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British pharmacy giant Boots and UK department store group John Lewis said Thursday they would axe at least 5,300 jobs, despite government efforts to safeguard employment during the

Britain's separation talks with the European Union resume Monday with few signs of compromise on a new trade agreement and time running out to avoid a messy split.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson risked angering thousands of club cricketers yet again Friday by saying the recreational game was still not safe to play because of issues surrounding

Brendan Rodgers says Leicester need to "reset mentally" to stay in charge of their Champions League destiny after their slump continued with a 2-1 loss at Everton.


Ijeoma Moore came to Britain from Nigeria as a toddler and is now 25. "I have lived here since I was two. I feel very much British," she said.

A British teenager who threw a six-year-old French boy off the 10th floor of London's Tate Modern art gallery will be sentenced on Thursday for attempted murder.

Pubs in England were given the go-ahead to reopen next week after more than three months of closure due to the coronavirus outbreak, in a move hailed Tuesday by the industry.

The sound is a little fuzzy but Anoosheh Ashoori's voice does not falter as he delivers his message to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson from inside Iran's Evin jail.

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday backed England rugby fans singing "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" at matches, despite suggestions it could be banned because of its links to slavery.

Protesters at a demonstration linked to far-right groups clashed with police in central London on Saturday, after gathering to counter an anti-racism march despite officials urging