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EXPAT ADVICE• FEATURES• TRAVEL• INTERVIEWS• POLITICS• US SPORTS
• Competitions: All Star Lanes bowling party; It Happened in Key West tickets • Diary Dates Specials: July 4th in UK; US acts at Edinburgh Fringe • Expat Tax Survey • Relocation without Consent • Walking for Charity • Star Interviews: Kelli O'Hara; Sandra Dickinson; Joan Armatrading; A Monster Calls • Princess Elizabeth and the Americans • An Isle of Wight Haven • Jim Jordan's Actor's Corner • Leonard Bernstein in Chichester • US Sports: MLS, World Cup, NHL, MLB, US Open

Trumps fly to Europe NEWS BITE | Americans warned to keep low profile during Trump visit
ADVICE: The US Embassy has issued advice to US citizens for the duration of President Trump's visit to Britain. Key warnings are: 'Exercise caution if unexpectedly in the vicinity of large gatherings that may become violent'; and 'Keep a low profile'. For details, which may be updated as the visit progresses, CLICK HERE
ANTI: Many events are being coordinated by a group calling itself the Stop Trump Coalition which is planning activities in London and across the UK under the banner 'Carnival of Resistance'. To find out where these are CLICK HERE
PRO: Republicans Overseas UK are holding a 'Rally to Welcome the President'. For details CLICK HERE


EU US Flag NEWS BITE | EU Parliament Backs FATCA Resolution
Members of the European Parliament have backed calls for negotiation on US-EU FATCA arrangements READ MORE

Cambridge American Cemetery NEWS BITE | US Eagle Returned to Cambridge American Cemetery
A golden eagle taking from the American Cemetery has been returned after 25 years READ MORE

Richmond students NEWS BITE | 3 year US-UK degree courses at Richmond, The American International University
Richmond, The American International University in London, is launching three-year undergraduate degree courses for the first time, leading to both a US and UK degree award. READ MORE


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