UK expels Belarus diplomats in retaliatory move
Belarus declared two senior British diplomats "persona non grata," a foreign ministry spokesman said on television Monday, citing the "destructive nature" of their activities.
US charges Russians with cyberattacks on Ukraine, French elections, Olympics
Six Russian military intelligence officers have been charged in the United States with carrying out cyberattacks on Ukraine's power grid, the 2017 French elections and the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, the Justice Department announced Monday.
UK suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong
Britain on Monday risked worsening strained ties with China, as it suspended its extradition treaty with Hong Kong in protest at a controversial new security law in the territory.
UK 'confident' Moscow helped hackers target virus vaccine
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Sunday he was "absolutely confident" in allegations by the UK and its allies that Russia targeted labs conducting coronavirus research, branding the behaviour "outrageous and reprehensible".
Raab resigns as Britain's Brexit minister
British leader Theresa May suffered a huge blow on Thursday when a series of ministers including her Brexit secretary quit as she tried to sell her proposed EU withdrawal agreement to a divided parliament.
British, EU ministers say still time for Brexit deal
British and European foreign ministers insisted Monday there is still time to negotiate an orderly Brexit deal, even after the disappointing failure of the latest round of talks.
Britain and EU face trade differences in Brexit talks
Britain's Brexit negotiator met his EU counterpart on Thursday as Brussels and London scramble to reconcile divorce demands ahead of next month's summit deadline.