Scotland's Sturgeon calls Brexit talks with May "deeply frustrating"

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon called talks on Monday with British Prime Minister Theresa May about Britain's plan to leave the European Union "deeply frustrating."

Northern Ireland Christian bakers lose appeal in row over "gay cake"

A Northern Irish bakery lost its appeal against a court ruling that said it discriminated against a gay man by refusing to bake a cake supporting same-sex marriage, the Press Association reported...

Croatian inventors win 11 medals at London show

Six Croatian inventors and entrepreneurs won 11 medals at the British Invention Show (BIS), with Tomislav Bronzin of the Citus company winning the show's main award for his invention "C@N...

Stand-off with man in London flat hoarding "combustibles" ends safely

A three-day stand-off between British armed police and a man feared to be in possession of "combustible material" in his London flat ended safely on Sunday after officers entered the property and...

British police give all clear after "non-viable" device found

Counter-terrorism police in south-western England gave the all-clear Saturday after cordoning off a property for several hours following the discovery of a suspicious package.

Arsenal go top despite draw; Tottenham miss chance

Arsenal hit top spot in the Premier League on Saturday but were still frustrated as they could only draw 0-0 with struggling Middlesbrough.

Police suspect tear gas in London City airport "chemical incident"

Police said they suspected CS gas could have caused a "chemical incident" that led to a three-hour evacuation of London City Airport on Friday.

Tobacco giant BAT makes 47-billion-dollar takeover bid for US rival

British American Tobacco Plc said on Friday it has offered some 47 billion dollars to acquire 57.8 per cent of shares in a takeover of US rival Reynolds American Inc.

Scotland floats draft bill on second independence vote before Brexit

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon launched a draft bill on a second referendum on independence from the United Kingdom on Thursday, saying she wants to protect Scotland's place in the EU...

Pressure mounts on "silent" May ahead of Brexit negotiations

Despite the frosty reception she could receive from some of her counterparts, an EU summit could bring the British prime minister welcome relief from the clouds gathering at home: worrying...

Ryanair cuts profit forecast amid plunging pound

Ryanair, Europe's largest low-cost airline, on Tuesday warned that it expects its annual net profit to fall by up to 125 million euros (138 million dollars), mainly due to a plunge in the pound...

Gorilla's escape puts London Zoo on lockdown

A gorilla that escaped its enclosure put London Zoo briefly on lockdown Thursday, with armed police called to the scene and visitors evacuated or moved inside buildings.

Scottish leader to float bill on second independence referendum

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Thursday said she plans to publish a draft bill on a second referendum on independence from the United Kingdom next week, promising to preserve a "...

Reports of racism jumped 41 per cent in month after Brexit vote

Police reports of racist offences soared by 41 per cent year-on-year in July, the first full month after Britain's vote to leave the European Union, the government said on Thursday.

Croatian president meets with British business secretary

Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic met with British Business Secretary Greg Clark in London on Wednesday to discuss ways of strengthening economic relations between the two countries.