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Britain's top cop calls for law on police use of AI

24 Feb 2020

LONDON Britain's most senior police officer on Monday called on the government to create a legal framework for police use of new technologies such as artificial intelligence.

EU red tape strangling UK sausage prospects, say producers

18 Feb 2020

LONDON British producers will not be able to export processed meat like sausages and burgers to Europe after Brexit unless they get a specific European Union health certificate which currently does not exist, the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) said.

EU red tape strangling UK sausage prospects, say producers

18 Feb 2020

LONDON, Feb 18 British producers will not be able to export processed meat like sausages and burgers to Europe after Brexit unless they get a specific European Union health certificate which currently does not exist, the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) said.

Climate protesters dig up Cambridge college's lawn

17 Feb 2020

LONDON Extinction Rebellion climate protesters dug up the lawn of Trinity College, Cambridge on Monday, as part of a week-long series of demonstrations in Britain's ancient university town.

Climate protesters dig up Cambridge college's lawn

17 Feb 2020

LONDON, Feb 17 Extinction Rebellion climate protesters dug up the lawn of Trinity College, Cambridge on Monday, as part of a week-long series of demonstrations in Britain's ancient university town.

UK house prices jump by most since 2017 in post-election bounce - RICS

13 Feb 2020

LONDON British house prices rose at the fastest pace in nearly three years last month, according to a closely watched survey that adds to signs of a rebound in consumer sentiment since December's election lifted some Brexit uncertainty.

Vijay Mallya appeals against extradition from Britain

11 Feb 2020

LONDON Indian businessman Vijay Mallya launched an appeal in Britain's High Court on Tuesday against a 2018 decision to extradite him to India to face fraud charges resulting from the collapse of his defunct company Kingfisher Airlines.

UK's Kew Gardens to help protect Australia's plants after wildfires

08 Feb 2020

LONDON Britain is to protect Australia's plants and trees by helping the emergency collection of seeds in areas devastated by wildfires and storing some of the rarest specimens in the world's biggest wild seed bank.

Kew Gardens to help protect Australia's plants after wildfires

08 Feb 2020

LONDON Britain is to protect Australia's plants and trees by helping the emergency collection of seeds in areas devastated by wildfires and storing some of the rarest specimens in the world's biggest wild seed bank.

Britain urges doctors to step up vigilance after third citizen infected with coronavirus

07 Feb 2020

LONDON Britain said on Thursday a British national was confirmed to have contracted coronavirus after travelling to an Asian country other than China and told doctors to be vigilant to those showing symptoms from a wider range of countries.

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