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The former top official in Britain's trade ministry on Tuesday compared the government's plans for EU ties after Brexit to swapping a three-course meal for a packet of crisps, ahead of a

A homeless man hailed as a hero for apparently coming to the aid of victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack was jailed for more than four years on Tuesday (Jan 30) after admitting to

A man accused of deliberately driving a van into a group of London Muslims told his trial on Tuesday that he wanted to kill the British opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.

The new United States embassy in London opened with little fanfare on Tuesday (Jan 16) after US President Donald Trump refused to attend the inauguration because of its price tag and

Heavy snow caused travel disruption to airports and roads in parts of Britain on Friday (Dec 29), as the country again grappled with the impact of wintry weather.

Nicky Henderson's Might Bite, a dramatic last-fence faller at Kempton 12 months ago, is favourite to make amends in the King George VI Chase on Tuesday.

Britain will return to a blue and gold passport design after the country leaves the EU in 2019 “to restore our national identity,” its interior ministry announced on Friday.

Uber's appeal against losing its licence in London will be heard in May or June next year, a court determined Monday.

 

London's first Asian-origin mayor Sadiq Khan said the British government should apologise for a colonial-era massacre in India as he visited the site on Wednesday.

Britain is “very close” to agreeing the size of its Brexit bill, Ireland’s EU commissioner said on Wednesday (Nov 29), but reports that the divorce settlement could be up to €55 billion