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Past articles by Jill:

Biden, King Charles III focus on climate change in Windsor Castle meeting

President Joe Biden and King Charles III participated in a climate-focused roundtable with officials from the financial and philanthropic sectors. → Read More

UK government vows to fight court ruling that its plan to send migrants to Rwanda is unlawful

A British court has ruled that a government plan to send asylum-seekers to Rwanda in an attempt to deter migrants from making risky journeys across the English Channel is unlawful. → Read More

Former Scottish Leader Nicola Sturgeon Arrested in Finance Investigation

She was "released without charge pending further investigation" about six hours later. → Read More

Boris Johnson Quits as U.K. Lawmaker Over 'Partygate' Report

In a resignation statement Boris Johnson accused opponents of trying to drive him out and hinted that he might try to return. → Read More

Sweden Celebrates Eurovision Win

Liverpool cleaned up from the Eurovision Song Contest on Sunday, as Sweden celebrated victory and Ukraine remained defiant after a night of Russian bombardment, including a strike on the hometown of the country’s competitors. → Read More

Liverpool set for Eurovision Song Contest final, with Sweden favored and Ukraine in spotlight

The grand final of the Eurovision Song Contest is taking place Saturday in Liverpool → Read More

What to Know About and Where to Watch Eurovision 2023

Who’s competing? Who are the favorites? How is the winner decided? All your Eurovision Song Contest questions, answered. → Read More

It's Eurovision time! Here's how the contest works and who to watch for

The 67th Eurovision Song Contest will soon reach its climax with a grand final broadcast live from Liverpool → Read More

Eurovision Song Contest fetes Ukraine, but Zelenskyy barred from addressing 'nonpolitical' event

The Eurovision Song Contest has barred President Volodymyr Zelenskyy from addressing the final of the pan-continental music competition → Read More

Ukraine says counteroffensive delayed; Britain sending cruise missiles to Kyiv

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy says Ukraine is delaying its long-awaited counteroffensive against Russia’s occupying forces, saying that while such a campaign would succeed, too many of his troops' lives would be lost → Read More

UK ditches post-Brexit plan to scrap thousands of EU laws by year's end

The U.K. government has scrapped plan to remove all remaining EU laws from British statute books by the end of this year → Read More

UK local elections: Conservatives battered as Labour surges

Britain’s Conservative Party endured a drubbing in local elections that delivered a warning to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s government, and a boost to the opposition, as a national election approaches → Read More

BBC chief quits amid furor over role in Boris Johnson loan

The chairman of the BBC has resigned after a report found he failed to disclose a potential conflict of interest over his role in arranging a loan more than two years ago for Boris Johnson → Read More

U.K. Boosts Defense Spending in Response to Russia and China

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak pledged $6 billion in new spending. → Read More

BBC reverses Gary Lineker suspension for Twitter post

LONDON (AP) — Gary Lineker will return to the airwaves after the BBC reversed the former soccer great’s suspension on Monday for a tweet that had criticized the U.K. government’s new migration p... → Read More

UK boosts defense spending in response to Russia and China

LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak pledged Monday to increase U.K. military funding by 5 billion pounds ($6 billion) over the next two years in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine a... → Read More

UK says plan to stop Channel migrants pushes bounds of law

LONDON (AP) — The U.K. government said Tuesday that it was ready for human-rights legal challenges to a tough new law intended to stop tens of thousands of migrants a year reaching the country in s… → Read More

UK aims to deport Channel migrants, but critics skeptical

LONDON (AP) — The British government said Monday it will introduce legislation to ban anyone who arrives in the U.K. in small boats across the English Channel from ever settling in the country. The… → Read More

UK, EU seal deal on Northern Ireland post-Brexit trade dispute

The U.K. and the European Union sealed a deal on Monday to resolve their thorny post-Brexit trade dispute over Northern Ireland. → Read More

Penguin to publish ‘classic’ Roald Dahl books after backlash

The move comes after criticism of changes made to “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” and other much-loved classics for recent editions published under the company’s Puffin children’s label, in which passages relating to weight, mental health, gender and race were altered. → Read More