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‘Was groomed by older men online before I left to join ISIS’: Shamima Begum claims she does not hate Britain

Shamima Begum, an ISIS bride, claimed she was groomed by older men and friends online before she left for Syria with two friends to join the Islamic Jihad.

‘Britain would be a lesser country without your contribution’ – UK PM Boris Johnson to British Indians on Diwali

In his Diwali greetings, Boris Johnson thanked the British Indian community for their service during the Covid-19 pandemic

After India’s tit-for-tat, UK backtracks, says no quarantine rules for Indians fully vaccinated with Covidshield: How events unfolded

Earlier in September this year, UK imposed travel restrictions, decided to label fully vaccinated Indian citizens as 'unvaccinated individuals'

UK fuel shortage: London petrol station owner Nerali Patel assaulted, racially abused by British man, suffers head injury

Nerali Patel, 38 and a mother of 2, who runs a BP petrol station at Haverstock Hill, North London, was attacked and violently pushed to the ground by the British man.

Britain doesn’t have enough truck drivers, and now it doesn’t have enough fuel. Read about the fuel crisis where army could get involved

The British Petroleum on Sunday said that nearly a third of its petrol stations in the country had run out of the two main grades of fuel.

Former ISIS bride Shamima Begum wants British people to forgive her, claims she did not know it was a death cult and there...

Former ISIS bride Shamima Begum said she was not aware that ISIS was a death cult. Earlier, she had justified the Manchester Arena terrorist attacks.

Approval rating of Narendra Modi highest among 13 global leaders, 7 leaders including Trudeau, Johnson have negative ratings

Net approval rating of Narendra Modi was highest at 45 in the week ended August 31, according to Morning Consult Political Intelligence

The British embassy left details of its Afghan staff behind for the Taliban to find: Here is what had transpired

Conservative MP and ex-Afghan veteran Tom Tugendhat emphasised that the parliamentary Foreign Affairs Select Committee will conduct an inquiry into the matter.

British MPs approve parliamentary motion to boycott the ‘Genocide Games’, the Winter Olympics to be hosted by China next year

The British MPs passed a motion called on the British government to not send any representatives to the Winter Olympics to be held in China

British media announces they are sending elephants to Kenya for ‘rewilding’, Kenya govt says they have no idea

British media claimed that a herd of elephants was to be shifted to Kenya to be 'rewilded' and let back into the wild

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