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May softens tone on Brexit plan
LONDON: Prime Minister Theresa May promised on Wednesday to listen more closely to business concerns about Britain leaving the European Union (EU) as she set out a Brexit-focused government programme, pared back to reflect her weakened authority. Chastened by an election which left her Conservative Party short of a majority in parliament and reopened debate on the nature of Britain’s EU exit, May also sidelined reform on social
 
 
Prince Philip in hospital with infection
London: Prince Philip, the 96-year-old husband of Queen Elizabeth II, has been admitted to hospital as a “precautionary measure” for treatment of an infection, Buckingham Palace said on Wednesday. The infection arose from “a pre-existing condition”, the palace said. The Duke of Edinburgh, who is to retire from public duties later this year, was admitted to King Edward VII Hospital in London on Tuesday night. Prince Philip had be
   
Prince Harry reveals distress at Diana’s funeral
London: Britain’s Prince Harry has spoken out about the heartbreaking images of him following his mother’s coffin during her 1997 funeral, telling Newsweek that no “child should be asked to do that.” The 32-year-old prince has recently opened up about the mental scars left by his mother’s death in a car crash almost 20 years ago, and told the US weekly magazine of the pain of having to walk behind her coffin in front of thousands
 
 
EU migration to Britain falls sharply: Study
LONDON: The number of people moving to Britain from Eastern Europe has fallen by around a third since the Brexit vote, according to a study released on Wednesday that suggested the plunge in the pound could be to blame. The study focused on eight countries that became part of the EU in 2004: Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia. The analysis by the Migration Observatory at the Univers
   
New US world role threat to security: UK ex-spy boss
OCCUPIED Jerusalem: A former head of Britain’s foreign intelligence agency told an Israeli security conference on Wednesday that the United States’ declining world role under President Donald Trump is today’s greatest menace. “The biggest threat the world faces is how we all adjust to the progressive withdrawal of responsible American leadership and the network of alliances that America maintained with Europe, with Asian countries
 
 
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