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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.
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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Continue reading “Indian-Origin Anti-Brexit Campaigner’s Case Against Boris Johnson In UK Top Court”
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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Continue reading “Home Office Policy that gives migrants just 72 hours notice of deportation deemed lawful”
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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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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Continue reading ““Deplorable”: UK Foreign Secretary On Violence Outside Indian Embassy”
Continue reading “UK PM Boris Johnson Loses Majority As MP Joins Liberal Democrats”