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British trial exposes messy entanglement of media, politics and power.
More than 200,000 South African born people live in Britain, both those who fled the apartheid state and members of a newer generation.
In the wake of NSA revelations, countries want to bring data back within their borders.
Economic recovery is happening, but most Brits don’t feel it.
Scottish National Party leader details his country’s plan to leave the UK.
Casting call for next Star Wars film draws thousands of hopefuls.
British comedy troupe Monty Python will reunite for the first time in decades.
Evidence of Paul Flowers’ drug use has thrown the UK’s politics, business into turmoil.
The trial of two men accused of killing Lee Rigby is drawing warring right-wing factions.
Critics say PM’s lecture to ‘do more with less’ unveils a radical conservative agenda.
A medieval tradition lives on with a bang in one small English town.
'The psychology of the whole thing — it’s humiliating, it’s aggressive,' one Muslim tells GlobalPost.
Displaying history through the bodies of people who lived it.
Amid fast food competitors, Britain’s original takeaway carries on.
A debate over badgers and bovines turns ugly in rural England. GlobalPost’s Corinne Purtill is on the front lines of the fight.
As the country spars over quotas, Inuit whalers are wary of further restrictions.
Missteps have prompted some Inuit to be wary of campaigners’ motives.
How those living near the Arctic Circle stay supplied.
The longest-running international adaptation of the MTV hit 'Jersey Shore' proves that booze, sex and fake tan is a winning combination worldwide.
With more brothels than any other, London’s central district navigates the legal, illegal and everything in between.