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Johnson’s parliament suspension unlawful, rules UK Supreme Court

Judge Brenda Hale implied the prime minister did not tell Queen Elizabeth the truth.

UK working ‘round the clock’ to fly over 130,000 home

Emergency flights already took 14,700 back following collapse of travel firm Thomas Cook.

Retail sales decline in August as Britons spend less online

British retail sales unexpectedly fell after shoppers bought less online than the month before.

UK benarkan pelajar asing menetap 2 tahun selepas tamat pengajian

Peraturan baru membolehkan pelajar bekerja, atau mencari kerja, pada setiap tahan kemahiran.

UK to decide on Huawei soon but China must adhere to...

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace says the UK expects a code of behaviour by Huawei or any country planning to enter Britain's market.

UK Labour deputy to demand Brexit referendum before election

Tom Watson says there is 'no such thing as a good Brexit deal' and Labour must campaign unequivocally to remain in the United Kingdom.

BP to exit Alaska in US$5.6 bil deal

The sale is part of BP's US$10 billion divestment programme to help the company shore up its balance sheet.

We leave EU on Oct 31 whatever the circumstances, Johnson tells...

European Council President Donald Tusk and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sparred over who would be to blame should Britain leave the EU on Oct 31 without a divorce deal in place.

Trump backs ‘right man’ Johnson at fractious G7 summit

A new US-UK trade deal after Britain leaves the EU was at the heart of their meeting and both men appeared upbeat about the chances of success.

UK’s Johnson ‘very worried’ about trade tensions, tariff hikes

The question of tariffs is of particular concern for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as he prepares to lead Britain out of the EU with the prospect of a no-deal Brexit.

Britain sends another warship to the Gulf

Britain previously outraged Iran by seizing one of its tankers in July on suspicion it was carrying oil to Syria in violation of EU sanctions.

Prince Andrew denies seeing any sex crimes during time with Epstein

Prince Andrew issues a lengthy statement, says he wanted to 'clarify the facts' around his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.

Johnson and Tusk trade barbs over Brexit at G7

The outcome of the tortuous Brexit crisis remains unclear three years after the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU.

Trump, EU clash over trade at G7 opening

US President Donald Trump flew into Biarritz after promising to impose punishing tariffs on French wine imports if French President Emmanuel Macron doesn't withdraw a tax on US tech giants.

UK ‘disappointed’ by North Korea missile launch

The test was the latest in a series of short-range missile tests the nuclear-armed nation has carried out in recent weeks in protest against US-South Korean military exercises.

France warns ‘no deal’ Brexit becoming ‘most likely’

France does not expect UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to seek an extension to the current deadline for Brexit, according to officials.

UK’s Johnson tells Germany and France to do a Brexit deal

UK lawmakers are already fretting that they do not have enough time to stop a no-deal Brexit, and they have yet to agree on a unified approach, which badly damages their chances of success.

British conservationists work to restore acclaimed slavery painting

The painting is one of the first instances of a logo used for a political cause.

As tanker sets sail off Gibraltar, Iran warns US against its...

The final destination of the supertanker and its 2.1 million barrels of oil remains unclear with Greek authorities yet to confirm that it is expected to dock there.

Britain’s Prince Andrew ‘appalled’ by Epstein abuse claims

The grainy video published by the Daily Mail claims to show the prince waving goodbye to a woman as she leaves Jeffrey Epstein's New York mansion in 2010.

HK activists, Beijing supporters demonstrate in London

More than 1,000 people took part in the opposing demonstrations.

UK parliament cannot stop Brexit, Johnson to tell Macron and Merkel

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is coming under pressure from politicians across the political spectrum to prevent a disorderly departure from the EU.

UK’s Labour vows to bring down PM Johnson and delay Brexit

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's promise to take Britain out of the EU by Oct 31 is setting up a parliamentary showdown between him and opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn.

UK may lack ships to police waters after Brexit

A leaked document prepared by British officials warns there is 'a lot of uncertainty' over whether the country will have the resources to police its seas.