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Doctors and Nurses Need Not Take TOEFL, IELTS Exam To Practice In UK: OET is acceptable

NEW DELHI Sept 23: Doctors, nurses, dentists and mid-wives who wish to practice in the UK will no longer have to appear for English language tests like TOEFL and IELTS as the country will now accept scores of Occupational English Test (OET) which the candidates have to anyway clear for registering with the relevant healthcare regulator.

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UK Govt steps in to rule over Ambedkar memorial closure in UK

LONDON Sept 21: The UK government on Friday stepped in to decide the future of Ambedkar House in north London, threatened with closure due to an alleged breach of local planning rules.

Home Office urges people with less than six months on passport to get a new one ahead of Brexit

LONDON Sept 19: A million people will receive a text message from the Home Office encouraging them to renew their passports early ahead of Brexit.
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Indian-Origin Anti-Brexit Campaigner’s Case Against Boris Johnson In UK Top Court

London Sept 18: The UK’s Supreme Court on Tuesday began hearing arguments in a landmark case focussed on Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament as part of an appeal by Indian-origin anti-Brexit campaigner Gina Miller.
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Boris Johnson Booed By Anti-Brexit Protesters Skips News Conference

Luxembourg Sept 17: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson skipped a joint media conference with his Luxembourg counterpart Monday after holding Brexit talks with the European Commission chief that offered no breakthrough.
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Home Office Policy that gives migrants just 72 hours notice of deportation deemed lawful

LONDON Sept 16: A HOME Office policy which gives migrants as little as 72 hours’ notice of deportation is lawful, the High Court has ruled.
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UK Oppn leader Jeremy Corbyn condemns vandalism of Indian High Commission

London Sept 9: Opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn on Saturday condemned the recent violent protests and vandalisation of the Indian High Commission building in London.
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English Language Skills To Rank High In UK’s New Immigration System

London Sept 6: An applicant’s English language skills are likely to be ranked according to levels of proficiency in a new post-Brexit visa regime being finalised by UK home secretary Priti Patel.
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“Deplorable”: UK Foreign Secretary On Violence Outside Indian Embassy

LONDON Sept 5: Two people have been arrested after violent protests led by British Pakistani groups outside the Indian High Commission in London on Tuesday. British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has condemned the violence, calling it “deplorable”.
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UK PM Boris Johnson Loses Majority As MP Joins Liberal Democrats

LONDON Sept 4: Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday lost his working majority in parliament ahead of a showdown with rebel MPs over Brexit that could lead to a snap election within weeks.
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