UK economy caught in Brexit crossfire
Britain's economy has grown at the slowest pace in more than five years, official data showed Friday, as Bank of England governor Mark Carney warned about a "disorderly" Brexit transition.
UK set to demand EU repayment in Brexit satellite row
Britain was on Thursday set to demand the European Union repay £1 billion ($1.34 billion, 1.14 billion euros) if it is excluded from the Galileo satellite project post-Brexit, according to newspaper reports.
Manchester bombing victims remembered on first anniversary
The city of Manchester on Tuesday marks the first anniversary of a bomb attack outside a pop concert by teen idol Ariana Grande that killed 22 people with flower tributes, a concert and a memorial service.
Scotland set to vote against Brexit bill
Scotland's parliament is expected to formally reject legislation for taking Britain out of the European Union on Tuesday in an unprecedented move that would set the scene for a constitutional crisis.
Britain backs French plan for European defence force
Britain is backing a French plan to create a European military intervention force as a way to maintain strong defence ties with the EU after Brexit, a minister told AFP on Saturday. The British junior defence minister Frederick Curzon said London was "very keen to support" French President Emmanuel Macron's plan for a force that…
Prime minster does better than expected in England local elections
British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative party fared better than expected in local elections in England, results on Friday showed, in her first test since losing her parliamentary majority last year.
UK lawmakers pressure Zuckerberg to testify on Facebook data breach
British MPs threatened Tuesday to issue a formal summons to Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg for him to testify over a major privacy row, after he declined to appear.
UK interior minister Amber Rudd resigns in blow to prime minister May
Britain's interior minister Amber Rudd resigned on Sunday over an illegal immigration policy controversy, in a bitter blow to Prime Minister Theresa May days before local elections.