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Rupert Murdoch: Sun on Sunday will launch 'very soon'

In an email sent to staff shortly after arriving at the London headquarters of News International on Friday, Murdoch said: “We will build on The Sun’s proud heritage by launching The Sun on Sunday very soon.” 

UK and France sign landmark nuclear power deal

The British government says the agreement will create several commercial deals worth more than $790 million in the nuclear energy field, as well as 1,500 UK jobs. 

UK court issues arrest warrant for Mukhtar Ablyazov, Kazakh billionaire accused of massive fraud

Britain's High Court has issued an arrest warrant for Mukhtar Ablyazov, the Kazakh billionaire and former BTA bank chairman accused of committing one of the world’s biggest ever frauds.

Kate Middleton and Prince William to become Barbie dolls

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge dolls will be dressed in outfits that mimic the couple's wedding.
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Kate Middleton looks back at her maid of honor, sister Pippa, after arriving at Westminster Abbey in London, England for her wedding to Prince William on April 29, 2011. Her dress is by Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)
Mattel isn't the first company to sell Kate and William dolls.
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UK opens world's biggest offshore wind farm

Walney’s 102 Siemens turbines were installed in a record five months as part of the government’s push to establish the UK as the global leader in international wind.

UK Energy Minister Chris Huhne resigns over perversion of justice charges

Mr Huhne, a Liberal Democrat MP for the south-eastern English town of Eastleigh, insisted he was innocent and would fight the charges in the courts, but said he was standing down to “avoid distraction to either my official duties or my trial defence.”

British diplomats accuse Argentina of planning blockade of Falkland Islands

Blocking flights to Chile will make the islands too expensive for Britain to maintain 

Are London’s squatters out of control?

London — Among other incidents, a doctor and his pregnant wife find their $1.6 million north London home taken over by a group of squatters who refused to leave.

Four men admit London Stock Exchange and US embassy bomb plot

Four Al Qaeda-inspired terrorists have admitted planning bomb attacks on the London Stock Exchange, the US embassy and the home of London Mayor Boris Johnson in the run-up to Christmas 2010.
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