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50 Pence Brexit Coin to be circulated in United Kingdom from 31st January

To mark the departure of the United Kingdom from the European Union, the UK’s Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sajid Javid has unveiled a new 50 pence coin with the inscription of “Peace, prosperity, and friendship with all nations” and the Brexit date of 31 January 2020. The coin is known as ‘Brexit Coin’ have been ..

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UK to offer Fast-track Visa for Scientist and Researchers following BREXIT

The Prime Minister of United Kingdom, Boris Johnson has recently announced the new scheme of fast- track visa to attract world’s best scientists, mathematicians and researchers which will be open from 20th February 2020 for those who work in a qualifying field and who have been recognized by a United Kingdom body. UK Research and ..

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Britain releases new 50 pence coin marking BREXIT

The British Government has unveiled a new 50 pence coin commemorating Brexit. The coin has the inscription “Peace, Prosperity and Friendship with all nations”. Around 3 million coins are to be distributed from post offices, banks and shops from January 31, 2020. India and Brexit More than 800 Indian companies have invested in UK. Some ..

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UNWTO World Tourism Barometer Released

UNWTO released its comprehensive report on global tourism titled ‘UNWTO World Tourism Barometer report’ on Monday 20th January 2020. According to the report which is seen as a barometer of global economic health, 1.5 billion international tourist arrivals were recorded in the year 2019 around the globe, which makes it the slowest rate since 2016 ..

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Conservatives win UK’s Third General Election in less than Five Year

The Conservative Party under the leadership of incumbent Prime Minister, Boris Johnson returned to power by winning 365 seats in the 650 seats House of Commons. The Previous general election in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2017 where the Conservative’s under the leadership of Theresa May, falling 9 short of the majority mark by winning ..

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