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<strong>British</strong> Grand Prix: Ferrari too slow, says ninth-place Vettel

British Grand Prix: Ferrari too slow, says ninth-place Vettel

11 Jul 2016

Silverstone: Sebastian Vettel said his Ferrari car was too slow for him to do any better after finishing ninth in Formula One's British Grand Prix.

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Vijay Mallya to attend Formula 1 <strong>British</strong> Grand Prix tomorrow

Vijay Mallya to attend Formula 1 British Grand Prix tomorrow

07 Jul 2016

Silverstone: Troubled Indian businessman Vijay Mallya is set to make a rare public appearance in the United Kingdom tomorrow when he is scheduled to attend the team bosses press conference ahead of the Formula 1 British Grand Prix.

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UKIP leader Nigel Farage quits, punching another hole in <strong>British</strong> politics

UKIP leader Nigel Farage quits, punching another hole in British politics

04 Jul 2016

London: The leader of Britain's insurgent right-wing populist UK Independence Party said today he was stepping down after realising his ambition to win a vote for Britain to leave the EU, punching another hole in the country's chaotic politics.

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Closure of Murdoch’S NOTW benefiting other <strong>tabloids</strong>

Closure of Murdoch’S NOTW benefiting other tabloids

13 Aug 2011

The circulation of British tabloids has shot up after media baron Rupert Murdoch closed down News of the World in July in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal, latest industry figures show. The Sunday Mirror picked up the most new customers with average sales for July of 1,786,454 copies almost 700,000 more than in June.

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<strong>British</strong> PM urged to resign if 'Leave' wins

British PM urged to resign if 'Leave' wins

24 Jun 2016

London: Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Nigel Farage today said that British Prime Minister David Cameron should resign "immediately" if the 'Leave' vote wins in the European Union (EU) referendum resulting in the country's exit.

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Australia's <strong>British</strong> expats vital for Brexit vote

Australia's British expats vital for Brexit vote

23 Jun 2016

Canberra: Australia's British expats could play a vital role in whether or not Britain remains in the European Union (EU), as around 1.2 million British citizens living here are eligible to vote in the landmark referendum today.

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<strong>British</strong> man charged for attempting to kill Donald Trump

British man charged for attempting to kill Donald Trump

21 Jun 2016

Los Angeles: A 19-year-old Britsh man has been charged for trying to grab a police officer's gun at a Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas in a bid to kill the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.

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<strong>British</strong> Prime Minister David Cameron invokes India in anti-Brexit debate

British Prime Minister David Cameron invokes India in anti-Brexit debate

20 Jun 2016

London: British Prime Minister David Cameron has invoked increasing trade with India as part of his plea to the public to vote to remain in the EU in Thursday's crucial referendum, saying the UK could do more with the country but cutting off from the main market would be "economic madness".

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EU meets without Britain for first time since Brexit vote

EU meets without Britain for first time since Brexit vote

29 Jun 2016

Brussels: Europe's leaders meet today without Britain for the first time following its shock decision to leave the EU, trying to pick up the pieces and prevent further disintegration.

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Brexit: Indians are part of the flock, let's face the music

Brexit: Indians are part of the flock, let's face the music

25 Jun 2016

London: British voters have spoken and they have spoken clearly and loudly to exit from the European Union. The next three months will be crucial for the country when the new team at 10 Downing Street begins their talks to find out new deals to protect the country's interests.

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