UK threatens EU free-movement rights
As restrictions against migration by Bulgarians and Romanians ease next year, Britons fear an influx.
Prince Harry and team of wounded veterans reach South Pole
Prince Harry and three trekking teams made up of wounded veterans reached the South Pole on Friday after setting out three weeks ago on the 200-mile Walking with the Wounded South Pole Challenge.
Prince Harry reaches South Pole (PHOTOS, VIDEO)
Three teams of wounded veterans set out on the 200-mile trek three weeks ago.
Queen Elizabeth apparently doesn't like you stealing her nut bowls
Defunct News of the World tabloid royal reporter testified in court that Queen Elizabeth allegedly told palace guards to stop stealing her mixed nut bowls.
Hacking into my phone again, Piers?
British trial exposes messy entanglement of media, politics and power.
Canada Post eliminates home delivery, raises stamps to $1 to avoid billion-dollar deficit
Facing a staggering pension deficit and a continued shift to digital technology, Canada announced it would stop delivering the mail to your doorstep. Could the United States be far behind?
US, Britain suspend aid to northern Syria after Islamists seize weapons store
The suspension underlines a crisis for the FSA leadership which needs international backing to reinforce its credibility.
Obama, other leaders take heat over selfies at Mandela memorial
President Barack Obama and other world leaders are taking heat over selfies they either took or appeared in during Nelson Mandela's memorial service.
It's 'Suspended Coffee Day'!
You might not know what that is, but it's awesome.
Edward Snowden is the Guardian's person of the year (VIDEO)
National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden has been voted person of the year by readers of the Guardian, the British newspaper he first shared his classified secrets with.
Computer glitch causes massive flight delays at UK airports
Authorities said that the computerized telephone system which is used to direct lights in British skies failed to change from nighttime to daytime mode.
South African expats in Brixton feel homesick remembering Mandela
More than 200,000 South African born people live in Britain, both those who fled the apartheid state and members of a newer generation.
Xaver storm hits Europe as tidal surge threatens UK
On Friday, Britain assessed the damage of a storm that killed two people, forced thousands from their homes.
Biggest tidal surge in 60 years threatens UK, Europe
Britain assessed the damage of a storm that killed two people, forced thousands from their homes.
Building walls in the cloud
In the wake of NSA revelations, countries want to bring data back within their borders.
UK plans to raise the state pension age to 68 sooner than expected
Chancellor George Osborne said the state pension age will increase to 68 sometime in the mid-2030s.
Hurricane Xaver bears down on northern Germany after battering Scotland
Xaver has already killed one person and knocked out power for more than 80,000 homes in Scotland.
UK: A rebound on paper, but not in pockets
Economic recovery is happening, but most Brits don’t feel it.
Size matters: Chinese media troll UK during Cameron visit
A high profile editorial calls Britain “merely a country of old Europe suitable for tourism and overseas study, with a few decent football teams.” Charm diplomacy?
UK to export $73.7M worth of pig semen to China
Chinese officials want to improve the quality of the country’s pigs by artificially inseminating their sows with high-quality British pig semen.
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger grilled by MPs over Snowden documents
Rusbridger defended his newspaper's use of the more than 58,000 files, saying that it had only published one percent of what Snowden had provided.
The Guardian may be investigated on criminal charges
Major US news organizations wrote in support of the Guardian, saying its prosecution would have a 'chilling impact.'
London Mayor Boris Johnson fails live IQ test
Boris Johnson admitted, 'No one said IQ is the only measure of ability,' after failing to answer questions presented in the format of an IQ test.
UK's Cameron emphasizes business on China visit
'No country in Europe is more open to Chinese investment than the United Kingdom,' said British Prime Minister Cameron.
Death toll rises to nine in Scotland helicopter crash
Officers continue to sift through the wreckage at the site where a police helicopter crashed into the roof of a packed pub.
The UK appears to give in to China on issue of Dalai Lama visit
David Cameron was expected to travel to China last autumn, but didn't go after a visit from the Dalai Lama, with Beijing saying the UK must 'correct the error.'
At least 8 dead in police helicopter crash onto Glasgow pub roof (VIDEO)
A police helicopter slammed into the roof of a pub in Glasgow, Scotland on Friday night, killing at least eight people and injuring more than two dozen others.
Trial begins in brutal killing of UK soldier Lee Rigby
The trial began Friday for two Muslim converts accused of trying to decapitate UK soldier Lee Rigby in broad daylight on a London street earlier this year.
Britain's Cameron defends plans to restrict benefits, movement of EU migrants
British Prime Minister David Cameron said the tighter controls were aimed at all EU migrants, not just Romanians and Bulgarians.
Three wolves shot after escaping from UK zoo
Timber wolves that escaped from a zoo in Essex were shot and killed by authorities after an eight-hour search.
Here's what will change if Scotland votes for independence
The Queen would remain, for one. You can leave the Kingdom, but you can't leave the Commonwealth.