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Why The Cats On The Isle Of Man Have No Tails

52 minutes agoHumor / odd : The Presurfer

image credit In the towns dotted across Britain's Isle of Man, you can sometimes spy a particularly eye-catching resident. It is a cat seemingly like any other, only missing something: its tail.The animal has captured the hearts of pet owners both on the island and much further afield. Show More Summary

This house builder gave a vital clue as to why Britain isn't building more houses

Britain has a terrible shortage of housing. Basically there are too many people looking to buy a property and too little available on the market. In turn, this sky rockets prices. People are desperate for properties. So what's holding house builders back? Home builder Redrow gave a clue in its results statement today. Show More Summary

U.K. Conservatives Urged To Ditch Populist European Allies Alternative For Germany

1 hour agoNews : Newsweek: US

Britain’s center-right Conservative party is being urged to ditch one of its right-wing bedfellows in the European parliament. At home in the U.K., Conservative politicians, led by British Prime Minister David Cameron, are trying to seize the political center ground. Show More Summary

Families of ISIS Victims Call for Extradition of Jihadi John Accomplice Aine Davis to U.K.

Britain must work to extradite a suspected London-born accomplice of the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) executioner Mohammed Emwazi, better known as Jihadi John, from Turkey, the families of two of the group’s British victims said...Show More Summary

10 things you need to know in markets today

Good morning! Here's what you need to know in markets on Monday. HSBC is set to keep its headquarters in the UK after ten months of deliberation. The Financial Times reports that the bank is leaning towards staying in Britain, and that...Show More Summary

Britain’s Financial Machine Mostly Leery of an E.U. Exit

London is a hub of international trading, and most banking executives say that they would have much to lose from a so-called Brexit. But some see benefits.

Storm Imogen Blasts UK With Monster Waves And Violent Winds

Storm Imogen continues to batter Britain, bringing strong winds, monster waves and heavy rains that have been captured in a frightening pictorial by the Guardian. The weather has been described as “phenomenal.” Winds of more than 70mph have been recorded in many areas: 84mph in Pembrey Sands, 81mph in the Isles of Scilly, and 96mph... Show More Summary

In Britain, Muslim Women Undermined While Seeking Office by Muslim Labour Councillors

Pop quiz: You are a member of a left-wing political party, traditionally concerned with equality and women’s rights. What do you do when your male councillors stand accused of a sustained, decades-long effort to sabotage female candidates...Show More Summary

European banks got slaughtered on Monday

European markets crashed to near one and a half year lows on Monday as banking stocks across the continent, dogged by concerns about global growth and excessive lending, dragged markets from Britain to Italy deep into the red. EveryShow More Summary

Storm Imogen is waging a deadly war against Britain's trampolines

LONDON — Storm Imogen has barrelled its way into the UK, and it looks as though one of its main targets has been the nation's trampolines. See also: 16 photos that show the havoc wreaked by Storm Frank in the UK Imogen is the UK's ninth named storm. Show More Summary

17 Times Tom Hiddleston Charmed the Pants Off of Everyone

17 hours agoEntertainment / Film : Moviefone

Tom Hiddleston is maybe the best thing to come out of Britain in forever. He took over the world -- and our hearts -- as Loki in "Thor" and "The Avengers," and the internet has been obsessed with him ever since. Who can blame them? He's got the accent, he's incredibly witty, and he cleans up nicely. Show More Summary

Opportunity Knocks: Guillermo Rigondeaux Can Benefit from Fighting in Britain

Promoter Frank Warren pulled off a smart business move in getting Guillermo Rigondeaux to come to Liverpool, England, for his next fight. Rigondeaux, a Cuban-born, Florida-based super bantamweight whom The Ring rates as the best in the...Show More Summary

THE ABOLITION OF BRITAIN: If these really are “The 10 greatest living Englishmen,” as chosen by the …

THE ABOLITION OF BRITAIN: If these really are “The 10 greatest living Englishmen,” as chosen by the London Telegraph, no wonder England seems so culturally exhausted. We know the once-conservative Telegraph certainly is.  

Thousands of refugees may enter Britain if it leaves EU: Cameron

LONDON (Reuters) - Thousands of refugees could flock to Britain from France if voters decide to leave the European Union, a spokesman for David Cameron said on Monday, underlining the prime minister's stance that an exit would hurt security.

The round-up: Gove’s Gloss and the Assange Saga

  In the News The UN working group on arbitrary detention have concluded that the Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been “arbitrarily detained” by Britain and Sweden in the Ecuadorian Embassy for the last three and a half years. In particular, the working group considered that Mr Assange had not been guaranteed a fair trial, in […]

Zayn Malik ‘Pillowtalk’ Single & ‘Mind of Mine’ Album Are More Sexually Explicit Than One Direction Albums

Zayn Malik released his new single, “Pillowtalk” Friday January 29, and by the following Friday, February 5. It was topping the charts in Britain with record breaking sales, downloads and views. Fans were hungry for a taste of that new Zayn sound. Show More Summary

Mark Ruffalo Tells David Cameron He’s Wrong On Fracking

Mark Ruffalo warned Britain PM David Cameron he is making a big “legacy ruining mistake” by supporting fracking in the UK. Actor and environmental activist Mark Ruffalo has been protesting against gas drilling for years and most recently called on Barack Obama to ban fracking in the US. Show More Summary

UK Litvinenko Report Has 'No Reliable Evidence' - US Expert

American analyst and academic William Dunkerley has harshly criticized the so-called 'Litvinenko Report', Britain's governmental inquiry into the death of Alexander Litvinenko.

Unsigned Check: Critics Say Britain's EU Deal Won't Deter Immigration

Euroskeptic critics in the UK have raised concerns over Britain's proposed changes to its EU membership and the impact on immigration, with one of the country's leading 'Out' campaigners telling Sputnik that the plans could actually encourage more people to move to and stay in the UK.

Britain may be forced to suddenly hike taxes or impose austerity measures

Britain's economy is set to grow by 2.7% this year, the country is heading towards full employment, and real wages have risen by 7% over the last two years. Everything looks pretty good for Britain's economy and it suggests that theShow More Summary

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