NORWICH/LONDON (Reuters) – British politicians made their final pitches to voters on Wednesday, the eve of an election that will define Britain's approach to leaving the EU but has been overshadowed by two deadly attacks in as many weeks.
Parliament expresses 'deep concern' over Gulf diplomatic rift, but government stops short of taking a side.
Government says list of 59 people and 12 groups, with ties to Qatar, 'reinforces allegations that hold no foundation'.
From border debates to hacking fallout, Gulf neighbours have hit a number of rough patches over the years.
Amid GCC diplomatic crisis, hundreds of mixed-citizenship couples are facing separation.
The attempt to politically ostracise the tiny emirate is more likely to isolate Riyadh than to bring Qatar to its knees.