On June 16, the eve of the G8 meeting in Northern Ireland, the Guardian newspaper reported that British intelligence agencies …
One of Margaret Thatcher’s longest serving ministers speaks to TIME of the Iron Lady’s legacy.
Decades after she left office, the former Prime Minister provokes as much outrage as she does admiration. But there is little doubt that she transformed Britain
French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said March 14 Paris may begin supplying arms to anti-Assad rebels if partners don’t respond to a Franco-British appeal to lift the embargo.
When asked about her identity, Laura Jayne Minto Ceballos, a 19-year-old Falkland Islander studying in the U.K., has a less than straightforward answer. Her father’s family hails from Scotland and her Chilean mother was born in …
Japan’s Prime Minister looks to former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher for inspiration in the territorial conflict with China over the islets in the East China Sea
The new U.S. Secretary of State set off alarm bells in London over his comments regarding the U.K.’s disputed possession of the Falkland Islands
As Pope Benedict prepares to step down, Rome fast-tracks the retirement of Britain’s highest ranking Catholic prelate amid scandalous allegations.
At the Jallianwala Bagh memorial, David Cameron called the 1919 massacre “a deeply shameful event,” but didn’t extend a formal apology on behalf of his government
National governments and European Union officials continued scrambling to uncover any further cases of horsemeat in beef-based food products, while disgusted diners contemplate the safety of their food system
What started as concern over horsemeat in burgers in Ireland and the U.K. has now blown up into a Europe-wide scandal and stoked cross-border tension throughout the Continent. The scandal started small, when earlier this year in …
Sleep-deprived EU leaders adopt a vastly reduced 2014-2020 budget that leading European parliamentarians vow to send back.
Three months after failing to reach agreements on whether to slash or bolster the E.U. budget, leaders gather in Brussels to find their positions still far apart