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27 Mar
We look at reactions from the British press after the government's new budget reveals the worst cost of living crisis in 70 years. Also, Joe Biden is in Brussels for several summits on Ukraine. Meanwhile, a top Vladimir Putin aide quits his government and leaves the country, while The Times of London reports that the threat of a coup against Vladimir Putin is very real. Finally, we look at a crisis of domestic pet obesity in the UK and how the internet may play a role.
18 Apr 2021
Britons toast a significant easing of coronavirus restrictions, with early morning pints -- and much-needed haircuts -- as the country took another tentative step towards the resumption of normal life.
17 Feb 2017
Former U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair discusses his opposition to the U.K. leaving the European Union, economic misconceptions about Brexit, and the importance of the relationship between US and Britain.

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