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Pakistan appreciates its links with the United Kingdom, PM Shehbaz says Johnson

Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif has restated Pakistan's aim to strengthen ties with the United Kingdom in various spheres, with a particular emphasis on increased economic and investment cooperation. In a phone call with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Monday, he stated that Pakistan values its relations with the UK, built on historical ties...

The UK’s Pakistan representative wants Russia to be condemned for its activities in Ukraine.

Nigel Casey, the British Prime Minister's Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, has said that Pakistan and the UK have a mature relationship that enables both nations to talk candidly about topics they differ from. Nigel Casey stated that Pakistan and the UK have a great connection, although they disagree on specific topics. When questioned...

Britain considers deploying large numbers of NATO troops to Ukraine crisis

According to a foreign news agency, the British government has said that in case of any intrusion by Russia into Ukraine, immediate sanctions would be imposed, and it would be disastrous for both. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is visiting the region next week and will also communicate by telephone with Russian President Vladimir Putin. In...

The United Kingdom asked to nab India’s army chief and home minister in connection with alleged “war crimes” in Kashmir.

Law firm Stoke White says it has submitted evidence including 2,000 testimonies to UK police documenting how troops led by General MM Naravane and Home Minister Amit Shah were directly involved in alleged war crimes and torture in disputed region. A London-based law firm has filed an application with British police seeking the arrest of...

Flu levels remain low in UK despite spread of Omicron, data shows

Levels of flu remain low in the UK despite Covid cases rising considerably over Christmas and the new year, official data shows. The Omicron variant of coronavirus has spread rapidly around the UK, leading to a sharp rise in infections and, subsequently, hospitalisations. According to figures from the Office for National Statistics released on Wednesday, one in...

France shuts out UK tourists over Omicron concerns

Travel to France for tourism will be prohibited, and visitors would be forced to provide a "compelling cause" to enter the nation. The new travel restrictions, which will take effect at midnight on December 17, are due to the Omicron coronavirus strain. The French government cites the UK government's recent announcement that the UK...

UK Covid 6 December, 41 deaths and 51,459 active cases

On December 5th, 2021, a total of 1,137,998 tests were recorded. Compared to the preceding seven days, this is an increase of 11.1 per cent. There have been 7,392,575 tests performed between November 29th, 2021, and December 5th, 2021. Cases A confirmed case is someone who has been diagnosed with coronavirus after testing positive. On December 6th, 2021,...

UK police reject Indian reports about raid at pro-Khalistan group’s office in London

LONDON: Rejecting the Indian media reports, Scotland Yard has clarified that it did not raid the West London office of the Sikhs For Justice (SFJ). The UK police issued the clarification after several Indian media organizations started propaganda that detectives of the metropolitan police had carried out an intelligence-led raid on the pro-Khalistan group over...

UK, Pakistan finalize negotiations on crucial readmissions agreement for return of illegal migrants

The United Kingdom and Pakistan have finalised negotiations on the UK-Pakistan Readmissions Agreement, which will ensure the return of illegal migrants who have no lawful basis to remain in the country, the British High Commission Islamabad announced Friday. British Permanent Home Secretary Matthew Rycroft, during a two-day visit to Pakistan, finalised the negotiations with Adviser...

Liverpool Women’s hospital explosion: three terror arrests after man killed in taxi blast

Men detained under Terrorism Act after incident outside hospital that also injured taxi driver Vikram Dodd and Helen Pidd Mon 15 Nov 2021 07.16 GMT Three men have been arrested under terror legislation after a taxi explosion outside Liverpool Women’s hospital that killed the passenger. The men – aged 29, 26 and 21 – were detained in the Kensington area...