'It is now clear to me that it is in the best interests of the country for a new prime minister to lead' the United Kingdom out of the EU, May says
The 20-foot blimp will fly during Trump's state visit if a crowdfunding campaign can raise $38,000 for social issues such as climate chance and women's rights
Earlier this year, May promised to step down if Conservative lawmakers voted for her deal
Heightened rhetoric follows last week's attacks on Saudi oil assets and Sunday's attack on Baghdad's 'Green Zone'
Life-saving handbook was compiled at the request of Syrian doctors struggling to treat children in a country where health services have been decimated by eight years of war
Labour head Jeremy Corbyn offered his support to the demonstrators in a statement: 'We cannot stand by or stay silent at the continuing denial of rights and justice to the Palestinian people'
U.K. 'should not be rolling out the red carpet for a state visit to honor a president who rips up vital international treaties, backs climate change denial and uses racist and misogynist rhetoric,' opposition leader says
The father of individualism, a representative of capitalism or proof of the advantages of returning to nature? You make the call
'My error demonstrates the dangers of fake news,' Grahame Morris tweets after footage he shared turned out to be from Guatemala
Activists disrupted travel through London for six straight days and are calling on the British government to reduce net greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2025
Of 863 complaints overall made by March 8, 2019, 454 are unresolved, including 249 where the party has not yet opened an investigation, as well as 176 ongoing investigations
Corbyn, a veteran socialist, has often been critical of British military campaigns overseas
Ken Livingstone, who was suspended from the U.K. Labour party in 2016 and quit last year over comments about Hitler and Zionism, was responding to claims that the Labour party was anti-Semitic
Sunday Times says at least six senior ministers will resign if PM opts for no-deal departure, while other ministers threaten to quit if she decides to stay close to the EU
The Guardian reported on Thursday that each individual has been released 'pending further inquiries'
British premier makes last-ditch effort to convince fellow party members to back her
Jeremey Hunt says council's a discriminatory focus on Israel strengthens the 'hard and trampled road of self-righteousness'
Britain's parliament will hold an emergency debate on Wednesday on May's decision to request a three-month delay to Brexit, the speaker John Bercow said
Mike Amesbury shared in 2013 a caricature of a hook-nosed Santa, with the words: 'Support the banks and corporations in their continued efforts to enslave mankind'
Radio 4's Justin Webb called out on Twitter after he asked American pollster on how the public would react if told 'anti-white racism is more important than anti-Semitism'
The Tories have come a long way since Enoch Powell’s nativist 'rivers of blood' speech, detoxifying some of its prejudices. But a hard-right membership influx means, for British Muslims, it’s now going backwards
Fresh findings shed light on who came to Stonehenge and why, but archaeologists are now baffled by a new mystery: How visitors from as far away as Scotland transported notoriously slow animals across hundreds of kilometers
British lawmakers now face a stark choice between leaving the EU without an agreement to smooth the way, or delaying the country’s withdrawal past the scheduled March 29 departure date
This is Shamima Begum's, 19, third child to die. She joined ISIS at 15 and sought to return to Europe, but was stripped of her British citizenship
Nine lawmakers from the party quit last month citing Jeremy Corbyn's handling of anti-Semitism within the party
HMS Defender was called upon to sail over the weekend and keep watch on the frigate Admiral Gorshkov and three auxiliary ships as they neared U.K. territorial waters off Scotland
Shamima Begum, a British teenager, joined ISIS; now, she wants to come home. Can she, and other extremists, really be deradicalized? Why do so many U.K. Muslims still respond to the threat of toxic homegrown Islamists with appeasement or denial?
Tehran says move ignores both the will of a large portion of the Lebanese people and the group's role in fighting ISIS
Iran-backed group says Britain classifying it as terror organization is an 'insult to the feelings' of the Lebanese people
Lawmaker Chris Williamson suspended after telling group of Corbyn supporters 'We have backed off too much, we have given too much ground' ■ Four Labour lawmakers condemn his statements