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UK: Brexit bill passes first hurdle in parliament
13th Sep 2017

UK: Brexit bill passes first hurdle in parliament

By Inci Gundag   LONDON (AA): Britain’s parliament voted early Tuesday to give the European Union (Withdrawal) Bill a second reading, clearing the way for Prime Minister Theresa May to launch negotiations for the United Kingdom’s withdrawal from the EU. … Continued

Bahrain: Prince of Wales inaugurates ‘military base’ in Bahrain
12th Nov 2016

Bahrain: Prince of Wales inaugurates ‘military base’ in Bahrain

By Ahmed al-Masry   MANAMA (AA):  Bahraini Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa and British counterpart Prince Charles this week inaugurated a new “facility” for Britain’s Royal Navy in Bahrain’s Salman Military Port, according to reports in Bahrain’s official … Continued

UK: London mayor Khan demands more autonomy
29th Jun 2016

UK: London mayor Khan demands more autonomy

LONDON (AA): London Mayor Sadiq Khan has demanded greater autonomy for the U.K. capital in the wake of Britain leaving the EU. London, Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to remain in the union and many have expressed concerns the British … Continued

UK: Shadowy role of UK forces in Syria hampers debate: MP
7th Jun 2016

UK: Shadowy role of UK forces in Syria hampers debate: MP

LONDON (AA): Britain’s refusal to confirm or deny its special forces are fighting on the ground in Syria makes it impossible to debate the U.K.’s role in the conflict, a leading parliamentarian has charged. Crispin Blunt, a lawmaker and chairman … Continued

Nigeria asks UK for ‘stolen’ money post Cameron gaffe
12th May 2016

Nigeria asks UK for ‘stolen’ money post Cameron gaffe

LAGOS, Nigeria (AA) – Nigerian president shot back at British premier’s “fantastically corrupt nation” remark Wednesday, by calling on the U.K. to return all the money it “stole” from Nigeria. On Tuesday, Britain’s David Cameron was overheard describing Afghanistan and … Continued

UK’s campaign on EU membership vote begins
3rd Feb 2016

UK’s campaign on EU membership vote begins

LONDON (AA) – Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday hailed the renegotiation of Britain’s EU membership as a “very strong and powerful package”. Speaking after European Council President Donald Tusk announced the framework of a new settlement with the U.K., … Continued

Britain’s goals in EU membership talks but no agreement
19th Dec 2015

Britain’s goals in EU membership talks but no agreement

LONDON (AA) – British Prime Minister David Cameron has said he has a “pathway to a deal” on renegotiating Britain’s EU membership following talks with other European leaders. However, nothing was agreed at the EU Council meeting Thurday in Brussels. The prime … Continued

Britain’s EU negotiations to last until February
4th Dec 2015

Britain’s EU negotiations to last until February

LONDON (AA) – Britain’s long-awaited renegotiation of its European Union membership terms will not be concluded until February, David Cameron has said.   The U.K. premier said that the scale of the demands tabled by Britain meant that it was not … Continued

UN: Britain set to draft UN resolution on Syria cease-fire
17th Nov 2015

UN: Britain set to draft UN resolution on Syria cease-fire

NEW YORK (AA): The U.K. will immediately draft a Security Council resolution on a cease-fire in Syria envisaged in talks held in Vienna, Britain’s UN deputy ambassador said Monday. “We are very clear that we are going to take action immediately … Continued

UK: Ahead of Sisi’s UK trip, protests fall on deaf ears
4th Nov 2015

UK: Ahead of Sisi’s UK trip, protests fall on deaf ears

By Michael S. Daventry   LONDON (AA): Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s visit to London this week has caused activists to question Britain’s self-professed commitment to human rights. Sisi will arrive in the city on Wednesday afternoon following an invitation … Continued

UK cancels Saudi prison deal after human rights concerns
14th Oct 2015

UK cancels Saudi prison deal after human rights concerns

LONDON (AA): Britain has cancelled a multimillion pound bid to provide prison services to Saudi Arabia following a row over the Gulf state’s human rights record. Ministers were reported to be divided over the withdrawal, which came after newspapers claimed … Continued

UK: Fish and chips ‘environmentally friendly’
26th Sep 2015

UK: Fish and chips ‘environmentally friendly’

LONDON (AA): Fish and chips, the dish most closely associated with British cuisine, has become more environmentally friendly after a rise in fish stocks, the U.K.’s Marine Conservation Society (MCS) said Friday. In a statement, the society announced stocks of cod … Continued

Palestine: Britain still arming Israel despite targeting of Gazans
3rd Jul 2015

Palestine: Britain still arming Israel despite targeting of Gazans

[Image Creative Commons 15 July 2014 Gaza attack]   IMEMC News & Agencies: The British government has been accused of ignoring evidence that its weaponry may have been used by Israel in its assault on Gaza, last year, after fresh … Continued

24th Jun 2015

UK online snooping against Pakistan ‘alarming’

[Photo: GCHQ. Photo by GCHQ]   By Hassan Belal Zaidi   ISLAMABAD, (Dawn): Digital rights activists and lawmakers appear equally concerned by recent claims that Britain’s Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) gained access to Pakistan’s Internet Exchange under its computer network … Continued

Over 120 people attended a landmark conference on the media reporting of Islam and Muslims. It was held jointly by The Muslim News and Society of Editors in London on September 15.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence 2015 was held on March in London to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to the society.

The Muslim News Awards for Excellence event is to acknowledge British Muslim and non-Muslim contributions to society. Over 850 people from diverse background, Muslim and non-Muslim, attended the gala dinner.

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