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President Joe Biden’s 2023 State of the Union address
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By Associated Press
Live updates: State of the Union 2023
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Tens of thousands of nurses and ambulance staff are walking off the job in the U.K. in what unions called the biggest strike in the history of the country's public health system.
U.K. Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has angry unions to the left of him, anxious Conservative Party lawmakers to the right and, in the middle, millions of voters he must win over to avert electoral defeat.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak fired the chairman of the governing Conservative Party on Sunday for a "serious breach" of ethics rules in failing to come clean about a tax dispute.
Sunak has apologized for making an "error of judgment" while filming a message for Instagram from the back of an official government car during a visit to northwest England on Thursday.
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak is pushing ahead with a contentious plan to remove all remaining European Union laws from Britain's statute book by the end of the year.
Thousands of nurses in Britain have walked out in a new strike over pay, with no end in sight to a wave of industrial action that has piled pressure on the U.K.'s overburdened public health system.
Scotland's leader says she will take the British government to court over its decision to block a law that makes it easier for people in Scotland to change their gender on official documents.
The law approved by the Scottish parliament allows people 16 or older to change the gender designation on their identity documents by self-declaration, removing the need for a medical diagnosis of gender dysphoria.
The Reciprocal Access Agreement is Japan's first with a European nation and allows the two countries to hold joint military exercises. The British government said the defense agreement "cements our commitment to the Indo-Pacific" region.
British government ministers have met trade union leaders but have fallen short of ending a wave of strikes that has hobbled the U.K.'s rail network and overburdened health system.
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