The Conservatives announced plans this week to require long-unemployed Brits to do volunteer work, train, or make daily visits to job centers to retain their welfare checks.
Party leader Ed Miliband today proposed altering Labour's relationship with its old allies.
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.
David Cameron and Nick Clegg, the leaders of Britain's two-party coalition government, are at odds over the changes to Britain's press regulation system recommended by Lord Leveson.
In U.S. presidential candidate Mitt Romney's first stop on his tour abroad, he faced challenges both from British Prime Minister David Cameron and from London's mayor. Romney now begins his trip in damage control mode.
US presidential candidate Mitt Romney is meeting with British Prime Minister David Cameron today. They represent right-wing parties that were once close but have since drifted apart.
The annual Big Lunch, in which Britons of all walks of life gather to share meals, has been wrapped into Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee festivities this year.
Fred Goodwin, the former head of the Royal Bank of Scotland, was stripped of his knighthood for his role in the bank's 2008 crisis. But it's not clear hefty bonuses will get similar treatment.
The long-simmering debate on Scottish independence has boiled over in Edinburgh, with one politician accusing colleagues of being 'anti-Scottish' for not supporting independence.
The killing of Stephen Lawrence, a black teenager in London, brought forward issues of racism in Britain's police forces and revolutionized their policing practices.