UK Fyle


  • The UK is deploying four Typhoons to Romania. [Link]


  • The UK military has dropped more than 3,500 bombs or missiles on Islamic State targets. The UK claims to have never killed a civilian in their war against the Islamic State. [Link]


  • Officials say the London subway bombers have no ties to any militant group. [Link]


  • A bomb exploded on a UK subway injuring 30. Two men have been arrested in connection with the bombing. [Link]


  • The UK has built their largest Naval ship. The new ship is a 900-foot aircraft carrier. The aircraft carrier was built for the F-35. [Link]


  • A subsidiary of the UK’s National Health Service will no longer provide knee and hip replacements to obese people and people who smoke. [Link]


  • London’s mayor called on the UK to make support for Hezbollah illegal. [Link]


  • Sir John Chilcot said Tony Blair was not honest with the UK people in the run-up to the Iraq War. [Link]
  • In the UK, a court has ruled that an 11-month-old baby will be taken off life support. The parents of the child fought in court to have their child remain on life support. The family has raised over $1.6 million for the care of the child, however, the court will not let the family pay for their child’s continued care. [Link]


  • The UK currently pays about 12% of the funding for the EU. [Link]
  • The UK Defense Secretary says the UK can respond to cyber attacks with bombings. [Link]


  • The Queen of England will be paid up to $105 million this year. The Queen is getting about an 8% raise. [Link]


  • One person was killed and eight other injured when a van driven by a 48-year-old man ran into people in front of a mosque. [Link]


  • Jeremy Corbyn says that empty homes of the rich should be requisitioned by the UK government and given to house victims of a recent fire. [Link]


  • Two of the three men involved in the London terror attack have been identified, Khuram Shazad Butt and Rachid Redouane. Butt is of Pakistani decent and Redouane is from Libya. [Link]


  • ISIS has claimed responsibility for the London terror attack. [Link]


  • A terrorist attack in London leaves six people dead. The terrorist ran over several people in a van before getting out and stabbing others. [Link]


  • Nearly 10% of UK active service members have had an STD in the past five years. [Link]


  • The UK has condemned the leaks coming from the US related to the Manchester terror attack. [Link]


  • The UK has positioned 1,000 heavily armed soldier around high profile sites. [Link]


  • The UK has raised the terror threat level to critical. This will allow troops to be deployed in the UK. [Link]
  • British police identified the bomber of the Manchester terrorist attack as 22-year-old Salman Abedi. Abedi is of Libyan heritage. ISIS has celebrated the attack on Twitter. [Link]


  • At least 22 people were killed when a bomb exploded outside of a concert in the UK. [Link]


  • At least four people were killed during a terror attack in London. The terrorist drove his car into a group of people and stabbed a police officer to death. [Link]


  • The first of a total of 800 UK troops and tanks arrived in Estonia. The troops are a part of the large NATO buildup on the Russian border. [Link]


  • UK’s Ambassador to the EU unexpectantly resigns from the position. [Link]


  • A ruling in the UK entitles Uber drives to the national minimum wage, paid rest breaks, and paid holidays. [Link]
  • The UK is sending 800 troops, tanks, and drones to Estonia as part of NATOs build up in East Europe. [Link]


  • The Saudis bomb another factory in Yemen. The article also lays out the case for the UK ending weapon sales to Saudi Arabia. [Link]


  • After Saudi Arabia bombed a hospital and school in Yemen, UK Members of Parliament  are considering blocking weapon sales to Saudi. Many Members of Parliament would like a review conducted of possible Saudi breaches of International Humanitarian Law before allowing weapon sales to continue. Saudi is also using cluster bombs in Yemen. As seen with Laos, cluster bombs cause death for generations to come. [Link]


  • Turkey will treat Brittans fighting with the US-Backed Syrian Kurds as terrorists. There are at least 6 British volunteers currently fighting on the front lines with the Kurdish fighters. Both Turkey and Britain are NATO members. [Link]


  • In the UK, expensive college does not mean jobs. Nearly half of recent graduates are living at home again. [Link]


  • Turkey and Russia agree to a reset after the Turkish shoot down of a Russian jet. [Link]. New UK Prime Minister and Russian President Putin agree to work to improve relations between the two nations. [Link]


  • UK Members of Parliament are pushing the Foreign Office label the Saudis as war criminals for their actions in Yemen. In response the Foreign Office said this was not the case, almost without explanation. This has happened before, when the Saudis were put on a UN blacklist for murdering too many children, they blackmailed the UN chief. [Link]


  • UK’s Parliament approved an $40 Billion bill to improve UK nukes. New UK Prim Minister promised she is willing to use those nukes to kill civilians. Read Here.