Hate crimes in the UK jumped by 29 percent this year, going beyond 80,000 cases according to government data.
Ireland was hit by an "unprecedented storm" on Monday that left two people dead and 120,000 homes and businesses without power.
Jeremy Corbyn’s peace minister says the UK should stop selling arms to Saudi Arabia and its allies over their brutal war against the people of Yemen.
Hillary Clinton says the UK will be in trouble in case of a trade deal with the US because Trump doesn't believe in them.
A powerful cross-party group of British MPs are devising a plan to block a hard Brexit.
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says the Iran nuclear deal is a valuable accord, which is good for both Iran and the world.
The European Union and Britain are stuck in a "disturbing deadlock” in their Brexit negotiations, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier says.
A UK government report has revealed that people of color and ethnic minorities are almost twice as likely to be unemployed as white British adults.
Over 120 British MPs have accused Prime Minister May of keeping Parliament and people “in the dark” about Brexit impacts.
British Prime Minister Theresa May calls on the US president to remain committed to the Iran nuclear deal.
Britain is likely to join the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in case it fails to reach a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU.
Britain is preparing for a possible military confrontation with North Korea amid the East Asian country’s nuclear tensions with the West, a report suggests.
British military equipment manufacturer BAE Systems has announced plans to cut jobs due to poor demand for certain products.
The European Commission warns that Britain still has more work to do before the two sides can reach a deal.
Theresa May tells Benjamin Netanyahu that Britain remains “firmly committed” to the Iran nuclear accord.
UK’s BAE Systems is firing 1,000 people due to declining fighter aircraft sales, according to reports.
Chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland says the UK only has a few months to come up with a meaningful Brexit plan if it wishes to prevent a major jobs exodus from the UK.
A British scholar says the UK’s Labour Party is going to easily win the next general election because Tories are losing support because of May’s lacking leadership.
Protesters in Lincolnshire say the UK government should stop conducting drone strikes in other countries.
A new survey shows that the British opposition Labour Party is now more popular than the ruling Conservatives, with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn believed to be a better candidate for premiership.
The British prime minister signals that she might demote her foreign secretary over his position on Brexit.
Public trust in UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s handling of Brexit talks has hit an all-time low, a new poll shows.
Several people have been injured after a car struck pedestrians outside a museum in London.
UK conservative party officials urge prime minister to sack Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson.
British Prime Minister Theresa May says she has "the full support of her cabinet" after a former party chairman urged her to step down.
A group of British Conservative lawmakers is calling on UK Prime Minister Theresa May to quit amid divisions within the party over her performance.
Former British prime minister Edward Heath would have been questioned over claims that he sexually assaulted five boys if he was still alive, UK police say.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May says Britain's government wants Brexit negotiations to succeed but is preparing for a scenario in which they could fail.
Boris Johnson is facing calls to resign after saying the Libyan city of Sirte could become a tourism hub once the dead bodies are cleared away.
The UK is “exporting fear” to children trapped in Yemen’s war as it continues to supply arms to Saudi Arabia, Save the Children says.
The EU censures the British government's handling of Brexit negotiations and votes to delay the next phase of trade talks.
People who watch terrorist material online could face up to 15 years behind bars, UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd has announced.
The sale of the most corrosive substances to under-18s will be banned, the British home secretary has said.
British airline Monarch has ceased trading, leaving tens of thousands of Britons in limbo abroad.
British Finance Minister Philip Hammond says Prime Minister Theresa May and her all senior ministers are frustrated by the slow pace of Brexit negotiations.
Anti-Brexit campaigners and activists have held massive demonstrations against the UK government’s austerity policies.
The British prime minister says the government will need some changes if it fails to strike a deal with the EU.
New UK survey finds voters aged under 45 prefer Labour Party to the Tories by two folds.
A teenage Muslim boy has been stabbed several times outside a mosque in Birmingham, UK, leaving the 14-year-old victim in critical condition.
The EU warned Friday that Britain needs a miracle to unlock the next phase of Brexit talks.
A British diplomat insists a military response to North Korea would be "the worst possible option."
British Prime Minister Theresa May says the UK remains “unconditionally committed” to maintaining security cooperation with the European Union.
The EU and Britain say the fourth round of negotiations over the UK’s withdrawal from the bloc has failed to produce any results.
The official policy of the UK government for decades was that Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territories were illegal, says an analyst in New York.
Jeremy Corbyn slams London’s foreign policy which he says has caused terrorism and occupation.
Jeremy Corbyn says that Labour is prepared take over the task of negotiating Brexit.
A Labour MP calls the US president a “racist Ku Klux Klan and Nazi sympathizer” and vows to stop a planned state visit by Trump to the UK.
EU President Donald Tusk says there has been "no sufficient progress" in Brexit talks so far.
The Labour Party has called out PM Theresa May’s “hypocrisy” when it comes to addressing crimes committed by Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.
British police have arrested another man in connection with the bomb attack on a crowded London Underground train on September 15.
The Trump administration has more than doubled US airstrikes in Yemen, causing more trouble for the British government which is under pressure to give up its role in Saudi Arabia’s war against Yemen.
US President Donald Trump’s language about Muslims is similar to the rhetoric adopted by the Daesh Takfiri tourist group, says London Mayor Sadiq Khan.
Brexit Minister David Davis has dismissed a report that Britain was prepared to pay £40 million to the European Union as a divorce bill.
One person is in custody after a group of men sprayed "a noxious substance" at people near a shopping center in Stratford district in Britain's capital.
A British scholar says Theresa May’s government has no plans to handle the UK’s exit from the European Union.
Director of a UK private refugee detention center resigns after footage revealed abuse of detainees.
The Labour leader is certain that by giving a greater role to his grassroots supporters he will easily become the UK’s next prime minister.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has laid out her plan for future ties between the EU and UK.
Scottish people along with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon back Catalonia’s independence bid.
The EU's chief negotiator stepped up the pressure on British Prime Minister Theresa May on Thursday on the eve of her major speech on Brexit.
British PM Theresa May says she would cut her country’s funding of the UN if the world body fails to “win our trust.”
Theresa May calls for commitment of all sides, including the US, to the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
Police have evacuated part of the City of London amid a security alert over a "suspicious package."
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson denies plans to quit following rows with Prime Minister Theresa May over Brexit.
Britain and Saudi Arabia signed a framework deal on military and security cooperation.
British police say they suspect individual manslaughter offences may have been committed in the Grenfell Tower fire incident.
Britain’s ruling Conservatives fear the ongoing row dividing Theresa May’s cabinet might eventually pave the way for a Labour government under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.
An anti-war charity says British arms manufacturers have earned billions from their deals with Saudi Arabia since the beginning of the war on Yemen.
About 10,000 finance jobs will be shifted out of the UK or created overseas after Brexit, according to a new survey.
The Open Britain campaign group says Britain is likely to lose billions in Canadian exports after Brexit, ahead of PM May's visit to the country.
Rohingya refugees resettled in the UK want the British government to help end Myanmar’s crackdown on the minority.
London police say a second man has been arrested in connection with the London subway attack.
Boris Johnson breaks ranks with Theresa May and says the UK should send £350mn freed after Brexit to NHS.
Britain says it is opposed to a planned referendum for the independence of Iraq’s Kurdistan region.
The British police arrest a man in hunt for London Parsons Green underground station bombers.
British Prime Minister Theresa May lashes out at the US president for saying that the suspects behind the bomb attack on a London subway train were known to police.
Britain has raised its national threat level to maximum after a bomb exploded on a crowded London Underground train, injuring at least 29 people.
A public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire opens in London three months after the devastating blaze killed some 80 people.
Brexit was triggered by profound negative forces which are operating not only on the UK, but also on other countries, says a British analyst.
European Commission President says Britain will regret its decision to leave the EU and that the bloc will go on without London.
The British secretary of defense says the UK seeks a continued security partnership with Europe after Brexit.
Theresa May’s landmark legislation to end the United Kingdom’s membership in the EU has passed its first parliamentary hurdle.
Britain's Brexit secretary warns MPs that voting against the Brexit repeal bill would amount to backing a “chaotic” withdrawal from the union.
Activists have once again gathered outside the UK government’s office in London to call for urgent action to end Myanmar’s crackdown on Rohingya Muslims.
The UK PM needs the parliament’s approval for a £1bn payment that would salvage her deal with the DUP for a minority government.
UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon warns of "extremely great" dangers of miscalculation as tensions continue to rise on the Korean Peninsula.
Wales and Scotland will officially launch a challenge to Theresa May’s Brexit plans this week, a report says.
A new report reveals that the UK government has designated both sides of the Qatar crisis as 'priority markets' for its arms sales.
Political commentator, Professor Rodney Shakespeare, says statistics suggest that British courts are biased against Black, Asian, and minority ethnic groups.
The alcohol industry often argues about the benefits of drinking alcohol in moderation, but new study puts damper on that argument.
Lord Harris of Peckham censures Prime Minister Theresa May describing as incompetent, recommending that she should be replaced.