British Prime Minister Theresa May surprised many by inviting President Donald Trump on a state visit to Britain and was the first world leader to visit him in Washington.
Household goods firm Unilever firmly rejects a surprise takeover bid from US food company Kraft Heinz saying it has no financial or strategic merit.
As inflation picked up and prices rose after the Brexit vote British consumers cut back on spending in January.
Brexit ‘‘is not inevitable’‘ and can be stopped by the will of the people.
Roger Waters, the co-founder of musical rock n' roll group Pink Floyd, said the group's cult album is more relevant now than ever before
A UK-based online grocery retailer is developing a robotic hand that could one day pick fruit and vegetables for customers’ orders.
Hate crimes in England and Wales have risen to record numbers in the three months immediately following the UK's vote to leave the European Union
British fantasy writer Philip Pullman, whose 'His Dark Materials' catapulted him to global stardom, returns to the fantasy world with a new trilogy.
The employment rate in Britain hit a new all-time high in the three months to December, but wage growth slowed.
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall has admitted past claims he lost close friends at the Hillsborough football disaster were false
Aircraft engine maker Rolls-Royce suffered a record annual loss from settling bribery investigations in Britain, the US and Brazil and the pound's Brexit vote slump.
The top winners of the 2017 British Academy Film Awards turned up to the official party at London’s Grosvenor House with their shiny, new trophies late on Sunday night (February…
It was La La Land’s night at this year’s Bafta awards(British Academy of Film and Television Arts) with the musical taking five trophies including best film and best actress for Emma…
British teenage schoolchildren are to be taught cyberskills in a new initiative designed to combat cyberterrorism.
Britain's economy remained resilient at the end of last year despite the UK's surprise vote in June to leave the European Union.
Britain has confirmed that it scrambled Typhoon jets to monitor two Russian Blackjack bombers, which flew near its airspace.
Tour-operator Thomas Cook says its bookings for the summer were up on last year, but it remained cautious about the rest of 2017.
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After three days of debate and the scrutiny of over 140 pages of amendments Westminster has passed The European Union Notification of Withdrawal Bill.
Olympic champion Ben Ainslie has high hopes for a new hi-tech British boat and its chances of winning the America's Cup for the first time.
Commons backs PM's 'no deal for Britain is better than a bad deal for Britain'
The Bristol BioEnergy Centre is working on bacteria which breaks down chemicals in urine releasing energy as electrons which turns into electricity.
Guns are fired during the King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery Royal 41-gun salute to mark the start of Queen Elizabeth’s Blue Sapphire Jubilee year at Green Park in central…
The speaker of the UK's lower house says he is against allowing Donald Trump to address parliament during a state visit later this year.
For decades world renowned scientists, including Albert Einstein, have argued furiously about quantum physics.