In 2017, the British billionaire Richard Branson agreed to cut his stake in Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd. to just 20% by selling one-third of the airline to Air France-KLM.
Neath and Port Talbot Council shared a video of its drone being tested showing how it will bark orders at people who ignore orders to stay inside during the coronavirus crisis
Gordon Brown, left-wing former Prime Minister and Labour leader, called for a one-world government to tackle the problems of coronavirus and economic crisis. He said there is a need for a task force of world leaders, health experts, and heads of inte
A police force in the UK has created a tool that allows people to snitch on others for not engaging in proper "social distancing."
OOPS – Imperial College Scientist Who Predicted 500,000 Coronavirus Deaths in UK Adjusts His Estimate to 20,000 or Fewer
New 15-minute home coronavirus tests will soon be available over the counter or via home delivery within days in the U.K., according to public health authorities, in a move that could see the country make vast strides toward tampering down fears and
Now is the time for global leaders to create one world government to tackle the twin medical and economic crises caused by the Chinese coronavirus pandemic, former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown urged on Thursday.
Scientists in Iceland claim they have found FORTY mutations of the coronavirus – and admit seven cases can be traced back to 'a football match in England'
Its been quite a day for the citizens of the United Kingdom, though not unexpected.
A street in the City of Westminster in London has been dubbed Electric Avenue, W9 after Siemens and Ubitricity installed EV charging points in streetlamps, making it the first in the UK where all of its streetlamps have been given double duty.
SAFETY NET UK internet capacity could be RATIONED to prioritise 'critical' apps and websites, experts reveal
The bucks don't stop anywhere
BoE governor Andrew Bailey said on Wednesday that the central bank stands ready to pump unlimited amounts of money into the economy.
If traders are looking for central bankers to calm nerves they will have to wait, because in the past two days not an hour seems to pass without some central bank freaking out and announcing an emergency easing measure, many of which pulled right out
Boris Johnson will try and push through the emergency legislation in the next few days to give him the powers to do whatever it takes to tackle the spread of the deadly bug.
...by the situation in this country' over coronavirus response
The British government's strategy to deal with the coronavirus outbreak is for 60% of the UK to become infected in order to develop "herd immunity" against the disease, according to The Independent.
I often ask myself how did Boris Johnson become PM of Britain, as I for one, don't believe it's entirely to do with Brexit, but more to do with a broader protest vote from a big part of the UK population who voted him in to redress the balance of
Speaking to the crowds, Farage compared Brexit to America breaking free in 1776.
Google is planning to move its British users' accounts out of the control of European Union privacy regulators, placing them under US jurisdiction instead, the company confirmed on 19 February.
With the coronavirus sweeping across Europe and the US preoccupied with the Democratic Primary and all of its attendant drama, we haven't heard much from the UK and it's ongoing struggle to forge an equitable post-Brexit relationship with the EU.
A British judge on Thursday paused Julian Assange's extradition hearing following four days of intense legal wrangling over Washington's request for the WikiLeaks founder to stand trial there on espionage charges.
British ex-spy Christopher Steele defended his dossier, though a Justice Department watchdog group found flaws in the research and in how the DOJ and the FBI used it.
This afternoon Julian's Spanish lawyer, Baltasar Garzon, left court to return to Madrid.
"This is an obscenity in a country that pretends to believe in the rule of law and justice, who cannot tremble with indignation when we learn!
Britain is currently holding an obscene show trial against Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.
We are about to see how malleable the British Court system is to diktat from Washington. Will the British embrace the flimsiest of circumstantial "evidence" from U.S. security services that have axes to grind?
According to Sajid Javid's Home Office, research and findings on the characteristics of grooming gangs across the United Kingdom is not in "public interest".
Nigel Farage said that he fears post-Brexit Britain has swapped one master for another, now being bound by bureaucrats in Beijing instead of Brussels.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's US extradition hearing opens Monday.