British police said they arrested two more people during raids Saturday over the Manchester concert bombing, as Prime Minister Theresa May announced a reduction in the country's threat level and of its anti-terror operation.
Police say a lone male suicide bomber detonated an improvised explosive device at the end of an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena at 10.33 p.m. local time.
Seven suspected illegal immigrants from Ukraine were discovered on a yacht on Sunday after it got into difficulties near the Suffolk coast.
British boxer Anthony Joshua defeated Ukrainian athlete Volodymyr Klitschko by TKO in front of a crowd of 90,000 at London's Wembley Stadium.
Leaders from 27 European Union states have unanimously agreed on guidelines for negotiations on the UK's divorce from the bloc. The leaders have also urged unity going into two years of talks with Britain.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says the U.K. could help the U.S. respond to a chemical attack in Syria.
The reconnaissance aircraft of the Royal Air Force, NATO and Sweden carried out reconnaissance mission at the Russian border in the south of the Baltic Sea on Wednesday, April 19.
British parliamentarians have overwhelmingly approved British Prime Minister Theresa May's proposal for an early general election to be held on June 8.
Presidential envoy in the Verkhovna Rada, deputy chairman of the Petro Poroshenko Bloc faction Iryna Lutsenko said the Ukraine's leader is going to present military technical projects during his official visit to the United Kingdom on April 18-19.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko will visit the U.K. to participate in a Chatham House conference.
At a meeting of G7 foreign ministers in Lucca, Italy, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is set to demand further tightening of sanctions against Russia in response to the latest events in Syria unless Moscow ceases to support Damascus.
The British foreign secretary had been due to fly to Russia on Monday for talks with his direct counterpart, the first such meeting since 2012. But the Foreign Office confirmed on Saturday that Johnson would no longer make the trip because “developments in Syria have changed the situation fundamentally”.
London's High Court has ruled March 29 that it would not be right for a $3bn bond case brought by Russia against Ukraine to proceed to full trial as Kyiv failed to present a court-ready defense.
British Ambassador to Ukraine Judith Gough believes the changes to e-declaration law, which the lawmakers voted on March 23, are a serious step back.
The police revealed the name of a man believed to be responsible for yesterday's terrorist attack in London.