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Britain doesn’t have poison ivy, yet another weird factoid about the place.
French interior ministry report calls for UK and France to pool resources to deal with asylum applications, and suggests [..]
Britain's Andy Murray reaches the third round at Wimbledon with a one-sided win over Dutchman Robin Haase on court one.
The PM, badly burned by the previous parliamentary veto, will need to know he has bankable support for further action [..]
Rolling coverage of all the day’s political developments as they happen, including reaction to Michael Fallon’s suggestion [..]
George Osborne’s ‘march of the makers’ has slowed to a crawl as a two-speed recovery takes hold in Britain, experts said [..]
Analysis is contained in Defra report that has been published in full for the first time after freedom of information [..]
Michael Fallon’s comments move Britain a step closer to widening its aerial campaign against Islamic StateBritain has taken [..]
Fans queue for shade and water, while St John’s Ambulance volunteers ‘absolutely manic’ tending to spectators overcome by [..]
Britain's Andy Murray begins his Wimbledon campaign with a straight-set win over Mikhail Kukushkin of Kazakhstan.
Downing Street says four severely injured holidaymakers are back home, while expressing frustration at ID process that is [..]
Prime minister pledges that Britain will not cower in the face of terrorism as he announces minute’s silence for victims of [..]
Former Wimbledon champion Maria Sharapova knocked out Great Britain's Johanna Konta in straight sets on day one.
Britain's Liam Broady fights back from two sets down to beat Australian Marinko Matosevic 5-7 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-3.
• Kelly Simmons: It’s a real shame for women’s football• Scottish FA chief executive defends opposition to Great Britain [..]
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Amanda Holden took flight after a man dressed as a six-foot pigeon tried to pounce on her as he auditioned for Britain's Got [..]
Tuesday A windy day to come and colder today with gales in the north and west. These become severe across the north from [..]
Prime Minister David Cameron says Britain will remain a full member of the European Union despite opting out of an economic [..]
Amanda Holden's heart may be aching, but her funny bone is clearly still in good shape. The actress and Britain's Got Talent [..]
How did Britain's top TV scientist go from touring alongside Take That to working on the Large Hadron Collider?
It's MTV's most watched show ever, with eight million viewers watching the antics of a group of young Italian Americans [..]
Britain's top make-up team create celeb looks for you..
Shifting manufacturing jobs overseas has been 'good business', says TV presenter Evan Davis. Tell that to the northMade in [..]
European commission president José Manuel Barroso said that talks dragged on into the early hours because Britain would not [..]
After the battle for Port Brega, rebels bury more fighters, including a man who had returned from Britain to check on family [..]
A world-famous soccer player's attempt to cover up an extramarital affair through legal maneuvering has blown up in his face [..]
Simon Cowell made his eagerly-anticipated return to Britain's Got Talent for the first live semi-final - and instantly got [..]
People across Britain are getting ready for the royal wedding tomorrow, but what does it mean to children?
From the early days as a member of one of Britain's most successful girlbands Victoria Beckham, the former Spice Girl, [..]
Unite is calling on the new boss of Lloyds Banking Group, António Horta-Osório, to step in and halt cutsThe job toll at [..]
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He introduced America to 'Masterpiece Theatre' and Britain to America with his 'Letter From America' series for more than 50 [..]
Britain's 2.5 million leasehold homeowners should be given new safeguards by the Government
Infrastructure projects should be fast-tracked to speed growth, says CridlandThe head of Britain's leading employers' [..]
Custom magazine publisher, Cedar, is claiming that Tesco magazine is now Britain's most-read publication, pushing The Sun [..]
Herman Van Rompuy postpones negotiations after member states fail to resolve differencesThe European summit has broken up [..]
ONS figures show net migration fell from 242,000 to 183,000 in past year, driven in part by fewer overseas studentsNet [..]
Johnson proposes 'minimalist strategy' with EU that should be put to British people in a referendumBoris Johnson has called [..]
Britain's music industry body is preparing to take the Pirate Party UK to court for offering access to The Pirate Bay, which [..]
With exploratory drilling about to restart, clear differences are apparent between the Tory chancellor and the Lib Dem [..]
Ferrari say they would choose Sebastian Vettel over Britain's Lewis Hamilton as their next lead driver.
Few firework displays could hold a candle to the flaming torches and sake-fuelled mobs of a real Japanese fire festival See [..]
The number of property millionaires in Britain has increased by 47,024 to 300,142 over the last year, according to property [..]
UK government and World Bank among investors accused of benefiting disproportionately from lucrative Mozal smelterTax [..]
Spectre of Thatcher shows challenge facing PM as he seeks to renegotiate Britain's EU membership termsOver the Christmas [..]
Just like Lance Armstrong, Mandelson and Clarke should apologise for past errors if they want traction with the public in [..]