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  1. Branded signs are seen outside a branch of RBS bank in Nottingham

    RBS Chief McEwan hopes to resolve Justice Department case in 2018

    Royal Bank of Scotland hopes to reach a settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over alleged mis-selling of toxic mortgage-backed securities ...
  2. European Union flags flutter outside the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels

    EU sets May 26 for 2019 EU parliament election

    The next elections to the European Parliament will take place in most countries on May 26, 2019, EU governments agreed on Tuesday.
  3. French couple Sabrina Kouider and Ouissem Medouni are accused of murdering their nanny

    London couple stand trial for murder of French nanny

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    Russia hits back in spy poisoning row as experts called in

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    Global regulators to work on test bed for fintechs

  6. A police officer stands on duty outside the home of Nikolai Glushkov in New Malden, on the outskirt

    No sign of forced entry in suspected murder of Russian businessman: UK police

    British police said on Monday there was no sign of forced entry to the house of a Russian businessman who they believe was murdered at his home in ...
  7. FILE PHOTO: Anti-Brexit campaigners, Borders Against Brexit protest outside Irish Government buildi

    Ireland demands border assurance before Brexit transition deal

    The Irish government demanded on Monday that the European Union ensure Britain is not "backsliding" on an interim accord about the Northern ...
  8. Breaking out of the box: Halah Alhamrani, 41, has set up her own gym for women in the coastal city

    Pulling no punches: Saudi woman boxer breaks exercise taboo

  9. Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May delivers her speech at the Conservative Party?s Spring

    British PM May rallies party with warning to Russia

  10. A visitor looks at a painting showing former Russian spy Alexander Litvinenko in his hosital bed in

    Britain, Russia spy sagas: Past sanctions