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Shetland has 0.5 percent of the country's population — and 50 percent of its oil.
The UK’s stance on Brits battling overseas depends on who they’re fighting for.
Identifying the American journalist’s executioner will be difficult, but even the tiniest clues may prove helpful.
A Spanish beach favored by hard-partying Brits grapples with tourism’s dark side.
Reporter’s notebook: A night out in one of Spain’s most notorious vacation destinations.
As British tourists head to sunnier climes, it’s dark days for Britain’s seaside resorts.
As wages lag for ordinary workers, the British queen’s salary is going up. Not everyone’s amused.
Many of the dead were holidaymakers, like Cor Schilder, a musician, and his girlfriend, florist Neeltje Tol.
Last weekend was the Man vs. Horse Marathon. Just wait 'til it's time for finger jousting.
Meet the British company that hooks up would-be lords and ladies.
Commentary: World Blood Donor Day is June 14. Just 8 percent of Americans eligible to give blood do so each year.
How England’s World Cup team breaks fans’ hearts, over and over again.
A popular nudist gathering draws hundreds who love to live life in the buff.
Reporter’s notebook: GlobalPost gets up close and personal with Britain’s nudists.
Even so, the UK Independence Party is poised to win next week’s elections to the European Parliament.
It’s campy, corny and frequently corrupted by serious offstage politics.
A year before the next election, parties are flirting with American-style campaigns.
As Western countries threaten new sanctions against Russia, the wealthy are dumping their cash in London.
Meet the world of disaster shopping at the Counter Terror Expo.
The Sinn Fein president is the latest arrest stemming from a US history project gone wrong. GlobalPost unravels the Boston Tapes.