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Skipper Ryan Giggs headed the opener and Tom Cleverley hit the post as GB led at the break.
Rashed Eisa equalised with a composed finish in front of an increasingly anxious Wembley crowd.
But substitute Scott Sinclair struck a minute after coming on and Daniel Sturridge's deft chip sealed the win.
It was a far from comfortable match for Stuart Pearce's team and there were times after UAE's second-half equaliser when the occasional boo could be heard inside the stadium.
The mood changed completely when GB struck twice in three minutes but there is room for improvement when they play Uruguay in Cardiff on Wednesday.
Uruguay, one of the pre-tournament favourites, were stunned 2-0 by 10-man Senegal at Wembley earlier in the day.
Moussa Konate scored twice for the African side, who had to play for more than an hour with 10 men after the dismissal of Aboulaye Ba following a professional foul on Luis Suarez.
Senegal, like GB, now have four points and take on a UAE side who have lost both of their Group A games.
Uruguay have three points to GB's four, which means a draw will be enough for Pearce's team to reach the last eight.