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The New York Times

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Recent articles by Mark:

Britain Moves Ahead With Plans to Scrap Trade Rules on Northern Ireland

The move by the government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson to scuttle the post-Brexit trade arrangement risks a clash with the European Union and upsetting the United States. → Read More

London Police Evacuate Trafalgar Square, but Say ‘Incident Has Now Been Concluded’

The evacuation of the square in Central London rattled the capital on the third day of Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee. The police later said it was not related to terrorism. → Read More

Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee: Seven Decades in Photos

Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee, celebrating her 70 years on the British throne, is above all a tribute to one of history’s great acts of constancy. Her reign has spanned virtually the entire post-World War II era, making her a witness to cultural upheavals from the Beatles to Brexit, technological advances from wireless radio to Zoom, political leaders from Winston Churchill to Boris… → Read More

Queen’s Jubilee Photo-Op: A Slimmed-Down Royal Family

Neither Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, nor Prince Andrew will get a place on the balcony at Buckingham Palace. It’s not even certain Queen Elizabeth, 96, will be there. → Read More

Top Aides to Boris Johnson Quit, Adding to Downing Street Turmoil

Day after day, new developments add to the political crisis over boozy parties during lockdown, which threatens to bring down the prime minister. → Read More

Britain breaks a daily record for new cases, amid worry about the possible impact of explosive growth.

Officials didn’t specify what share of the new cases might be Omicron, though they said a majority in London were from the variant. → Read More

Queen Elizabeth to Miss Remembrance Service Because of Sprained Back

The British monarch, 95, has put off multiple trips and engagements recently, and the latest cancellation has deepened anxiety about her health. She has now been out of sight since mid-October. → Read More

The Biden administration will lift restrictions on fully vaccinated international travelers in November.

Travelers who provide proof that they are fully vaccinated against the coronavirus before boarding a flight will be able to fly to the United States. → Read More

Prince Andrew Suffers Setback in Bid to Avoid Epstein Accuser’s Lawsuit

The British High Court will serve papers on the prince if necessary, allowing Virginia Giuffre’s suit, filed in New York, to proceed. → Read More

Johnson, Seeking to Bolster His Standing, Will Reshuffle Cabinet

A reshuffle would give Mr. Johnson the chance to reshape the top echelons of his government at a time when his popularity appears to be waning. → Read More

The BBC Apologizes for Diana Interview, 25 Years Later

The reporter, Martin Bashir, deceived her brother to land the landmark sit-down, the network now acknowledges. → Read More

Biden Victory Brings Sighs of Relief Overseas for Foreign Leaders

Foreign leaders showered the president-elect with congratulations. For many, the importance of this election was as much about removing Mr. Trump as ushering in Mr. Biden. → Read More

A Transfixed World Awaits What’s Next in America

As U.S. results trickled in, they were analyzed far and wide with the sort of blanket news coverage most often reserved for elections closer to home. → Read More

Woody Johnson Was a Loyal Trump Supporter in 2016. As an Ambassador, He May Be Too Loyal.

In the view of some American diplomats, Mr. Johnson’s willingness to carry out President Trump’s request to seek the British government’s help in moving the British Open to his golf resort in Scotland was only the latest example of the envoy’s poor judgment. → Read More

Trump’s Request of an Ambassador: Get the British Open for Me

Woody Johnson, the N.F.L. owner, Trump donor and ambassador to Britain, was warned not to get involved in trying to move the tournament to a Trump resort in Scotland, but he raised the idea anyway — and he failed. → Read More

Bristol Removes Statue of Black Protester Jen Reid After One Day

The statue of Jen Reid, a Black Lives Matter protester, was raised on Wednesday in place of a toppled memorial to the slave trader Edward Colston. → Read More

Statue of Black Protester Is Raised in Place of Bristol Slave Trader

The image of Jen Reid, fist clenched atop the plinth in the English city where Edward Colston once stood, became a symbol of protest online. Now, it’s there in resin and steel. → Read More

In an English City, an Early Benefactor Is Now ‘a Toxic Brand’

Bristol was built with money from the slave trader Edward Colston. Tearing down his statue has reopened a painful reckoning with the city’s racist past. → Read More

Coronavirus in U.K.: Boris Johnson's Reopening Plans Leaves Britons Confused

Critics say the government has failed to answer some basic questions. Among them: 1) when to return to work and 2) how to get there. → Read More

Britain to Impose Coronavirus Quarantine on Air Arrivals

“Stay alert,” Prime Minister Boris Johnson warned as the government eased restrictions on movement. → Read More