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  • Andy Coulson tells UK hacking trial Brooks fling was 'wrong'

    Andy Coulson tells UK hacking trial Brooks fling was 'wrong'

    Andy Coulson admitted his affair with fellow Murdoch newspaper editor Rebekah Brooks was wrong, as he gave evidence for the first time on Monday in Britain's long-running phone-hacking trial.

  • British Queen confers Knight Grand Cross on Ratan Tata

    British Queen confers Knight Grand Cross on Ratan Tata

    Ratan Tata, the former chairman of the Tata Group which is one of the largest employers in Britain, has been honored by Queen Elizabeth with a GBE (Knight Grand Cross), one of UK's highest civilian awards.

  • Ratan Tata conferred with top UK honour

    Ratan Tata conferred with top UK honour

    Mr Tata, 76, is the only Indian among five foreigners to be awarded as part of the 'Honorary British Awards to Foreign Nationals' for 2014, others including Japanese and Greek nationals for services to economic and cultural ties with the UK.

  • British culture minister resigns over money scandal

    British culture minister resigns over money scandal

    The British minister overseeing future regulation of the press, Maria Miller, has quit her cabinet post following a row over expenses, Downing Street announced on Wednesday.

  • Unable to cope with modern world of emails, TVs, computers, woman ends life

    Unable to cope with modern world of emails, TVs, computers, woman ends life

    An 89-year-old British woman has killed herself at an assisted suicide clinic in Switzerland, in part because she had become fed up with the modern world of emails, TVs, computers and supermarket ready meals, The Independent reported on Sunday.

  • Residents wheeze as England hit by second day of smog

    Residents wheeze as England hit by second day of smog

    As air pollution hit the top level of 10 in London and the southeast Thursday, Green Party European lawmaker Keith Taylor said Cameron's "flippant response to this invisible killer is utterly disgraceful."

  • Egypt police general killed in Cairo campus blasts

    Egypt police general killed in Cairo campus blasts

    Two bombs targeting security posts near Cairo University exploded in quick succession ,on Wednesday, killing a police general. It was followed by a third blast as police and journalists gathered at the scene.

  • UK couples say 'I do' as gay marriage becomes legal

    UK couples say 'I do' as gay marriage becomes legal

    Gay couples across England and Wales said "I do" on Friday night as a law legalising same-sex marriage came into effect at midnight, the final stage in a long fight for equality.

  • Couples ready to tie the knot in UK's first gay marriages

    Couples ready to tie the knot in UK's first gay marriages

    When the clock strikes midnight on Friday, gay and lesbian couples across England and Wales will begin exchanging vows as an historic law legalising same-sex marriage finally comes into force.

  • Britons rate Russia more positively than EU: poll

    Britons rate Russia more positively than EU: poll

    Britons see Russia in a more positive light than the European Union, despite recent tensions with Moscow over Ukraine, according to a poll published on Saturday.

  • Russia's expulsion from G8 must be discussed: David Cameron

    Russia's expulsion from G8 must be discussed: David Cameron

    British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday that G7 nations meeting next week must discuss the permanent expulsion of Russia from the wider G8 if it takes further action to destabilise Ukraine.

  • Tabloid hacked Prince Harry homework message

    Tabloid hacked Prince Harry homework message

    Former News of the World editor Andy Coulson paid a private investigator to monitor royal phone calls, including one in which Prince Harry asked for help with his homework, Britain's phone-hacking trial heard on Tuesday.

  • British PM David Cameron in Israel to talk peace, Iran

    British PM David Cameron in Israel to talk peace, Iran

    British Prime Minister David Cameron arrived in Israel on Wednesday for a two-day visit during which he will meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders to discuss the peace talks and Iran.

  • Vladimir Putin defends Crimea's decision to hold referendum

    Vladimir Putin defends Crimea's decision to hold referendum

    Russian President Vladimir Putin defended breakaway moves by the pro-Russian leaders of Crimea on Sunday in a phone call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron.

  • David Cameron laughs off Twitter parodies of Obama call

    David Cameron laughs off Twitter parodies of Obama call

    Cameron had posted a photograph of himself discussing the situation in Ukraine in a telephone call with Obama.

  • British PM David Cameron laughs off Twitter parodies of Barack Obama call

    British PM David Cameron laughs off Twitter parodies of Barack Obama call

    British Prime Minister David Cameron on Friday laughed off the widespread mockery of a photo he posted on Twitter of him looking serious while on the phone to US President Barack Obama.

  • David Cameron's advisor quits after being arrested on suspicion of child porn offences

    David Cameron's advisor quits after being arrested on suspicion of child porn offences

    A senior aide to British Prime Minister David Cameron has resigned after being arrested on suspicion of child pornography offences, Downing Street officials confirmed on Monday.

  • Ukraine mobilises after Putin's 'declaration of war'

    Ukraine mobilises after Putin's 'declaration of war'

    Ukraine mobilised for war on Sunday and Washington threatened to isolate Russia economically after President Vladimir Putin declared he had the right to invade his neighbour in Moscow's biggest confrontation with the West since the Cold War.

  • Britain considers dramatic visa fee hike

    Britain considers dramatic visa fee hike

    The UK plans to significantly increase visa fees to plug a 50 million pound gap in its budget, a move that can hit Prime Minister David Cameron's efforts to boost student and business visits from countries like India.

  • Rebekah Brooks prepares to testify in UK hacking trial

    Rebekah Brooks prepares to testify in UK hacking trial

    Rebekah Brooks, the former head of Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper unit, arrived in court on Wednesday as she prepared to take the stand in the phone-hacking trial.

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