Gordon Brown, once ranked Britain's most unpopular prime minister in half a century, may yet emerge as the man who convinces Scots to reject independence.
Former UK prime minister Gordon Brown has lambasted Rupert Murdoch before Britain's media ethics inquiry, claiming the media mogul lied under oath to the inquiry and saying a Murdoch tabloid had...
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has promised British troops 200 new patrol vehicles during an unannounced visit to southern Afghanistan.
UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown apologises after a microphone catches him attacking a pensioner he had just met on the campaign trail.
Gordon Brown announces his intention to resign in a bid to keep the Labour Party in power.
The stalwart of the British left is remembered for renouncing his aristocratic title and winning respect across the political spectrum.
World leaders, family, friends and thousands of mourners who queued for hours to secure a seat in Johannesburg's FNB stadium paid tribute to South Africa's anti-apartheid icon Nelson Mandela.
Alan Turing, who broke Enigma code in World War II, pardoned by Queen over conviction for homosexuality
Britain has granted a posthumous pardon to Alan Turing, the World War II code-breaking hero who killed himself after he was convicted of the then crime of homosexuality.
Aislinn Laing NELSON MANDELA'S family spoke for the first time yesterday of their "grave sadness" at his death, saying they and the world had "lost a great man" who acted as a moral guide and an inspiration to...
Rene Vollgraaff, Janice Kew, Robert Brand South Africa will expand Nelson Mandela's memorial service to cater for at least 200,000 people as ordinary citizens to heads of state clamor to pay tribute to the former president.
Charlotte Higgins, London Former British prime minister Gordon Brown has invoked the country's Olympic medal success - based, he said, on 'pooling and sharing' of national resources and expertise - as an argument against...
Nick Collins Alan Turing, the Enigma code-breaker, should be posthumously pardoned for his historic conviction for homosexuality, Stephen Hawking and other leading scientists are urging.
Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai has returned to school for the first time since she was shot in the head by the Taliban in October for campaigning for girls' education.
Anthony Faiola For the United Kingdom Independence Party, defeat has never looked this much like victory.
Nick Miller Britain has said farewell to Margaret Thatcher in a ceremony doused in tradition and bookmarked by the hymns and poems of the patriots.
Nick Miller Britain has said farewell to Margaret Thatcher on a grey London day in a £10 million ceremony drenched in tradition and bookmarked by the hymns and poems of the patriots.
LONDON: Malala Yousafzai, the teenage girl shot by the Taliban for promoting girls' education, will make her first public speech on her 16th birthday in New York, the office of Britain's former prime...
Nick O'Malley As far as denials of burning hot stories go, the first one to come out of Tony Blair's office was not that prudent.
Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani schoolgirl shot by the Taliban for promoting girls' education, has denounced an attack on a bus carrying female students in Quetta as "cowardly".
Michael Shmith Alastair Campbell, the man who helped Tony Blair win three elections, left Downing Street a decade ago. But the master of spin is as busy as ever and never short of an opinion.