Sure, fewer Britons registered their faith as 'Jedi Knight' in the 2011 census of England. But it's the 12 percent drop in those identifying as Christians has prompted fresh debate about modern British identity.
Starbucks, Google, and Amazon were among the major multinational corporations accused by lawyers of exploiting British tax laws to move UK-made profits overseas. Starbucks announced it is reviewing its tax practices in a bid to restore public trust.
New data show Britain's tax receipts down and government borrowing up in July, prompting criticism that Cameron's Conservative government is doing 'too little, too slowly' to engineer an economic recovery.
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.