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After the pricey glitz of Britain's royal wedding celebrations, Queen Elizabeth II must prepare for a pay cut under the country's austerity measures, lawmakers warned Thursday.
More than 250,000 people took to London's streets to protest the toughest spending cuts since World War II — one of the largest demonstrations since the Iraq war — as riot police clashed with a small groups. More than 200 people were arrested.
The British government cut the corporation tax to entice foreign investment as it acknowledged that economic growth will be slower than anticipated this year.
European officials geared up to travel to Ireland and lift the lid on just how bad the country's banking woes are, as EU finance ministers struggled Wednesday to come up with a rescue plan that will keep bond market turmoil from spreading to Portugal and Spain.
Britain outlined the sharpest cuts to public spending since World War II on Wednesday — slashing benefits and cutting public sector jobs with an austerity plan aimed at clearing record debts that swelled during the global financial crisis.
Britain will lose thousands of troops, reduce its ability to fight complex missions such as the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and delay a program to upgrade its nuclear defenses, Prime Minister David Cameron announced Tuesday.
Pope Benedict XVI proclaimed Australia's first saint on Sunday, canonizing a 19th-century nun and declaring five other saints in an open-air Mass attended by tens of thousands.
Ed Miliband, Britain's newly appointed opposition leader, insisted Sunday he won't force his Labor Party toward the political left wing after he harnessed the support of leftist labor unions to beat his better-known brother in a dramatic election.
British Foreign Secretary William Hague vowed Thursday that Britain will no longer neglect its allies.