Denis Bradley was only 26 when he witnessed British paratroopers shoot dead 13 civilians during a rights march in Northern Ireland on “Bloody Sunday”.
England on Thursday lifted coronavirus restrictions imposed to tackle the Omicron variant, with masks no longer required in enclosed places and vaccine passports shelved.
The United Kingdom has opted to relax certian COVID-19 travel restrictions in a bid to make travel cheaper and easier.
Queen Elizabeth II’s second son Prince Andrew has deactivated his social media accounts, users said Wednesday, as he faces a US civil case for sexual assault.
EU lawmakers on Tuesday chose centre-right Maltese politician Roberta Metsola the new head of the European Parliament, despite controversy over her anti-abortion stance.
China on Friday dismissed a rare public warning by British security services that a suspected Chinese agent was trying to influence lawmakers, saying it was the result of watching “too many 007 movies”.
Staff at the office of under-fire British Prime Minister Boris Johnson drank alcohol at two leaving events during lockdown on the eve of Prince Philip’s socially-distanced funeral, The Telegraph reported Thursday.
A British man went on trial on Thursday accused of attempting to carry out a contract killing of a prominent Pakistani blogger who lives in self-imposed exile in the Netherlands.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was embroiled Tuesday in another scandal over his government’s alleged lockdown breaches as police said they were investigating a Downing Street gathering attended by dozens of top officials.
At the height of concerns over COVID-19 the UK government placed SA on a travel ban. Now, the tourism industry is counting its losses.
UK climate change activists from the Insulate Britain group have been jailed for their repeated traffic-blocking protests
On Twitter, Prime Minister Boris Johnson praised the British police emergency services for their work on the incident so far
The sisters were slaughtered minutes after celebrating one of their birthdays – their limbs were found intertwined at a park
Police in Nottinghamshire county in central England said they had made two arrests in an ongoing investigation into “spiking” incidents
The subvariant was “rare” outside Britain and there had been only three cases detected so far in the United States
“I’m not going to tell you the UK government is going to pitchfork away every overture from China,” Johnson said
With no let-up in queues or demand, some petrol stations have decided to introduce exclusive periods of time for staff in critical sectors.
The president of the National Farmers’ Union Minette Batters called on the government to act to avert an “animal welfare crisis”
The British Meat Processors Association fears the panic-buying of fuel could make existing supply chain problems to supermarkets worse.