Huawei gets 5G go-ahead in UK
Huawei has finally gotten the go-ahead to build noncore parts of the UK's 5G network. The news is not likely going to be well received by the Donald Trump administration.
Brits comment on the royal family crisis
From London to Windsor, British people are divided over what the best outcome would be of the Royal family talks to negotiate Prince Harry and Meghan’s step down from ‘senior royal’ duties.
Hugh Grant's political charm offensive
The NATO summit in London means a diplomatic high wire act for the British prime minister. Boris Johnson is said to be dodging Donald Trump, for fear his endorsement wouldn't go down well with voters ahead of next week's election. Plus, Hugh Grant is knocking on doors and joining the political campaign to stop Brexit.
London Bridge attack: Suspect had prior terror conviction
The 28-year-old suspect had already been convicted of terror-related crimes and was released from prison last year. The deadly knife attack raises difficult questions for the British government and security services.
Grenfell Tower report criticizes London fire brigade response
A leaked report found that the fire department's preparation was "gravely inadequate" and that lives could have been saved. The London fire brigade defended its actions, saying there was no "safe alternative strategy."
Travelers await Thomas Cook rescue talks
Thomas Cook, Europe's London-based travel concern, hung by a thread Sunday as it sought further investment funds while 600,000 holidaymakers worried. If stranded, the British government says it has plans "in place."
Aerial views of industrial park where British police found 39 bodies
British police found the bodies of 39 people inside a truck container believed to have come from Bulgaria at an industrial estate to the east of London on Wednesday British police found the bodies of 39 people inside a truck container believed to have come from Bulgaria at an industrial estate to the east of London on Wednesday.
UK: Boris Johnson referred to police watchdog over possible corruption
Johnson has been referred to a police watchdog over allegations of corruption during his time as London mayor. Meanwhile, he is facing a possible no confidence vote next week.
Queen Elizabeth II sets out U.K. legislative agenda
Queen Elizabeth II sets out the U.K. government's agenda during the State Opening of Parliament in Westminster, London. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's domestic policies focus on passing Brexit, healthcare investment, tackling violent crime and increasing wages for the lowest paid.