New lockdowns were announced for England and Scotland.
German airline Lufthansa flies 80 tonnes of fruits and vegetables to Britain.
Britain signs a free-trade deal with Singapore, giving it a key foothold in Asia as it seeks to forge its own path.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II to get a vaccine within weeks, say reports.
EU and UK’s chief Brexit negotiators were a last-ditch bid to break months of deadlock.
Britain becomes the first Western country to approve a C-19 vaccine for general use.
Increased patrols and technology will be deployed along France’s beaches under a new agreement between Paris and London aimed at stopping illegal migration across the Channel.
Britain’s unemployment rate jumps to 4.8 percent.
Four people including two children died on Tuesday in the Channel between France and Britain after their small boat sank, making it the most deadly day for migrants trying to cross the narrow waterway.
The post-Brexit bilateral free trade agreement (FTA) between Japan and Britain, formally signed in Tokyo last Friday, is the first major trade deal since Britain left the European Union.
Beijing lashed out yesterday at Britain’s decision to ban Huawei equipment, saying London had become “America’s dupe” and vowing to take measures to protect the interests of Chinese companies.
British sprinter Bianca Williams said on Monday she was considering legal action against the police after accusing officers of racially profiling her and her partner in a stop-and-search operation in London.
Britain said Friday it will lift its two-week coronavirus quarantine rule for visitors arriving from some “low risk” countries, after pressure from airlines and the tourism sector.
Britain’s economy shrank in the first quarter at the fastest pace since the 2008 crisis.
Britain’s death toll from the coronavirus has topped 32,000, according to an updated official count released Tuesday, pushing the country past Italy to become the second-most impacted after the United States.
Britain’s prime minister is battling the coronavirus in intensive care.
Britain is under lockdown, joining around 1.7 billion people ordered to stay indoors.
Sporting events in Britain will go ahead as planned despite drastic measures being taken elsewhere in the world to stop the spread of the coronavirus, according to ministers.
And so it’s official. The UK can have its cake crumbs and eat them. The divorce proceedings with the EU have been tortuous, but they’re likely to pale in comparison with what lies ahead for the UK.
Britain finally departs the European Union on Friday.
Britain calls time on almost half a century of European Union membership this week.
Scottish First Minister hits back at Johnson after he rejected a new independence ref.
Britain’s economy has stalled as Brexit contributed to slashing manufacturing output.
UK could lose its open access to the EU market if refused to extend post-Brexit talks.
There has been longstanding concern in Britain about wage discrepancies.
Britain urges Iran to “do the right thing” by de-escalating tensions with the US.
Britain’s manufacturing activity slumped in December for the eighth month in a row, hit by Brexit jitters and global trade tensions, data showed yesterday.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II used her Christmas Day message Wednesday to pay tribute to young environmental campaigners who were inspired to global action by Swedish teen Greta Thunberg.
Britain’s new parliament gives its initial approval to a revised EU divorce deal.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson got down to work Monday following his sweeping election victory, appointing ministers and announcing plans to publish legislation this week to get Britain out of the European Union.