Recent tweets threatening a female MP and a prominent journalist with rape and murder set off new debate over how to deal with misogyny.
But the Church of England initiative to drive payday lenders out of business is drawing scrutiny to its own investments.
A few years ago, Britons wanted the crown to skip over the Prince of Wales. But that's changing.
Party leader Ed Miliband today proposed altering Labour's relationship with its old allies.
The US has long relied on UK military support in foreign campaigns. But can that last much longer?
A former London undercover policeman alleged he was ordered to dig up dirt on the family of Stephen Lawrence, the victim in a famous racially tinged murder 20 years ago.
Ahead of next week's G8 summit, the UK prime minister hopes to convince leaders of British overseas territories like Bermuda and the Cayman Islands to end their tax-sheltering policies.
Edward Snowden's leaks about the NSA's PRISM program have drawn attention to the extraordinarily tight partnership between the US agency and GCHQ, its British counterpart.
The killing of a British soldier last month by professed Muslim extremists has given new life to the anti-Islam EDL. But experts say the group's rejuvenation will only go so far.
In the UK, a debate is raging over whether the government should introduce press controls and make it easier to snoop on individuals, or if that would do more harm than good.
Prime Minister David Cameron's right flank is being exposed by a surging United Kingdom Independent Party demanding lower taxes - and a British withdrawal from the European Union.
The British prime minister has been under fire for his plan to try to renegotiate Britain's role in the EU before putting it to a referendum. But Obama voiced support for the plan on Monday.
Tragedies in Bangladesh, including a deadly fire last night in Dhaka, have given new momentum to British campaigns to improve conditions at foreign factories that supply domestic retailers.
Newly signed Sunderland manager Paulo Di Canio denied that he supported fascism, in response to criticism for past pro-fascism statements and straight-arm salutes he made as a player.
With the US reluctant to sign on to an arms trade treaty being negotiated this week at the UN, Britain – as both treaty advocate and major arms dealer – may be best positioned to sway its ally.
Justin Welby, installed Thursday as head of the Anglican church, has cheered the left and riled the right in the UK with his willingness to criticize banking practices and government cuts.
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