October 17, 2019
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Brexit gets a lot of airtime in the UK. Whether it’s resolved this weekend or not, time will tell, but in the mean time, there’s plenty of non-Brexit stories out there. In the news this week, a WW2 US Airman has been given the Freedom of the Wirral, MPs continue to raise FATCA in Parliament, the UK Home Office has reversed a decision which could have split a US family apart, and as Sir Robert Worcester points out, the Special Relationship seems to be getting stronger. Alongside the news, we have sport, music and food – so sit back, relax and enjoy your newsletter.
Article One

NEWS | American WW2 Pilot Awarded Freedom of the Wirral

Article Two

NEWS | Home Office Reverse US Children Visa Rejection

Article Three

NEWS | MPs Acting on ‘accidental’ Americans FATCA concerns

Article Four

NEWS | Scottish MP raises FATCA in Parliament

Article Five

NEWS | Ambassadors test – and strengthen – the Special Relationship

Article Six

NEWS | State Dept. Nominations Requested for Exceptional Assistance to Overseas Americans

Article Seven

NEWS | US Airman’s Son in UK Awarded Certificate for Good Deed

Article Eight US SPORT | NFL's New London Home
Article Nine FOOD AND DRINK | Salaam Namaste
Article Ten FOOD AND DRINK | Maremma
Article Eleven MUSIC | Ten Years of The Pheasantry
Article Twelve FEATURE | The Listers of Gentleman Jack – the American connection
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