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Britain announced the toughest cuts to public spending in decades and new tax increases on Tuesday in an emergency budget aimed at sharply reducing the country's record debts.
Britain's Treasury chief unveiled on Tuesday the toughest cuts to public spending in decades, a raft of tax rises and a new levy on banks in an emergency budget aimed at restoring the country's ravaged public finances.
In London, U.S. Ambassador Louis Susman is fending off criticism that President Obama displayed an anti-British attitude in his attacks on BP over the oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.
British and European leaders are questioning Tony Blair's role as Middle East peace envoy following reports about the former British prime minister's business links to Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and the Middle East.
Carol M. Browner, President-elect Barack Obama's pick as global warming czar, was listed as a leader of a socialist group's Commission for a Sustainable World Society.
LONDON — British Prime Minister Gordon Brown yesterday faced a desperate battle to restore his authority after a second election rout in less than a month that dealt another blow to his shaky grip on power.
LONDON - Britain's Conservative Party won a special election that was viewed as a barometer of Labor Party leader and Prime Minister Gordon Brown's popularity, according to vote results today.
In early 1919, radical leftists disgusted with the perceived moderation of the Socialist Party decided to heat up politics with a ringing "Left Wing Manifesto," which Kenneth D. Ackerman, author of the book at hand, termed "a call to arms for America's militant working class . . . to demolish and replace the American government."
PORTSTEWART, Northern Ireland.