News and analysis about the United Kingdom
John Anthony Downey, 61, of County Donegal, Ireland has been charged with the murder of four soldiers in the 1982 bombing in Hyde Park according to the Crown Prosecution Service
An investigation into the UK’s housing crisis has revealed that the taxpayer has spent almost £2bn housing vulnerable homeless families in short-term temporary accommodation in the past four years.
The UK has spent almost £2bn housing vulnerable homeless families in short-term temporary accommodation, demonstrating the dramatic scale of Britain’s housing crisis.
The National Audit Office’s latest report tallies the cost of indecision underpinning the procurement of two aircraft carriers.
The Home Secretary has stripped at least two additional individuals of their British citizenship in recent months.
Creating a common currency area means replacing indifference by cooperation and conflict. In this sense the Eurozone crisis might not be a deadly challenge to the whole European construct, but rather become a further step towards a European society.
Oil giants BP and Shell are being investigated by the European Commission over allegations of price-fixing, with MPs pushing for an investigation within the UK
The number of measles cases in the ongoing Swansea epidemic has risen by 20 in the last week, raising the total number to 1,094, with Public Health Wales (PHW) warning that the outbreak may spread further.
Sir Alex Ferguson, the celebrated manager of Manchester United, has announced his retirement after being at the helm for nearly three decades.
Alarming numbers of parents are being separated from their children indefinitely in the UK for the purposes of immigration control. It is difficult to imagine any other situation where children could have such scant attention paid to their welfare.