'Looking on the Bright Side' Ambassador Clive Alderton opened TEDx this year with a talk on inter-religious tolerance and openness.
Baroness Anelay makes first official visit to Morocco to discuss human rights and bi-lateral issues.
The Arab Partnership is now opening a call for proposals for Morocco for 2015-2016.
Surcharge of £200 per year and £150 per year for students enables access to National Health Service in the same way as a permanent UK resident.
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British Embassy Rabat
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