fox's takeover bid for the Sky pay television and broadband network. Culture Secretary Karen Bradley said Thursday in an update … Click to Continue »

EU's Barnier urges 'clarity' in Brexit talks

The EU's Brexit negotiator called on Britain on Thursday to give more clarity on key issues including its exit bill and the rights of citizens after the second round of talks wrapped up in Brussels. Michel Barnier said "fundamental" differences had emerged during this week's negotiations with British counterpart David Davis. Show More Summary

EU, Britain end round of Brexit talks with little progress

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU and British negotiators found some common ground at the end of a first full round of Brexit talks but big differences remain over citizens' rights and uncertainty persists over the financial settlement and the Irish border.

UK archives show Churchill blocked release of Nazi memos

Britain's National Archives have released records showing then Prime Minister Winston Churchill's attempts to cover up a Nazi plot to collaborate with members of the British royal family. The elaborate … Click to Continue »

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