When London's Victoria and Albert Museum put out an appeal for surviving Mary Quant clothing ahead of a major exhibition dedicated to the designer they were

A heroic campaigner for openness, or an enemy of the US state trying to avoid justice: after a decade in the limelight, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange remains an

With the UK parliament rejecting Britain's EU divorce deal for a third time Friday, the country is faced with the prospect of breaking ties with its closest trading partner without a deal on

The pound dropped on Thursday, weighed down by ongoing chaos in Brexit proceedings, dealers said.

Lloyd's of London has promised strong action over sexual harassment after the centuries-old insurance market faced damaging allegations from female staff.

Britain faces a "national emergency" as the risk of a no-deal Brexit rises, business and union leaders warned Thursday in an open letter to embattled Prime Minister

Prominent pro-European politician Anna Soubry has revealed the extent of threatening abuse she and family members -- including her elderly mother -- have received

Britain's historic National Portrait Gallery has cancelled a £1 million ($1.3 million, 1.1 million euros) donation from the Sackler family, which is accused of contributing to

As the Brexit saga reaches a crescendo, classical musicians based in Britain fear that a disorderly divorce could threaten their European livelihood and stunt the

Britain will write to the EU on Wednesday to seek a short delay to Brexit, but Brussels has warned any decision may only come next week -- just before the scheduled