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Queen Elizabeth II watches a smaller military parade in the grounds of Windsor Castle, where she has been staying during the COVID-19 outbreak, in her first official public appearance since the country's virus lockdown began in late March
Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office says services and worship groups will still be banned for the time being
(UPDATED) The British government calls Ambassador Rob Macaire's arrest a 'flagrant violation of international law'
But Britain's protection was ultimately not needed after the deposed dictator Ferdinand Marcos, Corazon Aquino's rival in the 1986 snap presidential elections, steps down
London stocks and the British pound jump on hopes of an end to years of uncertainty, which has hurt investment and economic growth
Britain has walked a careful path on the protests, but it has also expressed concerns about the direction Hong Kong has headed
Boris Johnson now sees himself outflanked by pro-European Union opponents and the country barrelling toward a chaotic October 31 breakup with its closest neighbors after 46 years
British Prime minister Boris Johnson urges US President Donald Trump to remove 'considerable barries' for UK companies seeking to export to the American market
Emmanuel Desreux is given 18 months behind bars and another 18 months suspended sentence for selling inflatable boats with motors to migrants to navigate across the busy waterway from France to Britain.
A marble plaque with the names of Marx and his family – the monument's oldest and most fragile part – was repeatedly hit with a blunt metal instrument
The stakes could hardly be higher as the clock ticks down to the moment the world's fifth-biggest economy splits from its main trading partner on March 29
Success in the upcoming negotiations depends 'largely on what it is Britain really wants, and on this the discussion has still not been entirely clear,' Merkel told a business conference in Berlin.
Ruling in the case of Big Brother Watch and Others versus the United Kingdom, the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, says the interception of journalistic material also violates the right to freedom of information
'I think the intransigence of the commission is pushing us towards no deal,' International Trade Secretary Liam Fox says
Less than 9 months before Britain leaves the EU, May's government is finally setting out exactly what it wants following public splits about how aligned it will remain with the regional bloc
Families, friends, and neighbors converge to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle exchange vows in the last major royal wedding for a generation
(2nd UPDATE) Doctors have withdrawn life support for the baby with a degenerative medical condition. His case has attracted attention from people around the world, including Pope Francis.
'I can't wait to get in there and prove I am the best, even after all this time out,' says Fury
Joshua owns the WBA, IBF, and WBO heavyweight titles, while Wilder holds the WBC crown
Wilder's co-manager says: 'We are really glad that Anthony Joshua said for the first time 'I will fight Deontay next...' and we believe he is a man of his word. Deontay accepts the challenge.'
The 17-hour Perth-London flight of Qantas is the first regular service to connect the two continents directly
Prince Mohammed bin Salman will visit Egypt on Sunday before his trip to the United Kingdom. He will visit the United States later in March.
The British boxer has been out of action for two years, with a failed drugs test in June 2016 blocking his comeback to professional boxing
Brexit negotiator David Davis says Britain will not be forced into accepting unfavorable terms
British Prime Minister Theresa May rejects claims that her negotiating stance was unreasonable
We deplore Russia s continued defense of the Assad regime even after the chemical weapons attack on innocent civilians adds Britain s Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson
A sweet proposal after a serious World Championship game between the Netherlands and Great Britain
On Wednesday Prime Minister Theresa May will trigger Article 50 of the EU s Lisbon Treaty starting a two year countdown to Britain s exit
Around 1 1 million people are expected to pass through the world s busiest international airport as the city marks UAE spring break Dubai Airports says
A Foreign Office spokeswoman says the visit is not a return to business as usual adding Britain s approach to Russia is engage but beware
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Observers say PM Theresa May wants to send a message that Britain is already on the lookout for new bilateral accords outside the European Union
Guido Pella defeats Kyle Edmund while Andy Murray drops to Juan Martin Del Potro
This past year Murray has already won a second Wimbledon title a second Olympic gold medal and gotten to the final of the Australian and French Opens
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel says it is understandable that Britain needs time before triggering its exit from the European Union but warns against dragging out the process
Zara Holland is stripped of her title after she had sex with fellow contestant Alex Bowen on reality show Love Island The Miss Great Britain organization issues a statement
Rebels say President Salva Kiir s near tripling of the number of regional states undermines a fundamental pillar of a power sharing deal to end two years of civil war
The war in Helmand seen as the epicenter of the expanding insurgency underscores worsening security in Afghanistan
The British government condemns the Republican frontrunner who said Muslims shouldn t be allowed to enter the US
Around 4 000 people join a protest against Britain potentially joining air strikes against ISIS in Syria
So far Britain has only said the demands will cover four general areas: an opt out from the bloc s drive for an ever closer union
The Immigration Bill allows for pubs takeaway food outlets to have their licenses revoked
UPDATED A military jet taking part in the Shoreham Airshow failed to pull up out of a loop and crashed into a major road
The Tunisian tourism industry is facing a heavy blow after two terrorist attacks
Most of the victims were British according to Tunisian Prime Minister Habib Essid
The sale of the government s 30 stake in the Royal Mail postal service is expected to earn the state about £1 5 billion