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Following the controversial crackdown on anti-royal protesters during King Charles III's historic coronation on May 6, Scotland Yard has announced that it will issue apologies to individuals who


In March, London experienced over 8,000 recorded vehicle crimes, shedding light on the areas most affected by break-ins and thefts. Official data unveiled the troubling extent of car-related


The recent Coronation Big Lunch in the UK witnessed a remarkable turnout, with the total number of participants unveiled. Nearly twenty percent of the country's population joined the

The UK has announced an additional £750,000 of funding to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) to support its missions in Ukraine, at the meeting of the Board of Governors


London has retained its position as the fourth most expensive city for expatriates in a global cost-of-living study conducted by ECA International. The research, which


Several London councils have relocated dozens of vulnerable homeless families over 200 miles away to temporary accommodation in the Liverpool City Region without


A cybercrime gang based in Russia, known as the Clop gang, has issued an ultimatum to the victims of a recent hack that targeted British Airways, the BBC, and Boots,


The United Kingdom has announced plans to remove surveillance equipment manufactured by Chinese companies from sensitive government sites as part of its efforts

The appointment of Lord Ian Austin by the UK government to lead an independent review into the Leicester riots of the previous year has faced strong opposition from


The Bank of England announced on Tuesday the completion of its corporate bond sale program, having sold nearly all of the 20 billion pounds ($24.8 billion) it had