Britain has not fought in a just conflict since the Second World War, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
During a speech at Chatham House in London, the Labour leader was asked about British deployment of troops to areas of conflict since the end of the Second Worl ...[Read more
Prime Minister Theresa May is drawing up plans for an instant break from key European Union regulations after Brexit -- including some on financial services -- in a drive to exploit the upside of the divorce, according to senior U.K. officials.
As part of ...[Read more
he earliest Britons were black-skinned, with dark curly hair and possibly blue eyes, new analysis of a 10,000-year-old Somerset skeleton has revealed.
Scientists at the Natural History Museum have used pioneering genetic sequencing and facial reconstructi ...[Read more
Jeremy Corbyn has announced Labour would grant an official apology and pardon for the suffragettes if it wins the next election.
On the centenary of some women over 30 achieving the right to vote, the government is facing calls to overturn the convictions ...[Read more
It was the true story that moved a Tory to tears: Heidi Allen, Conservative MP for South Cambridgeshire, wept after Frank Field, the veteran Labour MP for Birkenhead in Wirral, told parliament of the hungry constituent who said he had had â€śa lucky weekâ ...[Read more
THE broadcasting watchdog has launched an investigation into Alex Salmondâ€™s TV show.
Ofcom is examining whether the former First Ministerâ€™s debut on a Kremlin propaganda channel breached guidelines on accuracy and â€śmaterially misledâ€ť viewers.
The ...[Read more
The UK intelligence agency GCHQ has repeatedly warned it fears a "damaging public debate" on the scale of its activities because it could lead to legal challenges against its mass-surveillance programmes, classified internal documents reveal.
Memos contai ...[Read more
In a blow to Prime Minister Theresa May, MPs voted to give Parliament a legal guarantee of a vote on the final Brexit deal struck with Brussels.
The government had argued this would jeopardise its chances of delivering a smooth departure from the EU.
Desp ...[Read more
UK Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been awarded the Sean MacBride Peace Prize along with Noam Chomsky and Japanese anti-military base activists, yet the award received scant coverage in the British media.
The International Peace Bureau presents the Sean M ...[Read more
The body of a homeless man was found tragically 'frozen to death' in Birmingham's city centre on the coldest night of the year.
Police were called to a car park entrance in Station Road at 11.30pm Wednesday after a local drinking in the nearby boozer disc ...[Read more
The British chancellor faces a storm of criticism after claiming that disabled people are partially responsible for the countryâ€™s low production efficiency.
Facing a question brought up by the Treasury Select Committee about low productivity levels in t ...[Read more