The French electricity giant, EDF, appears to have failed in its bid to takeover Britain’s nuclear power generator, British Energy.
Britain’s biggest mortgage lender HBOS has said that it is considering selling some asset after it reported profits halved in the first six months of
Scottish nationalists have dealt Britain’s ruling Labour Party another election defeat.
The Scottish National Party’s John Mason overturned a
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the sun, out comes a new horror to add a little edge to your holiday. Donkey Punch is a salutary tale
A big buying spree by Gulf oil states prevented aircraft orders from going into freefall at this week’s Farnborough Airshow, but it has left little
An estimated one quarter of the world’s Anglican bishops have refused to attend a summit in the United Kingdom which is meant to forge their unity
The 60th Farnborough Air Show has started, with high fuel costs and an economic downturn making things difficult for the commercial aviation
Offenders convicted of knife crime in the UK will be made to visit hospital emergency wards in an attempt to confront them with the reality of stab
A second man has been charged over the killing of two French students in London.
Daniel Sonnex (23)of Peckham in south London is accused of murder
Police have recovered a first folio edition of William Shakespeare’s works, stolen from Durham University in northern England, ten years ago.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has promised to introduce more measures next week to tackle knife crime.
The pledge comes after four men were
Two more people have been arrested in connection with the murders of two French students in London, after a 33-year-old Briton was charged with the
The Anglican church says it will try to find a way around fierce opposition to women becoming bishops, by drafting a national code of practice. But
Georgy Ostretov’s “Sex in the City” is a central piece in an exhibition showcasing a selection of new Russian art. The show at the London Paradise
Police in London have issued an artist’s impression of a man seen running near the scene where two French students were murdered in a frenzied knife
Neighbours of the two French students murdered at their flat in London have been talking of what they saw and heard on the evening of the killings
Thousands of British teenagers have marched in London, demanding an end to knife crime which has claimed the lives of 17 youngsters in the capital
Things are going from bad to worse for Britain’s leader Gordon Brown. As he marks his first year as prime minister, a humiliating defeat at the
Gordon Brown was smiling and full of optimism as he entered Downing Street a year ago, but he is certainly feeling the heat now. After waiting ten