International Criminal Court receives huge dossier of allegations relating to British conduct during war in Iraq
Mark Duggan’s shooting by armed police provoked violence across the U.K. in 2011
The vessel crashed in the coastal Norfolk region Tuesday night
TIME visits One Hyde Park, a new apartment complex for London’s superrich. Developments like this, some argue, are making it harder for those less wealthy to live in the world’s most important cities
British code-breaker Alan Turing has been called a genius, a war hero and one of the greatest minds of the 20th century. But he was gay, and in 1952 was convicted of homosexuality.
The West End theater, which originally opened in 1901, was packed for an evening performance
Drove into victim as he crossed the street and then hacked him to death
Prosecutors said for the first time Thursday that then-girlfriend Middleton’s phone was hacked.
Achieved fame by escaping prison, eluding justice for decades
While the fetus remained in her cell
Allegedly has a “very savoury tooth”
Group could now claim huge tax breaks
Hundreds of flights delayed or canceled