Skip Saint-Tropez and Santorini and head to Britain this summer for beaches that offer beautiful views, oyster feasts, and--of course--fish and chips.
In 1780, a 32-gun frigate named Hermione left France for America, with good news for the colonists rebelling against Great Britain. On Saturday, a replica of the ship set sail on a similar course. Mark Philips reports.
Katie Hopkins has made a career out of courting publicity by making hate-filled and spiteful comments in her newspaper column and on social media. In a week when over 400 migrants, including many children, are feared drowned in the Mediterranean...Show More Summary
A conservative leader complained of an overwhelmingly leftwing audience during a BBC political debate and was berated by the host for his objection. Unfortunately for the BBC, that conservative leader, Nigel Farage of Britain's UKIPShow More Summary
A group of 18 Yemen scholars and experts based in the United States and Britain published an open letter decrying the near month-long Saudi bombing campaign in the country. The letter, whose signatories include academics at Harvard,Show More Summary
A replica of the French navy frigate Hermione which brought General Lafayette to America to rally rebels fighting Britain in the US war of independence, will set sail for the United States again on Saturday, 235 years after the original crossing. Show More Summary
The Scottish National Party lost the referendum but could end up winning the general election in May.
(Reuters) - With less than a month left to Britain's May 7 election, Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives and opposition Labour party are tied at 34 percent, according to a YouGov poll for The Sun newspaper published on Frid...
(Reuters) - Britain's ruling Conservative party overtook Labour to score 34 percent support ahead of the May 7 election in an opinion poll by Survation published on Friday.
Britain came to L.A. Thursday night, when Burberry hosted an epic bash and runway show at the Griffith Observatory in the shadow of the Hollywood sign, with David, Victoria, Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper Beckham, Elton John, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Cara Delevingne, Jason Statham, January...
Election map: UK constituencies, by party seats and % of vote AS BRITAIN approaches its most unpredictable election in decades, the current political map reveals a fragmented country. Can one party break out of its strongholds and win a majority or (more likely, it seems) does another 'hung parliament' beckon?? Explore our interactive constituency map here.
Autocorrect keeps changing the name of Ed Miliband, Britain's leading opposition candidate for prime minister, to "Militant." This is probably not a problem for Miliband, the leader of the Labour party who's neck-in-neck in polls with Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron. Show More Summary
Photos via ArchDaily British entrepreneur and casual billionaire John Caudwell has released a new £2 billion plan (roughly $3 billion USD) that, if approved, will transform a 1960s drab parking lot into London's newest set of ultra-expensive apartments, Audley...
Historical drama has long been one of the hallmarks of British television and film. From war heroes to monarchs, this focus on historical dramas has often been turned to some of the country’s most famous individuals, represented on screen by its best actors. Show More Summary
Noel Cryan was charged with conspiracy to defraud in connection with the manipulation of the London interbank offered rate in October.
The lead in Bypass, Duane Hopkins latest film, Londoner George Mackay discusses the UK’s forgotten youth.
Britain’s top share index edged towards record highs on Friday. ||| London - Britain's top share index edged towards record highs on Friday, with a rise in industrial metals prices encouraging investors to buy basic-resources stocks....Show More Summary
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMohLcONdKM#t=68 By Scott Gilfoid: In what has been billed as a competitive fight between Andre Dirrell (24-1, 16 KOs) and Britain’s James DeGale (20-1, 14 KOs) could [...] More boxing news on BoxingNews24.com
(Reuters) - Ahead of Britain's May 7 election, the opposition Labour Party and the incumbent Tories are tied at 34 percent, according to a YouGov poll for The Sun newspaper published on Thursday.