In his first major foreign policy speech, British PM Rishi Sunak said on Monday that the so-called "golden era" of UK-China relations is over, and called the idea that trade would lead to social and political reform in China "naive."
Twelve years on from publishing the “Cablegate” disclosures alongside WikiLeaks, The New York Times, the Guardian, Le Monde, Der Spiegel, and El País on Monday issued a joint letter urging the US government to drop its prosecution of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS), net migration to the UK reached 504K in the year to June 2022 — a vast increase from 173K the same time the year prior.
On Wednesday, the UK Supreme Court unanimously ruled that Scotland cannot hold a second independence referendum next year, known as Indyref2, without the UK government's consent.
Soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is leaving Manchester United "by mutual agreement, with immediate effect," the British Premier League club said Tuesday.
Speaking at the Confederation of British Industry (CBI) conference in Birmingham, England on Monday, UK PM Rishi Sunak denied reports that his government was pursuing a Swiss-style post-Brexit agreement with the EU.
Seven European soccer associations have pulled out from plans to wear LGBTQ-supporting "OneLove" armbands at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar due to the threat of players receiving yellow cards.