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Pollution could cause 15 percent plunge in UK property, broker says

Poor air quality could push back down the cost of buying a house in some areas.

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Wind energy to power Unilever sites in UK

Unilever has announced that 15 of its U.K. sites are using electricity from renewable sources.

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‘Furious’ UK reportedly stops sharing intelligence with US following Manchester attack leak

The U.K. is to stop sharing intelligence about the Manchester bombing with the U.S. following a series of leaks which British authorities say are damaging to the investigation, according to reports from the BBC.

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UK-US fallout on Manchester leaks likely to be mentioned to Trump

CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on the agenda for U.S. President Donald Trump's first visit to NATO's headquarters in Brussels.

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UK scolds US ‘friends’ for leak of Manchester bomb intelligence

Relations between the U.K. and U.S. have been strained after American news sites published sensitive details about the Manchester bombing investigation.

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Theresa May raises terror threat level to ‘critical’

New developments out of the UK following Monday night’s terror attack. Willem Marx is in Manchester with the latest.

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UK raises threat level to 'critical'

The United Kingdom is deploying soldiers to key sites to prevent further attacks in the aftermath of the Manchester bombing, reports CNBC's Willem Marx.

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Expect more armed officers policing events in the UK

CNBC's Willem Marx updates from Manchester on the aftermath and ongoing investigation into this week's terror attack.

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How the UK can improve anti-terror measures

Engaging with local Muslim communities and stepping up information sharing are key, notes Thomas Sanderson of CSIS.

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Manchester attack: UK threat level raised to 'critical'

Otso Iho, IHS Markit, says there could be a wider network of individuals connected to the Manchester suicide bomber.

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