First known Briton had dark skin and blue eyes, scientists find
"Cheddar Man", Britain's oldest nearly complete human skeleton, had dark skin, blue eyes and dark curly hair when he lived in what is now southwest England 10,000 years ago, scientists who read his DNA have discovered.
Britain marks a century of votes for women
A hundred years after Britain's suffragette movement won the decades-long battle to give women the right to vote, their legacy and determination continue to inspire generations. Lucy Fielder reports.
United States needs to pay attention to "treasured" relationship with Britain, Tillerson says
Rex Tillerson and UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson praise bilateral relations between Britain and the U.S.
Andy Murray arrives in Brisbane for Australian Open warm-up
Britain's Andy Murray lands in Australia ahead of the Brisbane International tournament.
"Living moment by moment", as Santa Barbara feels the heat
British lawmakers voice their concerns in parliament over the repeal of legislation binding Britain to the EU.
Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar says Brexit deal failed at last minute
Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has said Britain and the EU struck a deal on the Irish border. But the deal fell apart after Northern Irish Unionist politicians objected.
Britain "unconditionally committed" to EU's security, says PM May
Britain will remain "unconditionally committed" to protecting Europe after it has left the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Friday citing the need to come together in the face of threats from Russia.
"Further attack may be imminent": PM May
Britain raised its national security threat level to critical from severe on Friday, meaning an attack is expected, after a bomb on a London commuter train injured 29 people.