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A senior official says Britain has been using Huawei technology in its systems for the past 15 years. Banning Huawei entirely could also cost 'billions' of pounds and delay the rollout of 5G and full-fiber broadband.
On Thursday, diplomats from the EU member states will approve the deal in writing. Then, on Friday, January 31, Britain spends its last day in the EU before leaving the bloc at 2300 GMT as clocks strike midnight in Brussels.
With the head of state's ceremonial approval of the withdrawal legislation, Britain can finally leave its closest neighbors and trading partners after years of bickering and 3 delays
The Welsh-born actor, director, and comedian dies at the age of 77 after a long battle with a rare form of dementia
The only hurdle left to formal ratification now is royal assent by Queen Elizabeth II, paving the way for Britain to leave the EU on January 31
As far as shopping goes, farmers' markets and roadside produce stands in North Saanich may replace the luxury of Harrods for the time being
The lawyers claim there had been attempts to photograph inside Harry and Meghan's new home using long lenses, and say paparazzi are camped outside the property
The announcement comes as Facebook's head of global affairs and communications Nick Clegg, a former UK deputy prime minister, again urged action on setting new rules for the internet
The iconic British group are hailed on a coin kicking off a Music Legends series being produced by the official mint
Harry and Meghan will be free to earn their own money after giving up their royal titles and allowances
Opening the first UK-Africa Investment Summit in London, Prime Minister Boris Johnson makes a clear pitch for business less than two weeks before Britain leaves the European Union
(UPDATED) The Daily Telegraph reports that Prince Charles would probably continue paying his son some money from his private income for the next year
Meghan has admitted on UK television in October that she 'really tried to adopt this British sensibility of a stiff upper lip. I tried, I really tried.' But she admitted sadly: 'That's not the point of life. You've got to thrive.'
Much of the British media interprets the ruling as the Queen's punishment for Prince Harry and wife Meghan, who both resigned from front-line royal duties
Chef Budgie Montoya's star dish is the 'Lechon Liempo,' slow-roasted pork belly rolled and stuffed with various ingredients
'Canada is not a halfway house for anyone looking to get out of Britain while remaining a royal,' says one tabloid editorial
'Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress of Japan have accepted an invitation from Her Majesty The Queen to pay a state visit to the United Kingdom in spring 2020,' a brief statement from Buckingham Palace reads
This comes hours after UK's foreign office had summoned Iran's ambassador in London to lodge its 'strong objections' to the arrest of Britain's ambassador Rob Macaire
Asked if the intelligence-sharing relationship between the UK and US could be harmed by Huawei developing Britain's 5G, MI5 director general Andrew Parker says, 'I've no reason today to think that'
(UPDATED) The British government calls Ambassador Rob Macaire's arrest a 'flagrant violation of international law'
UK Ambassador Rob Macaire is accused of allegedly 'inciting' protesters in Tehran angry at the military's accidental downing of a Ukranian passenger jet
Queen Elizabeth II wants a 'workable solution' that would take into account Prince Harry and wife Meghan's demands for more freedom
The wax statues of Prince Harry and Meghan will be placed in a separate section of the London museum after the two resigned as senior members of the royal family
Think Prince Harry and Meghan's resignation is the ultimate royal shocker? It's far from the only one
British newspapers are full of reports of a family 'split' and the queen's 'dismay'
The mood in the palace is understood to be one of disappointment and even 'hurt,' according to the BBC
(UPDATED) The House of Commons will rush through a final day of hearings and ratify Prime Minister Boris Johnson's divorce deal with Brussels, drawing a line under an extraordinary period of political chaos
Here are 5 major moments in their relationship, which has seen them go from being the royal family's hottest property to their shock announcement that they were stepping back from major royal duties
There have been signs that the couple have increasingly struggled with the pressures of royal life and family rifts
Lawmakers begin 3 days of debate on legislation to enshrine Boris Johnson's divorce deal, with few hurdles to its passing expected after he won a comfortable majority at recent elections
The brand is known for its modern take on the traditional bakya
The Crown Prosecution Service says Reynhard Sinaga is suspected of attacking 'scores' more men since he moved to Britain in 2007, calling him 'the worst-known sex offender in the country's history'
This means that 'ethical veganism' is protected under the UK's anti-discrimination laws
(UPDATED) Revellers watch fireworks display from Australia to the United Kingdom to welcome 2020
The Earthshot Prize will be awarded to 5 people every year over the next decade, and aims to provide at least 50 answers to some of the greatest problems facing the planet by 2030
But Britain's protection was ultimately not needed after the deposed dictator Ferdinand Marcos, Corazon Aquino's rival in the 1986 snap presidential elections, steps down
Will it get harder to travel to the UK? Will remittances be cheaper or more expensive? How easy will it be for Filipinos to get a job there?
'Harry Potter' author J.K. Rowling tweets her support for Maya Forstater, a UK researcher who was fired over insisting that 'it is impossible to change sex'
The Conservative leader is expected to carry out a limited cabinet reshuffle before welcoming new MPs to parliament following his landslide win in the December 12 general election
The singer is scheduled to perform at the festival on June 28, 2020
'I will make no bones about it. The election result on Thursday was a body blow for everyone who so desperately needs real change in our country,' Jeremy Corbyn writes in the Sunday Mirror newspaper
Prime Minister Boris Johnson ran the campaign on the promise to 'get Brexit done' — a simple but effective message with profound implications for Britain's most politically volatile region
London stocks and the British pound jump on hopes of an end to years of uncertainty, which has hurt investment and economic growth
(3rd UPDATE) Boris Johnson's Conservative party secures 365 seats – its biggest majority since the heyday of Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s
The 27 remaining European Union chiefs have a packed summit agenda and a dispute to resolve over how to fund the fight against climate change, but diplomats will have an ear to the ground for news from the United Kingdom
Up for grabs are all 650 seats in the British parliament, which has been deadlocked since the 2016 referendum on EU membership that saw a majority vote to leave
Jeremy Corbyn is offering the country a choice between a newly negotiated, softer form of Brexit and staying in the European Union
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has toned down his trademark jokes and bluster, as he focuses on a promise to 'Get Brexit Done' by finally taking Britain out of the European Union
Britons head to the polls for the third time in 4 years on Thursday, December 12, against a backdrop of political deadlock since a 2016 referendum which saw a majority opt to leave the EU