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The bespoke immigration arrangement will be open to British National Overseas passport holders in Hong Kong and their dependants, as well as those who are eligible to apply for one, the Times reports. Under the plans, they will be given the right to remain in the UK, including the right to work or study, for five years, after which they will be able to apply for settled status and after a further year, seek citizenship.

Times Front Page 19th of June 2024

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has decided not to participate in the election campaign trail, as the Conservative Party faces significant challenges in retaining key strongholds and averting substantial losses in the upcoming elections.

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Times Front Page 15th of June 2024

The Princess of Wales revealed the toll her cancer treatment has taken on her health and expressed her gratitude for the public’s support, announcing a gradual return to public life over the summer and plans to attend Trooping the Colour.

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