Space: The UK aims for the stars Express
After being frozen out of the EU's Galileo satellite programme, experts are calling for UK's own space system to be far more ambitious, reports MARCO ...
British Tabloids Cry 'War On Motorists' As U.K. Councils Plan £1,000-a-year Workplace Parking Levies Forbes
Motorists who park their cars at work could be charged up to £1000 a year, according to plans for workplace parking levies drawn up by some U.K. councils.
Dark, subterranean and secret: 10 UK tunnels you must explore The Telegraph
Why are tunnels so much more exciting than corridors? They fulfil similar functions, moving people from one place to another. But while a corridor belongs to the ...
UK police speak to Prince Philip about not wearing seatbelt Washington Post
Norfolk Police have spoken with Prince Philip after the husband of Queen Elizabeth II was photographed driving without wearing a seatbelt.
UK weather: Forecasters warn up to 6 inches of snow to cover Britain as temperatures plunge as low as -10C The Independent
Snow could cover large swathes of the country this week as temperatures plunge, forecasters say. Up to 6 inches of snow may fall in some areas, with warnings ...
Brexit Anarchy In The U.K. Could Bring U.S. Financial Workers Home NPR
NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Peter Spiegel of the Financial Times about how Great Britain leaving the European Union may affect the U.S. economy and ...
China's slowdown and what it means for the UK BBC News
Monday sees the release of China's GDP figures, and they'll be even more closely watched than usual. Apple's CEO, Tim Cook, blamed cautious Chinese ...
Bart De Strooper: ‘Bright young scientists won’t come to join us in UK’ The Guardian
The Belgian biologist fears for the future of the pioneering UK Dementia Research Institute after Brexit.
Beyond the scotch bonnet: the rise of Caribbean food in the UK The Guardian
A young generation of British-Caribbean chefs are reclaiming their culinary heritage and bringing it to a new audience.
11 etiquette rules you need to know before visiting the UK INSIDER
Thinking of visiting the UK any time soon? If you are, there are some things you ought to know — just like anywhere else in the world you might be travelling to.
How do you transport a rhino from Germany to the UK? BBC News
Follow Najuma the black rhino as she is transported from Germany to a new home in Yorkshire.
UK and Australia agree continuity of Mutual Recognition Agreement GOV.UK
The International Trade Secretary has today signed an arrangement which will help boost British trade with Australia.
Britain's richest man: Tax crackdown in UK is driving billionaire exodus Telegraph.co.uk
Britain's wealthiest business people are fleeing abroad amid mounting complications over tax, the country's richest man has warned.
One injured after shooting at Norway venue where UK rapper was performing Independent.ie
British rapper Geko has said he hopes his fans are safe after police responded to reports of a shooting at a concert venue in Oslo.
Brexit SHOCK: Jeremy Corbyn to FORCE Theresa May to extend UK’s membership in EU Express
JEREMY Corbyn could try to force Theresa May to delay the UK's departure from the European Union, as he caves into pressure from his party and trade unions.
Pigeon disease 'very unusual' in the UK BBC News
A "very unusual" fungal infection caused by pigeon droppings has been detected in two patients.
Wake up early to see the super wolf blood moon tomorrow morning Sky News
Britons will need to rise early on Monday morning if they want to see one of the most spectacular astronomical events of the year - a super wolf blood moon.
Brexit: High-profile Germans plead with UK to stay in EU BBC News
Leading German figures have written to the UK asking it to stay in the EU. The letter, published in the Times, is signed by 31 people, including the leader of the ...
Home Office refuses to let great-grandparents remain in UK The Guardian
The Home Office is trying to separate a couple from their four British children, 11 grandchildren and a great-grandchild by forcing them to return to Iran.
It's Inevitable That Article 50 Will Be Extended - UK Brexit Spokesman Starmer Sputnik International
Earlier this week, Chancellor Hammond said during a meeting with business leaders that the government could extend Article 50 following cross-party talks on ...