Britain's Labour Party says it has suspended a lawmaker over an allegation of sexual misconduct.
The Times newspaper says the Royal Navy has cut short a mission to the Persian Gulf region because of the breakdown of one of its most advanced warships.
A leaked Irish government document says European officials see Britain's performance in Brexit negotiations as confused and chaotic.
Britain's Ministry of Defense has deployed another aircraft in the search for a missing Argentine submarine with 44 sailors on board.
Ecuador on Wednesday again urged Julian Assange to not interfere in the affairs of other countries after Spain complained about his contacts with Catalan secessionists, though the government said the Wikileaks founder would continue enjoying political asylum in its London embassy.
Dutch chemicals and paints maker AkzoNobel says it has ended talks on a possible merger of its paints and coatings business with Philadelphia-based Axalta.
Britain's Treasury chief is between a rock and a hard place as he reveals his budget to the nation.
On April 17, 1980, Robert Mugabe was sworn in as prime minister of the new and independent Zimbabwe.
A man described by prosecutors as a "jealous" husband was found guilty Monday of bludgeoning his wife to death with an ax their car after suspecting an affair.
British police say as many as 10,000 criminal cases may have been affected by alleged data manipulation at a forensics laboratory.
Jana Novotna, who won the hearts of the tennis world when she sobbed on the shoulder of a member of the British royal family after a heartbreaking loss in the Wimbledon final, has died at the age of 49.
Britain has lost a seat on the International Court of Justice for the first time since the tribunal was established in 1946, a setback seen by some diplomats and commentators as a result of its waning international influence following its vote to leave the European Union.
European Union nations are making their last-moment pitches for who should get to host two key EU agencies that are due to leave Britain in 2019 because of Brexit.
Indian tycoon Vijay Mallya has insisted that money laundering allegations against him are "baseless and fabricated."
A British sailor on one of the world's toughest yacht races died Saturday after he was swept overboard in rough seas, officials said.
Organizers of an international yacht race say a British sailor has died after he was swept overboard in rough seas.
Gerry Adams has announced that he plans to step down as leader of Sinn Fein next year after heading the party for over 30 years.
Queen Elizabeth II has approved the appointment of the first woman as Black Rod, the House of Lords official who is instrumental in the state opening of Britain's Parliament.
Air safety authorities in Britain say a helicopter and an aircraft have been involved in a midair collision northwest of London.
A British military dog that saved the lives of troops in Afghanistan is being decorated for bravery.