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C. 03-23 ISIS claims responsibility for deadly rampage outside Parliament London
03-22 Five dead in Westminster terror attack
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Brexit begins: UK triggers Article 50
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2017 2017
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Jo Cox MP dead after shooting attack
New Prime Minister Theresa May to form gove...
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Tunisia attack on Sousse beach 'kills 39'
Tories closing in on a majority
Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to daughter
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2015 2015
Business
11 died after single-seat jet crashes at ai...
11 died after single-seat jet crashes at ai...
Tunisia attack on Sousse beach 'kills 39'
2014
ISIS video claims to show beheading of Alan...
Gerry Adams held over 1972 murder
Scots reject independence
Gerry Adams held over 1972 murder
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2014 2014
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Storm with 106-mph gusts slams flooded Brit...
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2014 2014
War & Army
ISIS video claims to show beheading of Alan...
2013
Women 'held as slaves for 30 years'
'Barbaric' slaying may be terror attack
UK MPs vote against Syria action
Duchess gives birth to son
Margaret Thatcher dead at 87
Business
2013 2013
Business
Apollo Theatre roof collapses in London
Helicopter crashes into Glasgow pub
Hurricane-force winds batter northern Eur...
UK MPs vote against Syria action
'Barbaric' slaying may be terror attack
'Barbaric' slaying may be terror attack
2012
French gun victims 'UK tourists'
Pomp, pouring rain for Diamond Jubilee
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Further riots spreads across England
Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
Prince William married Catherine Middleton
Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
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2011 2011
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David Cameron named UK prime minister
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BP says oil has stopped leaking
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2010 2010
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2009
Lockerbie bomber returns to Libya
Two die in Army attack
G20 leaders seal $1tn global deal
G20 leaders vow to restore growth
G20 leaders seal $1tn global deal
G20 leaders vow to restore growth
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Disasters
Two die in Army attack
Lockerbie bomber returns to Libya
Two die in Army attack
2008
Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed'
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2008 2008
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2008 2008
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2007
Blazing car crashes into Glasgow airport
Brown: Let work of change begin
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2007 2007
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2007 2007
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Iran seizes 15 British sailors
Blazing car crashes into Glasgow airport
2006
Poisoned former KGB spy dies
'Plot to blow up planes' foiled
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2006 2006
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2006 2006
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2006 2006
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2006 2006
War & Army
'Plot to blow up planes' foiled
2005
Bombs kill 52
G8 ministers back Africa debt deal
G8 ministers back Africa debt deal
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2005 2005
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Bombs kill 52
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  Brexit begins: UK triggers Article 50


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Mar. 29   London  
  The UK government has formally served divorce papers on EU, signaling the beginning of the end of a relationship that has endured for 44 years
 Theresa May confirmed that the UK had triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty
Mar.22   London   Five dead in Westminster terror attack Map of Westminster London United Kingdom
  At least 40 were injured after an attacker drove a car along a pavement, stabbed a policeman and was shot dead by police in the grounds of Parliament
 The dead officer has been named as PC Keith Palmer, 48. As the attacker drove on the pavement on Westminster Bridge, a woman fell into the River Thames


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Dec.25  England  George Michael: Pop superstar dies at 53

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Jun.23   London     Brexit: UK votes to leave EU in historic referendum
  The UK has voted to leave the European Union after 43 years. The pound fell to its lowest level against the dollar since 1985.    Leave won by 52% to 48% with England and Wales voting strongly for Brexit, while London, Scotland and N. I...
Jun.16  Northern England  Jo Cox MP dead after shooting attack

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May.15  Northern England  Controlled explosion carried out as Man Utd game called off May.6  London  Labour's Sadiq Khan elected 1st Muslim London mayor

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Aug.22  England  11 died after single-seat jet crashes at airshow

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Jun.26   Tunisia   Tunisia attack on Sousse beach 'kills 39'
Map of Sousse Tunisia
  At least 39 people, mostly foreigners, have been killed and 36 injured in an attack on a beach in the Tunisian resort town of Sousse, officials say.    30 dead were from United Kingdom. 23-year-old Seifeddine Rezgui Yacoubi, also known as Abu Yahya al-Qayrawani, a former aviation student of University of Kairouan,...


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May.7  London  Tories closing in on a majority May.2  London  Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to daughter

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Sep.18   Scotland   Scots reject independence
Map of EDINBURGH United Kingdom
  Voters in Scotland turned out in unprecedented numbers and early results suggested they were not in favor of ending union with England.    The 'No' side has an unassailable lead of 1,877,252 votes to 1,512,688. Nationally, the margin of victory is ab...


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Apr.30  Northern Ireland  Gerry Adams held over 1972 murder

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Feb.12  England  Storm with 106-mph gusts slams flooded Britain

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Dec.19  London  Apollo Theatre roof collapses in London Nov.29  Scotland  Helicopter crashes into Glasgow pub Nov.21  London  Women 'held as slaves for 30 years' Jul.22   London   Duchess gives birth to son
Map of Paddington London United Kingdom  The Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a baby boy, Kensington Palace has announced. The baby was delivered at 16:24 BST at St Mary's Hospital May.22  London  'Barbaric' slaying may be terror attack Apr.8  London  Margaret Thatcher dead at 87

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Dec.7  London  Hospital nurse found dead after taking prank call Jul.27   London     Huge ceremony launches 2012 Games
Map of Stratford United Kingdom  The Queen has declared the London Olympics open following a spectacular ceremony, featuring Beckham, Wiggins and James Bond Jun.3  London  Pomp, pouring rain for Diamond Jubilee

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Jul.7  London  Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing Apr.29   London     Prince William married Catherine Middleton
Map of Westminster United Kingdom  Prince William of Wales slipped a gold ring onto the finger of Catherine Middleton, and the couple vowed to love, comfort, honor each other

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May.11  London  David Cameron named UK prime minister

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Aug.20   Libya     Lockerbie bomber returns to Libya
  Abdelbaset Ali al-Megrahi, 57, has left Scotland on board a plane bound for Libya after being freed from prison on compassionate grounds Apr.2  London  G20 leaders seal $1tn global deal

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Jul.20  London  Fans receive final Potter book Jun.30  Scotland  Blazing car crashes into Glasgow airport Jun.27  London  Brown: Let work of change begin Mar.23   Iran     Iran seizes 15 British sailors
Map of Persian Gulf Iran  The naval patrol seized sailors who had boarded a vessel suspected of smuggling cars off the coast of Iraq

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Aug.9  London  'Plot to blow up planes' foiled Feb.22  England  Robbers take $44M to $88M in heist

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Jul.7   London   Bombs kill 52
  A series of 4 'callous' and coordinated bombings in transport system. Power failed on crowded underground trains Jun.11  London  G8 ministers back Africa debt deal

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Oct.23  Northern Ireland  IRA put weapons beyond use
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Jul. 1, 1997   Hong Kong   Transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong   It marked the end of British rule in Hong Kong, and is considered by many to be the unofficial end of the British Empire Jan. 1, 1990   England   Sir Tim Berners-Lee invents the World Wide Web  An English computer scientist, best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web. He made a proposal for an information management system Apr. 2, 1982   Falklands   Falklands War   A ten-week war between Argentina and the United Kingdom over two British overseas territories in the South Atlantic Dec. 8, 1980   New York   Death of John Lennon   An English musician who gained worldwide fame as one of the members of the Beatles, was shot by Mark David Chapman May. 3, 1979   London   Margaret Thatcher becomes prime minister   'Iron Lady' was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century and is the only woman to have held the office Nov. 14, 1948  London  Prince Charles born Aug. 15, 1947   New Delhi   India became independent nation  British Parliament passed the Indian Independence Act 1947. Violent clashes between Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims followed Mar. 5, 1946   Missouri   Winston Churchill 'Iron Curtain' speech   Churchill's 'Sinews of Peace' address at Westminster College, used the term "iron curtain" in the context of Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe Jan. 10, 1946   London   First United Nations General Assembly held in London   The first session was convened on 10 January 1946 in the Westminster Central Hall in London and included representatives of 51 nations May. 9, 1945   Berlin     World War II ends in Europe  The final battles of the European Theatre of World War II as well as the German surrender to the Western Allies and the Soviet Union Aug. 25, 1944   Paris     Allies liberated Paris  A military combat that took place from 19 August 1944 until the German garrison surrendered the French capital on 25 August 1944 Jun. 6, 1944   France     Invasion of Normandy   The invasion by and establishment of Western Allied forces, during Operation Overlord; the largest amphibious invasion to ever take place Aug. 14, 1941   Maritime Provinces     Atlantic Charter made public   The Charter was a pivotal policy statement, defined the Allied goals for the post-war world. It was drafted by the leaders of the UK and the... Aug. 8, 1940   England Battle of Britain began
Jun. 3, 1940   France Evacuation of Dunkirk completed May. 10, 1940   London Winston Churchill becomes prime minister Sep. 3, 1939   London Britain and France declare war on Germany May. 28, 1937  London  Neville Chamberlain becomes prime minister Dec. 10, 1936   London King Edward VIII of England abdicates to marry Mrs. Simpson Apr. 21, 1926   London Queen Elizabeth II born Mar. 2, 1922  London  First woman member admitted to British House of Lords Sep. 10, 1919   France Treaty of St. Germain signed Jun. 28, 1919   France Treaty of Versailles signed Dec. 1, 1919  London  Lady Astor first woman member of House of Commons Nov. 2, 1917   London Balfour Declaration promises a Jewish homeland Aug. 3, 1916  London  Sir Roger Casement hanged May. 7, 1915   Ireland German submarine torpedoes the Lusitania off the coast of Ireland Aug. 4, 1914   London Britain declares war on Germany Apr. 14, 1912   Maritime Provinces S.S. Titanic sank Apr. 8, 1904   London Entente Cordiale signed by England and France Mar. 29, 1902  Northern England  Sir William Walton born Oct. 9, 1899   South Africa Second Boer War begins Jun. 12, 1897  Northern England  Sir Anthony Eden born Jun. 5, 1883  England  John Maynard Keynes born Jul. 11, 1882   Egypt Alexandria bombarded by the British Sep. 22, 1880  Northern England  Dame Christabel Pankhurst, suffragette, born Jun. 1, 1878  England  John Masefield born Mar. 10, 1876   Canada First intelligible sentences transmitted by Bell on the telephone Nov. 30, 1874   England Winston Churchill born Jun. 9, 1870  England  Charles Dickens died Dec. 30, 1865   Mumbai Rudyard Kipling born Mar. 26, 1859  England  A.E. Houseman born Jul. 26, 1856   Ireland George Bernard Shaw born Sep. 11, 1855   Crimea Sebastopol surrendered Dec. 9, 1854  London  Publication of Tennyson's Charge of the Light Brigade Nov. 13, 1850  Scotland  Robert Louis Stevenson born Apr. 10, 1848  London  Chartists present Petition to Parliament Jan. 25, 1839  London  W.H. Fox Talbot produces first photographic negative Jun. 20, 1837   London Queen Victoria ascends throne Sep. 15, 1830  Northern England  Manchester to Liverpool Railway opened Apr. 5, 1827  London  Joseph Lister born Jan. 29, 1820  England  Death of George III Aug. 16, 1819  Northern England  Peterloo Massacre May. 24, 1819   London Queen Victoria born Aug. 20, 1818  Northern England  Emily Bronte born Jun. 18, 1815   Belgium Napoleon Bonaparte defeated at Waterloo Jul. 25, 1814  Northern England  George Stephenson constructs first effective steam locomotive Feb. 7, 1812  England  Charles Dickens born Feb. 12, 1809  England  Charles Darwin born Feb. 21, 1801  London  Cardinal Newman born Feb. 5, 1788  Northern England  St. Robert Peel born Sep. 3, 1783   Paris Definitive Treaty of Paris signed ending American Revolution Jun. 9, 1781  Northern England  George Stephenson, locomotive inventor, born Jun. 5, 1776  Scotland  Adam Smith born Aug. 12, 1774  England  Robert Southey born Apr. 7, 1770  Northern England  William Wordsworth born Feb. 17, 1766  England  Thomas Malthus born May. 16, 1763  London  James Boswell meets Samuel Johnson Jan. 25, 1759  Scotland  Robert Burns born Sep. 29, 1758  England  Lord Nelson born Jun. 4, 1738  London  George III born May. 1, 1707   London Union of England and Scotland as Great Britain Aug. 10, 1675  London  Greenwich Observatory founded Dec. 16, 1653   London Oliver Cromwell becomes Lord Protector of the Commonwealth Apr. 23, 1616   England William Shakespeare died Jul. 29, 1588  England  Spanish Armada destroyed Jul. 7, 1535  London  Sir Thomas More executed May. 22, 1455  London  Battle of St. Albans begins War of Roses Sep. 30, 1399  London  Deposition of Richard II of England Jun. 24, 1314  Scotland  Battle of Bannockburn Jan. 20, 1265  London  First meeting of House of Commons Jun. 19, 1215  London  King John seals Magna Carta Oct. 14, 1066  England  Battle of Hastings