I think you may be going about this in a manner which will not work. Beause you are utilizing the "^" symbol which means it will matcfh other numbers execpt the number following the "^" things are not working as you expect. The problem is that it is going to make a match right away and not refer to any other clauses because of the use of "^" in conjuction with the "OR".
If you have the clauses listed in the order above and you try and dial 1 + international-access + (44 UK) + ...... the first clause (^1) would be matched because the country code does not equal 1 so then it automatically does not refer to any other clauses because there is already a match.
Here is what I would recommend
1. Create a seperate Blocked Partition and add that Partition to your Calling Search Spaces.
2. Modify or add a new Route Filter that looks identical to what you have except remove all of the "^" symbols.
3. Create or modify a Route Pattern and apply the Blocked Partition, the Route Filter, and select the Block Pattern option.
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