Shares in British luxury goods group Burberry hit a new high on Wednesday on market rumours it could be a takeover target by PPR, the French owner of
The timetable for a British military withdrawal from Afghanistan could begin as soon as next year according to the prime minister David Cameron.
The latest episode in the Chronicles of Narnia, The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader, has just had its world premiere in London.
This was not the way it was supposed to end for England’s World Cup dreams. And fans gathered in London, even famous ones like Tottenham striker
US rapper Eminem leads the field in this year’s prestigious Grammy Awards with 10 nominations, including album, song and record of the year.
Shareholders of both British Airways and Spain’s Iberia have given their blessing for the two national carriers to merge.
The two brands will
Welsh sensation Duffy is back with with one of the most eagerly anticipated releases of the year.
“Endlessly”, her second album, is a collection
It features in perhaps James Bond’s most famous pose… now the pistol Sean Connery used in the publicity shot for the 1963 film “From Russia with
More than 30 people were arrested in London alone as protests against education cuts erupted across Britain.
An estimated 130,000 people
Students across the country have come together in London to protest against the government’s proposed hike in tuition fees.
They’ve been angered
Mixed economic news from the UK for the third quarter, which saw a jump in exports and GDP, but falls in growth in consumer, government and
Buckingham Palace has confirmed that Prince William will marry Kate Middleton on April 29th 2011. The ceremony will take place at Westminster Abbey
Some good news for Rolls Royce after a dreadful start to November, with a big order from China, the second this month, worth over 1.3 billion euros
The number of Britons claiming jobless benefit unexpectedly fell last month for the first time since July.
There were 3,700 fewer people registered
Kate Middleton and Britain’s Prince William have given their first interview after announcing they are to marry next year.
In a poignant
Britain’s Prince William is to marry his long-term girlfriend Kate Middleton next spring or summer.
The happy couple appeared before the cameras
The UK government has said its decision to settle out-of-court with a group of ex-Guantanamo detainees will save the British tax payer tens of
Despite US president Barack Obama promising to close Guantanamo within a year upon taking office, the facility in Cuba still remains open.
Coco Sumner – the daughter of Sting and Trudie Styler – was always going to have a lot to prove. She has just released her debut album, The Constant
The months of media speculation is over.
Buckingham Palace in Britain has announced that Prince William is to marry his long-term girlfriend Kate
The UK government is to pay out millions in compensation to a dozen or so men, including former Guantanamo Bay detainees.
Binyam Mohamed was one of
Queen Elizabeth II led the solemn annual ceremony to honour the country’s war dead in London on Sunday.
The Magna Carta, the world’s most “influential secular document” is closing in on it’s 800th anniversary.
Lord Tom McNally, Minister of State for
Interview with Marino Finozzi, Regional Councillor for Tourism, Veneto Region.
Every year Euronews heads to the World Travel Market in London, one of
The teenage stars of the latest Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1, worked the red carpet at the premiere this week. The
A new exhibition has opened at the Wellcome Collection in London. “High Society” looks at the history of recreational drug use.
The curator of the