British data analytics firm YouGov has published the results of its latest polls on the voting intentions of the British public.
The US president is expected to issue up to 100 pardons and commutations on his final full day in office this week, as supporters of the WikiLeaks publisher hold their breath.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are no strangers to public attention, however, ever since they decided to step down from senior roles in the Royal Family, they've become the subject of constant media scrutiny with various experts commenting on their lifestyle.
Britain, which is now in the grip of a national coronavirus lockdown, has Europe's highest COVID-19 death toll that currently stands at more than 90,000, according to Johns Hopkins University.
On 7 June 2019, Jason Mercer and Alexandru Murgeanu were killed by a lorry on the M1 motorway near Sheffield in the north of England. They were among 44 people who have been killed in the last five years on “smart motorways”.
Britain's 48-hour work week, minimum wage and other employment protections are currently under review by Boris Johnson’s Tory government, now that the Kingdom has exited the EU and finalised its deal with the trading block.
While the British economy was hurt by lockdowns, online shopping thrived, as the government was encouraging people to stay at home to curb the coronavirus.
European import restrictions have become a major problem in UK-EU trade since the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020, as London left the single market.
This step was taken in coordination with the Ministry of Health and takes into account the order dated January 12, which requires those entering the United States to test negative for the coronavirus, the proclamation says.
Labour shadow chancellor joined the conservative TaxPayers' Alliance and tax consultants at PricewaterhouseCoopers in attacking plans reportedly under consideration by the Treasury to scrap Council Tax and Stamp Duty and raise Corporation Tax.
The lorries turned up at the entrance to Boris Johnson's office, as shellfish exporters said they were protesting against the post-Brexit red tape standing in the way of their fishing business.
A fire broke out in a terraced house in London on 18 January 1981, claiming the lives of 13 young black people. Why did the families of the victims assume the New Cross fire was a racist attack?
Following the 2019 election, in which the Conservatives won an unexpected 80-seat majority, Jeremy Corbyn stood down as Labour leader. Many of his policies have now been re-administered into a new project which saw it's first launch event on 17 January.
Last year a senior Tory MP was accused of raping a former parliamentary researcher. The case was ultimately dropped in December due to a lack of evidence but there's a chance it might be reopened.
The United Kingdom formally left the European Union's structures on 31 December 2020. Gibraltar, which is a British Overseas Territory (BOT), shares a border with Spain, which remains an EU member. While the UK has rejected free movement, a new post-Brexit agreement for the rock would allow for eased movement between the two.
India, Australia, and South Korea have been invited as guest countries at the Group of Seven (G7) summit 2021 to be held in June in Cornwall. It will unite leading democratic economies – UK, Germany, Canada, France, Japan, Italy, the US – and the European Union, to "help the world build back better from coronavirus."
A ‘new era’ dawned for the UK after it completed its formal separation from the EU, launched in 2016 after the public voted to leave the bloc and a treaty was finally agreed to on Christmas Eve 2020, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson touting “freedom in our hands”. Critics, however, maintain the country will be worse off for the divorce.
Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre maintains that the late financier had forced her into a sexual relationship with British royal Prince Andrew on at least three occasions when she was under 18. As evidence, she provides a photo featuring her alongside the Duke during one of their purported encounters.
The United Kingdom is currently in its third national pandemic lockdown amid rising cases of a new fast-spreading coronavirus strain. Westminster previously introduced further funding for benefits claimants but is reportedly set to replace the measure with a one-off cash payment.
On Saturday, 57-year-old Baron Benjamin de Rothschild unexpectedly died from a heart attack, leaving behind four daughters. He was president of the family-owned Edmond de Rothschild Holding SA and considered one of the richest members of the Rothschild family.