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A nearly 200-year-old sweet shop stood the test of time. How is it weathering the pandemic?
The Oldest Sweet Shop in the World has witnessed wars and other strife from its location in northern England.
England’s school kids about to exit lockdown and enter classroom
As millions of young Brits return to school, parents voice relief and concern after months of enforced home learning.
Toilet paper companies work to keep shelves stocked as shortage risk returns
The real challenge is making sure toilet paper hits shelves at the same pace consumers are buying it.
Fury over COVID-19 changes to university admittance in England
At first, a new COVID-19 system caused hundreds of thousands of entrance exam grades to be deflated.
EU offers to extend Brexit deadline to Halloween
British Prime Minister Theresa May still has to agree to the offer.
May says she’ll step down if Brexit deal OK’d
The prime minister has been under mounting pressure to quit.
British Prime Minister May wins no-confidence vote, but is still beset by Brexit
The narrow victory comes a day after her European Union divorce deal was rejected.
Beatlemania is alive and well in the band's hometown of Liverpool
Growing Beatles tourism has helped other businesses in Liverpool — many hotels, restaurants and shopping centers have opened up in recent years.
Brexit in turmoil as May postpones Parliament vote on it
British Prime Minister Theresa May said she would seek “assurances” from the EU and bring the Brexit deal back to Parliament, but did not set a new date for the vote.
Many in the U.K. are rethinking Brexit as deal moves forward
Some businesses are among those wanting a second referendum on whether the United Kingdom should remain in the EU.