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Britain Prime Minister Theresa May First Visit to Meet Donald Trump

Britain Prime Minister Theresa May First Visit to Meet Donald Trump

British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to visit US President Donald Trump in Washington on Friday, making her the first foreign leader to meet with the newly inaugurated president.

Speaking in a televised interview with the BBC’s Andrew Marr, May said she would discuss the countries’ future trade relations, the importance of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and the Syrian conflict. “What I think is important is that when I sit down, I will talk about how I can build on this special relationship. He has already said to me that he wants to see a very strong relationship between the US and the UK in the future,” May said.

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There Has Been A Study In Britain Some Of Us Consumed To Much Alcohol

There Has Been A Study In Britain Some Of Us Consumed To Much Alcohol

Experts think the “missing units” are consumed on special occasions like birthdays and weddings, which drinkers fail to count.

The amount of alcohol consumed in England has been underestimated by the equivalent of 12 million bottles of wine a week, according to new research.

Sales figures have long indicated people drink significantly more than official reports suggest.

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The UK Motor Industry Gets £1bn

The UK Motor Industry Gets £1bn

Britain’s motor industry is to receive more than £1bn in new funding over the next decade to improve its global competitiveness.

The joint UK motor industry and Government automotive strategy has agreed to the deal to help secure the growth and development of the vehicle and component manufacturing sector.

This new funding supports multi-billion pound investments announced in the last few years by global automotive companies to boost production levels and develop new technologies and models.

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New British Citizenship Test Changes

New British Citizenship Test Changes

  • Posted: Jan 31, 2013
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Try your hand at the new version of the exam for aspiring Britons – featuring topics from the London Olympics to the Two Ronnies.

There have been made some changes in the uk citizenship test which must be taken by all immigrants that want to settle in Britain permanently.

The new revised exam, that was introduced in March, the main aspects that will be covered are the following: nation’s culture, past, sport, music, historical facts.

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Facebook ‘Suffers December Traffic Dip As It Reaches Saturation Point

Facebook ‘Suffers December Traffic Dip As It Reaches Saturation Point

  • Posted: Jan 19, 2013
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According to a web traffic measurement firm, Facebook drops its audience in December with 600,000 suggesting it has reached saturation point.

It remained by far the biggest social networking service, with more than 33 million British visitors, or 53 per cent of the market. The way the figures are calculated means members who access their account from more than one device are counted separately on each computer, smartphone or tablet, however.

United States its been consider Facebook’s most developed market with 168 milion users folllowed  by Britain.

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First Britain To Have A Hand Transplant

First Britain To Have A Hand Transplant

  • Posted: Jan 04, 2013
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The first person in the UK to have a hand transplant was a former pub landlord,  who is 51 years old, from West Yorkshire.

Doctors say he is making good progress after an eight-hour operation at Leeds General Infirmary. Doctors approved that is too early to asses how much control of the hand  he got after operation but as far he can wiggle his fingers but no sense of touch

Mark Cahill, from Greetland near Halifax, said: “When I look at it and move it, it just feels like my hand.”Right now it feels really good, it’s not a lot of pain, it looks good, it read more

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4G Rolled Out In The Uk For The First Time

4G Rolled Out In The Uk For The First Time

  • Posted: Oct 30, 2012
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Superfast 4G mobile internet launches on 30 October 2012 across 11 cities in the UK .

It means you can surf the web up to five times faster than 3G but to get the service you’ll need a 4G phone.

People in London, Manchester, Bristol, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, Sheffield, Glasgow or Southampton on the EE network will have access to 4G.

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Olympics Helps Great Britain To Get Out Of Recession

Olympics Helps Great Britain To Get Out Of Recession

  • Posted: Oct 25, 2012
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There was a better than expected growth in the Uk economy after 2012 Olympics.

Analysts today confirmed that the Olympics has grown the UK economy and strong ticket sales helped the UK exit the longest double-dip recession since the Second World War

This is the first estimate of how the economy performed in the third quarter of 2012, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) confirmed a return to growth of 1% over the read more

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