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The Letters Patent is dated March 20 1326, and grants land to a supporter in the Scottish Wars of Independence in return for archers.
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Brexit caused huge drop in Great Britain to Ireland exports in 2021Irish government figures come days after M&S says it is scrapping 800 lines due to ‘excessive paperwork’ A freight lorry waits at the port of Dover in England. Work has not yet started on border posts in Dover or Wales. Photograph: Xinhua/Rex/Shutterstock
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Study assessed download pattern of popular songs, including Bad Romance by Lady Gaga
Government explores ways to improve trade links with US after losing hope for direct free trade agreement
The French president's office said President Emmanuel Macron expects “clarifications and clear commitments” from President Joe Biden in a call later Wednesday to address the submarines dispute
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Researchers believe the cavity was formed by an ancient supernovae.
MEPs voted overwhelmingly to impose sanctions against the new government in Lebanon.View on euronews
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If only the line could be extended on to Clapham Junction, central Wandsworth, East Putney, Roehampton, Kingston University, then Kingston. The failure to extend the “branch line” to Clapham Junction seemed like a missed opportunity to me too. The key now is to get Crossrail 2 — which would serve south-west London — out of the long grass, rather than dwelling on what may have been with an otherwise commendable Northern line extension.
The number of new COVID-19 cases across the world has seen its biggest fall in more than two months, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said. New coronavirus infections fell to 3.6 million cases last week - down from the global figure of four million for the previous seven days. In its latest update on the pandemic, the WHO said two regions saw a major decrease in fresh cases - a 22% fall in the Middle East and a 16% drop in South East Asia.
An executive at a major meat supplier said that his firm could face an extra £1 million in costs every month.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has conceded that a post-Brexit trade deal with the U.S. is not imminent as he revealed the decades-long U.S. ban on the import of British lamb would be lifted
The chief executive of the Railway Industry Association said the UK should be ‘optimistic’ about UK railways’ role in economic recovery
WHO slashes guideline limits on air pollution from fossil fuels. Level for the most damaging tiny particles is halved, reflecting new evidence of deadly harm
Deputies stood in for their bosses at PMQs as Raab’s infamous holiday was used again to attack Tories