London British Prime Minister David Cameron has agreed to demands from Ed Miliband, leader of the opposition Labour Party, for an inquiry into the riots that erupted in England last week, according to two...
David Barrett A plot to assassinate a Russian politician in London has been uncovered by MI5.
LONDON: Taimur Abdulwahab al-Abdaly was a British university graduate and was living in Luton, north of London, until two weeks ago.
Nick O'Malley The AP phone records story came at the worst possible time for President Barack Obama.
Steven Swinford, Tom Parfitt and Melanie Hall The widow of a Russian dissident who was poisoned in London has said she does not believe that the oligarch Boris Berezovsky killed himself.
Tom Whitehead Britain's intelligence agencies are offering apprenticeships to school-leavers in a calculated attempt to attract the Xbox generation.
Peter Walker London Braodcaster apologises to the Queen after its security correspondent recounted a private conversation in which the monarch told him she had lobbied a home secretary to secure the arrest of Abu Hamza...
Tom Whitehead, London The last 18 months of upheavals in the Arab world have spawned a new generation of British-born terrorists after al-Qaeda moved into unstable countries and began training potential bombers, Britain's...
Alan Travis, London Britain's Home Office has clashed with judges after a court decision to free radical Islamist.
Karen Kissane For anyone who watched the phone-hacking scandal and wondered, ''What were those journalists thinking?'', answers have come from a former reporter at the News of the World, who says editors including...
Karen Kissane Europe Correspondent London Editors encouraged the 'perfectly acceptable' practice of phone hacking, says journalist.
LONDON: A security tribunal has decided a former parliamentary aide accused of being a Russian spy can stay in Britain.
Karen Kissane Books need to be beautiful, says the latest winner of the Man Booker Prize, Julian Barnes, if they are to withstand the onslaught of the e-book.
Gordon Rayner, Duncan Gardham LONDON: A Russian woman accused of being a spy has admitted having a four-year affair with the Liberal Democrat MP Mike Hancock while she worked as his parliamentary researcher.
Gordon Rayner and Duncan Gardham in London Researcher is a femme fatale with a talent for seducing men in powerful positions, tribunal is told.
Karen Kissane, London Dutch academic and author Paul Scheffer visited a school in the Belgian city of Antwerp, where 70 per cent of the students were Muslim. The teachers called him aside to ask his advice about a problem.
Martin Chulov TRIPOLI: One of Libya's senior rebel commanders has demanded an apology from the British and US governments following the discovery of secret documents that show MI6 and the CIA were involved in a...
LONDON: The Gaddafi regime warned British officials that there would be ''dire consequences'' for relations between Britain and Libya if the Lockerbie bomber Abdelbaset al-Megrahi died in his...
Christopher Hope, London LONDON: The secret service agencies, MI5 and MI6, agreed to pay about £12 million ($18.4 million) from their own budgets to former British detainees in Guantanamo Bay.
Alex Mitchell Did the News of the World scandal have its unsavoury beginnings in Camillagate, the phone-tapping ''scoop'' that scandalised the royal family 18 years ago?