A British royal historian who said slavery was not genocide has quit his honorary position at Cambridge University and been dropped by his publisher HarperCollins.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday said English schools would receive £1 billion ($1.2bn, 1.1bn euros) in funding to help pupils catch up after missing months of classes due to the coronavirus.
US President Donald Trump appears as the first result of suggested accounts when users type "racist" into Twitter's people search, it emerged Wednesday.
Netizens thanked the Prime Minister for wearing the shirt to honor efforts of Filipino nurses, doctors and other healthcare frontliners in the UK.
The British monarchy scrambled Thursday to find urgent "workable solutions" for Prince Harry and his wife Meghan after their bombshell decision to quit front-line duties caught the royal family off guard.
Prince William and his wife Kate will arrive in Pakistan late Monday for their "most complex" tour to date, British officials said, with Islamabad eager to tout improved security after years of violent militancy.
A Swiss auction of 25 supercars seized from the playboy son of Equatorial Guinea's president fetched 21.6 million euros ($23.6 million) Sunday -- substantially more than expected.
Britain said Monday it had barred Russia's RT and Sputnik news organisations from a global conference on media freedom in London because of their "active role in spreading disinformation".
British Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation in an emotional address on Friday, ending a dramatic three-year tenure of near-constant crisis over Brexit.
British pop legend Elton John has joined actor George Clooney in calling for a boycott of nine Brunei-owned hotels over the sultanate's new death-penalty laws for gay sex and adultery.
British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday called for still more time to renegotiate her Brexit deal, and drew outrage by suggesting parliament may not be able to vote on the text until just 17 days before Britain leaves the EU.
A controversial British former media adviser to Malaysia's toppled leader is being sought by authorities for allegedly laundering $3.4 million, officials said Thursday, nine months after his boss was ejected from office.
Chinese President Xi Jinping Thursday lambasted "protectionism, isolationism and populism" and again vowed to open up Asia's largest economy, as Beijing faces an escalating trade dispute with the United States.
Thailand has carried out its first execution since 2009, the government said, putting a 26-year-old convicted murderer to death by lethal injection in a move condemned by Amnesty International as "deplorable".
Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg apologised to the European Parliament on Tuesday for the "harm" caused by a huge breach of users' data and by a failure to crack down on fake news.
The United Kingdom’s agreement to supply military equipment for “urban warfare” and “cyber security” to the Philippines has raised concerns it will be used in the Duterte administration’s war on drugs.
The king of Swaziland, one of the world's few absolute monarchs, announced on Thursday that his country had changed its name to eSwatini to mark 50 years since independence from British rule.
US President Donald Trump on Sunday defended his having hailed a US and allied strike in Syria as "Mission Accomplished."
Communications firm Cambridge Analytica said Monday it "strongly denies" allegations it harvested data on 50 million Facebook users for Donald Trump's presidential campaign, as British regulators prepare to ask a court to allow access to…
US President Donald Trump demanded an explanation from Moscow over the poisoning of a former spy in Britain as London's deadline for answers expired, with Russia threatening retribution if it is punished for the Cold War intrigue.
President Rodrigo Duterte believes the United States is on an overdrive promoting human rights because it doesn't stand a chance against other world superpowers in case a nuclear war breaks out.