LONDON - Royal Bank of Scotland sought to shake off its reputation as Britain's pariah bank on Thursday with plans to cut more costs and reposition itself as a UK-focused retail and commercial lender. | Video
LONDON - Prime Minister David Cameron is preparing to rule out forming a second successive coalition government if his party fails to win a clear majority at an election in 2015, The Daily Telegraph newspaper reported on Tuesday.
LONDON - The leader of the Britain's Liberal Democrats, the junior partner in Prime Minister David Cameron's coalition government, has hinted at forming a future coalition government with the Labour party after the 2015 election.
LONDON - One man was killed and thousands left without power as storms and high winds battered Britain, bringing more misery to already flooded areas and causing widespread travel chaos on Thursday.
LONDON - Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said on Monday he would raise public spending in line with economic growth as soon as Britain's public finances are back under control, as he set out his party's policies before a 2015 election.
BURROWBRIDGE, England - Britain's top political leaders headed to flood-hit areas of south-west England on Monday as they looked to limit the growing fallout from the government's handling of the crisis.
LONDON - Britain will take in hundreds of the most vulnerable Syrian refugees, including rape and torture victims, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said on Tuesday, announcing a softening of the government's stance.
LONDON - A sexual harassment scandal has opened a rift in the Liberal Democrat party, the junior partner in Britain's two-party coalition government, weakening it ahead of European elections in May and a national election next year.
LONDON - A British judge hailed as a role model appeared in court on Wednesday as the defendant, accused of lying to police about her role in a revenge plot that landed a cabinet minister in jail.
BRUSSELS - The European Commission accused countries that want to limit the free movement of people in the European Union of indulging in chauvinism and stereotypes, an apparent reference to Britain's increasingly staunch views on migration.